Tansania

Unzählige Gnus, Zebras und Antilopen durchstreifen die Grasebenen der Serengeti und des Ngorongoro-Kraters auf der Suche nach Wasserlöchern und neuen Weidegründen. Auch die legendären Big Five – Büffel, Nashorn, Elefant, Leopard und Löwe – können mit ein wenig Glück auf einer Pirschfahrt gesichtet werden. Es sind aber nicht nur die Safariabenteuer, die im ostafrikanischen Busch auf Dich warten, auch ein Gigant aus hartem Gestein mit schneebedecktem Gipfel ist hier zu finden: Hochherrschaftlich thront der Kilimanjaro über den weiten Ebenen Tansanias. Schnüre Deine Wanderschuhe und stelle Dich der Herausforderung, den Berg zu besteigen. Über Stock und Stein, durch dichten Dschungel und entlang des Kibo-Kraters geht es bis zum Uhuru Peak auf 5.895 Meter – dem höchsten Punkt des afrikanischen Kontinents.

Reise Bestseller

Road to Zanzibar
Sammele unverfälschte Impressionen aus dem afrikanischen Alltag und mache dich im Grasland der Serengeti auf die Suche nach Afrikas “Big Five”, ehe die weißen Strände von Sansibar locken.
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Serengeti Trail
Trete in die Fußstapfen berühmter Tierforscher in der Serengeti und komme den tierischen Bewohnern bei einer Safari ganz nahe. Ein Camping am Victoriasee macht die Reise perfekt.
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The Masai Heartlands
Afrika aus dem Bilderbuch! In der Heimat der Masai erwarten Sie bekannte Naturschutzgebiete, Nationalparks und intensive Begegnungen.
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Best of East Africa
Ostafrikas Naturparadiese von Nairobi bis Sansibar – am Ende dieser Reise wirst Du Dich fragen, ob das alles wahr oder Du nur einen wunderschönen Traum hattest.
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Kilimanjaro: Machame Route
Ein 360° Panoramablick, spektakuläre Aussicht auf den „Kibo” und Gipfelglück winken als Belohnung für den anstrengenen Aufstieg.
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Cycle Tanzania
Außergewöhnlich und abenteuerlich: unsere Cycling Tour durch Tansania voller spannender Begegnungen vor der einmaligen Naturkulisse Ostafrikas
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Best of East Africa
Ostafrikas Naturparadiese von Nairobi bis Sansibar – am Ende dieser Reise wirst Du Dich fragen, ob das alles wahr oder Du nur einen wunderschönen Traum hattest.
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Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Das Sansibar Archipel ist ein Paradies – unberührte Buchten mit glasklarem Wasser laden zum Baden und Schnorcheln ein.
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Kilimanjaro: Marangu Route
Der Aufstieg auf 5.896m und ein Ausblick über die ostafrikanische Savanne lassen alle Strapazen sofort vergessen - Ein Abenteuer der besonderen Art!
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Weitere Tansania Reisen

Die 10 besten Landschaften in Tansania

1. Serengeti Nationalpark

Die offenen Savannen der Serengeti sind der Inbegriff dessen, was wir uns unter Afrika vorstellen. Bei morgentlichen Safaris heftest Du Dich auf die Spur der „Big Five“: Büffel, Löwen, Nashörner, Leoparden und Elefanten sind alle im Park zu Hause.

2. Mt Kilimanjaro

Auf den Gipfel des Mt Kili zu klettern, ist der Gipfel jeder Afrikareise. Es geht vorbei an Eisfeldern, Wiesen und Kakteen zum Dach Afrikas. Dich erwarten die umwerfendsten Panoramen des Kontinents.

3. Sansibar

Auf Sansibar mischen sich persische, arabische, afrikanische und indische Kulturen zu einem neuen Ganzen und mischen sich mit den frischen Gewürzen der Insel. Im Inneren der Insel warten tropische Obstgärten, an den Küsten perfekte Strände und dahinter das türkise Meer – was will man mehr?

4. Ngorongoro Krater

Der 20 Kilometer breite Krater ist eine wahre Arche Noah. Vom Zeltlager am Rand des Kraters hat man einen umwerfenden Blick auf die überbordende Tierwelt zwischen der man sich wenig später wiederfindet. Seit Grzimek ein Muss.

