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Safaris Partners

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Morogoro, Tanzania
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About Safaris Partners
Welcome to SAFARIS PARTNERS, we are local and registered tour operator, specialize in organizing wildlife safari to the Southern and Northern circuit of Tanzania parks like Serengeti National Park, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Arusha National Park, Mikumi National Park, Ruaha National Park, Selous Game Reserve, Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Uluguru Mountains and mountain climbing. If you didn't know Tanzania is home of 22 national parks, many game reservers including the largest game reserve in Africa, we have local partners all over the country who we can link you up with them for some destinations we don't operate. Apart from doing safari we do transfer services for individual and group to any destination in Tanzania. If you didn't know Tanzania is home of the nice white sand beach we also have beach packages holidays to Zanzibar and other coastal towns. We also do Airport pick ups/drop off. Your Tanzania safari starts from here
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2 Days 1 Night Mikumi National Park from Dar es salaam

Very short trip designed for those who want to escape the madness of Dar es Salaam city by taking a weekend on safari. This tour departs and returns to Dar es Salaam,

Mikumi National Park Road Safari is a short tour from Dar es Salaam-Tanzania, which takes you to visit one of the spectacular southern circuit National parks of Tanzania. A good surfaced road connects Mikumi to Dar es Salaam via Morogoro, a roughly 6hour drive.) The park is well-known for its population of elephants, giraffes buffaloes, zebras, elands, greater Kudu, wildebeest,
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2 days
from $530.00

Mikumi National Park Day Trip From Dar Es Salaam Road Trip

This tour is short but you can have a chance to see big four, most accessible from Dar es Salaam. Within its 3230 square. km its set between the Uluguru Mountains to the north and the Lumango Mountains to the south-east. Mikumi hosts buffaloes, giraffes, elephants, lions, pythons zebras, leopards crocodiles and many more just to mention a few.
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14 hours
from $285.00

Dar Es Salaam City Tour. All Must See Things (private Guide And Transfer) 9 Hrs

Dar es Salaam is dynamic, colorful and diverse. Originally a small fishing village known as Mzizima it’s now a bustling city and hub for East African business and trade. Packed with interesting culture, history, food and people our Dar es Salaam city tour will give you a taste of one of East Africa’s most exciting cities. These are a few of the things you’ll see on the tour:
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9 hours
from $196.00

Day trip Hiking to Uluguru Mountains-Choma Waterfalls

Morogoro contain some of the oldest original forest in Africa, and while it is much depleted these days, the range is green and scenic, and offers enjoyable hiking.

From Morogoro the most popular route is to Morningside, an old German mountain hut to the south of town at about 1000m (about two to three hours on foot). The path starts at the Regional Administration buildings about 3km south of the town centre at the end of Boma Rd
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6 to 8 hours
from $40.00

