Movement of Jah People 


Safari tour Southern Tanzania  - Full Itinerary


Monday 28 January 2019

You arrive in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's largest city. We will pick you up from the airport and bring you to Kipepeo Beach village, a nice resort at a tropical beach where you will spend the night. If there is time we will hang out with some local Rastafarians who will show you around in this part of the city. 

Accommodation: Kipepeo Beach Village

Meals:  -


Tuesday 29 January 2019

We spend a full day in Dar es Salaam. We will be introduced with the local Rastafari community, and they will explain about their life in this city and their Rastafari livity. Local Rafarians will guide us around and show the city. 


Accommodation: Kipepeo Beach village

Meals: Breakfast and lunch


Wednesday 30 January 2019

We leave Dar es Salaam and drive south towards Mikumi National Park, one of the great national parks of Tanzania. We expect to arrive after lunchtime, and at the end of the afternoon we take a few hours to enjoy the beautiful African savanna. Chances are good we will see elephants, zebras, giraffes, and buffaloes. Lions also live in this area, but they are not so easy to see, they like to hide in the high grasses. We spend the night in a fine hotel close to the park.  

Accommodation: Tan Swiss Hotel

Meals: Breakfast 



Thursday 31 January 2019

We continue our journey further inland to the Udzungwa Mountains National Park. This is a mountainous area covered by dense rainforest. This part of Tanzania is rarely visited by tourists and you can really feel the authentic African atmosphere. We make a hike in the rainforest towards the top of a waterfall where you can enjoy a magnificent view over the whole area. On the way we look out for indigenous animals like tropical birds and monkeys. We spend the night in a beautiful lodge on the foot on the mountains. Meals are provided. 

Accommodation: Udzungwa Forest Lodge - luxury tents

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner




Friday 1 February 2019 

We spend another day in the Udzungwa Mountains to enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the natural environment. In the morning we make a walk through the area, we pass through small villages where local villagers show us around. After lunch you have time to relax. 

Accommodation: Udzungwa Forest Lodge - luxury tents

Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner




Saturday 2 February 2019

We leave the Udzungwa Mountains and head further inland towards Ruaha National Park, the largest national park of Tanzania and often referred to as 'Tanzania's best kept secret'. It is a vast area of wild untouched nature with an abundance of wild animals. On the way we stop in Iringa, the region's capital to do groceries and have lunch. At the end of the afternoon we arrive in Ruaha where we stay in little huts in the middle of the park. Often animals come close to the camp. We bring a cook who will provide meals during our stay in the park. 

Accommodation: Ruaha park bandas

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner




Sunday 3 and Monday 4 February

We spend two full days in Ruaha National Park. We explore different areas of the park with our specialty prepared land cruiser. Chances are good we will see large animals like elephants, lions, hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes, giraffes, etc. If we are lucky we will also see leopards, and maybe even a cheeta. Virtually all big African mammals live in this park, except rhinos. You can also do a 'walking safari', where you will walk through the bush on foot under protection of armed guards. One morning we will go out early at dawn to see the sunrise in the park . This is the best chance to see lions hunting. Meals are provided by our chef and in the evening we relax around the campfire enjoying the stars in the African sky and the sounds of the wildlife around us. 

Accommodation: Ruaha park bandas

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner



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Tuesday 5 February

We leave Ruaha and drive back to the town of Iringa. There we stay in a guesthouse that is connected to an NGO that is committed to create employability for people who have a disability. They have a workshop where they make all kinds of crafts. We visit the workshop and a local resident will show us around in town, which is mainly known for its lively market. 

Accommodation: Neema Grafts Guesthouse

Meals: Breakfast




Wednesday 6 February

Today we return back to Dar es Salaam. You can choose to drive back by car, which will take the whole day. You can also go by plane with a domestic flight. This option will cost you US$200 extra, but saves you af full day driving. In Dar es Salaam we spend the night in a hotel in the city. 

Accommodation: Econolodge Dar es Salaam

Meals: Breakfast

Wednesday 7 February

You can end your trip here and fly back home, or extend your trip with a visit to the tropical island of Zanzibar, where we will go to Sauti Za Busara, the largest annual music festival of East-Africa. 

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