5. Dar es Salaam

Das wohltuend entspannte Dar es Salaam ist eine moderne Stadt mit uralten Wurzeln. Am Hafen zeigt sich die Stadt von ihrer kolonialen Seite: Tansania neu erleben!

6. Tengeru

Willkommen bei einer typischen Bauernfamilie. Die Einheimischen sind sehr gastfreundlich und werden Dir beibringen, wie man eine Kuh melkt, Hühner füttert und einen perfekten Tee aus Zitronengrass braut.

7. Olduvai Schlucht

Ganz in der Nähe des Ngorongoro Kraters liegt die Schlucht, die als ´Wiege der Menschheit´ gilt. Der Ort, an dem alles begann. Denke daran, wenn Du die archäologische Grabungsstätte besuchst.

8. Lake Manyara

In diesem Nationalpark laufen einem alle möglichen Tiere über den Weg, inklusive der ´Big Five´. Die Spezialität des Parks? Löwen, die auf Bäume klettern. Richtig gehört, sie klettern auf Bäume. Verrückt, oder?

9. Karatu

Lassen wir die Tierwelt Tansanias einmal hinter uns: Karati liegt im Bergland und ist umgeben von Kaffeeplantagen. Ein idealer Ort, um sich unter die Einheimischen zu mischen und in Ruhe eine Tasse afrikanischen Kaffee zu probieren.

10. Usambara Berge

Die sattgrünen Berge sind gute 25 Millionen Jahre alt und bieten endlose Möglichkeiten zu wandern. Mit einem Guide finden sich schnell die besten Wege zu Flora und Fauna. Und Du lernst, was es mit dem Usambaraveilchen auf sich hat.

Transport in Tansania

Wir bei Intrepid glauben, dass Hinkommen und Rumkommen die Hälfte des Spaßes ist, wenn man ein neues Land entdeckt. Wo möglich, nutzen wir lokale Transportmöglichkeiten und traditionelle Verkehrsmittel – ihr ökologischer Fußabdruck ist oft kleiner, man unterstützt Kleinunternehmen vor Ort – und außerdem macht es viel mehr Spaß.

Abhängig von Deiner Reise in Tansania nutzen wir zum Beispiel:

Überland-Fahrzeug

Im für unsere Bedürfnisse angepassten Safari-Fahrzeug bist Du nahe dran an der Tierwelt. Das Gefährt ist so gebaut, dass es im Busch gut voran kommt und Dir beste Aussichten bietet.

Fähre

Genieße die Blicke auf die Küste von Afrika beim Weg von Dar es Salaam nach Sansibar.

Unterbringung in Tansania

Mit Intrepid zu reisen, ist die etwas andere Erfahrung. Wir wollen Reisenden ein authentisches Gefühl für das Land geben, deshalb sind die Unterkünfte bei uns so einzigartig und traditionell wie möglich.

Wenn Du mit uns in Tansania reist, übernachtest Du zum Beispiel in einer

Berghütte

Berghütten, in denen Du schlafen kannst, findest Du immer wieder am Rand des Weges hinauf zum Kilimanjaro.

Lodge

In den beeindruckenden Nationalparks und Reservaten Tansanias bieten gemütliche Lodges das kleine bisschen Extrakomfort.

Gibt man in Tansania Trinkgeld?

In Tansania ist Trinkgeld nicht verpflichtend, wird aber sehr gerne angenommen, was angesichts der niedrigen Löhne in der Dienstleistungsbranche auch verständlich ist. Träger, Führer oder Fahrer freuen sich über einen kleinen Obolus, und im Restaurant die Rechnung aufzurunden, kommt auch sehr gut an.

Wie sieht es in Tansania mit dem Internetzugang aus?

In Internetcafés in den großen Städten kommt man sehr schnell und einfach ins Netz, in den ländlichen und abgelegenen Regionen des Landes sollte man nicht davon ausgehen, Internetzugang zu bekommen.

Kann ich in Tansania mein Mobiltelefon nutzen

In den meisten städtischen Zentren Tansanias hast Du guten Empfang, aber in den abgelegenen Regionen ist das Netz nicht so gut ausgebaut. Bevor Du nach Tansania reist, solltest Du Dich zu Hause erkundigen, ob Dein Anbieter das globale Roaming bei Dir aktiviert hat.

