Karibu Cruize Wild Safaris

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Cruize Wild Safari is the tour company agent located at Southern Part of Tanzania especially Iringa. We offer northern circuit and southern circuit safaris around Tanzania and within African continent. We are rapidly growing company in southern Tanzania with experienced and expert people in tourism industry. The hospitality and customer care is the model of our work.

 

Our Popular Packages

Bird watching Safaris

Get  amazing experience and view difference birds species of bird

Photographers Safaris

Tanzania has been the most place you can get the great wild adventure

Family Trip

Come together with your family to see, have the good moment  and memory.

Our History

 

 

The map of  Tanzania may have statisticians salivating,  but it will also touch the heart of any poet. It is a virtual litany of  Africa ‘s most evocative place names  Zanzibar,  Kilimanjaro,  Serengeti, Selous, Ngorongoro  Crater, Olduvai  Gorge,  Gombe  Stream, Dar es  Salaam, Kilwa, Lake  Victoria, Lake  Tanganyika, Lake  Malawi,  the rift  Valley, The Maasai  Steppe. In short, Tanzania is the  Africa you have always dreamed about: vast plains teeming with wild animals;  rainforests alive with cackling birds and monkeys; Kilimanjaro’s snow-capped peak rising dramatically above the flat scrubland; colorful Maasai herding their cattle alongside herds of grazing wildebeest; perfect palm-lined beaches lapped by the clear warm waters of the Indian Ocean stretching as far as the eye can see.

This is of interest to two classes of the visitor, ironically lying at the extreme ends of the spectrum. For those seeking exclusivity at a price, the southern and western tourist circuit, which includes Mafia Island, Selous Game Reserve, and Udzungwa, Ruaha, Mikumi, Mahale, Gombe Stream, Katavi, and Rubondo Island national parks, has generally retained a real wilderness atmosphere, offering quality lodge accommodation and (mostly) fly-in safari packages at a price comparable to an upmarket lodge safari on the more popular northern safari circuit. And make no mistake, these are wonderful reserves, forming a safari circuit. and make no mistake, these are wonderful reserves, forming a safari circuit that many African countries would kill for. Their relative obscurity is largely due to the fact that they lie in the same country as the renowned Serengeti ecosystem.

Broadly speaking, tourism arrivals are highest during the northern hemisphere winter, while the low season runs from the end of the eastern weekend until the end of September, though this is distorted by a surge of tourism over June and July when the wildebeest migration is on in the Serengeti.

The rainy season between November and April is a good time to visit the Serengeti; it is when the countryside is greenest, and it offers the best birdwatching, with resident species supplemented by a number of Palaearctic and intra-Africa migrants. The rainy season is hotter than the period May to October, but in most parts of the country, this will only be by a matter of a couple of degrees. The seasonal difference in temperature is most noticeable along the humid coast, which can be rather uncomfortable in the hotter months. The wettest months are March and April, when parts of the country may experience storms virtually on a daily basis.

The dry season, in particular, March and September offer the best trekking condition on Mount Kilimanjaro and Meru. The dry season is the best time for hiking generally, and for traveling in parts of the country with poor roads. The temperature at the coast tend to be more bearable during the dry season, which is also considerably safer than the wet season in terms of malaria and other mosquito-borne diseases.

 

 

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