Saadani Park Hotel, Saadani, Pangani District, Tanga Region, Tanzania
Adventurous Tanzania Safari
Come and visit the Saadani National Park, one of the jewels of Africa's coastline with a unique mosaic of ecosystems - swamps, beaches, coral reefs, wetlands, woodlands, coastal forests, and grasslands - supporting an astounding diversity of animal, bird, and marine life. Maximize your safari experience by visiting at Bagamoyo historical site, nestled on the verge of the Tanzania World Heritage Site. Gift yourself this experience and take home cherished memories and wonderful experiences! Visit Tanzania, enjoy its scenery and charms, and let Gamily Tours take care of all the details.
Group size: 7 to 17 persons
Starting and ending point: Dar es Salaam
Children policy: Children are allowed on the tour, the minimum age is five years old
The organizer also speaks: Afrikaans, French, German
Group size: Maximum of 140 participants
Swimming pool (outdoor)
Saadani Park Hotel has executives rooms with its balcony overlooking the Indian ocean. It is self-contained rooms with satellite flat television, water heater, air conditions, mosquito net, and intercom.
Day 1: DAR ES SALAAM TO SAADANI
Early in the morning after breakfast you will be pick up from hotel at Dar es salaam to Saadani, approximant around at 12:00 am you will be at park for Lunch and Game drive tour.
Day 2: SAADANI TO DAR ES SALAAM.
After breakfast, you will go for a game drive before heading back to Dar, where you will be stopping at Bagamoyo to have lunch at Bagamoyo Snake Park After lunch, you will continue to Dar es salaam town where the safari ends.
Juma Mohammed is a native Mluguru who has lived in Saadani. He has been a licensed safari guide since 2003. He enjoys learning new languages and is always seeking to improve his Spanish and French speaking skills. His love of history, and particularly as to how it relates to the African diaspora, led him to take a trip to Arusha where he further increased his knowledge as to how vast the influence of the African culture is. Amongst his various interests are listening to music, reading, and exploring the various regions of upstate Saadani.
Saadani National Park is Tanzania's 13th National Park. Tourists can view animals basking along the Indian Ocean shores. It has an area of 1062 square kilometers and was officially gazetted in 2005 from a game reserve which had existed from 1969. It is the only wildlife sanctuary in Tanzania bordering the sea.