Wie sieht es mit Toiletten in Tansania aus?

Überall findet man Hocktoiletten. In einigen touristischen Regionen und in größeren Hotels  und modernen Gebäuden gibt es auch unsere klassischen Toiletten. Du solltest immer Dein eigenes Toilettenpapier und Seife dabei haben, da Du beides selten vor Ort vorfindest.

Was kostet…?

Ein Snack an der Straße = 1,000 TZS

Eine Flasche Bier = 2,000 TZS

Ein Teller Essen vor Ort = 3,000 TZS

Ein Abendessen in einem internationalen Restaurant = 10,000-20,000 TZS

Kann ich in Tansania Leitungswasser trinken?

Wir können Dir nicht empfehlen, in Tansania Leitungswasser zu trinken. Versuche aus Umweltschutzgründen ein nachfüllbares Gefäß zu nutzen anstatt abgefülltes Wasser zu kaufen. Dein Reiseleiter weiß, wo Du filtriertes Wasser kaufen kannst und auch einige der Hotels, die wir nutzen, haben Trinkwasser vorrätig. Und nicht vergessen: Eis in Getränken besser vermeiden und alle Früchte und Gemüse vor dem Essen schälen.

Werden in Tansania Kreditkarten akzeptiert?

In großen Hotels und westlich orientierten Restaurants werden Kreditkarten akzeptiert, nicht aber in kleineren Geschäften. Stelle sicher, dass Du immer ausreichend Bargeld dabei hast, falls es einmal mit der Karte nicht klappt.

Wie sieht es mit Geldautomaten in Tansania aus?

In den größeren Städten sieht man heutzutage immer mehr Geldautomaten. Anders sieht es in kleinen Orten und abgelegenen Regionen aus. Hier solltest Du immer genug Bargeld dabei haben, falls es keinen Geldautomaten vor Ort gibt.

Benötige ich eine Reiseversicherung, bevor ich nach Tansania fahre?

Auf jeden Fall. Alle Kunden von Intrepid müssen zu Beginn der Reise nachweisen, dass sie vor der Reise eine solche Versicherung erworben haben. Aufgrund der höchst unterschiedlichen Gesundheitsversorgung weltweit ist das bei jeder Reise essentiell.

Reviews

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Michael Lewer

First time with intrepid and i enjoyed the diversity of the group and the guides were well informed and willing to share their knowledge. The Killy crew gave me the confidence of knowing that i was in safe hands.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Nigel Stokes

If you’re a solo adventure traveller, the Intrepid trips are always great fun, with a good mix of like minded people from all over the world. Always leaves life long memories & friends

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Caroline Blanchard

Incredible experience, tour leader Sam was excellent and would definitely recommend this trip.

Kilimanjaro - Machame Route
Steven Osborne

The climb is tough and should not be under estimated (the final summit push will really test your stamina and resolve). However, the rewards of reaching the summit are more than worth it and will live long in the memory.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Knox Bunting

Had a great time on the Kilimanjaro climb. A great way to challenge yourself meet new people and enjoy some breathtaking scenery.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Mark Taylor

Was very impressed with the reputation of Intrepid overseas. Many of those who worked for the company have such a high regard for the working conditions and benefits this company provides for the Guides, cooks, drivers & support staff.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Priam Heire

You are in very capable hands with Intrepid: Don’t think about it, do it!

Cycle Tanzania
Brigitta Kool

Cycle Tanzania is challenging. The most important thing to prepare for is being fully comfortable with how all 22 gears on a bike work. Practice this on steep inclines, rocky roads, dirt and sand. The trip is extra hard if your not confident with this. I suggest your fit but don’t have to be super fit. You need to be some one who doesn’t mind being dirty for a day or two and having no problem roughing it a bit. This trip is a Adventure in every sense where everyone gets hands on to enjoy all elements of the trip. There is more culture experiences than riding time and plenty of recovery if you don’t do the optional activities Remember that tipping is part of the trip with extra guides.

