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The word Tanzania is derived from the names Tanganyika and Zanzibar. It is home to a melting pot of nationalities descending from Europe, Arab countries, Pakistan, India and China. The diversity is most seen in the port city of Dar Es Salaam and the spice island of Zanzibar. The wildebeest herds migrate south from the Masai Mara Game Reserve (Kenya) into the Serengeti National Park by late October. The calving season takes place from January to February, before the herds travel to the southern Ndutu region by March and April. The herds move north-west to Grumeti and return to the Masai Mara by late-June. These are the best months to experience the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti on your Budget Tour To Tanzania. The Ngorongoro Crater, formerly an active volcano, is home to an abundant diversity of wildlife and flora and the Big 5. It is easily combined with the Serengeti National Park for a great budget African safari tour.

Wildlife Highlights

Tanzania is without a doubt one of the top wildlife destinations in the world, being blessed with a diversity and abundance of the Big Five and other animals in 16 national parks and reserves.

The stand out wildlife highlight of Tanzania is the annual wildebeest and zebra migration that takes place in the Serengeti National Park. Two million animals traverse the vast plains of the Serengeti in pursuit of fresh grass that comes with seasonal rains, trailing predators in their wake. The epic scenes of moving animals pursued by prides of lions makes for some of the best wildlife viewing experiences on the planet and is at the top of most safari bucket lists.

Big cats lion, leopard and cheetah are a huge draw on Tanzanian safaris, particularly in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater (which also has a remarkable number of spotted hyenas), while Lake Manyara National Park is legendary for its tree-climbing lions. Black rhino are rarely spotted in Tanzania, other than in the Ngorongoro Crater, where they can be easily spotted in the open grassland. Selous Game Reserve is home to a quarter of the continent’s rapidly dwindling African wild dog population.

Tanzania is the land of big tusked elephants, and huge herds of the giant creatures can be seen in many of the parks, including Ruaha National Park, Lake Manyara, and Selous, while the little-known gem of Tarangire National Park in the north is has the country’s largest population of elephants, which are at their most concentrated in the dry months of of August to October.

There aren’t many places in Africa where you can see chimpanzees, and Tanzania is one of them. In the west of the country Mahale Mountains National Park is one of the best places in Africa to go chimpanzee tracking, where you can visit a habituated group of 100 individuals in the beautiful dense montane forest and spot other primate species – such as red-tailed monkey, red colobus, black and white colobus and blue monkeys – along the way.

Birdwatching in Tanzania is excellent. The country is home to more than 1100 recorded species and hotspots include Lake Natron, which is one of the continent’s most significant lesser flamingo breeding grounds, and Lake Manyara, where large flocks of flamingos congregate on the lake along with many other species of waterbirds.

Tanzania doesn’t just offer wildlife on land: in the clear waters and coral reefs around the Zanzibar and Mafia archipelagos are a stunning array of marine animals, including more than 460 species of fish, humpback whales, bottlenose dolphins, white tip reef sharks, moray eels, blue spotted rays and five species of turtles.

Activities include climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, day and night game drives through the Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation area and Tarangire National Park. Then go scuba diving for a refreshing and beautiful look at the aquatic and coral life of Pemba Island.

Why go on a Budget Tanzania Tour?

Tanzania has been described as one of the most diverse countries in Africa with over 158 local languages spoken. Add to that 120 tribes and you have a cultural melting pot. Expect a wide range of cultural activities, ethnic groups, performing arts and visual arts and literature. Choose one of our Tanzania Adventure Tours and don’t miss out.

10 Reasons to Travel to Tanzania

The Great Migration

Every year more than two million wildebeest and zebra migrate in a big loop across the plains of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park in pursuit of grazing grass. One of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, the migration offers East African wildlife viewing at its best – massive herds of animals against a backdrop of the acacia-dotted savannah you’ll recognise from countless nature documentaries, as well as dramatic kills by the predators that trail the antelope on the move.

Serengeti National Park

Tanzania’s most popular National Park offers the quintessential African safari experience, with picturesque rolling savannah and forests teeming with diverse species of wildlife. The world’s largest protected grassland, the Serengeti is especially well known for its predators – lions, leopards, cheetahs and hyenas – which are particularly easy to spot.

