Experience a Tanzanian Safari in different ways - get up close and personal! Get to know Africa on your own feet outside your safari vehicle - it's absolutely amazing! A trip to Tanzania is both intriguing and exciting, brought about by the fascinating balance between the wildlife, the landscapes and its people. Kipepeo Tours is dedicated to provide you the opportunity to experience the amazing landscape, rich wildlife and the varying climates that make Tanzania such an attractive destination. From the snow capped Mount Kilimanjaro to the sunny beach of Zanzibar we can tailor you holiday to be everything you have ever dreamed of and more. Kipepeo Tours can provide you with the opportunity to learn about local cultures within Tanzania such as the Maasai, Chaga and the Hadzabe by visiting these local tribes and even living with them. We, at Kipepeo Tours, are dedicated to plan your perfect personal Safari, we have daily departure safaris and we customise each itinerary to suit the individual's or group's wishes. We specialize in safaris, culture tourism, bird watching and honeymoon safaris in an exclusive African style, Zanzibar holidays, group travel, family safaris and budget camping safaris Kipepeo Tours is comprised of a small but vibrant team, led by Baltazar Athanas, we aim to please and can provide you with safari packages for; families, executives, adventure travelers as well as students. Kindly browse through our website to get a glimpse of the exciting adventure that awaits. Karibu Sana...
Tanzania is a wildlife lovers' paradise and Africa's prime game-viewing country. From the vast plains of the Serengeti in the north, to the chimpanzee sanctuaries of Gombe and Mahale in the west and the lesser-known 'jewels' of Ruaha and the Selous in the south, Tanzania's biodiversity is truly breathtaking. The sheer numbers of birds and animals - there are an estimated 32,000 elephants in Selous Game Reserve alone - are testament to the fact that almost a quarter of the country's total land area is protected, either as national parks, reserves or conservation areas. And research projects carried out in these protected areas continue to make an impact on science at large: from Marion East's study of Serengeti spotted hyenas, which shows how this female-dominated society 'commute', often hundreds of kilometres, to their prey; to the Mkomazi Research Project, a collaborative study of the flora and fauna in Mkomazi Game Reserve, by Tanzania's Department of Wildlife, the Royal Geographical Society and Oxford University, which has yielded a number of new species.
Safari in Tanzania