Cycle Tanzania
Kelly Wickham

This trip was absolutely a real life experience that you would not get by vehicle, keep in mind the cycling element was a lot more difficult than I expected and you should be a confident rider in all different mountain biking terrain. I would highly recommend this trip with Justaz and his crew!!

Cycle Tanzania
Scott Domes

A fantastic experience, the best way to see the country. Guides were top notch!

Kilimanjaro - Machame Route
Philip Liles

Climbing Kilimanjaro was a lifetime ambition and it did,nt disappoint incredibly hard, do not under estimate. prepare well certainly recommend Machame route as it gives more time to adjust to height.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Nicola Moyne

Despite it being the toughest thing I’ve ever done, I can’t recommend this trip enough – an incredible experience from beginning to end. Pack LOTS of layers, keep your phone and camera battery in an inside pocket come summit night to stop them from freezing, and be prepared for the adventure of a lifetime.

Kilimanjaro - Machame Route
Paul Mc Donnell

Bring your own sleeping bag if necessary.

Kilimanjaro - Rongai Route
Rebekah Wilson

Climbing Kilimanjaro is physically and mentally the hardest thing I’ve ever done. My tip for other travellers is to keep going despite the exhaustion because the view from Uhuru Peak is stunning.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Magda Lima

Trust the guide, don’t overestimate yourself, be nice to everyone, specially the people that are helping you to reach the summit. Be nice to the people of your group, you are not travelling alone.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Sara Lavery

This trip is second to none. The kind of scenery you will get to explore is only possible in this kind of catamaran. The crew, the boat, the activities — I cannot say enough good things. It was a trip of a lifetime to get in touch with nature, a new culture, and learn from some outstanding crew members. Thank you to the boat crew and thank you Intrepid!

Kilimanjaro - Rongai Route
Craig Crosby

A challenging ascent of Adrica’s Highest mountain made easier through the commitment, organisation and caring of the Intrepid team.

Kilimanjaro - Rongai Route
Marcia Chepkirui

Next time after doing more trips with you.

Cycle Tanzania
Maura Paterson

Fun and challenging, a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Cycle Tanzania
Karen Jones

This was a fantastic trip with an enthusiastic guide and team. Camping in the Serengeti was unforgettable, and the safaris were great. The inclusion of the cycling makes you feel closer to the landscape and local culture, and the included trips give a great insight into the diversity in Tanzania. Thanks Justaz and all

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Robert Gamble

Such a challenging walk but the scenery the crew and the sense of achievement made it all worthwhile.

Cycle Tanzania
Stephen Kemp

It’s such a great way to experience the Tanzanian wildlife and local culture up close, and having Justaz on hand with his encyclopaedic knowledge of the area made it all the better! The whole team did an awesome job, it was an unforgettable trip.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Kylie Shields

This is a definite WOW trip and sailing is the best way to explore the exquisite waters of the Zanzibar archipelago. The trip includes a fabulous itinerary – which takes in incredibly beautiful beaches, the crew are super attentive and competent, the food prepared by David is ridiculously delicious. Just take note, all accommodation is onboard, so you need to adaptable and prepared to share fairly confined spaces with strangers and be comfortable in doing so.

Cycle Tanzania
Sharon Fox

Thanks to Justaz and the team for providing an experience not to be forgotten. The combination of cycling,safari and cultural activities providing a locals insight to Tanzania was unforgettable. Whilst the cycling at times could be tough due to the combination of the altitude, heat and dust, it was extremely rewarding. Experiencing wild animals so close and the Masai in their own environment was not to be missed. Tips: pack carefully, lightly, wet wipes, spare camera batteries. Thank you to my fellow travellers for making it so memorable. Asante sana!

