Being a less known and uncrowded national park is its main attraction. It allows you to feel more integrated in the environment. This semi-arid savannah dotted by ancient baobab, acacias and isolated rocky hills is home to great animal diversity. Wild dogs, giraffes, kudus, elephants, lions, leopards cheetahs and more than 450 bird species among others. Mkomazi National Park shares border with Kenya's vast Tsavo National Park, making common ground for migratory herds during the wet season.
We will find traditional villages with amazing views y we can meet their cheerful inhabitants. We will visit Amani Nature reserve inhabited by monkeys, birds, chameleons and other endemic animals and plants. Inside the reserve we will enjoy the beauty botanic garden full of plants and flowers and do a butterfly farming tour.
Crossing the Muheza region, we head towards Pangani, a small town of fishermen and artisans located at the mouth of the Pangani River. Pangani has historical buildings of its colonial past and beautiful beaches with coconut trees, excellent for snorkeling.
We will ride by bike on quiet trails to Saadani National Park, unique Tanzania's park which border beach where you can enjoy the paradisal beaches and watch wildlife at the same time. You will have the chance to choose between a game drives safari, guided walks safari or by boat trip on the Wami river. Dinner and overnight in Saadani.
We will ride our bike on quiet trails towards Bagamoyo town, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, which was the capital of East German Germany and became a commercial port for ivory and slaves. Bagamoyo is a quiet city with some German colonial buildings still standing. Here we also offer you the opportunity to do Crocodile Farm Tour, a tour of the stone village of Bagamoyo and snorkeling to discover its corals. Dinner and overnight in Bagamoyo.