After breakfast with packed lunches, you will visit a Maasai Village where you will meet the elders, warriors, women and children. You’ll also learn about the culture, beliefs and traditions of Tanzania’s last nomadic tribe. Then enjoy an en-route game drive as you are departing to Dar es Salaam.
End of Tour.
“Most visitors come to Mikumi National Park aiming to spot the ‘Big Five’ (cheetah, lion, elephant, buffalo, and rhino), and they are always not disappointed. Hippo pools provide close access to the mud-loving beasts, and bird-watching along the waterways is particularly rewarding. Mikumi National Park borders the Selous Game Reserve and Udzungwa National Park, and the three locations make a varied and pleasant safari circuit”
“Mikumi National Park abuts the northern border of Africa’s biggest game reserve – the Selous – and is transected by the surfaced road between Dar es Salaam and Iringa. It is thus the most accessible part of a 75,000 square kilometre (47,000 square mile) tract of wilderness that stretches east almost as far as the Indian Ocean“