amazing Wild Life in Tanzania,
we offer a host of activities.
Here is a glimpse of some of
numerous parks and reserves
offer many climbing options
for the avid explorer. The most
frequent expeditions are obviously
to Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Meru
but there are other destinations
such as Crater Highlands. We
are happy to put together an
itinerary that suits your preferences
and we will make sure that you
are adequately prepared.
Diving and Snorkelling
Tanzania offers divers world-class reefs and plentiful schools of tropical fish just offshore of popular beaches and secluded locations. We can organize diver courses from many of the hotels and lodges on the main coast as well as Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia islands and is a rewarding skill to learn while on holiday. Diving equipments are easily rented and diving can be done year- round but during the rains the visibility can be limited
Deep Sea fishing
The deep waters of the Indian Ocean along Tanzania's coast are rich in big-game fish, from marlin and tuna to swordfish and biting barracudas. All the same, the waters of Tanzania are only just beginning to gain the world-wide fame of the Kenyan coast, so the waters are less populated and fishing at its most pristine. Tuna and other pelagics migrate through the Pemba Channel on a yearly basis, but can be found in smaller numbers throughout the year. Besides the big-game fish, grouper, red snapper, and other local species are populous along the coastal waters.
Fishing is an economic mainstay of many parts of rural Tanzania and quickly becoming a popular activity for visitors along the country's rivers and lakes. Although not permitted in national parks, fly and lake fishing in remote areas is a rewarding and peaceful way to experience the beauty of African scenery and enjoy the country at a leisurely pace. The freshwater lakes of Tanzania offer fishing opportunities for visitors willing to venture off the beaten track. Fishing along Lake Victoria affords an opportunity to experience freshwater lake fishing and observe life around the lakes of Tanzania. Fishing trips can be organised from surrounding villages, as well as the larger ports of Mwanza and Musoma, where boatmen will gladly arrange for you to accompany them on their daily trips to net Nile Perch and Tilapia in the waters offshore.
Boating & canoeing
Boating and canoeing through the rivers, ocean bays, and waterways of Tanzania can be an exhilarating experience. River boating can take you past sleeping crocodiles and hippos sunning themselves with their mouths wide open, gathered in half-submerged herds. Taking to the water is also a welcome break from the all-day enclosure of a traditional vehicle safari, and allow visitors to experience the sights and sounds of Africa's waterways up-close and unhindered. On Tanzania's large freshwater lakes, boats are a popular means of transport and offer visitors the chance to see life on the water -- the fishermen bringing in their catch, the bustling colours of the lake shore towns, the sharp movements of small fish in shallow waters. On the Indian Ocean coast, boating takes visitors deep into the fish-filled waters of the Pemba Channel, and through the hundreds of islets strewn across the Zanzibar Archipelago and Mafia Island. Along the coast, boating offers visitors a chance to travel the way the Swahili people do -- by wooden dhow sailboat, the wind slowly filling the boat's sails, the smell of the surf and the swell of ocean waves drifting over the horizon.