Monday, December 11, 2017

Zara Charity Sustainable Goal is to ensure development is a positive experience for local people


ZARA Charity being part of ZARA tours sustainable tourism plan believes education can be the best approach in transforming communities . Together with our friends and sponsors we focus on building a support system for children by constructing better facility for them to stay and learn, ensuring access to safe and healthy learning environments, strengthening teaching quality,.

                           One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time.

Join the movement | Volunteer | Donate | Sponsor | Support  (@www.zaracharitytanzania.org)

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Kilimanjaro Health Run 2018


The Kilimanjaro Health Run is conducted every year on the beginning of December  as we celebrate the World's Aid Day. This year the health run was celebrated at the Majengo football field and it was highly sponsored by Zara Charity and Zara Tours.


This years' aim was to ensure the transmission of HIV Aids in our country goes down to 0%. Many runners within and outside the country joined the movement as a sign of support and all with the aim of eradicating HIV Aids.


As we all know many people in our country have lost their family members and friends to this terrifying disease, it is our responsibility to ensure we all join and support all the movements aiming at diminishing the disease.


Zara Charity is a non profit organization founded by Ms Zainab Ansell the director of Zara Tanzania Adventure who initiated a global movement of sustainable tourism and giving back to the community through the network of travel industry partners, organizations, travelers and global citizens who are interested in reaching out and supporting the vulnerable groups in Tanzania.

Saturday, December 2, 2017

TANZANIA: DIPLOMATS REPRESENTING TANZANIA ABROAD TO SCALE MOUNT KILIMANJARO WITH ZARA TANZANIA ADVENTURES (ZARA TOURS)

 
 
Tanzanian Ambassadors Mt. Kilimanjaro challenge 2017 is another event in the History of Tanzania for Ambassadors to scale Mt. Kilimanjaro. Accompanied by the slogan “DIPLOMACY AND TOURISM ELEVATED TO THE HIGHEST PEAK OF AFRICA” The event is the opportunity for Ambassadors to experience the challenge of scaling the highest roof of Africa and promote tourism in their places of work.

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The Managing Director for Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), Devotha Mdachi, explained that the board had organized the expedition to enhance the capacity of the envoys and broaden their scope in promoting tourist attractions where they work.
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She further explained that the Algeria’s Ambassador to Qatar, Abdelaziz Sebaa, TTB staff as well as officers from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation also joined the Envoys.
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They would come across many attractions while climbing the mountain, which will give them much to talk about when promoting tourist attractions in Tanzania, The idea is for them to be able to promote Tanzania as a leading tourist destination with unique attractions, she said, adding through the climbing expedition, the envoys would implement the economic diplomacy through advertising tourist attractions abroad.
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She said the board was calling upon other ambassadors representing Tanzania abroad to use the opportunity to climb Mt Kilimanjaro to promote tourism in their workplaces.
 
The Algeria’s Ambassador, Mr. Sebaa who is also the chairman of foreign diplomats accredited to Qatar, said that was special opportunity to climb Mt Kilimanjaro and see other touristic attractions in Tanzania.
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The tour of the diplomats has been coordinated by TTB and will be guided by Moshi-based Zara Tanzania Adventure. With about 4,900 meters from its base to 5,895 meters above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest freestanding mountain in the world
  

Thursday, November 9, 2017

KILIMANJARO EXPERIENCE WITH ZARA TOURS



Celebrating 30 Years of Service in Africa, ZARA TOURS, founded in 1987, is Tanzania’s unrivaled No 1 Kilimanjaro trekking company and one of the largest safari operators in the Region. Currently own and operate 2 hotels 2Lodges and 4-tented camps in Tanzania, Provide VIP, honeymoon and regular tours; ground handling services, individual, groups and corporations from all over the world.

Monday, October 23, 2017

IKOMA WILDCAMP SAFARI - (NIGHT GAME DRIVE - USD $85 Per Person )



A Safari in our open side game vehicle along river Gru-meti from 20.00 Hrs up to 21.00 hrs. There are chances of spotting nocturnal animals like Leopard, Sevo, Weasel , large spotted genet, common genet, marsh mongoose, hyenas, aardwolf, honey badger African golden cat and African wildcat.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

IKOMA WILDCAMP SAFARI (WALKING SAFARI - USD $20 Per Person )


Starts from 1600 hrs up to 1800Hrs, walking along river grumet with your walking guide and an armed ranger. 
















