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10x Why Tanzania on your bucket list

10x Why Tanzania

Feeling sad that the winter has set in? That the days are short and filled with work or school? No need! Because it is a perfect excuse to start thinking about your next holiday destination! In this article we will give you 10 reasons why Tanzania is one of the Top Safari Destinations in Africa. And why it should be on your bucket list for 2023! 1. Mount Kilimanjaro Let’s start with the Roof of Africa. Mount Kilimanjaro is Tanzania’s icon and for many climbers the “Everest of Africa”. If you arrive by plane during the day, you may witness the snow-capped peak emerging from the clouds. It is the highest free standing mountain the world at 5,895 meters and one of world’s most accessible high summits. You do not have to be super fit or experienced to plan an expedition to the Kilimanjaro top. And if you can’t climb it, then drink it. 😉   2. Garden of Eden Tanzania boasts some of the largest national parks and game reserves in Africa. With Selous the size of the country De
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Sunset over the plains in Tanzania

Safari and Corona – book and travel with confidence

In these insecure times, it is more important than ever that you can enjoy a safe and carefree stay in Tanzania. Therefore it is our pleasure to keep you updated about the situation in Tanzania and which preventive measures apply. So you know exactly what you can expect before traveling to Tanzania, during your safari and when returning home. And of course you can take advantage of our extra flexible booking conditions. So together we can plan your private safari with confidence and peace of mind.   Current situation in Tanzania Despite all the developments regarding new variants, Tanzania has remained calm and stable. Life continues as usual and is taking place mostly outdoors thanks to the favorable climate. Preventive measures are taken throughout the country and at all public areas you will find hand washing stations. Apart from that, there is little to notice. Even though still little numbers of infections have been released lately, based on what we hear and see the situation
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Last minute safari in Tanzania for 2022

Last Minute Safari Tanzania for November & December 2022

Looking for an excuse to escape the dark, rainy days that are ahead? An effective way to bring down the electricity bills but without getting cold? And save on fuel and shopping costs at the same time? Then book this Last Minute private safari to Tanzania. Because staying at home is (almost) more expensive! We are delighted to offer an amazing Last Minute Safari Special to Tanzania at only US $2950 per person. Sharply priced – but imagine how much more you may save on gas, electricity, petrol and groceries while being on holiday. With this 11-days private safari you visit the highlights of northern Tanzania, where you will be pampered at comfortable safari lodges. Experience again how simple life can be. Take in the views, the sounds and smells of the African wilderness. And enjoy the quiet, precious moments with each other. After the safari adventure, you will spend three full days at the island paradise of Zanzibar. Feel the sun on your skin and completely unwind at the white s
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Spotting elephant from your private safari vehicle in Tarangire National Parkpark

A typical day on safari in Tanzania

In our itineraries we talk about game drives, sundowners and bush TV’s. But what do we actually mean with these safari terms? And what can you expect of a day on safari in Tanzania? Let’s start by saying that every safari is unique and no day is the same. The anticipation, not knowing which animals you may find today, is an essential part of the adventure. In general, however, this what a typical day on a Tanzania safari may look like.  Early start of your safari day Even if you are not a morning person, we can assure you: waking up early has never been so easy! You will rise with the sun around 6.00 am. Most lodges offer a wake-up service, sometimes with tea or coffee. We advise to have an early breakfast before setting off around 7.00 am for your first morning game drive. A game drive is a leisurely drive in the park to look for animals. This can take from an hour or two up till a full day in case you prefer to explore more of the area. Another option is to leave as soon as the first
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Nyaruswiga Lodge from One Nature in Serengeti Tanzania

How much does a Tanzania safari cost?

