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13 days 12 nights combined tanzania and mozambique safari

Day 01: Dar es Salaam/Selous Game Reserve: 
Morning depart to Selous Game Reserve with picnic lunch, the journey will take 5hours. Late afternoon, boat safari along the mighty Rufiji River, brings you into close contact with hippo, crocodile and fantastic birdlife. Animals make their way to the river to drink and boats may approach elephant, lion, buffalo, giraffe, waterbuck and other game on the river banks to within a few meters. Crocodile glide into the water as your boat approaches and hippo appear in frightening proximity, grunting and blowing steam. Dinner and overnight will be at SelousJimbiza Lodge / Selous Kinga Lodge. 
MealsPlans: (FB) Lunch & Dinner

 

Day 02: Selous Game Reserve:
Full Day Game Drive:You will have a full day in the Selous Game Reserve exploration of the Reserve by 4 wheel drive vehicle; will permit you to have good photographic opportunities and the chance to explore different sections of vast park. The Selous Game Reserve is the largest in Africa, covering 54,600 square kilometer. Selous is famous for its elephants, commonly seen are lions, wild dogs, buffaloes, bushbuck, impalas, elands, baboons, zebras and greater kudus. It was originally set aside as a hunting area where animals are abundant but shyer than the Northern Parks. Dinner and overnight will be at SelousJimbiza Lodge / Selous Kinga Lodge
MealsPlans: (FB) Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

 

Day 03: Selous Game Reserve: 
Full Day Game Drive: You will have a full day in the Selous Game Reserve exploration of the Reserve by 4 wheel drive vehicle; will permit you to have good photographic opportunities and the chance to explore different sections of vast park. The Selous Game Reserve is the largest in Africa, covering 54,600 square kilometer. Selous is famous for its elephants, commonly seen are lions, wild dogs, buffaloes, bushbuck, impalas, elands, baboons, zebras and greater kudus. It was originally set aside as a hunting area where animals are abundant but shyer than the Northern Parks. Dinner and overnight will be at SelousJimbiza Lodge / Selous Kinga Lodge
MealsPlans: (FB) Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Day 04: Selous Game Reserve/ Kilwa:
RUINS OF A GOLDEN AGEAfter breakfast walking safaris, the most exciting experience and unique in Tanzania, accompanied by rangers armed for 2hrs then transfer to Kilwa: KilwaMasoko,KilwaKiswani and KilwaKivinje.KilwaKiswani,an island inhabited since the ninth century, till now bears the evidence of a great Swahili civilization;KilwaKivinje is a running down fishing town where you can see crumbling German colonial buildings, Oman ruins and un necessary large Spiders;KilwaMasoko is where all the accommodation is at the present, along with the a couple of beautiful beaches.Beatiful beaches come as standard issue along this part of the coast. KilwaKisiwani may be miles off the usually tourist Rader, but it lures visitors away from the beaten track by means of one of the most impressive collection of ruins in sub-Saharan Africa. In a climate where buildings just 100 years old can look 10 times older, the UNESCO listed ruins are amazingly well preserved. They date from distant time when this small Island was the center of vigorous trade in Gold, Silver and Ivory. Back in 1332, Abdallah ibn Batuta, a seasoned traveler who clocked up more miles that Marco Polo.

Visited Kilwa and described it as one of the most beautiful cities in the World. KilwaKivinje less stunning, but still worth a brief visist,it's a quiet town bordering on comantose.Archtects and Historians who know to interpret Kivinje's few remaining old buildings might make something of this place, and allow others to see its beauties, but to others eye its little more than run down town. Those who are interested in the history of Kilwa could do worse than spend an hour or two wondering around Kivinje and checking out the remains of the German colonial period. This was the site of the MajiMaji uprising, when a charismatic misguided witch doctor persuaded the people of his village to rise up against the Germans with the protection of water (maji in Swahili) from spring. That he swore would make them invulnerable to bullets. But his promises were empty, and the rebellion was brutally quelled. You will arrive in noon you will be able to do many activities as you can since they are optional or you can choose simple relax at the beach, Dinner and overnight atKilwa Beach Reort / KilwaPakaya Hotel / Kilwa Ruins Lodge / Kimbilio Lodge / Kilwa Sea View Resort
Meals Plans: (HB) Breakfast & Dinner 

Day 05: KilwaMasoko/ Mikindani Village: 
After breakfast drive through countryside along the coast transfer to Mikindani Village lies in the very south of Tanzania. The area is still wonderfully undeveloped, showing Tanzania at its unspoilt best. The original Inhabitants of Mikindani were the Makonde Tribe who were joined in the 9th Century AD by Arab traders. A further influx of Arabs occurred in the 17th century under the Sultan Seyyid Said, the graves, former salve market, former Bank, house used by Dr. Livingstone when was in mikindani and mosques from this period can be seen. Dinner and overnight will be at Old Boma Hotel.
MealsPlans: (HB) Breakfast &Dinner

