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Saadani Safari Tours Packages

Saadani Safari Tours - Exploring the Mesmerizing Beauty of Tanzania

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Tour details

  • Capital Dar es Salam
  • Language English & Swahili
  • Currency US Dollar & Tanzanian Shilling
  • Time Zone GMT+3
  • Drives on the Right
  • Calling Code +255

Frequently Asked Questions About Saadani Safari Tours

1. What is Saadani National Park?

Saadani National Park is a unique combination of both a coastal and an inland ecosystem. Situated in the Tanga region of Tanzania, this park stretches along the Indian ocean and houses a wide variety of animal species including zebra, wildebeest, hippos, elephants, buffalo, giraffe and wild dog. Its mangrove forests and diverse birdlife are also home to some of the rarest species in the world like the critically endangered pink backed pelican and the crested sarus crane. It’s no wonder why Saadani has been declared as Tanzania’s 12th national park.

2. What are the Top Attractions in the Park?

Saadani National Park has plenty of attractions for visitors to enjoy. Some of the must-see highlights include visiting the Wami River, which is home to numerous hippos, crocodiles and aquatic birds; witnessing the vibrant wildlife at the Saapla beach; exploring the sand dunes and paleontological sites at the Zimanga Gap; and taking a boat ride to explore the mangrove forest.

3. How Can I Get to Saadani National Park?

The easiest way to reach Saadani National Park is by air, followed by road. The nearest airports are Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam and Abeid Amani Karume International Airport in Zanzibar. From there, it’s a five-hour drive or bus ride to get to the park. If traveling by road, you can also choose to stay in nearby towns such as Mkata and Kilwa, which can serve as a great base for day trips and safaris.

4. What Activities are Available in Saadani?

Saadani offers a variety of activities to tourists, ranging from game viewing to bird watching and boat rides. Visitors can take a guided safari tour to explore the parks diverse flora and fauna, take a cool morning walk through the villages and get a closer look at the local culture, or go on a riverboat ride to get a better glimpse at the hippos. Other exciting activities include fishing, horseback riding, canoeing, and beach walking to explore the pristine coastline.

5. What is the Best Time to Visit Saadani?

The best time to visit Saadani National Park is during the dry season, which typically lasts from June to October. During this time, the animals become concentrated around the water sources, making it easier to spot them, while the weather is dry, sunny and cooler. It’s also the most comfortable time to travel due to the lack of humidity.

6. What Accommodation is Available Nearby?

There are several accommodation options available near Saadani National Park, including luxury lodges, mid-range hotels, and budget camping sites. Some of the popular options include Saadani Safari Lodge, Msasani Bay Beach Resort, and White Sandy Beach Hotel. The luxury lodges offer all-inclusive packages with gourmet meals, swimming pools and multilingual staff, while the camping sites are perfect for those looking for a more rustic experience.

7. Are There Any Special Offers and Discounts Available?

Tour operators in the area often offer attractive discounts and special offers. Some of these involve bundled packages, which include discounted rates on accommodation, safaris, and transport. You may also find special deals on last-minute bookings, family packages, and group rates.