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Livan Holidays Tours & Safaris - Tanzania

Tanga, Tanzania
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About Livan Holidays Tours & Safaris - Tanzania
Livan Holidays Tours & Safaris is a family owned company (LIVAN - Laurent,Lilian, Ivan & Nero) dedicated for providing holidays packages in Tanzania, i.e Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing, Wildlife Safaris,Beach Holidays,HoneyMoon Packages. We have professionals and experienced staff who will arrange your Holidays in Tanzania.Also we offer cultural Tourism Programes and other Volunteering Opportunities.
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Tours and Tickets by Livan Holidays Tours & Safaris - Tanzania
4 Days 3 Nights Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater
Overview: To catch the thrill of Tanzania budget camping safari it’s a must for all the travelers to experience the wilderness of Tanzania. No other country has a greater variety of wild animals, reptiles and birds in their own natural habitats.
Arrival: We will meet you at Kilimanjaro International Airport or Arusha Airport depends with your flight time arrival and you will meet our office representative with your name on his hand and we will drive to Arusha city where your safari starts stay and overnight at the Lodge/Hotel (Bed & breakfast)
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$1,200.00 per adult
Day Trip from Tanga City to Amani Nature Reserve - Hikking & Trekking
Amani Nature Reserve is a centre for biological diversity. The floristic composition is very diverse and there are 2012 vascular plants species per hector. Thus a large proposition of the endemic species is found within Amani Natural Reserve. The Reserve has been likened to the African equivalent of the Galápagos Islands in terms of their endemism and biodiversity. Therefore it is considered one of the most important forest blocks in Africa.
Approximately 3450 species of vascular plants recorded in the Usambara Mountains, over one quarter are likely to be endemic or near-endemic. In addition to the variety of plants, the mountains host a number of endemic or rare fauna species, including the Usambara eagle owl and a viviparous frog species.
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$450.00 per adult
Usambara Mountain Hikking
The Usambara Mountains. Are home to an unspoiled tropical forest that is rare in East Africa and of great ecological interest. The valuable ecology of the Usambara is seeking increasing protection by conservation organizations and some donor countries like Norway.
The tropical forests are home to endemic bird species including the Naduk eagle owl (Bubo vosseleri), the Usambara Akalat (Sheppardia montana), Amani sunbird, green-headed oriole, southern banded snake eagle and the Usambara weaver (Ploceus nicolli).
In addition to learning about the conservation needs of this mountain range and doing some spectacular birding, there are ample opportunities for hiking with stunning viewpoints over the forested mountains.
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$450.00 per adult
Visit Salt Mining & Milk Processing Plant-From Tanga City-Full Day Tour
Tanga Fresh is the leading dairy food company situated in tanga region with capacity of processing 50,000 litres a day, we produce a range of everyday dairy products including fresh milk,mtindi,plain and flavoured yoghurt, mozzarella cheese, butter and ghee. We have been involved in the dairy business since 1996.We are continuously striving for synergy between technology and human recourse to provide products that meet the quality, performance and pride aspiration of customers.
SALT MINING;Is unique local way of making salt in Tanga and Tanania
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$450.00 per adult
Visit Sisal Plantations & Industrial Processing Plant-Full Day from Tanga City
The sisal industry is the oldest commercially organised agricultural undertaking and one of the longest surviving agricultural industries in Tanzania. Introduced in 1893 by Dr. Richard Hindorf a German Agronomist, as a commercial crop, the sisal industry grew to become the most extensive commercial agriculture and primary processing in Central Africa, spreading to Kenya, Mozambique and Angola. Peak production was reached in 1964 when Tanzania alone produced 234,000 tons grown in Tanga, Morogoro, Coast, Kilimanjaro, Arusha, Singida, Iringa, Mwanza, Shinyanga, Mara, Mtwara and Lindi regions, virtually throughout Tanzania.
Sisal has played a significant role in the country's economy being the largest foreign exchange earner in Tanzania up to the 70's and the largest employer providing employment to over 1,000,000 permanent and casual workers. It is expected to continue as it still provides a well being for 350,000 people in the country.
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$450.00 per adult
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