There are high chances of meeting the African ele-phants buffalos and lions.
Learn some medicinal trees, geographical features, in-sects, etc’
Learn about the history of the local tribe.
Guests will have a chance seeing the sun setting in the African sky and served with drink of their choice at ex-tra cost.

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Friday, September 22, 2017

Ngorongoro Wildcamp





Located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Map), the unique and comfortable Camps  offers Various contemporary amenities such as Dining & Bar Activities, internet, Sundowner cocktails to Bush meals at a private site, fire place, Maasai barbecue, Ngorongoro Multi-cuisine restaurant provide a memorable wild experience.

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Zara Tours Continues Efforts Towards Environmentally Conscious Practices


TANZANIA, AFRICA–Zara Tours, one of the top tour operators in Tanzania and East Africa, is furthering its environmentally conscious mission statement with help from travelers from all around the world. Visitors can participate in the biannual Clean Up Mount Kilimanjaro trek and tour the breathtaking Serengeti National Park, all while contributing to a cleaner, healthier planet.
This November, adventurers from every continent will come to Tanzania to help Clean Up Mount Kilimanjaro while climbing one of the tallest mountains in the world. Trekkers will get to enjoy the majesty of the mountain for a discount off the usual guided trek price, in exchange for their help collecting trash from the trails and helping keep the mountain clear for future climbers
For those who want to help–but don’t want to hike–Zara Tours extends an invitation to tour the incredible Serengeti National Park. The 12,000 square miles of the Serengeti is home to the largest animal migrations and is a protected ecosystem for countless species. Through the Kili Cleaning Package offered via Zara Tours, you can volunteer and help to make Kilimanjaro a cleaner, more beautiful place! Those who join us for this option can get a 15 percent discount from the regular rate, plus 20 percent of your money paid will go to the ZARA Charity, supporting charitable projects in Tanzania!
 Awarded sustainable business awards and recognition for efforts in promoting environmentally conscious tourism, Zara Tours is excited to invite passionate adventurers to make a difference on their next trip to Tanzania.

About ZARA TOURS
ZARA TOURS, founded in 1987, is Tanzania’s unrivaled No 1 Kilimanjaro trekking company and one of the largest safari operators in the region. Zara Tours organize full-service travel experiences in Tanzania; and provides various choices of safaris, and climbs of Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru, and expeditions in Zanzibar. Zara Tours own and operates two hotels, two lodges and four tented camps in the northern circuit of Tanzania. Zara Tours provide airport transfer, city-to-city transfer, VIP and regular tour services, to groups and corporations from all over the world. Zara offers additional experiences in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, and Ethiopia. The company owns 102, 4×4 Land Rovers, 4×4 mini buses, and 4×4 Land Cruisers (all equipped with viewing roofs). The company’s 88 registered Kilimanjaro tour guides speak English, German, French, and Spanish. ZARA TOURS also runs ZARA Charity, which plays a vital role in the local community by supporting vulnerable groups such as orphans, the Maasai women’s group, and more.
For more information about Zara Tours, contact: zainab@zaratours.com

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Mrs. Zainab Ansell :African Travel 100 Women Winner


Mrs. Zainab Ansell is the owner and Director of ZARA TOURS, founded in 1986. Zara is Tanzania’s unrivaled No 1 Kilimanjaro trekking company and one of the largest safari operators in the region.
Organize full-service travel experiences in Tanzania; propose various choices of Safaris, the climbing of Mt Kilimanjaro, Mt Meru and expeditions in the Islands of Zanzibar. Own and operate 2 Hotels, 2 lodges and 4-tented Camps in the northern circuit of Tanzania. Provide Airport transfer, city-to-city transfer, VIP and regular tour services, groups and corporations from all over the world.
The company owns 102, 4×4 Land Rovers, 4×4 mini buses, 4×4 land cruisers (all equipped with viewing roofs) the company has 88 registered Kilimanjaro guides, who speaks English, German, French, and Spanish.
Zara Tours is also accountable to Humanitarian assistance, under ZARA Charity a non-government organization established since 15/06/2009. The organization aims at supporting vulnerable groups in the community.
 http://www.atqnews.com/ng/zainab-ansell-african-travel-100-women/

