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Kruger/other S.A. games reserves cited in 'Romantic Valentine's Day Activities In/Near 26 Iberia Destinations'

Sure, going out for an intimate dinner à deux is pretty much everyone's default on this day for lovers. But to make Valentine's Day extra special, seek out an experience that will make it truly memorable for years to come. High and low, on land and water, laid-back and high-adrenaline; simple and elaborate; cheap and pricey - there's something here for every couple! read post

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Prepping for an Africa safari

  Some getaways you can make without much fuss - on the spur of the moment, even. But certain trips need a degree of organisation, and unless you're going with an upmarket tour operator that takes care of every last detail, an African safari - truly a life-changing experience, clichéd as that phrase has become - is very definitely one of them. Here's our take on the best approach - and some of these tips will strike you as no-brainers, but others may not have occurred to you. Let's have at it,…

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What awaits on a Tanzania safari holiday

Nature continues to amaze and thrill us. The beauty, mystery and depth it presents can be indescribable. Spending some quality time in nature is undoubtedly one of the best ways to take the edge off and recharge during the holidays.  In a 2017 post about the best safari holiday destinations worldwide, we mentioned that Tanzania is considered one of the best four safari destinations worldwide. Here are five prime safari experiences in this country which will leave you with eco memories to last a…

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  • Wow, looks like the luxury JW Marriott brand will open a safari lodge in the Masai Mara in '23. Who knows, if this becomes a trend, maybe the budget brands will eventually get in on the act. Super 8 Safari Lodge Ngororogoro Crater, anyone? ;)
    Your Next Safari Lodge Could Be a Marriott—We Took a Closer Look
    In early 2023, the world’s largest hotel chain will open its first safari lodge under the luxury JW Marriott brand in Kenya’s renowned Masai Mara Nat…
  • A very recent Associated Press piece focuses on climate/indrastructure issues affecting nature parks in eastern and southern Africa in
    African wildlife parks face climate, infrastructure threats
    MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Africa's national parks, home to thousands of wildlife species such as lions, elephants and buffaloes, are increasingly threate…
  • If you're interested in responsible/ethical travel, you might want to give this a read:
    How to book an ethical safari: 10 things to consider
    If you want to make sure you're planning an ethical trip, here are 10 things to consider when you book that dream safari in Africa.
  • Africa's luxury safaris and lodges have been upping their game in recent years, to the point where in February the prestigious Architectural Digest ran a survey of some of the most arresting designs on the continent today - definitely some eye-poppers here!
    Africa’s Most Eye-Catching Safari Lodges
    From a 12-suite camp in Botswana to a Tulum-based brand with a new outpost in Namibia, Africa is home to incredible high-design camps
  • WHITE GIRAFFE SIGHTING in Kenya - Hirola Conservancy Program

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  • Jambo Safaris a safari travel agent in Arusha, we have amazing safari tours departing daily from Arusha and all are welcome to join.

    The Machame Route is one of the best options for climbing Kilimanjaro and reputed to have the highest success rate. This scenic route offers a longer period for acclimatization and takes different routes up and down the mountain so you don’t do any backtracking over the same terrain. It features a tented camping experience as opposed to the Marangu Route which makes use of an extensive mountain hut system.

    Your trip starts when we pick you up from the airport at Kilimanjaro from where we will take you to a hotel in Moshi for the night and you will be introduced to your mountain guide who will ensure you have all the necessary gear for the climb.

    The next morning it's about an hour drive to the park gate where you will begin the trek. The first day of trekking is about 5 hours through the beautiful rainforest at the base of Kilimanjaro to the Machame Camp. The trek continues on the second day through increasingly sparse trees and bushes into moorlands and finishes at Shira Camp.

    The third day of trekking is quite helpful for acclimatization as you ascend to the Lava Tower (15,000 feet / 4600m) before descending to the campsite in Barranco Valley. The area before the campsite is known as the "Garden of the Senecios", which features many huge senecio plants as well as the shorter lobelia plants.

    The fourth day starts with the ascent of the Barranco Wall, which is the most difficult climb and involves some easy scrambling. Continuing from the Wall the trail levels out and descends a bit to the Karanga River where you will take lunch before reaching the high camp at Barafu. The vegetation has disappeared completely by the time you reach Barafu and you’re a presented with a barren volcanic plain. The afternoon is spent resting here and the push to the summit begins at 11pm when you gear up for a midnight departure.

    Leaving at midnight it's a slow and cold 6 hour climb to the crater rim and then another hour traverse of the rim to Uhuru Peak the final summit. Having reached the summit you will descend again to Barafu take a short nap break and then continue to the lower elevations at Mweka Camp. One of the reasons for such a long day of trekking is to avoid problems with acclimatization and get you back down to a lower elevation quickly.

    The sixth and final day has trekkers continue through the montane forest to Mweka Gate where transport will be waiting to take you back to Moshi where you will enjoy a final farewell dinner with the staff before departing the following morning.

    For pricing and more inquiries on other tours, please contact us on or

  • We are safari company operating in Tanzania with full certificate of  registration: 

    We offer  & organize all types of safaris, tours & traditional driving safaris in and out of all Tanzania National Parks, mountain climbing expeditionsresponsible and sustainable tourism, camping & luxury safaris, Eco-tourism training and research, Volunteering, hills Trekking, bird watching, cultural tourism, organizing and arranging local transfer, reservations of lodges & hotels, local air ticketing, Walking safaris, photograph tours,  beach holidays & honey moon

    For booking please contact us on


    Book your safaris holidays through our Facebook page.

    Our website is under construction and soon will be online again.

