Tanzania accompanied by a Swedish Guide

Tanzania accompanied by a Swedish Guide

If you join us on one of Hazze’s Safaris you will experience Tanzania and Zanzibar through the eyes of a tourist, as well as, a local. The everyday life will therefore be presented to you through different perspectives. We will begin by visiting the orphanage, Hope For Children, in Arusha (www.hopeforchildren.se) From there, we will continue to Hazze’s Massai-family, where no other tourists have access.

You will be welcomed as family guests and have the privilege to witness a typical day with the Massai. Our own personal chef will serve a delightful dinner followed by native songs and dances performed by the young warriors and ladies of the village. By the campfire you will be served grilled goat and have the opportunity to capture photos in an environment that is rarely exposed to tourism. The evening will be rounded off with well needed rest in tents within the settlement.

The following morning we will pack up the jeeps and begin our journey through the world renowned national parks of East Africa. Our route will lead us to the Ngorongoro Crater, through Serengeti and Tarangire and possibly to Lake Eyasi and Lake Manyara. The safari will be planned depending on how the weather conditions have been and where the rain has fallen the past days. This is important in order for us to make the most of what the animals and nature of Africa have to offer. During the evenings we will gather for approx. 45 minutes for dinner and go through the different animal species we have encountered throughout the day and share specific knowledge regarding each species.

We will try to vary your accommodation all through the safari so you can experience both Tented Camps and high class Hotel lodges.

When the Safari is completed we will fly from Arusha to Zanzibar where we will conclude with relaxation in the 29 degree turquoise water by the Indian ocean.

It is accustomed to tip the chauffeur and guide, who commonly tends to be the same person. Gratuities are handled at the end of a safari and are generally in the region of 10-20 USD per person/day.