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Africa Endless Cruising Safaris and Holiday

#194 of 635 Tours in Moshi
Moshi, Tanzania
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About Africa Endless Cruising Safaris and Holiday
We’re Professional Tour Operator undertakes sustainable tourism involving local indigenous communities to conserves the wildlife in their localities. We offer tours around East and Central Africa. The Founder and Managing Director, Mr Chacha Kehengu, grown in the villages around Serengeti have been in the industry for 15 years, so knows very well about African Wildlife Safaris.
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Serengeti and Ngorongoro - 6 Days Custom Migration Safari...

This tour program will enable you to visit the very best attractive wildlife sites in northern Tanzania circuit of Serengeti - famous for its annual Great Wildebeest Migration, as well Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire and L. Manyara.

Serengeti National Park, well known as “endless plain”, is the oldest and most famous national park in Tanzania, and possibly the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world. Its vast plains are home to predator and prey, vying for grasslands and the last watering holes as the dry season progresses. Between December and May, millions of mammals migrate across the plains, and the interaction between species is awesomely entertaining
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6 days
from $2,758.98

Tanzania Affordable Customize Safari - 3 Days Ngorongoro and more...

This tour program designed when learnt that everyone in the world of travel dreaming at least to be in one of the Tanzania’s famous tourism attraction sites in her/his lifetime due to its wildlife nature wonders, but time shortages and cost matters limits their dreams come in reality. The program is suitable for all tight schedule travelers with multi-goal activities, and can be done over the one weekend to avoid disturbing other businesses schedule.
However, it will enable you to visit the national parks of Tarangire, Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Crater - a UNESCO's World Heritage Site and the only place in the earth where mankind and wild animals co-exist in harmony. In general the parks represent all other Tanzania parks in natural feathers though might differ in some terms like wildlife concentration and landscape expanses. All in all this is the best ever affordable customized safari package!
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3 days
from $615.39

