Saadani Day Safari Trip

1 Day

Saadani day safari trip gives you the chance to visit the only park in the entire East Africa region which border with the beach. This day trip starts and ends up in Dar es Salaam and it is suitable for travelers, school children or college students who want to explore the Tanzanian wilderness but with insufficient time.

All participants for the Saadani day Safari trip will be picked up at any agreed picking points within Dar es Salaam city. Picnic lunch and pure drinking water will be organize by us except for the school children and college students who will have to organize for their meals and drinking water and our role will be only to organize for the transport and the payments of their park entrance fees.

    Overview

    Game Viewing Activities in Saadani

    The major game viewing activities on the Saadani day Safari trip are the game drive and boat trip along the Wami River which crossing Saadani National Park flowing towards the Indian Ocean.

    This river host a large population of hippos, crocodiles, flamingos, and many other large bird species. Both game drive and boat safari will provides you with the highest chance to see a variety of large African mammals such as elephants, giraffe, buffalo, warthog, reedbuck, waterbuck, hartebeest, greater kudu, wildebeest, eland, sable, yellow baboon. The Saadani National Park is also boast a large population of birds and reptiles.

    In the mid-day your guide will show the picnic site where you will stop for some few minutes to take your picnic lunch. After the lunch you will continue with further game viewing activities in the park until later afternoon hours when you will start driving back to Dar es Salaam.

      Itinerary

      Early in the morning at 06h:00 we shall pick you up from the agreed picking point in Dar es Salaam to start the Saadani Day Safari Trip. The journey from Dar es Salaam to Saadani takes about 2 hours driving through the historical town of Bagamoyo. While on the way we shall pass through local villages, small town and some historical sites. The landscapes along the way are so beautiful featured by valleys, hills and the coastal plains.

      As we arrive at Saadani national park you we shall proceed with the game drive into the park searching for a different herds of animals. With no doubt we will be able to spot various land mammals such as elephant, lion, giraffe, buffalo, zebra, waterbuck and sable antelope and birds like the African hornbill.

      During this Saadani Day Safari Trip we will be able to spot crocodiles, hippos and marine and riverine birds such as mangrove kingfisher and lesser flamingo along the Wami River. The beaches of Saadani national parks are one of the major breeding sites for green turtles on Main Land Tanzania.

      Picnic lunch will be served on the beach and proceed with the game viewing till later afternoon then depart back to Dar es Salaam

      What are so special in Saadani National Park?

      Saadani is one of the fewer breeding site for endangered Green Sea Turtles and the only Tanzania Park to protect the mangrove forest. The coastal forest in this unique park harbors rare species of Black and white Colobus Monkeys.

        What animals are in Saadani National Park?

        Tanzania’s only wildlife sanctuary bordering the sea, Saadani National Park has a huge variety of wildlife including lion, leopard, zebra, giraffe, elephant, buffalo, hippo, hyena, vervet monkey and colobus monkey.

          What are the tourism activities in Saadani National Park?

          TOURISM ACTIVITIES
          • Boat safari at the delta of Wami River and the ocean, mangrove vegetation, water loving birds, Hippos and Nile crocodile.
          • Visit Green turtle Breeding site at Madete area.

            Is Saadani National Park worth visiting?

             

            Saadani National Park’s coastal location is ideal if you’re looking for both bush and beach in one destination. It is the only bush-meets-beach wildlife sanctuary in East Africa making it wonderfully unique and worth a visit if your route permits.

              What is the vegetation in Saadani National Park?

              • It offers the unique combination of terrestrial and maritime ecosystems with main vegetation complexes
              • A heterogeneous forest-savanna-grassland mosaic
              • The ancient coastal forest on the Zaraninge Plateau
              • A shoreline with salt flats, coastal fringe forests, herbaceous dune vegetation and mangrove forests; mangrov

                What is the most beautiful park in Tanzania?

                Best National Parks in Tanzania
                • The Serengeti.
                • Ngorongoro Crater.
                • Lake Manyara.
                • Tarangire National Park.
                • Arusha National Park.
                • Kilimanjaro National Park.
                • The Selous Game Reserve.
                • Ruaha National Park.

                  Safari Cost Includes

                  • Park Entrance Fees
                  • Game drive in a 4×4 Safari vehicle with pop roof
                  • Fee for a professional a qualified Safari guide
                  • Picnic Lunch and Drinking water
                  • Optional game drive and boat safari

                  Safari Cost Excludes

                  • All beverages,
                  • Items of a personal nature
                  • Accommodation at Dar es Salaam

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                    Saadani Day Safari Trip
                    From $200
                    / Adult

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