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Deep Parts of African Nature

Visit the major National Parks in Tanzania.
The Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Manyara.

Wildlife Safaris

Visit the major National Parks in Tanzania. The Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Manyara.
Explore the Highest Free Standing Mountain over the World

Mountain Trekking

Explore the Highest Free Standing Mountain over the World
Get to know the Maasai, Hadzabe and othe African Nature tribes

Cultural Tourism

Get to know the Maasai, Hadzabe and othe African Nature tribes

Kilimanjaro Trekking Routes

Umbwe Route
Rongai Route
Lemosho Route
Marangu Route
Shira Route
Machame Route
Northern Circuit Route


3 Days Safari
Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater

Spend three days exploring two of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa and official UNESCO World Heritage Sites on our Wonders of Africa Safari to the Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater.

4 Days Safari
(Lake Manyara - Serengeti Plains - Ngorogoro Crater)

These three parks are great for this short period of time. We do not Include Serengeti in our package for Itinerary of less than four days safaris. This is because of location and distance of driving.

5 Days Safari
Lake Eyasi Serengeti Ngorongoro Tarangire

Regarded as one of the greatest wildlife spectacles in the world, Serengeti’s annual wildebeest migration is by far one of the most amazing safari experiences one should have the pleasure of experiencing at least once in their lifetime

10 Days Combo Safari

Enjoy the Tanzania Combo Safari 10 Days offered by the Northern Circuit Safari Specialists in Tanzania. The tour will give you a chance to visit various national parks and Zanzibar beaches for some days. This is actually an amazing Safari which is very enjoyable. Contact us for this package for your offer!

Tourism in zanzibar


The historically, culturally and architecturally important capital town of Zanzibar Island is a World Heritage Site. In Stone Town, one can spend many idle hours wandering through the narrow labyrinthine streets and alleyways where mosses and lichens cling to damp crumbling coral-rag walls and pools of sunlight wash the small squares and street- front cafes in a warm glow. The narrow lanes snake between over 2,000 buildings where shops, Internet-cafes, market stalls and restaurants vie for space with various monuments and structures of cultural pride. Every turning gives on to a new vista, be it a quiet courtyard scene of old men chatting under looming shade trees, or a busy corner with a crowd of people watching international football on a TV set, balanced precariously on a stack of orange crates.

Our Responsibilities to the society

We help children who did not have  parents and children who live a difficult life

  • We help woman
  • We help disabled people
  • We help old people

We help the community in general


What our Clients had to Say:

  • Hi Africa natural tours, I also wanted to say a HUGE thank you for organizing such a wonderful trek and accommodating me with our request for martin and Alex as our guides. Our experience in Tanzania was unforgettable, and I will make sure we always recommended Africa natural tours to anyone wishing to travel to Tanzania. Our biggest thank you must go to our guides and porters. Without them we would NEVER have made it up that mountain, and in particular on summit night when Martin, Alex, Shayo and James went out of their way to ensure we all pulled together as a group and encouraged each other to keep going. The four of them together were the most inspiring men and never once let us give up, or think we were not capable of making it to the summit. Martin went as far as to continually warm my hands which were frozen and felt like they were going to fall off! I have written a testimonial below which you can use on your website if you wish.

    Thanks again  

    Johason Jones

  • “Thank you Africa natural Tours for organizing the most incredible experience of our lives whilst trekking Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for cancer in memory of our wonderful Tour
    The highlight of the trip, including the summit, was enjoying the company of our incredible guides, Shayo and James, (now friends for life) who made the journey so rewarding. They never once let us believe you would not make it to the summit and continually motivated us to keep going, and sung and danced to entertain us when we most needed it. Their support and guidance was invaluable. So thank you to Africa natural tours and your team for such a rewarding journey.”

    Thanks again 

    Mark Zeugn

  • “To the Africa natural Team,

    We would just like to thank you all for making our Kilimanjaro Adventure so memorable. We did the 6-day Marangu route. Thanks to your team of amazing and experienced guides and porters, each member of our team successfully summited. We would like to thank them personally –Alex and Shayo!! Thank you all so much, you’re stars!! We miss you already! We also encourage anyone looking for a lifetime adventure, to contact Africa natural Tours, and get involved! You will be amazed! Patrick, Nico, Mariki, Lucy, Mary, Jack”. All my best Africa natural tour and thanks again Kind regards.

    Thanks again  

    Janet Tourry

  • To the Africa natural Team

    I just returned from a great trip to Kilimanjaro and two days safari. I just want to let you know that I am very happy about the way things went. I found that everything was very well organized. The guides were great. On Kilimanjaro I went with Kimario and John who did a great job and made the trip a great succes. On the safari I went with Jackson who had great knowledge about all that we saw. He was very nice and polite and willing to make an effort to ensure a trip of the ordinary. I will definitely recommend Africa natural tours and the two guides that I went with. All my best Africa natural tours and thanks again, thanks for an outstanding trip.

    Best Regards

    Tonny Surry

  • Hi

    I’m just back from a wonderful trip up Kilimanjaro, and would like to tell you what a wonderful job George and Julius did. George was my guide, and Julius was my assistant guide, as well as pitching my tent and serving me my food every night. I believe there were originally going to be two people in my group but the other person must have canceled so that meant that I had an incredible amount of one-on-one attention lavished on me. George was a very enjoyable hiking partner and he did many extra things for me that he didn’t have to do, such as taking me on a side trip one evening when I expressed an interest in exploring. His English is excellent, and he is a fountain of information, not just about the natural history of the mountain but also about politics, history, and culture. He was conservative at first about keeping me safe, but once he got to know me and was able to appraise my physical abilities and level of experience, he allowed me more latitude, which made the trip a lot more fun. Julius, however, was the one who really rose to the occasion on this trip. On summit day, George asked him to accompany us for safety, so that we would be a group of three rather than just two. Julius went in front and I went in the middle. We passed the other groups, and by the time we were nearing Stella Point we were about an hour and a half ahead of the next group back. At this point it was becoming more and more clear that George was seriously sick. He hadn’t been on the mountain since before the rainy season, so he probably wasn’t quite as acclimatized as he could have been — and of course altitude sickness is not seriously fickle. Although I kept trying to convince him to head back down, he insisted on coming up as far as Stella Point, where he waited in the wind while Julius guided me to Uhuru. Julius was very confident, and obviously knew the mountain extremely well. In my opinion, Julius’s performance in this difficult situation is the best possible indicator of his readiness to step up to being a guide.

    Thanks again 

    Ale Lenchle

  • I was a little hesitant about whether to tell you the details of this summit day, since I didn’t want to create any negative impression about George. But after all, we’re all only human beings, and we work within our physical limitations. I think the way George persevered up to Stella Point showed an iron will. Furthermore, his decision to have Julius come up with us turned out to have been exactly the right decision for both everyone’s safety and my own success in reaching the summit. His level of experience, maturity, and good judgment set up the situation so that everything turned out OK, even when something went wrong.

    Thanks Regards

    Jake Michale