Kilimanjaro Centre For Trekking and Ecotourism (KCTE) offers private safaris with one to twelve day itineraries. We would be glad to work with you in extending your stay in Tanzania. Our safaris include accommodations in lodges and permanent tented camps, strategically located in the heart of the action in Serengeti National Park and in Karatu, an ideal base for excursions into Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Eyasi and Lake Manyara. We have a fleet of well maintained vehicles with custom pop up roofs for the best game viewing experience.
Tanzania Safari vehicles Features:
- Our safari vehicles can carry from 5 up to 7 peoples.
- We assure all our clients window seats with proper seat belts. There are no middle seats.
- All our vehicles have cooler boxes/ fridges filled with bottles of mineral water.
- Most of the vehicles have a power plug for charging cameras or laptop batteries.
- Our safari driver guides are well trained and always equipped with reference books for fauna & flora as well as a pair of binoculars.
Our Driver guides:
Staffed by professional safari guides who have intimate knowledge of the National Parks of Northern Tanzania, our experts know where to find the wildlife, either through experience or through a network of communication with other guides. They can spot animals from great distances and do their best to bring you close for an unforgettable encounter with Africa’s majestic animals.
Our Driver guides are all trained naturalists who have more than five years experience with us, they know their way around the parks and are skilled at spotting and identifying wildlife. They are also trained to prepare delicious picnic lunches in the bush, so that you can maximize your game viewing opportunities.
Game viewing from the vehicle is one of the core activities of a wildlife safari. Drives are conducted in the morning and evening, but depending on time of year and weather conditions may extend throughout the day. It is often best to head out for a game drive very early after a quick cup of coffee and a muffin, returning later for a leisurely breakfast. Alternatively a camp breakfast could be followed by a long morning game scouting drive with a picnic carried along and eaten whenever the opportunity presents itself. Evening game drives are generally very rewarding, and it is during these times that we expect the best light for photography and enjoying the ever magnificent African bush scenery.