In these insecure times, the feeling of safety and certainty is more important than ever. Your well-being is our priority and we want to ensure you will have a safe and carefree stay in Tanzania. Therefore we are giving you an update about what is happening on the ground and which preventive measures have been taken. So you know exactly what you can expect before traveling to Tanzania, during your safari and at your accommodation. Current situation in Tanzania Tanzania has been calm and quiet. 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 no official numbers of infections have been released lately, based on what we hear and see the situation is stable and secure. Read here why going on safari now is an absolute must according to our guests. What to expect whe
Kindly be informed that Tanzania will ban all plastic carrier bags effective 1 June 2019. In an effort to step up the fight against plastic pollution in the country, the government will implement a new law that prohibits the use, manufacture and import of all plastic bags, regardless of their size or thickness. If you are traveling to Tanzania we advise you to not bring in any plastic bags in your suitcase or carry-on hand luggage. Items purchased at the airport should be removed from their plastic bag as well before disembarking. However, the special “zip-lock” bags for keeping liquids, cosmetics and toiletries separately in your hand luggage will still be allowed. We do hope that you can appreciate this initiative to protect the environment and that any inconveniences will remain minimal. At the same time, we would like to encourage you to think about suitable ways on how to make your travel more sustainable. Should you have any questions about this new regulation, do not
A spectacular offer that takes you from the wilderness in the Serengeti to the pristine beaches of Zanzibar! In close partnership we are delighted to present to you a spectacular 10-days Deluxe Fly-In Safari Special at only USD $2095 per person. Enjoy the first nights in the comfort of an exclusive villa with a private swimming pool and chef. Then fly to the untamed wilderness to spend two nights in the heart of Serengeti National Park. Your days will be filled with game viewing from the car – or your tented room! – stories by the camp fire and the sounds of nature at night. Finally, enjoy the foods and flavors of “spice island” Zanzibar while you unwind at the white sandy beach hugged by sparkling turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Deluxe Fly-In Safari highlights: Two nights stay in a luxury villa with swimming pool Free green fee for the 18-holes Kilimanjaro Golf Course Two nights stay in a stylish tented camp; the perfect combination of comfort & wilde
Is Tanzania on your bucket list this year? Then start planning now! Because there is nothing better than escaping the cold winter – or knowing you will fly off soon – and dreaming away about elephants wandering through the bush. Lions roaring at night. Mesmerizing views over the endless plains and barefoot luxury at one of the tropical islands. Book now and receive a spectacular discount of up to US $200 per person! And you know what? You can design the itinerary yourself, travel with the people you choose and decide when you want to go! Here are the only Terms & Conditions: Safari itinerary: create your own round trip, with the help of our Tanzania expert! Safari lodges: select the ones that match your style and budget! Whether you wish to stay in midrange lodges, luxury tented camps or exclusive resorts, it is all possible. Travel dates: start any day you like, as long as it is between 1 March – 10 June or 1 September – 10 December 2019. Duration: anything
We are proud to announce that Ajabu Adventures has won the Global Hospitality Award for the Best Private Safaris & Holidays 2018! The 2018 Hospitality Awards is an initiative by LUXlife Magazine. This luxury lifestyle magazine rewards and recognizes the companies that have worked tirelessly over the past 12 months to achieve industry leading success, client satisfaction and market growth. But we could not have done it without you. So a big thank you for allowing us to make your dream holidays come to life!
Venturing out on safari in wet season does not particularly sound attractive at first thought, right? However, what lodges consider as low season, we rather mark it as the ‘green’ season. The truth is that this green season in Tanzania is quite special. There are some major benefits to traveling off peak that you might not have known. We will share with you 5 reasons why traveling in Tanzania during low season is absolutely amazing. And pssst, don’t tell anyone!
Haven’t booked your holiday for this year yet? Then benefit from this SPECIAL PROMOTION! Ajabu Adventures is delighted to offer an amazing 8-days safari special for April and May 2018. With this private safari you will visit the highlights of northern Tanzania while staying at comfortable and authentic safari lodges. Extend your safari adventure with pure relaxation at the tropical beaches of Zanzibar. And all this for a spectacular price! Safari Promotion highlights: Visit to Tanzania’s most beautiful national parks Private vehicle and guide, with no limit on kilometers Overnight in unique and authentic safari lodges based on full board Discount of up to USD $250 per person Comfortable and cosy hotel right on one of the most beautiful beaches of Zanzibar Free sunset cruise on the Indian Ocean Contact us directly for a personalized safari proposal. Also check out our 5 reasons why Tanzania is particularly special in green season! This special promotion is only valid
The new year has started. Most likely you are already making travel plans for 2018 and hopefully Tanzania is on this list. But with so much to see and to do in this country, it can be a challenge to create the perfect itinerary. To make things a little easier for you, we have listed down eight of Tanzania’s most iconic and unmissable spots! 1. Witness the dramatic river crossings of the Great Migration It is one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles. Thousands of thundering hooves passing the plains of Serengeti National Park. Anxious sounds from the wildebeest and zebras, waiting impatiently at the riverside for their moment to cross. The crossing of the Mara River in northern Serengeti is dramatic and unpredictable. Observing this natural event is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Want to be sure that you are at the right spot at the right time? Check out our Wildebeest Migration Guide with the movement of the herd month by month, which will help you to work out wher
Haven’t booked your holiday for this year yet? Then benefit from this SPECIAL PROMOTION! Ajabu Adventures is delighted to offer an amazing 8-days safari special for November 2017. With this private safari you will visit the highlights of northern Tanzania while staying at a unique luxury lodges and tented camps. Extend your safari adventure with pure relaxation at the tropical beaches of Zanzibar. And all this for a spectacular price! Safari Promotion highlights: Visit to Tanzania’s most beautiful national parks Private vehicle and guide, with no limit on kilometers Overnight in unique and luxury safari lodges based on full board or all inclusive Discount of up to almost USD $700 per person Comfortable and cosy hotel right on one of the most beautiful beaches of Zanzibar Free sunset cruise on the Indian Ocean Contact us directly for a personalized safari proposal. This special promotion is only valid when traveling in the month of November 2017 and can be booked unti
Tanzania is an extremely diverse country, with abundant wildlife, exotic culture and ancient cities. However, there are tons of interesting facts about Tanzania that you probably had not heard of before. Tanzania is around eight times the land area of the UK (or half the land area of Western Europe), and has just over half the population (36 million) of UK. About half the population of Tanzania are under 15 years old. Africa blackwood trees, commonly seen in Tanzania, are the most expensive hardwood tree in the world. The mountain’s snow caps are diminishing, having lost more than 80 percent of their mass since 1912. In fact, they may be completely ice free within the next 20 years, according to scientists. Tanzania is one of the most diverse countries in the world, from mountains, islands, deserts, rivers to tropical rainforests, volcanoes, waterfalls and lakes. Tanzania mainly relies on agriculture. And did you know this already about Tanzania?