Ngorongoro Crater

The largest unflooded and unbroken crater in the world, Ngorongoro is the remains of a huge volcano that last erupted millions of years ago. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most pristine wilderness areas in Africa, and home to some of the densest populations of animals found anywhere on Earth including lion, elephant, giraffe and wildebeest, which explains its nickname, “Africa’s Garden of Eden”.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Africa’s tallest mountain is one of Tanzania’s most famous sights and a bucket list must for any mountaineer. The dormant volcano known as the Roof of Africa stands at nearly 6000 metres above sea level, and yet the ascent to the summit (which takes in spectacular changing scenery along the way) is surprisingly accessible. You can walk to the top in just four or five days and you don’t have to have any climbing experience, just a good level of fitness and a guide.

Selous Game Reserve

Africa’s largest protected area and the world’s biggest game reserve is a wildlife wonderland that is home to one the biggest concentrations of elephants, hippos, wild dogs, buffalo and sable antelope on the continent. This diverse ecosystem is under visited compared with the more famous reserves in the north – the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro. So if you’re after wildlife without the crowds, Selous is hard to beat.

Zanzibar Archipelago

Lying a short distance off the coast of Tanzania, the Zanzibar Archipelago (made up of two large islands – Unguja and Pemba – in addition to several smaller islands) is one of East Africa’s best beach destinations. Unguja – also known as Zanzibar Island is the most visited island, with budget-friendly accommodation galore and romantic hotels scattered around on postcard-perfect white-sand beaches fringed with swaying palm trees, while Pemba is quiet and secluded (with only three hotels as opposed to more than 150 on Unguja). Both islands offer amazing snorkelling and diving on coral reefs teeming with marine life, sailing trips on traditional dhows and idyllic beaches to unwind on, and Unguja also has the attraction of atmospheric Stone Town, which has bucket loads of history and beautiful old architecture.

Chimpanzee Tracking

There are very few places left where you can see chimpanzees in the wild, and the only countries that offer chimpanzee tracking are Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda. In Tanzania, Mahale Mountains National Park is the best place to see chimpanzees in the wild, with a population of 1000 of the apes living in the thick Montane Forest and a habituated group of around 100 individuals that can be viewed by visitors.

Mafia Archipelago

Known as the Indian Ocean’s best-kept secret, the little-visited Mafia Archipelago rewards intrepid travellers who like to be off the beaten track with countless natural treasures. There’s world-class diving on the barrier reef, which is said to be one of the richest in the world with shoals of many species of fish and turtles, as well as swimming with whale sharks, bird watching in mangrove forests and miles and miles of totally undeveloped and unspoiled sandy beaches to explore.

The Masai Tribe

Tanzania’s most famous tribe who are easily recognisable in their brightly coloured clothes and distinctive jewellery – are traditionally nomadic, moving around vast areas with their cattle. Some Masai live in traditional villages on the edges of Tanzania’s national parks, and welcome visitors who want to learn about their customs. You can also stay at Masai-owned and run lodges to support community tourism.

Hiking Ol Doinyo Lengai

Tanzania’s most epic hiking adventure is a trek to the top of a 2000-metre-high active volcano in the Great Rift Valley in the north of the country called Ol Doinyo Lengai. It’s not an easy summit, but the panoramic views over the forested hills of the Great Rift Valley, the Avenue of Volcanoes, the salt flats of Lake Natron and Mount Kilimanjaro to the east are truly astounding.

Best times to go on a Tanzania Tour:

Jul-Aug: During this time, the weather is cool. Dry season parks, like Tarangire, are at their prime. This is the best time to visit the Serengeti because during the height of the dry season, almost all the animals will go away on their own holiday in Kenya’s Masai Mara.

June- October is great for Zanzibar as the temperature is around 28 degrees.

December to mid March is the calving season in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater which is has amazing game viewing.

Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is the world’s largest protected grassland and savannah ecosystem due to the huge financial gain from tourism that supports the country’s economy. Therefore, by visiting this UNESCO World Heritage site you are assisting in contributing towards the sustainment of the country’s economy and the annual migration of the wild wildebeest.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Marked as a World Heritage site, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is well-populated with wildlife for your African safari experience. The crater is the main attraction of this area as it is the world’s largest inactive volcanic caldera. Two to three million years ago the volcano exploded and then collapsed in on itself, leaving a large gaping hole where animals roam freely.