Kilimanjaro Climbing - 6 Day Machame Route

Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and major climbing destination in the world, with summit of about 16,100 ft from its base and 19,341 ft above sea level. The Machame is a wilderness route which combines spectacular views and scenery, good acclimatization and which is quieter than the Marangu (tourist) route. For all these reasons it is perhaps the best of the standard routes on the mountain, and the one recommended for those wanting an uncomplicated but rewarding trek on Kili.
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6 days
from $2,256.42
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Lonnie B wrote a review Jan 4
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We just returned from an amazing 17 day Tanzania and Kenya combined safari. We found this tour company through Safaribookings.com and we were a bit apprehensive about wiring our payment. I can assure anyone who might be nervous about pre-paying and wiring money, that there is absolutely nothing to worry about if you use AfricaEndlessCruising LTD. Mr. Chacha Kehengu (the owner of the company) was very responsive to all of our questions and sent around 10 emails before we departed the United States to Tanzania. Our driver was there to greet us upon our arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport and then our nerves settled and we realized we were in for a great adventure. Our tour guide for the Tanzania portion of the trip was Saleh. He is simply amazing at locating all the hidden animals. We truly felt lucky to have him. Not only does he know how to spot animals, but he also very familiar with all of the parks as well. We went to Arusha NP, Tarangire NP, Lake Manyara NP, Lake Eyasi, Ngorogoro Crater NP, Lake Ndutu, and the Serengeti. All places visited were unique and amazing in their own right. If you have the means and time, I highly suggest including all of these sights on your safari. After Lake Manyara, we opted to do the optional cultural visit to the town of Mto Wa Mbu. The tour takes about 2 hours and is done by local women who take you to see how Tanzanians live. I highly recommend doing this tour! We also visited 3 bushmen tribes near lake Eyasi that all have very distinct cultures. Additionally, we visited a Masai boma village and were greeted with an authentic Masai dance and afterward were invited into their homes. The land border crossing into Kenya went smoothly, and Saleh stayed with us until we met our Kenya tour guide Francis who was at the border waiting for us. In Kenya we went to the Masai Mara NP, Lake Nakuru NP, Lake Elementeita, Lake Naivasha, Hell's Gate NP, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Samburu NP, Buffalo Springs NP, Amboseli NP, and spent our last night in Nairobi (If you have time in Nairobi, arrange for your guide to take you to the Giraffe Manor where you can hand feed the Giraffes). Our Kenyan guide Francis was kind and easy to talk to. We were lucky enough to see all the Big 5 in Tanzania, and again in Kenya. Each of Kenya's parks that we visited were also very distinct and each had something special to offer. We had initially scheduled Abedare NP in our itinerary, but because of heavy rains, none of the lodges were open in Abedare, and many of the roads had major damage. So instead of going to Abedare, we ended up going to Lake Naivasha on a boat tour to an island were you can walk with Zebra, Wildebeests, and Giraffes. We also went to Hell's Gate afterward since it is was so close. Hell's Gate was probably the park we enjoyed the least, but it is where the inspiration for Disney's Lion King came from. Overall, Samburu had unique wildlife that we only saw there- the Somali Ostrich, Grevy's Zebra, gerenuk, and my favorite- LOTS of Oryx. If you want to see Rhinos up close, then I would recommend going to Lake Nakuru and/or Ol Pejeta- lots and lots of White and Black rhinos. The Masai Mara had lots of Lions and also has a group of Cheetahs called the 5 brothers which was super cool to see. The view of Mt. Kilimanjaro from Amboseli and the abundance of Elephants found there was breathtaking and quintessential Africa. Tarangire's Baobab trees were incredible and looked like something out of a Dr. Seuss book. Ngorogoro Crater and Arusha NP were absolutely stunning and what I would call Heaven on Earth. The lodges and luxury tented camps were each extremely good. We stayed mostly in the Serena lodges/Tented camps, as well as a handful of other tented camps and lodges. ALL of the accommodations in both Tanzania and Kenya were superb! In regards to the food, it too was great. I am a vegetarian and there were tons of tasty options at all of the lodges. My traveling companion doesn't eat beef or pork, nor does he eat vegetables, but he too had plenty of chicken and fish options. They also have pineapple, watermelon, bread, rolls, FRENCH FRIES and chicken samosas at all of the lodges and tented camps. You will not be disappointed. I would highly highly recommend using Africa Endless Cruising LTD to plan your visit to Either Tanzania, Kenya or both if you are able. Mr. Chacha met us at our very nice hotel in Arusha on our first night of the trip to ensure that we had everything we needed. He took great care of us and I'm confidant he will do the same for you. Don't hesitate to request Saleh as your tour guide in Tanzania, and Francis as your tour guide in Kenya. You will be in talented, capable, and friendly hands. We had internet every night of our safari and Mr. ChaCha emailed us 3 times during our trip to check-in and make sure everything was going as planned. Mr. ChaCha is very professional and very organized. If you are planning a trip to either Tanzania or Kenya or both then I highly highly recommend booking with Africa Endless Cruising LTD
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Dear Lonnie, Thank you so much for your very supportive immediate reviews’ word! You’re a real 'Africa Endless Cruising' voluntary ambassador everywhere you would be. Again, I appreciate for your kindness and appreciation hearted spirit…!
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kdkn0x wrote a review Feb 2020
Wenatchee, Washington41 contributions35 helpful votes
I traveled, out of Karatu, for 3 days with Wambura, a tour guide with Africa Endless Cruising Safaris, in several National Parks. There had been significant rainfall for days but we were able to have a wonderful trips to Tarangire, Lake Manyara and the southern plains of the Serengeti to see the wildebeest migration. These were daytrip out of Karatu and were added on to a Volunteer experience at FAME Clinic in Karatu. We saw thousands of animals, a great variety, and the guide and driver were very professional, friendly and spoke excellent english and were particularly knowledgeable about the animals and ecosystem.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Rachel wrote a review Dec 2019
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We booked a 3 Days Lodge Safari in Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater with Africa Endless Cruising. As we were very last minute, Mr. Chacha contacted us immediately after our initial request and tailored the Safari to our needs and wishes. We had a great time and would only recommend to book with this company.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Avi Cohen wrote a review Dec 2019
Ashdod, Israel1 contribution
Spent five days on safari with Africa Cruising and I would highly recommend to anyone wanting a stress free safari. Always aspect of the safari exceeded our expectations. Our tour took us over the Tarangire, in the Serengeti and then to the Ngorongoro Crater. Finally, we visited Lake Manyara national park. Our guide Fred was a great driver and knowledgeable. He was a very friendly person who knew a lot about animals, plants, landscapes. Beyond all of that, he was amazingly, spotting animals in a dense forest! We saw so many animals, in all different ways. Alive and also dead, vultures and hyenas eating a zebra, but also that a little wildebeest is born and after 20 minutes, the little one can walk, more than amazing. Thank you Fred, thank you Africa Endless Cruising Safaris… Avi Cohen
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Siyabonga M wrote a review Nov 2019
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It is tough choosing a safari company for once in lifetime trip! I went through so many those budget tour companies, finally chose Endless Cruising since I felt comfortable with Chacha. He wasn’t pushy me on anything, just answered all the questions I had fast and to the point. I booked a 5 day safari from October 04 – 08 with the Company. Our guide Saleh was extremely knowledgeable and I have no idea how he spotted all animals without binoculars. He was friendly, courteous and he made sure that we were comfortable throughout the journey. We saw the BIG 5…! He got us close ups of every animal you could want to see – Lion, Rhino, Giraffe, Cheetah eating hunt, Leopard, Zebra, Hippos, Crocodiles, and much more. My experiences with Africa Endless Cruising met and exceed my expectations and I would most definitely recommend them!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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