Welcome to Kichao Safaris

Africa is an exciting continent, offering the traveler a huge variety of destinations and styles of travel. We pride ourselves in our ability to make things happen in this amazing continent, our home for over seven generations. Thedifference between us and the many operators out there boils down to experience,commitment and ability - the directors have been guiding all over East Africa forover 10 years and we now own and operate our own companies in Tanzania, as well as vehicles, guides.etc. And have offices in both Netherlands and Tanzania.

What to do in Tanzania?

wildebeeste migration

The Great Serengeti National Park

Is the largest national park in Tanzania and Africa in terms of size and number of animals available in the park. The park covers about 5698 sq mile (14,760 sq km) of wildness between Tanzania border with Kenya, Lake Victoria and Great Rift Valley. The Serengeti Park owes its name from Massai people, in the Massai language "Serengeti" means "the endless wildness plain". Serengeti is the largest wildlife animal sanctuary in the World.

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lion in manyara

The NgoroNgoro Crater

Is about 828 Sq.Km. is a perfect caldera of the world, Ngorongoro Crater is the eighth wonders of the world, it is also believed to have been taller once than the famous Kilimanjaro before its inactive volcano collapsed and formed unbroken caldera crater 610 meters deep, 13 mile (20 km ) wide about two million years ago. The conservation area covers about 3185 sq miles (8250 sq km), the crater covers about 100 sq miles (260 sq km).

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Tarangire National

Tarangire and Lake Manyara

though relatively smaller parks; located south west of Arusha town do offer plenty to see. Black rhinos; over 380 species of birds; the worlds largest bird the ostrich; the Kori bustard the only world heaviest bird that can fly, elephants; wart hogs, baboons, zebra, the tree-climbing lions, hot springs, and the rising steep escarpment of the Tanzania Great rift Valley are only a selection of what these areas can offer.

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Selous National Park

Selous National Park

Elephants, crocodiles and hippos in rivers; buffaloes, and baobab trees dominate. The first modern national park to be established was Yellow national park of USA in 1872. The first reservation for recreational purposes to be established in Africa and the second in the world after Yellow Stone, was Selous Game Reserve in 1896, Kruger national parks was established two year later after Selous.

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