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Travel Partners Safaris

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Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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About Travel Partners Safaris
Travel Partners Safaris is a licensed tour operator based in Tanzania offering safari adventures since 2007. We specialized in midrange and luxury safaris, wildlife game drives, cultural activities in the country, Kilimanjaro climbing and Zanzibar Holidays. Awarded as a top 100 medium size company since 2014.
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from US$ 2,125.00
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This is a private Tour in a 4x4 Land cruiser Safari car with a pop up roof top for comfortable sighting. You will visit the most famous Tanzanian parks accompanied by a professional and friendly English speaking guide, who is knowledgeable in the geography and history of the region, as well birds and animals behavior.
The itinerary proposed includes accommodation at Heritage Tented camps, Bouganvillea Safari Lodge and Marera Valley
Full Board pension is included, with buffet breakfast and dinner and with picnic lunch during your game drives. The Lodges and tented camps proposed, are placed in beautiful settings, have all the facilities, and wifi connection.
Optional accommodation can be arranged before and after your safari.

The pick up is included in this itinerary on the first day (from airport or hotel) of this safari and the drop off on the last day.
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Austin wrote a review Sep 2020
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Been to Africa a couple times on Business trips but I lately visited Tanzania on a family vacation and I can honestly describe the experience as a lifetime experience. My 15 year old managed to plan the trip and Travel Partner mad it a spectacular one. A trip to Serengeti was ever exciting from the scenery, the wildlife the luxury tented camps( Heritage Serengeti) and the natives with their funny Swahili words😄😄. Without forgetting friendly Tour Guide John. Thank you Travel Partner for the experience can’t wait to arrange another African Safari.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Steven4G wrote a review Jun 2020
Hong Kong, China1 contribution1 helpful vote
My family and I planned to visit Zanzibar for 3 days last year but we ended up spending 5 days thats because there's so much to explore around the beaches and the attractions within the coastal city. We made our arrangements through Travel Partners who happen to be convenient with their prices and itineraries, everytging went well even when we had to extend our stay for two more days there wasn't much to go through and the company made sure we had an amazing safari for us to remember. Great hotels along the ocean and the lovely night activities from the locals will make you wish you never have to leave Zanzibar. Thank you Zanzibar and much thanks to Travel Partners and the team.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Anton R wrote a review Apr 2020
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania2 contributions2 helpful votes
I went to the Serengeti to spend the New Year with my partner. The experience was mind blowing and beyond our expectations. I loved how the tented camps were set up and the attentive staff, who were ever so helpful. For a city guy like me, waking up in the middle of the open Savannah was just a magical experience. I would love to thank Travel Partners for doing such a great job in organizing our safari trip and in making it truly unforgettable.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Donn R wrote a review Dec 2019
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My wife and I went with another couple on a 5 day safari in Tanzania with Travel Partners. We visited 3 national parks, including a 2-night stay in the Serengeti. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable, personable, and spoke very good English. We all had a great time, and I've already recommended it to other friends.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Thomas M wrote a review Oct 2019
Powell, Tennessee62 contributions8 helpful votes
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Our guides, our accommodations and our tour not only lived up to our expectations, they exceeded them. We were a group of six. We were met at the Nairobi airport by Mark, who drove us to our hotel (Eka). In the brief time we had with him, we thought Mark was great. The next day, Rasheed picked us up and took us to the Sheldrick elephant orphanage and the giraffe center, which were really great experiences and highly recommended. We even had our own guide at the giraffe center, who spent a lot of time with us and shared a lot of his knowledge about giraffes with us. Rasheed then took us to Tamambo, a great restaurant he suggested that is on the grounds of the Karen Blixen museum. Rasheed was also excellent and very patient with us and was happy to take us to a mall to go to an ATM. The Eka Hotel was very nice and a wonderful place to stay for our first two nights in Africa. The next day we were picked up at the hotel by Frank, who took us to Amboseli NP. We really liked Frank and his knowledge of Amboseli was impressive. He had a great sense of humor and we really enjoyed our time with him and were pleased that he was our guide again later in the trip. We stayed at Kibo Safari Camp, which was excellent, with beautiful views of Kilimanjaro. The staff was great, very friendly and efficient, and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. After a couple of nights there, Frank took us to our border crossing at Namanga. Be sure you go through all the lines there - yellow card line, visa line and maybe another one - and fill out your forms if you did your visa application online, since that isn't your actual visa. They will stamp your