Zanzibar Island

Locally known as UngujaZanzibar Island gets most of the headlines, but the archipelago also consists of lushPemba to the north and many more smaller islands and islets poised in amazingly turquoise seas. Visiting the museums and taking a walk through Stone Town is a good way of getting an idea of Zanzibar’s rich and turbulent slave-trade past. The architecture will surely fascinate you, as will the street markets.

Stone Town

The old city of Stone Town is the cultural heart of Zanzibar, and little has changed there for hundreds of years. The majority of Stone Town’s buildings were built by Omani sultans in the 19th century when Zanzibar was one of the most important trading centres in the Indian Ocean. In order to preserve these architectural markers of history, the Stone Town Conservation Authority has been working towards restoring this ancient town.

Nungwi Beach

The chilled out resort of  Nungwi Beach is on the northern tip of the island, which is the busier, more commercial side. It’s regarded as one of Zanzibar’s best beaches, because here you can swim to your heart’s delight, as it’s one of the few beaches with no coral reef. Also, it doesn’t matter what tide you swim in because the tide doesn’t draw back for miles, as on the east coast, which is a long walk before you can frolic in the water.

The East Coast

The East Coast of Zanzibar is the less commercial, more traditional side of the island, where you can chill out on the beach on one of the wooden beds with a good book and maybe a traditional masseuse. They, along with one or two ‘kikoi-selling’ locals walk up and down the beach to sell you a little something of Zanzibar.

Dar es Salaam

Tanzania’s premier city, Dar es Salaam is a teeming metropolis of 1.5 million people. It is the largest city in Tanzania, as well as the wealthiest, dealing in manufacturing and trade.

Olduvai Gorge ‘Cradle of Mankind’

Olduvai Gorge is a steep-sided ravine in the Great Rift Valley and is about 48km (30mi) long. The original spelling was Oldupai, which is Maasai for the wild sisal plant that grows there. Olduvai is often referred to as the ‘Cradle of Mankind’ because the first humanoid skeletons were discovered there. There is a museum that’s documented all its remarkable findings.

Mt Kilimanjaro National Park

Jutting out from Tanzania’s north-eastern plains is Mt Kilimanjaro, an almost perfectly shaped volcano. It’s truly a sight to behold. At a solid 5896m (19343ft), its snow-capped peak is the highest in Africa.

Selous Game Reserve

One of our planet’s last great wild places, the 55,000 sq km (21,235 sq mi) Selous Game Reserve offers you a fantastic African budget safari: untamed bush, emerald green floodplains and crocodile-filled lakes.

Lake Manyara

Often overlooked because of the other two big, famous parks, the small-in-size, yet-large-in-wildlife 325km² Lake Manyara offers a really unusual Africa overland tour. It lies about 130km from Arusha near the small town of Mto Wa Mbu.

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  • 58 Days Nairobi to Cape Town Camping Tour

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Cape Town
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU CAM0447
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    This Nairobi to Cape Town tour takes us south through Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia before coming to an end in Cape Town, South Africa. It is one of the most popular adventure trips in Africa.

    Price from R50,450



  • 58 Day Nairobi to Cape Town Overland (Comfort)

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Cape Town
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU ACM0447
    Tour Style Top Seller Accommodated

    This is a 58 day Great accommodated Nairobi to Cape Town Overland begins in Nairobi, Kenya. This tour takes us south through East Africa down into Southern Africa.

    Price from R73,850



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    56 Day Cape Town to Kenya Epic Adventure Overland (Under 39’s)

    Countries Visited Botswana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 24
    Age Range 18 - 39 Years
    SKU CAM2516
    Tour Style Camping

    Why Booking this trip?

    This Cape Town to Kenya and Gorillas Adventure provides a broad insight into Southern and Eastern Africa’s grandest attractions. We leave from Cape Town and head off to Mt Kilimanjaro, explore the gigantic sand dunes in ancient deserts and relax on golden beaches on the tropical island of Zanzibar. The mighty Victoria Falls is next on the list before journeying to the Chobe River, viewing the majestic Ngorongoro Crater and the infinite Serengeti plains.

    • Price Beat Guaranteed
    • 10% early bird discount (6 months or more)

    Price from R60,480 R48,384



  • 56 Day Cape Town to Nairobi Overland Adventure (incl Gorillas)

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 28 - 30
    Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
    SKU CAM0914
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    Beginning in Cape Town, this trip travels north through South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda before finally ending in Nairobi, Kenya. We depart from Cape Town in the early hours of a Sunday morning, so if you wish to have a chance to explore Cape Town, an earlier arrival should be planned.

    Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

    5% discount for trips booked 6 months in advance or more

    10% discount for ISIC cardholders

    Price from R45,255 R40,700

    + Local Payment USD 1390

  • 56 Day Nairobi to Cape Town Overland Adventure (incl Gorillas)

    Countries Visited Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Cape Town
    Group Size Max 28 - 30
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU CAM0915
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    Beginning in Nairobi, Kenya, this ultimate African Trip Adventure Nairobi to Cape Town Overland Adventure takes us south through Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia before coming to an end in Cape Town, South Africa.

    Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

    5% discount for trips booked 6 months in advance or more

    10% discount for ISIC cardholders

    Price from R45,255 R40,700

    + Local Payment USD 1390

  • 55 Days Cape Town to Nairobi Overland Adventure

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
    SKU CAM0446
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    An epic 55 Day Cape Town to Nairobi Overland camping adventure and the most popular route. You will be spoilt for choice with wildlife, beaches and cultures.

    Price from R50,450



  • 52 Day Cape Town to Nairobi and Gorillas Overland Safari (Inclusive)

    Countries Visited South Africa, Botswana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size 18 - 22
    Age Range 18 - 39 Years
    SKU CAM2601
    Tour Style Camping

    Why book this trip?

    This Cape Town to Nairobi and Gorillas Overland Adventure takes you from the Southern tip of Africa through the highlights of East Africa, all the way to Uganda to see the gorillas. It is full of diverse cultures, wildlife and amazing landscapes. You will get to explore the Okavango Delta in mokoros (dugout canoes), track gorillas in Uganda and camp in the wild. There are also loads of exciting adventure activities to choose from and fill your days with. Come and explore with us today!

    • The overland truck has been re-designed for 21st century safari travel
    • Steel enforced body to withstand the impact of rough terrain
    • Large front window and no divider between guides and travellers
    • Adjustable spacious seats that recline for comfortable travel
    • USB ports at every seat
    • Drinking water on tap

    Price from R98,039



  • 47 Days Nairobi to Johannesburg Overland

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Johannesburg
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU CAM04691
    Tour Style Camping

    Price from R43,150



  • 46 Day Johannesburg to Nairobi Overland Trek

    Countries Visited South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda
    Starts Johannesburg
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 30
    Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
    SKU CAM0918
    Tour Style Camping

    This 46 Day Johannesburg to Nairobi Overland travelling from South Africa to Kenya and allowing you to see the Gorillas in the Wild.

    Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

    5% discount for trips booked 6 months in advance or more

    10% discount for ISIC cardholders

    Price from R39,795 R35,800

    + Local Payment USD 1430

  • 46 Day Nairobi to Johannesburg Overland Trek

    Countries Visited Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Johannesburg
    Group Size Max 26-30
    Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
    SKU CAM0926
    Tour Style Camping

    The tour allows you to see the famous mountain gorillas, wildlife in the famous game parks such as the Masai Mara, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Kruger, and lazy days on the beaches of Zanzibar and Lake Malawi.

    Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

    5% discount for trips booked 6 months in advance or more

    10% discount for ISIC cardholders

    Price from R39,795 R35,815

    + Local Payment USD 1430

  • 44 Day Johannesburg to Nairobi Overland Adventure

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda

    Starts Johannesburg
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU CAM0461
    Tour Style Camping

    The Johannesburg to Nairobi Overland camping Adventure leaves from South Africa and enters Uganda. Look forward to witnessing the great beauty of Victoria Falls, sunset game drives, an excursion onto the Okavango Delta and the greatest highlights – sightings of chimpanzees and gorillas.

    Price from R43,150



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    43 Day Kenya to Cape Town Overland Adventure

    Countries Visited Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Cape Town
    Group Size Max 24
    Age Range 18 - 39 Years
    SKU CAE2512
    Tour Style Camping

    This Kenya to Cape Town Adventure offers you fantastic insights into some of East Africa and Southern Africa’s greatest attractions and cultures. We visit the Masai Mara, the flat plains of the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater and Mt Kilimanjaro before relaxing on the sun-kissed beaches on the exotic island of Zanzibar. Prepare to get a bit wet when viewing the mighty Victoria Falls, enjoy a boat cruise down the Chobe River and the Okavango Delta before ending your tour in the beautiful city of Cape Town.