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Mount Kilimanjaro Porters Society

 
The Mount Kilimanjaro Porter's Society was created by ZARA Tours in 2004 for the purpose of preventing the exploitation of the local population and preserving the local environment through sustainable tourism. Before the founding of the Mount Kilimanjaro Porter's Society, there was no regulating body to ensure the safety and well-being of the porters summiting the mountain. Given the need for employment, these individuals were endangering their lives to secure work, they received poor quality provisions and safety gear, they overloaded themselves with equipment, and they were not paid fair wages. Also during this time, few porters possessed significant knowledge about sustaining Mount Kilimanjaro's ecosystem or habitat. The creation of the Porter's Society has fought hard to alleviate these challenges through central coordination.
Now the Porter's Society is an established organization with its own constitution, includes over 700 porters, and is completely self governed. The ultimate goals of this society are to protect the rights of the porters that work on Mount Kilimanjaro. The first of it's kind in the area, some of the beneficial measures provided by the MKPS include:
 (1) Weight limits on the amount of gear porters are required to carry
 (2) Minimum standards for wages, rations, and sufficient gear
 (3) Free English education classes
(4) Free first aid and mountain safety education classes
(5) Free educational classes on sustainable tourism and environmental conservation of the mountain
(6) Micro-finance loan assistance and provision of emergency funds for porters' families. 
(7) Health insurance for all porters under MKPS

Additionally, the porters of this society take part in two climbs per year in which they clean the mountain on their way to the top. In these ways the Porter's Society is working very hard to protect the health and safety of the porters while at the same time supporting the community and providing better customer service for tourists.
If you would like to find out more about the Kilimanjaro Porter's Society, please visit their website at http://www.kilimanjaro-porters.org

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

HELP US BUILD A CLASSROOM FOR THE MAASAI CHILDREN

 
     Every  child deserves a good start and that is why Zara Charity provides pre  school educational opportunity to children at the Ngorongoro  Conservation Area which will contribute to their educational development  and enhance school achievement later.


    Currently the maasai children get pre-school education where they  learn Swahili, English, basic skills and gaining exposure to classroom  environment this motivates their families to be more supportive of the  formal education and the children stay in school longer and do better.



 Zara Charity with the help from friends and donors from all over the world aims at finishing the classrooms and dormitories used by  the maasai children by furnishing them with all necessary equipment to  sustain the children comfortably. Follow this link to support the pre school project in Ngorongor Crater by Zainab Ansell.


 

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Zainab Ansell a star among the Top 100 women in Tourism Africa



Zainab and the entire Zara Tours team we wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation for all who voted for Mama Zara (Zainab Ansell)  as one among the top 100 women in tourism. We appreciate everyone from around the world for this great support!!!!

Monday, August 7, 2017

Special OFFER - Marangu 5-Day Route








It is referred to as the tourist route because of services available on the way to the summit. Unlike other routes, it is relatively easy, has low success rate because many unfit people attempt Kili trek via this route and fail, it is a popular route and accommodation is in huts. It is preferred by many trekkers. It is also beautiful. It is the easiest and shortest route. Ascent and descent are done on the same path.

Day 1 KILIMANJARO AIRPORT | MOSHI
Arrive at the Kilimanjaro International Airport, pick up and transferred to the Springlands Hotel or similar for overnight bed and breakfast.

Day 2 MOSHI | MARANGU PARK GATE | MANDARA HUT
Altitude: 1,830 m - 2,700 m
Hiking distance: 11 km
Hiking time: 4-5 hours
Leave Moshi town and drive for about 45 minutes to Marangu Gate on the eastern side of Kilimanjaro. Do the necessary paperwork at the park gate such as registrations. Begin hiking through the rainforest from the park gate to Mandara Hut. Stop half way for lunch. A side trip to Maundi Crater (about 15 minutes away) is a good way to see the surroundings as well as views of Kenya and Northern Tanzania. Bathrooms are available with running water.