Day 06 : Mikindani Village/Mocimboa de Praia:
Morning after breakfast drive further on the coast till next to the River Ruvuma at Kilambo Boarder for Immigration formalities then cross intoMozambique though KilamboNamoto Ferry. On the other side of the river Also Immigration formalities at Namoto Boarder then drive to Mosimbua da Praia via Palma. Mosimbua is an important dhow port in the north of Mozambique. There are little villages nestled among coconut groves and idyllic beaches along the way. You will see the trade markets and dhow port near your hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at Chez Natalie Bandas /ComplexoIlhaVumba.Meals Plans: (HB) Breakfast&Dinner 

Day 07 :Mocimboa de Praia: Beach or Market Walk or Sailing:
After breakfast enjoy the beach or walk to the trade markets and learning more about this country, which is one of Africa's biggest kept secrets. Optional you can hire a sailing boat to cross the bay into the other side where there is nice and clean water for snorkeling or just relax at the nice and quite beach there till afternoon then cruise back to the hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at Chez Natalie Bandas/ComplexoIlhaVumba
Meals Plans: (HB) Breakfast &Dinner 

Day 08 : Mocimboa de Praia/PanganeBeach:

Morning after breakfast, drive to Pangane Beach via Macomia Town then turn left to Mucojo Village about 45kilimiters. Pangane Village its situated north of Pemba on a beautiful palm fringed, sandy peninsula. Access is by 4x4 only or by boat from the islands. Pangane has a lovely coastline, white sands, azure waters and isolation. Its near toQurimbas Archipelago so there so many marine activities one can do, eg diving, snorkeling,fishing, village walk or simple relax at the beach. All the hotels are staying in close proximity to a working fishing village. Dinner and overnight will be at Messano Flower Lodge / Guludo Beach Lodge. 
Meals Plans: (HB) Breakfast&Dinner 

Day 09 :Pangane BeachMorning after breakfast you can choose to participate in sea activities eg snorkeling, Diving, beach walk, Village walk, or choose to relax at the beach in the hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at Messano Flower Lodge / Guludo Beach Lodge. 
MealsPlans: (HB) Breakfast,& Dinner 

Day 10 :Pangane/Ibo Island: After breakfast we transfer to Tandahangue village to take a dhow to Ibo Island. Ibo Island lies in the Quirimbas Archipelago of northern Mozambique. Nominated for World Heritage status Ibo has been described as one of the most unique and atmospheric islands in the world. Ibo Island was once a prosperous trading post, but today many of the colonial houses have been abandoned, and are crumbling beyond repair. Walking along wide roads lined with grand, old mansions is almost like stepping back 200 years in time. Dinner and overnight will be at MitiMiwiri Lodge /Baobibo ILHA DO IBO
MealsPlans: (HB) Breakfast & Dinner 

Day 11: Ibo Island: Today you will spend at Ibo Island. A tour which will lead you to explore the heart of the village, with its ancient ruins, the magnificent Colonial Portuguese Architecture, its forts and fortress and its palaces still preserved, A tour that will allow the power of imagination to rebuild the greatness and the prestige of Ibo Island in its past time. For those who want to adventure out on an unforgettable walk, we strongly recommend the Quirimba's walk as being the best choice. Accompanied by a local guide, you will cross walk the sea at low tide to the neighborhood island. It is a spectacular journey through the mangroves. Crossing the Quirimba's Channel you will reach Quirimba Island, where you can enjoy a brief tour of the island until the high tide brings the sea back and allows you, powered by the wind, to return on a dhow to Ibo Island. Dinner and overnight will be at MitiMiwiri Lodge / Baobibo ILHA DO IBO
MealsPlans: (HB) Breakfast & Dinner

Day 12: Ibo Island /Pemba: Morning after breakfast take a boat back to Tandahangue where you will meet your driver and vehicle then transfer to Pemba, the centre of Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique, is the world's third largest port and has a long tradition of fishing and commerce inherited by the Arabs as far back as 800 years ago. Until the end of the 19th century, the most important commerce of the region was the ivory trade as well as the capture and export of slaves, first by Arabs and later by Portugese colonialists. The hotels is few kilometers before Pemba Town in a small village called Mecufi turn right to drive to the beach ComplexoUpeponi or Hotel in Down town near the Beach Kauri Resort.Dinner and overnight. MealsPlans: (HB) Breakfast & Dinner

Day 13: Flightback to Dar es Salaam: Transfer to Pemba Airport in time for your schedule flight back to Dar es Salaam. 

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Included
• Park fees (For non-residents)
• All activities (Unless labeled as optional)
• All accommodation (Unless listed as upgrade)
• A professional driver/guide
• All transportation (Unless labeled as optional)
• All Taxes/VAT
• Roundtrip airport transfer
• Meals (As specified in the day-by-day section)
• Drinks water during game drives (As specified in the day-by-day section)

Excluded
• International flights (From/to home)
• Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
• Tips (Tipping guideline US$10.00 pp per day)
• Personal items (Souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.)
• Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees

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