ART IN TANZANIA

Safaris and tours in Tanzania

Art in Tanzania offers a range of trips, tours, and safari packages for interns and tourists to travel across Tanzania and explore and discover the breathtaking beauty of the country. So climb up the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro, dive in the sapphire blue waters of Zanzibar, witness the sunrise over the horizon on the Serengeti, and so much more; travel with us for an adventure of a lifetime. Friendly and welcoming local guides lead all Art in Tanzania experiences. Who will offer authentic and personal service and provide high knowledge and insight? Contact us with your travel plans and destinations you would like to explore, and we can book you onto our year-round tours and trips across Tanzania. We offer both luxury and discount tours to cater to your specification.

Safaris and tours provided by our NGO massively support our mission as profits help fund the many community projects we are perform. So as you enjoy the beauty of Tanzania, you also empower local people. Read our blogs and about us page for more details on the community-focused programs we are engaged in and our mission to improve the lives of Tanzanian people. We provide tours and trips through our sister company ‘Help and Travel’; please follow the link below for more details on our services. We massively appreciate your booking with Art in Tanzania and wish you a warm welcome to Africa!

Dar es Salaam Marine Park Coral Islands

Dar es Salaam Coral Island is a popular day trip. You can swim, snorkel, study the corals and enjoy the beach.

Dar Markets Tour

Dar es Salaam market half-day trip is an excellent way to find your souvenirs. We pass by the wet market, Makonde tribal carving and world-famous Tinga Tinga painters market.

Bird Watching

Pande Game Reserve is an excellent destination for people interested in bird watching. Pande Game Reserve is part of the Eastern Arc / Coastal Forest Biodiversity Hotspot, one of the world’s highest priority areas for biodiversity conservation.

Mikumi Safari

Mikumi National Park is just 5 hours west of Dar es Salaam and thus, easy access and economical, it is the favourite weekend safari for the volunteers.

Mikumi Safari & Udzungwa Rain Forest

A popular added day for a Mikumi Safari is the Uzungwa rainforest trek. It is an evergreen forest, with primates on tree tops and scenic waterfalls.

Selous Safari

Selous is the largest Game Reserve in Africa and a World Heritage site. This safari is very popular among the volunteers.

Serengeti N'gorongoro Safari

Serengeti National Park is widely regarded as the best wildlife reserve in Africa due to its density of predators and prey.It is also to follow the Great Migration of antilopes that is once in a lifetime experience.

Mt Kilimanjaro Climb

A favorite once in a lifetime experience for our volunteers.

One Day Kilimanjaro Rain Forest trek

Kilimanjaro Rain Forest trek is an additional activity for your safari. Youget to experience dense rainforest fauna, waterfalls and Mchacha tribal customs in banana and coffee plantations.

Zanzibar Weekend

Popular volunteer expended weekend activity—one day in historic stone town and two nights at a beach resort.

Dolphine Swimming Trip

A boat trip to get swimming with wild dolphins at the East coast of Zanzibar. This trip is an optional activity when you take Zanzibar weekend trip.

Prison Island and Sandback trip in Zanzibar

A great add-on activity when you have selected the Zanzibar weekend tour. Visit historic prison island having giant tortoises—Thereon sandbank swimming and snorkelling.

Ruaha Safari

Ruaha National Park may be far away from Dar es Salaam but it is really worth while to visit.

Tarangire - Serengeti - N'gorongoro Safari

This three national parks safari takes you to all the best wildlife areas in Northern Tanzania

Josafani Forest and Butterfly Garden

Josafani Forest and Butterfly garden trip can be done together with the Dolphine swimming trip but also without it. This is add on activity when you have selected Zanzibar weekend trip.

Join our safaris and trips and support the development of the African communities.