The Mikumi National Park Safari is part of the Art in Tanzania sustainable travel programs. The task is to raise funds for the NGO community work as we operate as a self-sustainable entity.

Mikumi National Park is just 5 hours west of Dar es Salaam between the Uluguru Mountains, Rubeho Mountains, and Lumango Mountains. Mikumi is Tanzania’s fourth-largest national park and home to many of Tanzania’s most beautiful wildlife. The Mikumi Safari is the most popular safari among the volunteers as it is economical and easy to access.

2 days & 1 night – USD 620
Starts from Dar es Salaam

Mikumi safari schedule

Mikumi two days safari is the most popular volunteer safari at Art in Tanzania as the cost is economical and driving is easy. It is also an easy option for tourists visiting Dar es Salaam for a weekend break.

Day 1: Dar es Salaam / Mikumi (-/L/D)
After having breakfast, we depart at about AM 8 to make the 5-hour journey to Mikumi National Park.
Depending on traffic, the car usually gets to Mikumi in time for a half-day game ride.
Our accommodation and dinner are at Mikumi town hostels and lodges or inside the wildlife area at Tanzania National Parks facilities when there is space available.

Day 2: Mikumi / Dar es Salaam (B/L/-)
After breakfast at the Camp, the car departs for the game ride.
The route within the park varies during the dry and wet seasons. Boxed lunch included.
The car will arrive around in time for dinner at Dar es Salaam.

Safari highlights:
Animals: Antelopes, Cheetahs, Crocodiles, Elephants, gazelles, giraffes, hippos, leopards, lions,
zebras, and more than 400 bird species.

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