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Accommodation


You can choose between accommodation in lodge or camping according to your taste and budget.

For the camping, Majik Safaris has Igloo tents of 2 to 3 places and comfortable foam rubber mattresses.
You will be accompanied by a cook who prepares all your meals.

The Car


Majik safaris has well-kept jeeps with four-wheel drive, 5 to 6 places and a sliding roof for a better view.

The Guide


our guide is an experienced driver. He is Tanzanian, knows well all the sites and is available throughout the whole safari to share with you his knowledge on the wildlife and his country.

All the guides speak English but you can ask a French-speaking guide as well.

Majik safaris has well-kept jeeps with four-wheel drive, 5 to 6 places and a sliding roof for a better view.

What to bring on a safari?

Cotton clothes are the most comfortable (as the tracks are often dusty, white is changing colour soon …), but avoid unnecessary loading.
Don’t forget: sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, binoculars, camera (with batteries or battery charger and films, pants and a sweater for the evenings (especially in Ngorongoro).

For the camping: sleeping bag, lamp.

Routes

Majik Safaris can organize any safari at your personal convenience in the parks of the north as well as in the south.
If you want to complete your safari with a stay on the coast or on the islands, at the lakes, in the mountains…
If you want to climb the Mont Meru, the Kilimanjaro or the Oldonyo Lengai,
Majik Safaris can arrange that for you, too …just contact us.  

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Rates

The pricing of the safaris will be calculated in dependence of your choice of accommodation, the number of persons in the car, the number of days and the season… (from 140€ per person per day).

This includes:

                    The entry fees for the parks and the “game drive”
                    A four-wheel driven jeep with sliding roof.
                    The gasoline and maintenance of the car.
                    A guide that is an experienced driver.
                    3 meals a day (except for Arusha).
                    The lodges or the camping fares and equipment.
                    Drinking water.
                    The transfers to the airport or the bus station.

 This does not include:
                    Drinks, such as soft drinks, beers…
                    Optional visits (the Masai village, museum…)
                    Personal spending such as visas, luggage assurance, presents, clothes, laundry, sleeping bag…
                    Tips for the driver/guide (and the cook for the camping option) that are left to your discretion.
                    Robberies.
                    Accommodation and meals in Arusha (but Majik Safaris can do a reservation for you).