passport for your actual visa. Then Frank transferred us to Thomas, who was our driver/guide in Tanzania. We really liked Thomas, too. Like Frank, he was very knowledgeable about the parks and the wildlife and he also had a great sense of humor. He, also like Frank, seemed to know the best way to avoid the biggest rocks and ruts and potholes in the roads, always trying to give us the best ride possible, which isn't easy on those roads. Thomas drove us to Tarangire NP, which is a really beautiful park, with lots of elevation changes and beautiful baobab trees, and of course, wildlife. He got us to a zebra kill, just as the lions had gotten the zebra down. While watching the zebra struggle wasn't pleasant, it was an amazing sight nonetheless, as a pride of at least a dozen gathered for the feast. We were about 25 feet from them, and the pride included young adolescents as well as several adult females. We stayed at Tarangire Safari Lodge, and again, a great place to stay with a very friendly and accommodating staff, and there were great views from the dining area and patio. We wished we could have stayed there for at least another night. Next, Thomas took us to Ngorongoro, another amazing place, and found lots of animals and put us into great position for pictures. We stayed at the Rhino Lodge, which was a little different, as it is brick and mortar and not a tented camp. It is the original home of the first curator of the park. Again, it was a very enjoyable stay with another great staff, then it was on to the Serengeti Seronera area and Heritage Seronera tented camp. Thomas again put us in great position for taking great pictures and finding lots of different animals to see. There were a few problems with one of the tents and the staff quickly worked to correct them, but eventually decided it would be better to move my daughters to a different tent, so that worked out fine. We had dancers that night that were really great, including a guy who did a lot of amazing contortions and balancing acts. Again, great staff that was friendly and helpful. Thomas then took us north to the Mara section of Serengeti, where we stayed at a mobile camp, Heritage Mara. While the amenities at a mobile camp are slightly less plentiful, we really enjoyed staying here in beautiful surroundings and very comfortable tents. And again, a great staff with people you enjoy getting to know, but would like to stay longer so you can get to know them even better. After a couple of nights there and great game drives with Thomas, he took us to the border crossing at Isebania to return to Kenya. Due to a major problem with the safari truck Frank was driving to come get us, he had to have someone come with another truck to get him and his passengers he was delivering to Isebania, which caused a delay of about 3 hours. This wasn't Frank's fault or Thomas' fault or the company's fault - machines break down sometimes and stuff happens. To me, it's when unexpected problems develop that shows you what kind of company you are dealing with. In my opinion, TravelPartner came through with flying colors, making sure they got transportation there to get us and making sure we were not left or abandoned. We were very happy to once again see Frank, and off we went to Maasai Mara and Zebra Plains Mara Camp. Due to the delay, we didn't get there until after dark - although Frank did take us into the reserve where we once again saw a zebra kill, but this time, the zebra was mercifully already recently deceased! The staff at Zebra Plains greeted us warmly and escorted us to our family tent, where we all stayed in the same tent, but it was divided into 3 separate living quarters, each with it's own bedroom and bathroom. It was quite nice. The next morning, we could actually see enough to note how pretty the area is. Meals were not buffet style, but delivered by a server who is assigned to your table. He was wonderful, very friendly and engaging, as was all the staff. The game drives were, once again, amazing and Frank put us on great views of a variety of animals and in good spots for great pictures. After a couple of nights at Zebra Plains, it was off to Lake Nakuru NP and Flamingo Hill Tented Camp. Lake Nakuru is an interesting little park with lots to see and a great chance to see rhinos, which we did. It's another beautiful park and again, Frank did a great job in putting us in great locations. We really liked Flamingo Hill. The grounds are very pretty and the lobby, bar and restaurant areas are very nice, as are the tents - roomy, nice bathrooms and nice decor. Again, like all the other places we stayed, we would have liked to have stayed longer. The next day, it was off to Nairobi to fly back home. We had a flight leaving at almost midnight, so it was a leisurely day, to some extent. Frank took us to a couple of places to shop for last minute gifts and treasures and we had a nice dinner at the same hotel (Eka) in Nairobi where we had stayed. All six of us were very pleased with every aspect of our trip - every day, we would see something we hadn't seen on previous game drives. In planning the trip, TravelPartner was very good at making helpful suggestions and recommendations, which is one of the main reasons I chose them in the first place. Belen was great to work with. I have to admit, it's a bit challenging to have to do all the communicating via email instead of just picking up the phone and calling your contact here in the States, in addition to the 7 hour time difference, but Belen was always good about responding and answering questions. Would I book with TravelPartner again? Absolutely, without any hesitation. Would I want Frank and Thomas to be our drivers/guides again? Absolutely. Would we want to stay at any of the places we stayed again? Absolutely, every single one of them. I highly recommend TravelPartner and am so glad we booked with them.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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