Day 3 MANDARA HUT | HOROMBO HUT
Altitude: 2,700 m – 3,720 m
Hiking distance: 10 km
Hiking time: 5–6 hours
Wake to breakfast and pack for the next leg. Hike to Horombo Huts. You travel through lower heath land with small shrubs being the main vegetation. Stop half way for lunch. Views of Mawenzi are amazing. The summit of Kibo can be seen from Horombo Huts. Arrive Horombo Huts, unpack and prepare for dinner. Bathrooms are available with running water.

Day 4 HOROMBO HUT | KIBO HUT
Altitude: 3,720 m – 4,700 m
Hiking distance: 10 km
Hiking time: 6–7 hours
Wake to breakfast as usual (if you wake before sunup you can get some great photos of the sunrise). Pack and begin the hike to Kibo Hut. The first half of the day’s hike traverses the upper heath land while the second half crosses the vast saddle that connects Mawenzi and Kibo. The saddle is an alpine desert that resembles a lunar landscape. Be careful to notice signs of altitude sickness. No running water at Kibo Huts.

Day 5 KIBO HUT | SUMMIT | HOROMBO HUT
Altitude: 4,700 m – 5, 895 m – 3,720 m
Hiking distance: 16 km
Hiking time: 15+ hours
Wake at around midnight to a light breakfast, and then prepare for the summit ascent. This part of the hike is carried out during the early morning before dawn so that the climbers reach Uhuru Peak at around sunrise. Leave at about 1:00 am and reach Gilman’s Point at about 7:00 am. The climbers are met with views of the crater from Gilman’s Point because it is on the Crater Rim. Another 2 hours of hiking brings the climber to Uhuru Peak, the summit. From there you will descend back to Kibo Hut, collect your things and cross the saddle again at Horombo Hut where you will spend the night. Enjoy dinner and get some well-deserved sleep.

Day 6 HOROMBO HUT | MARANGU PARK GATE | MOSHI
Altitude: 3,720 m – 2,700 m
Hiking distance: 18 km
Hiking time: 6-7 hours
Wake, as usual, pack and descend to Mandara Hut. Take lunch there and continue on to the park gate where you will be met by your transport back to Moshi. Continue on to the park gate where you will be met by your transport back to Moshi. Overnight in Springlands hotel. Tips is recommended and highly appreciated and can be given to the Guide at Springlands Hotel. This is also where successful climbers receive their summit certificates. Those climbers who reached Stella Point (5685m) are issued with green certificates and those who reached Uhuru Peak (5895m) receive gold certificates.

Day 7 MOSHI | KILIMANJARO AIRPORT
After an early breakfast, transfer to Kilimanjaro airport for your departure flight back home.
END OF SERVICE

COST & INFORMATION (R) 5- DAY CLIMB
2 – 5 persons - US$1380
6 – 10 persons - US$1335
11th Person ( Tour Leader) Rate / 5- Day climb – US$ 961
Children younger than 15 years of age qualify for a 30% discount

BOOK NOW AT (zara@zaratours.com)


NOTES:
•1 Person rate (private climb) is based on a single climber with his/her mountain crew
•1 Person rate (join other climbers) – this rate is subject to ZARA being able to confirm that it is possible to join other climbers
•11th Person rate – every 11th person in a group will qualify for this discounted rate (In order to qualify for this rate people need to book together as a group).
•All climbing rates quoted are based on a per person rate.


INCLUDED:
•Two nights accommodation at the Springlands Hotel in Moshi (before and after the climb)
•First night includes breakfast
•Last night includes dinner with a choice of 1 drink (soda or beer) & breakfast
•Return transportation from Moshi to/from the starting/finishing point on the mountain
•Qualified guides with mountain crew
•National park fees
•Hut accommodation
•Cutlery / Crockery / Eating utensils
•Rescue fees
•Pulse oximeters
•First aid kit
•Guides, porters, cook, waiter salaries
•Boiled water on the mountain
•All meals on the mountain (breakfast, lunch & dinner)
•Guides, porters, waiter, cook accommodation and entry fees on the mountain

EXCLUDED:
•Single rooms supplement at Springlands Hotel (except on the 1 person rate)
•Airport transfers
•Guides, Porters, Cook & Waiters tips
•Meals and drinks not specified
•Gear for your climb
•Items of personal nature
•Additional nights beyond the two standard hotel nights included
•Visas
•Emergency oxygen

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Tanzania Named Top African Safari Destination by Global Customer Analysis



TANZANIA, AFRICA–An analysis of 2,500 reviews by both tourists and expert travelers declared Tanzania the best place to experience an African safari. This is the second time visitors have chosen Tanzania for this top position, as it also was the highest rated country in a survey back in 2013.


