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Feature adventure holidays
We’ve developed a range of dedicated solo holidays & solo travel packages; exclusively for people booking on their own. Around 40% of all our passengers are solo travellers.
Longleat Safari Adventure
Transport - Light aircraft, 4WD, boat, minibus, canoe, on foot.
Accommodation - Comfortable hotels (2nts), safari lodge (5nts)
Meals - 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 5 dinners
We often have multiple itineraries so please check to see which itinerary is suitable for you, by selecting the relevant tab.
Saadani National Park.
Today you will meet your group at Zanzibar airport and connect to Saadani National Park. Saadani is the only coastal wildlife park in East Africa located on the Indian Ocean. Depending on arrival time you are free to relax on the beach or go for a nature walk in the grounds. Yuor accommodation here is called Tent With a View.
Tent with a View - Permanent Tented bandas (AAA) - 5 nights
Saadani National Park
Bordering the park, your fixed tents are beautifully situated on the beach, with a bar and restaurant. A 30 minute walk away is the small local fishing village of Mkwaja. This morning you will enjoy a full day out by boat and safari vehicle. A boat safari on Saadani's Wami River is a great opportunity to get a close look at hippos and crocodiles and a real feast for bird lovers. After a packed lunch you'll jump into your safari vehicle for an afternoon game drive, with great wildlife spotting. At some point on safari, you will learn how to set a camera trap.(B,L,D)
Saadani National Park - elephant & turtle project
Today after a briefing about the Saadani elephant project run from the lodge and the Saadani green turtle project the kids will have a swahili lesson before you all receive a great talk about current consrvation work taknig place. A late afternoon game drive will follow in search, particulary of the Saadani elephants. (BLD)
Saadani National Park - Turtles hatching
This morning you will walk up to the beach to the local fishing village of Mkwaja where you can experience colourful local village life and maybe even play football with local children. After lunch, relax on the beach, take a nature walk around the extensive lodge grounds or maybe go on a canoe ride on the lodge's Mafui creek. If t here is some turtle activity, you will visit the Madete marine park in Saadani instead of Mkwaja village and learn about the Green Turtle projet. During the peak season period of July to September you will get 50% chnace of witnessing turtles hatching. If so, you might be required to assist with turtles reaching the sea if our experts feel thatthere is a real threat to the path of the turtles. This is a sensitive topic that is monitored strictly(you cannot see nests and unless the turtles are hatching, there is nothing to see except an empty beach).
Late afternoon, drive to The Roof of Saadani (an amazing 20 metre tall viewing tower) and experience views of the park and ocean. Spend an exciting night on the animal-filled salt flats. You will take a night drive after sundowner drinks before dinner or spot wildlife from the crow's nest (BLD).
Saadani National Park
After an early morning foot safari across the salt flats, you can enjoy a well deserved breakfast at the Roof. The afternoon is at leisure at the lodge. There are optional activities on offer or simply wander down the beach or have a swim.
Fly to Zanzibar
Today you fly to Zanzibar by light aircraft. You will disembark and transfer to your hotel on arrival (15 minutes). As a result of its trade in slaves and spices, Zanzibar was for many years the most important town on the East African coast. The Sultans of Oman, who introduced the clove tree to its fertile soil at the start of the last century, moved their court here from Muscat in the Gulf and ruled until independence in the early 1960s. As a major trading centre, the 'Spice Island' is also reputed to be the birthplace of Swahili, the simple lingua franca that developed to allow trade between people of different languages. In the heart of the original merchant city the baleful cry of the muezzin calling the faithful to prayer resonates though the narrow stone streets.
Today explore the atmospheric, faded splendour of Stone Town. As you wander through the narrow, whitewashed streets, watch out for the bustling old fish market, the vibrant colours of the stalls in the fruit market, and the evocative mix of veiled women and men in white pillar-box hats. (B)
Today your tour ends at your hotel after breakfast. You may want to extend your stay for a few night on the pristine white sand beach before you head home. (See Extension section) (B)