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Experience A Cold Spring Water Swim In The Sanje Mountain Waterfalls On This Mikumi Tour

Created with Sketch. Dar es Salaam Tanzania
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Duration

5 Days / 4 Nights

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Tour Type

Daily Tour

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Group Size

12 people

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Overview

Tanzania has many different waterfalls, such as the Sanje Warterfall, which is the biggest and highest waterfall in Tanzania National Park’s. It is 170m from the bottom to the top and is divided into three stages.

The first stage is 170m, the second stage is 30m and the last stage is 70m.

At the second stage you are not allowed to swim, because it’s very deep with lots of caves, so there is high pressure and circulation of water.

From the main gate to the starting point It has 10km and it has 8 km to complete the holy circuit because there are two options.

There is the long way and short way. The long way has 8 km and short way is 3 km and it takes almost 5 hours up and down.

At Sanje Water Fall there is the nice view point to see sugar plantation, sanje village and sunrise when you camp there.

And here is where it’s great for swimming and diving at the first stage and third stage.

Note the following Group rates per person also

3pax: Per person each US$ 870
4pax: Per person each US$ 770

5pax: Per person each US$ 700
6pax: Per person each US$ 670

Our Jeep can take maximum 6 Pax, extra pax can pay according to the number they are.

Single Room Supplement (SRS): US$ 60

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • 3pax: Per person each US$870
  • 4pax: Per person each US$770
  • 5pax: Per person each US$700
  • 6pax: Per person each US$670
  • Our Jeep can take maximum 6 Pax, extra pax can pay according to the number they are.
  • Single Room Supplement (SRS): US$60

Itinerary

Day 1 Dar es Salaam
Day 1 Dar es Salaam

Azam Marine Ferry to Dar es Salaam and then meet your driver and drive to Mikumi National Park, hot lunch in Morogoro.
Dinner and overnight at Camp Bastian.

Camp Bastian Mikumi is set in some unique and natural surroundings. The Camp is located in the buffer zone of Mikumi National Park about 10km from the main gate and A7 Dar es Salaam-Zambia/Malawi Highway. Cottages have private verandahs and decorated with locally made furniture and fabrics to keep an authentic atmosphere in the rooms. Each cottage has private bathroom attached.

You will find everything you need during your stay, complimentary bottled water, towels and mosquito netting, hot water and electricity 24hrs.

Mikumi National Park abuts the northern border of Africa's biggest game reserve - the Selous – and is transected by the surfaced road between Dar es Salaam and Iringa. It is thus the most accessible part of a 75,000 square kilometer (47,000 square mile) tract of wilderness that stretches east almost as far as the Indian Ocean. The open horizons and abundant wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain, the popular centerpiece of Mikumi, draw frequent comparisons to the more famous Serengeti Plains.

Day 2 Camp Bastian
Day 2 Camp Bastian

After breakfast, full day game drive in the park with lunch boxes.
Dinner and overnight at Camp Bastian.

Day 3 Udzungwa Mountains
Day 3 Udzungwa Mountains

After breakfast on Day 3 we depart to Udzungwa Mountain and start climbing the mountain where you will sleep in tents (Camping on the mountain). We can use short way up as it’s 3 km and it takes almost 5 hours up and down.

Udzungwa Mountains: Udzungwa mountain's national Park was gazetted 29/2/1992 and officially opened 21/10/1992 by Hon. Prince Bernard from The Netherlands.

Udzungwa Mountain's National Park is 1990 km. Geographically it rises in to two regions in west side IRINGA region and in east side MOROGORO region.

On the IRINGA side are sub savanna, so there is a good possibility to spot different species of animals like buffalo, elephants, greater kudu, lesser kudu, sable antelope, impala, duiker, lion, leopard, hyena, warthog, Hippo, crocodile.

But on the MOROGORO side are tropical rain forest, so there is good possibility to spot different species of primates, bird's, plants, waterfalls, snake, insects and etc.

There different major attractions, which are found in the Park. There eleven species of primates which are found in the Park, as the Udzungwa Mountain's National Park is the only national Park which have eleven species of primates but two of them are EDEMIC.

SANJE CRESTED MANGAMBEY and UDZUNGWA RED COUROUBUS MONKEY.
We have 400 species of birds because udzungwa mountain's national Park is the second biodiversity of birds in Africa after ITULI FOREST, which are found in DEMOCRATIC OF CONGO.

But also two of them are EDEMIC, rufous winged sunbird and udzungwa forest partirige and also we have 2,500 species of plants, but 160 species are used for local medicinal to treat different disease like malaria, stomach, asthma and etc.

We have 250 species of butterfly, but also three of them are EDEMIC here.
We have different waterfalls, namely SANJE WARTERFALL which is the biggest and highest waterfall in TANZANIA NATIONAL PARK'S. It is 170m from the bottom to the top and is divided in to three stages. The first stage it has 170m, the second stage it is 30m and the last stage it has 70m.

At the second it is not allowed to swim there because it's very deep and there is a lot of cave's so there is high pressure of water and circulation of water.

From the main gate to the starting point It has 10km and it has 8 km to complete the holy circuit because there is two option. There is long way and short way. The long way has 8 km and short way it 3 km and it takes almost 5 hours up and down. At Sanje Water Fall there is the nice view point to see sugar plantation, sanje village and sunrise when you camp there. Also there is a nice place for swimming and diving at the first stage and third stage.

Day 4 Sanje Mountain Waterfalls
Day 4 Sanje Mountain Waterfalls

After early morning breakfast on the mountain you will see the sunrise and after the sunrise you go for cold spring water swimming on Sanje mountain waterfalls, after swimming lunch will be provided and after lunch you will depart back to Mikumi. Dinner and overnight at Camp Bastian.

Day 5 Zanzibar
Day 5 Zanzibar

After breakfast, depart back to Dar with lunch box, then Ferry to catch your boat connection to Zanzibar.

Included/Exclude

  • • Ferry Return ZNZ-DAR- ZNZ.
  • • Alphard/ Jeep 4 x 4 from Dar – Mikumi - Dar
  • • Jeep 4x4 and English-speaking driver/guide
  • • 3 nights’ full board accommodation at Camp Bastian
  • • 1-night full board accommodation at Udzungwa National Park (Camping)
  • • Park fees full day game drives as above
  • • Park fees for Udzungwa and Camping fees
  • • Tourism development levy
  • • Lunch on the Road
  • • Drinks (2 bottles of Mineral water on the Road)
  • • Accommodation and meals in Dar
  • • Soft drinks and Beverages
  • • Transfer from Zanzibar Hotels to Ferry Return
  • • Laundry
  • • Medical and luggage insurance
  • • Tips and other personal expenses

Tour's Location

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