|Number of people||Rate per person (valid until 2021)|
|Gross rate per person||USD 2800|
On arrival in Dar es Salaam International Airport, meet and greet by Msafiri Travels Guide and transfer to Landmark Beach Resort, Hotel, bed and breakfast.
Have breakfast with the tour manager and discuss the itinerary. Thereafter head on to Selous Game Reserve. This will be a drive of 5 -6 hours arriving at the camp late afternoon. En- route packed lunch will be provided. Overnight at Butembo Tented Lodge, full board.
Start the day with an early morning walk and end the day with a full game drive. Picnic lunch will be provided and return to the camp just in time for dinner. Overnight at Butembo Tented Lodge, full board.
Boat safaris on the Rufiji River bring you as close to the aquatic animals as possible. Evening game drive and overnight at Butembo Tented Lodge, full board. At 55,000 km sq, Selous is the largest protected largest game reserve. It is named after legendary British hunter-explorer Frederick Courtney Selous, who was killed here during the WW1. The reserve boasts of Tanzania's largest population of elephant as well as large numbers of herds of buffalo, hippo, crocodile, wild dog, a variety of 440 species of birds, over 2000 variety of plants, hot volcanic springs, lagoons, the great Rufiji River and the diverse landscape makes Selous Game Reserve a World Heritage site. Other species commonly seen are lion,.
After breakfast depart for Kilwa. This will be 7 – 8 hours drive through the coast region. This is one of the most important trade route between Mozambique and Tanzania. The Mtwara region is the country highest produce of cashew nuts. Overnight at the Kilwa Beach Lodge, full board.
After breakfast depart for a tour of Kilwa Kisiwani to visit the ruins and overnight at Kilwa Beach Lodge, full board.
Day excursion to Kilwa Kivinje and Kilwa Masoko. Overnight at Kilwa Beach Lodge, full board. The wealthy island city of Kilwa was the most important of trade centre that flourished along the East African Coast from the 1100s to the early 1500s. Kilwa Kivinje was a major 19th century slave trading center. Roughly 20,000 slaves were exported from there annually during the 1860's. This site was also the place were the Germans' southern administrative headquarters were located. Kilwa Kivinje played a role in the United States history as well, since the majority of the slaves from Kilwa Kivinje went to the United States. Kilwa Kisiwani is famous for its ruins, the finest and most intact of Islamic architecture. Small fishing villages lie along the coast, unchanged by the progress of the rest of the country. The city derived its wealth from the gold and ivory trades
An early start as we head toward Msasasi, Tanzania’s boarder town with Mozambique and overnight at Guesthouse, full board
Morning crossing of the boarder after formalities and overnight at Mueda and overnight at Motel Sansala, full board.
Transfer by boat to Ibo Island and overnight at Miti Miwiri, bed and breakfast.
Days will be at leisure or you may choose to go diving or simply relax on the beach. Overnights at Miti MiwirI, bed and breakfast.
Depart from Ibo Island for Pemba and overnight at Ulala Lodge, half board. The coastal town of Pemba lays claim to some of the finest coral reefs in all of southern Africa. Brilliantly coloured coral is but a short swim from the white sands of Wimbe Beach. Divers and snorkellers swim among a myriad of exotic fish in crystal clear water. Naturally, the profusion of seafood makes time spent here a gourmet’s delight.
Transfer to the airport for your flight back home.