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Nicola Hodson

A fabulous sailing trip. Expect a couple,of long sailing days with little activity but time to relax on the boat. Highlights include good food including freshly caught fish on the boat, very few tourists in many places, great snorkelling, options to kayak and paddle board and see fab sunsets while on board. Plus visits to islands and meeting locals…be aware that there will be no shops etc on the trip so stock up,in advance on sun cream, snacks, drinks etc if you need (wine, beer and some soft drinks can be bought on board at a reasonable price). Cabins were more spacious than other cats I have been on and had an en suite although showering at the back of the boat at sunset still the best option! Highly recommended.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Gabrielle Wilson

I loved the sailing trip because it was very beautiful sailing around untouched islands. The scenery was unreal and it was great being able to get out and about and explore the islands and to chill out on the beaches and do activities such as paddles and nature and village walks. The boat was very comfortable, the food great and the people very friendly and accommodating. As a tip I would suggest making sure that you bring a lot of sunscreen and be sun safe as you will probably be out on the front of the boat and the sun can be quite intense.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Sirma Dogan

Intrepid is a serious and very well organized Travelcompany, you get to see places and things that you woulnt imagine, and even if you go alone you feel yourself like in a family after just a short time, i am very recommanding this travelcompany to those who wants to explore the world from the natural and beautiful side.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Carl Lang

Take an extra day on marangu. 5 days is too short unless you are happy being very sick for the 2nd half

Tanzania Safari under Canvas
Robert Collie

Be prepared for some corrugated roads. But it’s worth it.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Robert Collie

You need to understand sailing is different to other forms of travel. Boats have special traits. Catching fish should be added to trip notes as part of the experience. Overall it was a great trip, made nicer by the personalities of the skipper, the cook and the two local crew.

Cycle Tanzania
Michael Kennedy

The experience was excellent and well looked after by the team. The team made it that little bit more special

Cycle Tanzania
William Goodwin

1. Capetown to Victoria Falls; 2. Kerala, India; 3. Jakarta to Ubud, Indonesia – I enjoyed them all immensely.

Cycle Tanzania
Patrick Canty

A wonderful way to experience Africa. The combination of cycling and touring was special. Cultural exchanges were unforced and everyone in our group appreciated the animals and nature. We are still in contact and have shared images of the trip. We look forward to returning.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Denise Schwahn

A great combination of outdoors, animals, and exertion! Summitting Kili is a major achievement. Made great friends that I hope to travel with again.

Cycle Tanzania
Jenny Canty

Note that mountain bikes are used for a reason. Note the Fitness rating is 4/5. We are fit but we are over 60. We could have prepared better. But go anyway, it was fantastic and being with younger people is rejuvenating!

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Brian Crowley

This trip combines Serengeti and a rapid ascent of Kilimanjaro in that order, each is very fulfilling but also quite exhausting in different ways and you may want to consider if this is the best order in which to do these activities. Don’t attempt Kili without preparation, for an independent perspective on what to expect on the Marangu route read https://www.mountkilimanjaroguide.com/kilimanjaro-marangu.html and remember that this tour includes only the 5 night option…

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Elena Lissitsyna

This is a very unique experience for anyone looking to get off the beaten path and truly explore the serenity and nature of Zanzibar and the surrounding islands. From spotting whales and dolphins, to catching fresh tuna for dinner, to snorkeling and exploring secluded islands, and visiting a remote village in Pemba, you will have a very memorable and fun experience.

Cycle Tanzania
Fran Patterson

An amazing way to discover East Africa, especially if (like me) you want to see amazing sights like The Serengeti and the Ngorogoro Crater but are too energetic to sit still all day. Biking allowed me to feel a much more authentic connection to both the land and the beautiful people of Tanzania.

Cycle Tanzania
Jemma Southall

Best organised trip have been on. Wildlife amazing. Accommodation very basic but always comfy.Guides extremely knowledgeable & always felt in safe hands. Food great. would definitely recommend this tour and take clothes you can leave behind for recycling. Take snacks & isotonic for rides. Amazing trip-do it!

Cycle Tanzania
Martin Davey

Cycling Tanzania has been one of the best experiences of my life with memories I will treasure forever. The aspects that contributed to this are the activities included on the trip, the group of like minded people you travel with and the superb tour leader / crew. Do not let the physical rating put you off as on my tour the amount of cycling was tailored to individuals. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone who wants a real cultural experience with a difference.

Cycle Tanzania
Ian Glover

This trip was amazing and exceeded expectations. The countryside, the Tanzanian people, and seeing the big 5 (and the ugly 5) were all special. The riding was at times challenging, but rewarding. We had ample opportunity to get up close to the Tanzanian people and I would highly recommend this trip to people who like a physical challenge and to learn about other cultures, and of course to experience the wildlife.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Sabine Kona

The trip was excellent – a seafari. We have seen several wales and dolphines, snorkelling around Mnemba and Mesali was excellent. There are additonal nice activities like kajaking, village visit,.. You will def loose every sense of time and relax, no tourists, just nature. The crew was so nice, very kind and careing. Be prepared to eat a lot of delicous, fresh seafood! 10+ for this trip!