Day Trip to Mikumi National Park from Morogoro

Watch for lions, giraffe, zebra, elephants, and hundreds of bird species on a full-day Mikumi National Park safari from Morogoro that includes morning tea and lunch. An early morning departure from Morogoro takes advantage of the cooler morning hours, and you’ll enjoy sweeping views of the national park as you set out on a day-long game drive.
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11 hours
from $300.00
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Pawel J wrote a review Sep 2020
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We went on a short hiking trip, before an arranged safari the next day. There was a guy demanding 90,000 TSH on our way (clearly fake), and Edward claimed the guy was from the government, collecting entrance fees to the mountains (we refused to pay that). We didn't feel safe after that (well, who could we meet at the park? Another "government employees" demanding more money?) cancelled the trip - so he demanded payment for the fuel he bought keeping our luggage hostage!!! When we called the police, he called the police chief/inspector who is apparently his friend or acquaintance. Maybe the guy was OK pre-Covid (seeing other reviews), but now clearly people are getting desperate. I don't trust him, I don't think you should trust him, I'd advise being very careful with this guy as he is clearly well connected and you don't have much recourse if anything goes wrong.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from SafarisTz, Owner at Safaris Partners
Responded Sep 20, 2020
Wow!! This is what I deserve after all I have done, welcome you to my house, give a free accommodation for two nights and actually offered you a evening hike to the mountain with our guide You didn't even pay that 90,000 when the guide called ms and explained that it was someone from Bahati camp trying to ask some money, so how is this our fault??!! Anyways Very sorry for the experience from the guy from the mountain, as the government changed the regulations you have to pay the entrance on your way to the mountain, so we don't have control of that and we have to pay entrance to reserve the nature We are sorry for your experience and we will work on it and give pre introduction for our future guests We appreciate your comments and working on it for the people from the mountain to treat our guests well ;)
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JessicaLG2007 wrote a review Sep 2020
Paris, France4 contributions3 helpful votes
I recomend Safaris Partners ! They are really professionnal and helpfull. I deales with Edward and my guide was Fred. Both are really nice. Fred can amso speak french and he knows a lot about animals and nature. He is really respectfull with environment and always try to do his best for you to enjoy your trip. Safaris Partners also helped me to go from Mikumi to Inringa. They did their best to make surd I can see as much animals and beautiful landscape as possible. That was one of my best holidays experience.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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You-One C wrote a review Aug 2020
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This was my final trip before departing home. Bagamoyo had a lot history from the Muslims to the Germans to the British. Bagamoyo you can call the melting pots of culture because all of these cultures helped give religion, architecture, and so much more to this city. Plus, you can get gifts here such the local paintings for reasonable prices compared to in Dar es Salaam. If you have the chance, it is a must go because there is so much history here! Safaris Partners did a very good job with every detail of this, and I highly recommend them for your holidays.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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You-One C wrote a review Aug 2020
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Zanzibar was just breathtaking; though I only was there for 3 days. Upon arrival, the first day me and my guide, Edward went to Prison Island. On Prison Island, we saw turtles that lived there over 100 years, and learning the history of this Island, which was outstanding. At the end of the excursion, I went for a nice swim in the very clean, blue Indian Ocean. When we returned to Zanzibar, we had an awesome dinner at the night market. On the second day, we did a spice tour, Jozani Forest, and went to one of the icons of Zanzibar. At the spice tour, the locals give you an informative tour of what spices and herbs are grown and how they are grown. They also give you an opportunity to buy some spices and natural soaps. The best part of the spice tour is at the end where one of the locals climbs the coconut tree to get coconuts while he/she does unique tricks. Then at Jozani Forest, you get some informative history of how this forest was formed. You get to walk around, and also you get to see animals such monkeys that are only found there in the forest. Finally, to end it all, we did see the famous restaurant as seen as pictures known as the Rock. On the final day we did a city tour and went to have lunch with a local family. The city tour was amazing, though a lot of sites were closed due to holiday (i.e. Eid a Muslim holiday) on the Island. The most important site anyone has to see is Freddie Mercury's house. After the tour, we did have holiday lunch at a local's house. The lunch as amazing, and the opportunity was amazing to interact with local people of Zanzibar. Overall, Zanzibar was amazing and Safaris Partners did a really good job organizing this trip!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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You-One C wrote a review Aug 2020
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This safari at Mikumi was just amazing. This is my first safari, and it is a great introduction. Also, if you are short on time and a budget, Mikumi is another reason why to go there. My guide was great, he was punctual and had a lot information on the park and animals. We did see a lot of animals from hippos, elephants, and a lot of exotic birds. Unfortunately, we did not see any lion or lionesses, but that is how nature works sometime.Three days at Mikumi should be suffice though to see all the sites. The accommodation where I stayed at was very reasonable. It gave you all the necessities and most importantly mosquito netting to protect you at night. Also, the food was decent. Lastly, the staff that were managing the place were very amiable to me. Overall, I would highly suggest Mikumi for a safari because it is a great introduction.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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