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AFRICA NATURAL TOURS L.T.D : Serengeti Safari & Kilimanjaro Climbing Operator in Tanzania

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We are the best tour organizer for your journey | trip | expedition | holiday | adventure | vacation | trekking | hiking and climbing to the northern circuit such as Kilimanjaro | Ngorongoro crater | Tarangire and Lake Manyara / Southern circuit such as Selous | Ruaha & Mikumi and beach holidays such as Zanzibar and Mafia as the best operator | agency | agent | company in | from Arusha & Moshi
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J. Lauren wrote a review 9 Aug
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Hakuna Matata July/August 2022 One of the synonyms for the term “safari” is “journey”. If you ever consider making the journey into the vast open spaces of East Africa, where animals roam freely and birds perch or wade in abundance, I strongly recommend turning to Skyview Africa, Ltd. and its talented managing director Stephen Muiruri. I, my wife and two of our relatives enjoyed the many “game drives” in some of the best safari locations in East Africa (Kenya and Tanzania). It was a private safari, meaning that we were not grouped with many other people. That was a good balance given that we met scores of others (many in large tour groups) at various locations in the evenings. Each National Park and game reserve is a unique habitat in which mammals and birds thrive. Our itinerary included Amboseli National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, the fabulous Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, the Masai Mara Game Reserve (my personal fave), Lake Naivasha, Lake Nakuru, the Ol Pejeta Conservancy and Aberdares National Park. We were paired with very skilled guides who have a deep knowledge of the wildlife in each area and of the varying habitats. The guides did all of the driving, navigating the routes expertly and with a good sense of where to go to see the widest variety of mammals and birds. The majesty of the “Big Five” (elephants, Cape buffalo, lions, leopards, black rhinos) awaits you. We witnessed large herds of antelope, wildebeest and zebra grazing, often times stretched across the dirt roads. We witnessed a part of the annual migration in progress; hundreds of wildebeest splashing across the Mara River from Tanzania into Kenya. We saw crocodiles on the riverbanks awaiting their next meal of a crossing mammal. We were entertained by herds of elephants splashing and playing in large watering holes - a “pool party” of elephants, the babies incredibly adorable. Hippos, lots of them, in the lakes. And my personal favorite, giraffes (three species: Reticulated, Masai, Rothschild) were stately grazing and strolling here and there. If you like antelope there are scores of them: the agile impala and gazelles (Thompson and Grant’s). We saw topi antelope, waterbuck, eland and other species. There were many groups of warthogs scurrying about, their “follow me” tails pointing skyward (hello Pumba!). There were groups of monkeys and baboons in the trees. We saw two species of jackals, and packs of hyena stalking about. Flamingos, in a group of many thousands, lined the shores of Lake Nakuru. If you are lucky (we were) you’ll see leopards sleeping on the branches of Acacia trees, cheetahs laying on boulders and prides of lions resting, well camouflaged in the amber grasses of the broad savannah. We saw lionesses moving about, often with their cute cubs trailing behind. We now know the difference between the black rhino and the white rhino (we saw each). No, it’s not all about the color which is pretty similar in appearance. You’ll learn the difference when you get there. And the birds. I managed to identify over 80 species with the help of a good pair of binoculars and a handy laminated field guide (I recommend a similar field guide for mammals as well). You’ll love the Secretary Bird. There were numerous pairs of ostriches pecking about. The accommodations were comfortable and convenient. The more interesting ones were well-appointed tent cabins, “glamping” style. These (and also the lodges) are located in areas where the animals roam. At night you might hear groups of hyenas calling out to one another or Cape buffalo grunting as they graze. I enjoyed a private visit to a Maasai village at the invitation of one of the lodge’s security personnel. He showed me his small hut made of mud, straw and cow dung. The village medicine man showed which plants have medicinal qualities. Another Maasai warrior demonstrated how he starts a cooking fire by rubbing sticks together. They wrapped me in a traditional Maasai Shukah and handed me a club used to control animals. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a one-hour hot air balloon ride. You’ll get up early but it’s worth it to watch the sunrise over the savannah and then to look down at herds of animals from different elevations. A nice champagne breakfast awaits you upon the soft landing. The balloon pilot was great, and it was fascinating watching him at the controls. Finally, let me say that Stephen was great in every respect. We had booked prior to Covid (May 2019) and had to delay the journey a couple of years. “Hakuna Matata” (Swahili for “no problem”) - Stephen kept our rates stable and made the adjustments needed when an originally planned lodge was no longer available. He was in close contact with us during the hiatus, being very responsive and patient in answering questions and providing information. This was in sharp contrast to several earlier emails to other travel companies that went unanswered. Stephen will fulfill any reasonable special request. On our final day we met with him over lunch, we then fed giraffes at a preserve before enjoyed a unique restaurant on our path to the Nairobi airport. Thank you, Stephen, and a big “ASANTE SANA” (thank you very much) to our three guides/drivers, Elijah Mackenzie, Kasanda Malando and Richard Kinyua. You may just hear from us again; Rwanda (and their gorillas-in-the-mist) anyone? Sincerely, Jason and Susan Lauren