Cycle Tanzania
Di Matheson

Please feel free to summarise my notes to make a short review for travellers to use.

Cycle Tanzania
Judy Glover

Where do I begin?! This trip was my first safari tour experience and it far exceeded any expectations I may have had. Our tour guide was excellent in every way. Knowledgeable, respectful, generous with his time, incredibly patient and managed to adjust the daily activities, particularly the cycling schedules, to cater for the wide variety of ages, abilities, experience and fitness in our group of 11. The cycling was challenging but a phenomenal way to experience the local environment, culture and way of life and created a wonderful sense of personal achievement (I’m 65 and only started riding a bike 6 months ago!). The game drives where we saw all of the big 5 and ugly 5, a vast variety of stunning birdlife, close and personal contact with various local cultural groups and seeing and experiencing their way of life, was absolutely brilliant. Will recommend this trip to anyone who is (a bit more than) moderately fit, has a strong sense of adventure and wants to see and experience the ‘real’ Tanzania. Love, love, loved it!

Cycle Tanzania
Peter Newton

Please refer to initial comments on trip. I’m very happy for you to use them. Also happy to discuss either, any of my comments or suggestions in relation to this trip. +61428577733 Melbourne, Oz. Having designed and over seen construction of racks for high end (6-10k) bikes before, the current design which I spoke to both Karimi & Justaz about is a shocker in not protecting the bikes and is unbelievably slow and cumbersome, this can be significantly improved while protecting the bikes which will reduce time, maintenance & damage.

Cycle Tanzania
Susan Bourke

Please refer to my first comments.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Annalene Mc Conville

Once in a life time experience. The guides, porters and cooks were very professional, hugely motivating and knowledgeable. The scenery is absolutely beautiful. I would recommend people to bring extra warm gloves and warmers for your hands and feet as the last hike to the top is very very cold.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Nahida Khan

I think it would helpful to include info on the website regarding preparation for the actual summit night. The worst the temperature can get and all the extra layers needed. their should be info on worst case scenario prep. I would suggest that the guides do not advise people to not take their diamox the evening of the summit. The site could also include info on whats available at each hut. The info on the website appears to be the minimum the travelers need to know but I think it would be helpful to include the maximum info.

Cycle Tanzania
Faye Wall

The most amazing cycling tour which isn’t just about the cycling. You get a real taste of tanzania, time in the best national parks. The rides vary according to the groups ability. I enjoyed the fact it was not all about the bike. So amazing to be cycling amongst the animals and beautiful countryside! I loved this trip and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys cycling whatever your level

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Ramona Toreki

Climbing Kilimanjaro is a 5 star experience! You will be so grateful for the staff and porters therefore beside of you tip you will be happy to donate your clothes to them! If you want to think ahead take a gift with you: Water repellent shoe and clothes protector ( you cant really buy it in Africa). That will help them to maintain their clothes longer in the changing weather.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Maria Castro Agra

Really nice trip, description is not completly accurate. Really nice overall experience.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Sirma Dogan

Intrepid is a serious and very well organized Travelcompany, you get to see places and things that you woulnt imagine, and even if you go alone you feel yourself like in a family after just a short time, i am very recommanding this travelcompany to those who wants to explore the world from the natural and beautiful side.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Shane Worthington

Sailing Zanzibar is an unforgettable experience, the perfect mix between adventure and relaxation. The crew were amazing and catered to our every need, big thanks to Caio, David, Omar and Khamis.

Kilimanjaro - Rongai Route
Mara Ghiorghies

Pre rent or buy every single item listed on the packing list – they are invaluable!

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Kathryn Williamson

Absolutely fabulous trip. Make sure you take a good book and some cards. BYO your alcohol and snacks if you need them. There are no ATMs outside of stone town so make sure you are prepared.