 Third-party booking site SafariBookings.com conducted both reports, finding that customers from around the world were most enthusiastic about safaris in Tanzania. And with the range of ages and variety of homelands of the adventurers who visit the country with Zara Tours, such a consensus is even more compelling




  Many of the people who visit through Zara Tours find that one of the best things about Tanzania is the variety of possible adventures and the richness of each experience. Combination packages are popular among fierce adventurers who want to climb a mountain and go on safari; lay on beaches and shop in Addis Ababa. The opportunity to take multiple vacations and make the most of time away is real here in Tanzania.



 The same study by SafariBookings.com also discovered that Tanzania’s incredible wild spaces were an ideal spot for viewing wildlife, making it the best country to visit for the purpose of seeing Africa’s one-of-a-kind animals, as well.





 For more information about Zara Tours, contact: zara@zaratours.com

About ZARA TOURS
ZARA TOURS, founded in 1987, is Tanzania’s unrivaled No 1 Kilimanjaro trekking company and one of the largest safari operators in the region. Zara Tours organize full-service travel experiences in Tanzania; and provides various choices of safaris, and climbs of Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru, and expeditions in Zanzibar. Zara Tours own and operates two hotels, two lodges and four tented camps in the northern circuit of Tanzania. Zara Tours provide airport transfer, city-to-city transfer, VIP and regular tour services, to groups and corporations from all over the world. Zara offers additional experiences in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, and Ethiopia. The company owns 102, 4×4 Land Rovers, 4×4 mini buses, and 4×4 Land Cruisers (all equipped with viewing roofs). The company’s 88 registered Kilimanjaro tour guides speak English, German, French, and Spanish. ZARA TOURS also runs ZARA Charity, which plays a vital role in the local community by supporting vulnerable groups such as orphans, the Maasai women’s group, and more.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Top 100 African Women in Tourism




TOP 100 African Women in Tourism, please Nominate Ms. Zainab Ansell by sending a short paragraph to (events@atqnews.com) telling her story in Tourism Business and how you come to know her, Zara charity and its projects, Zara Tours, Zara Properties, Tanzania Wildcamps and all the successful things you may think Zainab has achieved. www.zaracharitytanzania.org, www.zaratours.com, www.tanzaniawildcamps.com

Thursday, July 13, 2017

The Mountain Man of Yardley is at it again!



 At 80, Werner Berger is climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, for the 7th time. Why? He says, “To celebrate my birthday at the top on July 16, and, of more importance, to inspire individuals of all ages to live their lives with greater Passion, Purpose, Health, and Fulfillment.” He then adds, “This is the launch of ‘Quest736, The Game is not Over (seven summits, seven continents in thirty-six (36) months).’”
We immediately wanted to ask, “What is that all about,” yet checked in with him, in anticipation of your question, “Who the heck is this guy?”.
Well, he is one of your neighbors; a Part-Time Bucks County resident and a Guinness World Records holder as the oldest person on earth to have climbed the seven summits; the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, including Mt. Everest. We asked him, “Why the heck would you be climbing at your age and planning to re-climbing the seven?” His casual response, “Because I love doing it and to inspire others to live their lives “out loud.””
What we found fascinating, at age 57, he dreamt up a challenge for himself. His Bucket List included hiking to Mr. Everest Base Camp, hiking to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro and climbing the Matterhorn. Never did he even think any of this would come to pass.
We have all heard the phrase, “Careful what you wish for.” Well, in Berger’s case he got what he wished for and more. “Did you ever think you’d one day be standing on the top of Mt. Everest.” His instant reply, “No never.” He then followed up with, “At least, not until I had climbed a few of the higher continental points. Only then did the 7-Summits jumped to mind. “