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Date of experience: August 2022
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Goodluck Sirikwa wrote a review May 2022
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Great experience 1 week safari in the Northern parks. Everything was arranged very well and went smooth. Our driver Josephat had an incredible knowledge about the country and the animals. Accomodations were really amazing as well. It was such a unique experience which I would recommend to everybody! Thank you so much AFRICA NATURAL TOURS, Best Tour Company in Moshi and Arusha Tanzania
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Response from africa n, Owner at AFRICA NATURAL TOURS L.T.D : Serengeti Safari & Kilimanjaro Climbing Operator in Tanzania
Responded 12 May 2022
Hi Thank You for taking your time to write a review about your tour 4 days Serengeti Safari (Serengeti & Ngorongoro) Private Tanzania Safari Tour with Africa Natural Tours we are so welcoming you for the next time to do a safari for Tanzania Serengeti Migration Safari, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tanzania Cultural Tours, Tanzania Day Trips or Zanzibar beach holiday Tour.
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victoria w wrote a review Mar 2022
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just back from my honeymoon safari to Zanzibar with Africa Natural Tour. The few things i enjoyed is well-prepared accommodations, 24 hours assistance if needed, it was amazing having 5 days tour to Zanzibar trip with Africa natural tour. Local boats which are made by indigenous people are amazing, high welcoming trait from the people of Zanzibar really touches me, the cool air and beaches make my tour fantastic. i expect to have another tour to visit Serengeti and Ngorongoro in December 2022 i think my only choice will be Africa Natural Tour. they deserve my five-star ratings... i love Tanzania
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Date of experience: March 2022
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Responded 12 May 2022
Hi Thank You for taking your time to write a review about your tour 5 days Zanzibar Beach Honeymoon Tour with Africa Natural Tours we are so welcoming you for the next time to do safari for Tanzania Serengeti Migration Safari, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tanzania Cultural Tours, Tanzania Day Trips, and Zanzibar beach holiday Tour.
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David Lu wrote a review Feb 2022
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My wife and I just had great 6 days Marangu Kilimanjaro hiking with Africa Natural Tours. We were very nervous and anxious about the trekking because we are just regular mid age people. But Godfrey (managed director) sets up the best supporting team for us. Our guides (Haji and Goodluck), cook (Wilson) and 6 porters (Casto and others) were absolutely amazing and willing to do everything they can to help us out. With carrying very minimal or no luggage we were able to fulfill our dream and got to Gillman’s point. Haji and Goodluck were extremely patient with us and always kept us going at slow but steady pace (pole, pole). With their excellent professionalism we had an amazing Kilimanjaro trekking experience.
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Date of experience: February 2022
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Response from africa n, Owner at AFRICA NATURAL TOURS L.T.D : Serengeti Safari & Kilimanjaro Climbing Operator in Tanzania
Responded 1 Mar 2022
Hi Thank You for taking your time to write a review about your tour 6 days Kilimanjaro hiking, Trekking, Climbing via Marangu Route with Africa Natural Tours we are so welcoming you for the next time to do safari for Serengeti Migration, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Cultural Tours, Day Trips or Zanzibar beach holiday Tour.
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David Lu wrote a review Feb 2022
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My wife and I just had a great amazing 4 days (2/14-2/17/2022) Tanzania Safari trip with Africa Natural Tours. The trip was very well organized by Godfrey and was perfectly executed by our tour guide Lyimo. We had an absolutely wonderful time and felt extremely safe to travel too. Not only we saw all big Five and we even had a cheetah jumped on top of our Safari car. Our mid-range tent lodges choice was excellent and Godfrey and his team is willing to do everything they can to help us out making this a memorable wonderful Safari trip.
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Date of experience: February 2022
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Responded 1 Mar 2022
Hi Thank You for taking your time to write a review about your 4 days Tanzania safari with Africa Natural Tours Best Tour Company in Arusha and Moshi. we are happy to know that you had an amazing safari guide who was very knowledgeable about the wildlife. we are so welcoming you for the next time to do Kilimanjaro Hiking, Trekking, Climbing, Cultural Tours, Day Trips or Zanzibar beach holiday Tour. Welcome again to Africa Natural Tours Ltd
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