Cycle Tanzania
Cynthia Seltzer

This trip was everything that I was hoping for, a combination of physical challenge, cultural exposure, and safaris! Trip leaders were knowledgable and supportive. Cycling was a nice way to feel close to the people and country. Definitely recommend!

Tanzania Safari under Canvas
Todd Marlo

Have a good camera, you will see animals and it will be surreal.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Herve Irankunda

I just did a small research while on Kilimanjaro, as Intrepid said the success rate to Uhuru makes totally sense, considering even on our team, we made it. keep up the good work Intrepid.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Erin Pike

Mt Kilimanjaro was tough, but the memories and friendships made during this amazing trip were worth every bit of hard work. Plus the food was amazing!

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
David Fortune

A relaxing sailing holiday after a dusty safari. Long sailing/motoring days to enjoy the sea. You may want to have a good book/sudoku.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Birgit Davidson

the duffel bags are not waterproof despite it says so in brochure!!!!!!!!!!!! Items need to be in plastic bags before beeing placed in the duffel bags provided in order to stay dry

Cycle Tanzania
Helen Varley

We had a fantastic adventure – unexpected and amazing experiences and diverse and spectacular scenery. Take an open mind and remember you’re in Africa. Pack wisely, learn some basic Swahili and be prepared for some challenging rough and dusty roads.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Keri Dunphy

Unforgettable adventure – camping with wild animals outside our tents in the Serengeti, visiting Ngorongoro crater and a once in a lifetime trek to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. One of the best trips I have ever taken – animals, culture and a physical challenge. Tanzania should be a priority on your travel bucket list!

Cycle Tanzania
Heather Cross

This tour explored the region in depth and the many forms of transport used added to the sense of adventure. As a cycle commuter, I found the off-road cycling terrain challenging at times but you quickly get used to the conditions and the bikes were well equipped. Be prepared for long, dusty days and roughing it! The crew were all excellent and knowledgeable.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Annette Rogenhofer

I travel a lot. But this was one of the most amazing tours I ever did. We entered on our tour a different untouched world and took care that it will stay this way. We had fun, time for chatting, doing some sport activities, had even the luck to watch wales and dolphins. Perfect trip. Rating 100 out of 100. THANKS AGAIN for the wonderful experience Annette

Cycle Tanzania
Hillary Newediuk

Amazing trip!

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Mair Williams

The sailing trip around Zanzibar and surrounding islands was a jewel of a trip . It gives a wonderful opportunity to be close to the natural world, see stunning wildlife and have an insight into local communities .

Cycle Tanzania
Leigh Sturgiss

The trip was simply wonderful, the ability to cycle off road as well the safari aspects meant a trip that will be forever in my memory.

Cycle Tanzania
Gerard Mccreton

Tanzania is a large country with poor roads. So be prepared for some dusty and bumpy commutes. The mix of cycling and bus rides is a great way to see this country and experience the locals and wildlife up close. And to feel safe at all times.

Cycle Tanzania
Stephen Gunn

Exceptional trip. A tough itinary, but lots of variety, good bikes, great guides, and plenty adventure. Really felt like we got off the beaten path, and had good interaction with real locals. Safaris were superb.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Tracy Tassell

Wonderful trip made better by an awesome crew. Loved catching fresh fish and having it for dinner. Local village trip was great. The cabins quite big w ensuite a bonus. The crew are 5 star. Plenty of sailing, a lot on open water take sea sickness pills. But professional friendly caring crew looking after you 24/7. I gonna give a 10/10

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route
Justin Lane

The summit walk to Kilimanjaro is one of the most challenging things I’ve ever done, but making it to final sign was worth every step. If you are a bit stubborn, not afraid of a challenge and want experience something bucket list worthy – this trip is for you.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Bridget Kramer

Incredible sailing adventure from Zanzibar to Pemba Island and around! Gorgeous waters, lovely islands, great snorkelling. Ladies – take some modest clothes as you may visit some local villages. Overall, a beautiful break from reality in the remote sea with very capable crew.

Zanzibar Spice Islands Sailing Adventure
Douglas Postels

An interesting trip, but needs some ironing out with accommodations, food, and excursions. Be warned that this 7 day trip has only 3 days on Pemba. The first and last days are minimal and there are two full days of sailing.


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