" How old were you when that happened?” He calmly answered, “65.” “And, how old were you when you climbed Mt. Everest?” 69. And now, 10 years he is stepping out to re-climb the seven summits, with Kilimanjaro as the first and all within the next thirty-six (36) months
“What does living your life out loud mean to you?” His response includes re-awakening your adventurous spirit, overcoming the “I can’t do this or that syndrome,” reconnecting with yourself in a meaningful manner – by finding that zest for life we all had as unencumbered children and becoming the leader we were all meant to be – re-bonding with nature and re-discovering the true meaning of “awe?”
He leaves on July 6 for Africa and will be standing onto of the African continent on the morning of his 80th birthday.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

GREAT THINGS TO DO IN TANZANIA


 BIG FIVE LUXURY SAFARI


 CLIMBING MOUNT KILIMANJARO


 4X4 LAND CRUISERS  EQUIPPED WITH A VIEWING ROOF 
 

CYCLING TOURS FOR KILIMANJARO CLIMBERS


ZANZIBAR TOURS

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Zara Tours Celebrating 30 years of service in Africa


It’s hard to believe that so much time has passed so quickly, but when we stop and look back at the calendar, it’s 30 years and counting.

Zara Tours can bring you everywhere in Tanzania – from the endless plains of the Serengeti to the Roof of Africa “ Mt. Kilimanjaro” down to the Islands of Zanzibar. We have more than 30 years of experience as a qualified climbing guide, hospitality accommodation and Safari tour operator in Tanzania and East Africa. We currently employ more than 80 registered English, Spanish, Russia, France and Germany speaking Guides.


Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

Client Testimonial - machame 6 days climbing kilimanjaro with zara tours




The Machame Route takes you high to Lava Tower (4,630 m/15,190 ft) on day 3 then brings you down for an overnight at Barranco Camp (3,950 m/12,960 ft). This intermediate ascent and descent is the secret to a successful acclimatization and is the reason that this route has a high success rate.

Monday, May 22, 2017

GGM Kilimanjaro HIV/AIDS Challenge 2017 went with great success




The Geita Gold Mine (GGM) Mt Kilimanjaro Challenge against HIV/AIDS has now reached 16 years since its establishment in 2001; with the aims of raising awareness and money which is used in the joining government’s efforts in the combating of HIV/AIDS pandemic across the country.
Speaking with the Managing Director of the ZARA Tanzania Adventures Ms. Zainab Ansell said that, her company has become the guide of the ‘crucial’ expedition for more than a decade to join the government efforts in the battle against HIV/AIDS.



“As you know, HIV/AIDS has become one of the giant problems to our society that’s why I’m saying that there is urgent need to join forces with the government to fight it; I appeal other institutions to emulate Geita Gold Mine initiatives.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Support Vulnerable Groups in Tanzania By Getting Involved With Zara Charity


Vision

  • To unite the world long term volunteers with various projects supported by Zara Charity.

Objectives

  • To enhance community economic development
  • To improve women economic performance
  • To improve living condition for special group such as women and children.

Core Values

  • Social needs
  • Educational needs
  • Environmental conservation and sustainability
  • Employment creation
  • Improving working and living conditions for the porters who climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru

Goals

  • To ensure local community development and sustainability
  • To support disadvantaged groups within the community such as women, orphans and poor people by providing them with basic needs such as food, shelter, education and etc.
  • To link our projects with international donors
  • To ensure environmental conservation and sustainability

Monday, May 8, 2017

The Big Five Luxury Safari With Zara Tours



Set Departure Safari – Depart EVERY Saturday Guaranteed with a minimum of 2 people!!

This safari features all of the popular Northern Circuit game parks.  There are EVERY Saturday departures.  With the Big 5 Luxury Safari travel in custom designed 4×4 safari vehicles with open roofs for game viewing.  This is a small group seat-in-vehicle safari with a maximum of 6 travellers per vehicle, all with window seats. Travelling for 7-days, the safari includes meals, accommodation, park entry fees and visit to Lake Manyaya, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater & Tarangire. 

PLEASE NOTE THESE DEPARTURES REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 2 PEOPLE TO OPERATE.

Day Location
Day 1 Kilimanjaro Airport to Arusha
Day 2 Arusha to Lake Manyara
Day 3 Lake Manyara to Serengeti
Day 4 Serengeti
Day 5 Serengeti to Ngorongoro Crater
Day 6 To Tarangire
Day 7 Transfer to airport