    • Price Beat Gaurenteed
    • 10% early bird discount (6 months or more)

    Price from R45,840 R36,672



  • 44 Day Johannesburg to Nairobi Overland Adventure (Comfort)

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya & Uganda

    Starts Johannesburg
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU ACE04612
    Tour Style Accommodated

    Why book this trip?

    The Johannesburg to Nairobi Overland Accommmodated Adventure is a great budget friendly tour that allows you to enjoy the adventure of a camping tour, but includes staying in accommodation ranging from 2-3 star properties such as lodges, guest houses and chalets. You will experience diverse wildlife and culture while travelling through 8 African Countries. This allows you to interact with Bushmen of the Kalahari and locals along the way. But more so allows you to see some of the great highlights of Southern and East Africa such as the Okavango Delta, Victoria Falls, Zanzibar, Serengeti, the Masai Mara and Gorillas in Uganda. You’re going to love it!

    Price from R57,150



  • 42 Day Nairobi to Cape Town Overland Epic Route

    Countries Visited Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Cape Town
    Group Size Max 28 - 30
    Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
    SKU CAM0906
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    Beginning in Nairobi, Kenya, this tour takes us south through Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia before coming to an end in Cape Town, South Africa. We depart from Nairobi in the early hours of a Sunday morning, so if you wish to have a chance to explore Nairobi, an earlier arrival should be planned and accommodation booked through your consultant.

    Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

    5% discount for trips booked 6 months in advance or more

    10% discount for ISIC cardholders

    Price from R31,395 R28,255

    + Local Payment USD 930

  • 42 Day Cape Town to Nairobi Overland Tour

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania,Kenya
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 28 - 30
    Age Range 18 - 55 Years and older
    SKU CAM0909
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    Beginning in Cape Town, this trip travels north through South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Tanzania before ending in Nairobi, Kenya. We depart from Cape Town in the early hours of a Sunday morning, so if you wish to have a chance to explore Cape Town, an earlier arrival should be planned.

    Free arrival airport transfer & 1 pre-night accommodation in a dorm room

    5% discount for trips booked 6 months in advance or more

    10% discount for ISIC cardholders

    Price from R31,395 R28,250

    + Local Payment USD 930

  • ON SPECIAL

    41 Day Cape Town to Kenya Overland Epic Adventure

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 24
    Age Range 18 - 39 Years
    SKU CAE2513
    Tour Style Camping

    This Cape Town to Kenya Epic Adventure provides a broad insight into Southern and Eastern Africa’s grandest attractions.

    We leave from Cape Town and head off to Mt Kilimanjaro, explore the gigantic sand dunes in ancient deserts and relax on golden beaches on the tropical island of Zanzibar. The mighty Victoria Falls is next on the list before journeying to the Chobe River, viewing the majestic Ngorongoro Crater and the infinite Serengeti plains.

    • Price Beat Guaranteed
    • 10% early bird discount (6 months or more)

    Price from R44,240 R35,392



  • 41 Day Cape Town to Nairobi Overland Adventure

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU CAM0449
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    Beginning in Cape Town, South Africa this tour takes us through Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Tanzania before coming to an end in Nairobi, Kenya. We depart from the beautiful city of Cape Town situated in Southern Africa.

    Price from R36,500



  • 41 Day Cape Town to Nairobi Overland Adventure (Comfort)

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya
    Starts Cape Town
    Ends Nairobi
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU ACE0472
    Tour Style Top Seller Accommodated

    An accommodated Cape Town to Nairobi allows a bit of comfort on this African Adventure Overland through Southern and East Africa.

    Price from R56,400



  • ON SPECIAL

    41 Day Nairobi to Cape Town Overland

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Cape Town
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU CAM0472
    Tour Style Camping Top Seller

    This Nairobi to Cape Town tour takes us south through Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia before coming to an end in Cape Town, South Africa. It is one of the most popular adventure trips in Africa.

    Price from R36,500 R34,575



  • ON SPECIAL

    41 Day Nairobi to Cape Town Overland (Comfort)

    Countries Visited South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya
    Starts Nairobi
    Ends Cape Town
    Group Size Max 20
    Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older
    SKU ACM0472
    Tour Style Top Seller Accommodated

    This is a Great accommodated Nairobi to Cape Town Overland begins in Nairobi, Kenya. This tour takes us south through East Africa down into Southern Africa.

    Price from R56,400 R53,725



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