A classically styled honeymoon, this wonderful journey affords an unforgettable insight into two distinct sides of Tanzania. Beginning with a safari adventure deep in the heart of one of the country’s most scenic national parks, you will then swap the dusty plains of Ruaha for the white sands of the Indian Ocean, as you fly out to the paradise island of Pemba.
Arriving in Dar es Salaam, you will have a chance to enjoy an evening in this bustling port, before flying south towards the remote wilds of the Ruaha National Park. Offering unrivalled access to some truly exceptional wildlife viewing, your time here will be spent enjoying the rustic charms and unparalleled hospitality of a safari camp that harks back to the romance of a golden age of travel.
From here you then fly across the Zanzibar archipelago to the serene paradise of Pemba Island, where you will spend the rest of your stay enjoying the charms of a wonderful beachside lodge. Sandwiched between beach and mangroves, the lodge provides the perfect setting from which to enjoy inviting turquoise waters, long, lazy lunches and a chance to dive some of the finest reefs in East Africa.
*Please note the above price is per person based on two Honeymooners sharing a room
Track wild dogs on the open plains of Ruaha National Park.
Enjoy a chance to get up close and personal with the elephant herds of Ruaha.
Pamper yourself with a relaxing alfresco spa.
Savour an array of delicious, freshly caught seafood.
Learn to dive in the warm, turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.
1 night Dar es Salaam Serena Hotel
3 nights Kichaka Expeditions
7 nights Fundu Lagoon
11 nights accommodation, 1 in a hotel, 3 in a bush camp and 7 in a beach lodge
11 breakfasts, 10 lunches and 10 dinners
House drinks everywhere apart from Dar es Salaam
3 scheduled light aircraft flights (baggage restrictions apply)
Private road transfers in Dar es Salaam
Shared transfers between Ruaha Airstrip and safari camp
Shared road and speedboat transfers on Pemba Island
Shared safari activities in Ruaha National Park
Selected activities on Pemba Island
Conservation and park fees
Have you seen the movie Gladiator? If not, go and watch right now. Those who have seen in will be glad to know that Sahara is the location where the most prominent scenes of the movie were shot. You can start with capturing the velvet dunes and taking photos of the snake charmers and mighty camels proudly swaying as they carry bedouins on their back. Once in a province, you will get a chance to capture and even participate in the traditional tea ceremony as well as to see the locals playing gnawa music performed on goatskin drums. The beauty of the sunset in Sahara is just a cherry on the top of a cake you cannot miss out on.