To get straight to the point: a trip to Tanzania is not cheap. Something you most likely do not want to hear right now. And perhaps not even expected. To be honest with you, a private safari is one of the most extraordinary yet expensive experiences. So what makes a safari trip so costly? And what price can you expect for your own holiday? We will explain it to you and share some valuable tips to make your safari to Tanzania more budget-friendly! Tanzania safari prices explained Choosing Tanzania as your next holiday destination is saying yes to a once in a lifetime experience. But it also comes at a price. Because transparency is important to us, we want to create a better understanding of what makes a Tanzania safari so costly. 1. Maintenance of the safari vehicles The safari cars are an essential part of your trip, as you will spend a large part of your journey in them. They should not only take you safely from one park to another, but also be comfortable and allow you to enjoy the
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Family of giraffes in Ngorongoro Conservation Area Tanzania

5 Reasons why you should go on a Tanzania safari now

Who would not want to keep that wonderful holiday feeling forever? The sense of freedom. And finally, after months of so many restrictions, to discover new places and soak up other cultures? As the summer holidays slowly fade into memories, you will probably soon fall back into the daily routine and hectic of everyday life. But what if we invite you to start dreaming about a new holiday? To start planning again. And continue experiencing the anticipation and excitement for a trip that you will make in just a few months from now? Because we are going to give you 5 irresistible reasons why you should go on a private safari to Tanzania before the end of this year! Reason 1. You will meet hardly any other tourists – yet more wildlife! Compared to ‘normal’ years, still very few tourists travel to Tanzania. This means that you will be able to fully enjoy the beauty of the destination in a private way. With a privileged feeling of exclusivity you will make your way through the sav
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Remote working on the beach of Zanzibar in Tanzania

Remote working Bush & Beach in Tanzania

Are you tired of being at home and are the walls closing in on you? Do you long for space and freedom? Sun and nature? Stop dreaming… but book you escape now! Working from home, the new “normal” Since the start of the Corona crisis, many people swapped their office desk for their kitchen or dining table and began working from home. Probably not the most inspiring environment, especially when you are easily distracted by waiting household chores. But working from home is considered to be the new “normal”. And it looks like it will stay that way for a while… So what if we would tell you that you can exchange your home desk for a stunning, peaceful surrounding? Replace the boring white walls for panoramic views of a national park or the Indian Ocean? A remote working location with free and reliable WiFi, enough space for social distancing. And not to forget, plenty of opportunities to spend your free moments in an adventurous, or completely relaxing, way! Rem
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Book your private safari to Tanzania for 2021

Book now your private safari to Tanzania

Traveling is all about the unexpected. Exploring the unknown. But of course this should be carefree, without having to worry about your safety or health. Tanzania has opened its borders and we can’t wait to welcome you back again. However, the well-being of our guests and staff is our number one priority. And these days even more. While we are preparing to receive visitors again, detailed hygiene protocols have been introduced at the airport and in hotels and lodges, based on the WHO guidelines. Socially-distanced experiences Moreover, a private safari in this unparalleled wildlife destination is one of the safest ways of traveling in the current global situation. You will share your safari vehicle exclusively with your partner or family. Driven by our dedicated and skilled guide, who will accompany you during the entire journey. You will visit remote, beautiful landscapes, rolling hills and endless plains. You will stay in small, intimate lodges, carefully selected by us. And th
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Join a virtual safari in Tanzania with Ajabu Adventures

Join us on a virtual safari in Tanzania

Are you also dreaming about new and exciting destinations to explore, once it is safe to travel again? Although the world of travel has been suspended and may still be insecure for a while, there is no reason to stop fueling our inspiration and travel dreams. Therefore we invite you to embark on a virtual safari through the wonders of Tanzania. From the endless plains of the Serengeti and the snow-capped Kilimanjaro to the most pristine beaches and the unexplored south. Sign up for our 4-days virtual safari to four different parts of the country, full of travel tips, interesting facts and inspiring photos. Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime?    
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5 reasons why you should not cancel your safari

5x Why you should not cancel your safari but postpone

With the outbreak of corona, the world has come to a standstill. What used to seem so obvious and natural before, is now uncertain and ominous. And although traveling is currently not possible, it is imperative that you do not cancel your holiday but reschedule. We will give you five reasons why this is so important! 1. Keep on dreaming Have you been looking forward so long to the safari of a lifetime? We understand that it is a great disappointment not to be able to make that trip as planned. But having to cancel your holiday does not mean you have to cancel your dreams as well. We are not going anywhere, the Kilimanjaro is still there and the animals continue to roam the plains. Just hang in there and keep on dreaming a bit longer. Tanzania will be waiting for you!   2. Help the local communities Airlines don’t fly, hotels are closed and safari guides are sitting at home and wait. The Covid-19 is greatly affecting all jobs that are related to tourism. The staff in the lodg
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