    Our Professional staff and well skilled specialized IT website Norberto is working on it and soon will be seen online.

    We thank him for his hardworking and known the needs of our clients & our community too.

    We work with community surrounding us and the small amount of money we generate we put in community projects and others we set for the daily office operation

    Thank you for Booking and requesting your holidays with us

    Write us and make Call directly through our handset and Skype safaris.3cresttours/ gabriel.elibariki


    Private tour camping based on 3 people $2060 per person

    Luxury $ 2000 per person based on group tours

    Day 1

    Arusha to Lake Manyara National Park. After breakfast, proceed to Lake Manyara for a full day game drive in beautiful Manyara National Park. See buffalo, giraffe, zebra and many more species, all set against the stunning backdrop of the Great Rift Wall. Dinner and overnight at JAMBO CAMPSITE.

    Day 2

    Lake Manyara to Serengeti National Park Set out for the endless open plains and stunning skies of the Serengeti. A good-looking four hour drive, full day game drive together with late evening game drive. Dinner and overnight at Seronera Campsite.

    Day 3

    Serengeti to Ngorongoro. After a relaxing morning and an early lunch, proceed to Ngorongoro, where the night will be spent on the Crater Rim. Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Simba Campsite.

    Day 4

    Ngorongoro Crater tour – back to Arusha. Early breakfast, proceed directly to the Crater floor for a full day crater tour with picnic lunches. Later proceed back to Arusha in the evening

    Included in Tour:

    3 nights camping accommodation Meals:

    Full Board – Breakfast, Hot Lunch or Picnic Lunch and Dinner while on Safari.

    All Transfers and Transport, Park Fees, Camping Accommodation Game viewing activities as stated in the above tour/safari description. Services of a Safari Driver, Guide and Safari Cook.

    Not included in Tour:

    Items of a Personal Nature
    Tips and Gratitude’s to Safari Staff
    International air fares.
    Any required Visas
    Travel Insurance.

    What to bring:

    Clothes. A warm sweater as the nights can be chilly at high altitudes.

    Comfortable shoes,

    Sleeping bags or we can provide you

  • 3 Days Masai Mara Budget Camping Safari Holiday per person Joining. Departures Daily

    3 Days 2 Nights Departing Daily from Nairobi.
    The Price Adults Non Resident :360usd

    Amazing 3days kenya camping safari

    The price Adults Kenyan resident/Citizen

    Day 1: Nairobi / Masai Mara
    08.00 hrs: Leave Nairobi via the Great Rift Valley for Masai Mara Game Reserve, picnic lunch en route. On arrival, proceed for a game drive in search of black maned lion, elephants, leopard and cheetah, buffalo and other plains games. Return to the camp for dinner and overnight. {HB}

    Day 2: Masaai Mara
    After breakfast leave the camp for a full day game drives in Masai Mara, explore the parks amazingly with high concentration of wildlife. This game reserve is Kenya's finest wildlife sanctuary including migrants, well over 450 species of animals have been recorded here although July, August and September are the months when the Mara plains are filled with migrating wildebeest and zebra, there is also resident wildlife year round. The famous Maasai tribesmen live within the dispersal area of the game reserve lunch is serve in the park then return to the Camp for dinner and overnight.

    Day 3: Masai Mara / Nairobi
    08.30 hrs: After breakfast leave Masai Mara for Nairobi arriving around 16.00 hrs. {HB}

    accomodation in a selfcontained tented camp
    Transport in a 7-seater safari minibus (sometimes on sharing basis)
    All game park entrance fees
    All campsite fees
    All campsite equipment
    Roomy two-person tents
    Foam mattresses
    Three meals a day
    All government taxes and levies where applicable

    International airfares
    Accommodation whist in Nairobi
    Transfers from or to the airport upon arrival and departure respectively
    All expenditure of personal nature such as telephone calls and laundry
    Tips and gratuities to driver guides, lodge, or hotel staff.

    WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING (For Camping Safaris Only):
    Small suitcase or rucksack as storage space on our bases is limited (excess luggage can be securely left at our offices, free of charge).
    Sturdy safari clothes, jeans, T-shirts, jumper, or anorak for cool evenings and early mornings.
    Torch, toiletries, bath towel and insect repellent
    Film for the duration of the safari
    And, of course, personal spending money!!! (for drinks, showers and swimming

    Banis Otiato reservation consultant
    Kivumbi Safaris Nairobi Kenya, Tel: +254 (0) 724475586

  • The Aberdare Country Club


    The Aberdare Country Club, only 190 miles drive heading northeast from Nairobi, is nestled on a slope of Mweiga Hill in the Aberdare Highlands, part of the Great Rift Valley. The Country Club was initially designed as a country home in the 1930’s for a British family. The scope of the captivating site grew and eventually incorporated a golf course, gym and spa, swimming pool, tennis court and lush landscaping as one finds it today. This includes a 1,300 acre wildlife sanctuary teeming with Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelles, zebras, giraffes, primates and the more reclusive leopards.

    After its recent $ 4 million refurbishment program in 2012, whereby common areas have been upgraded include the bar, reception area, swimming pool and conference room. A new health Club with gym and yoga areas where added as well as a new VIP suite complete with self-contained kitchen for those who travel with their own chef. The club also provides golf carts for guests staying in the elevated cottages. Other upgrades include renovation of the riding stables, bringing the nine-hole golf course up to standard, and re-stocking the sprawling 1,300 acre wildlife sanctuary with a greater variety of wildlife.


     The property retained its relaxing old-world country charm, and one can’t help but wonder about days gone by, as it reminds you of the early-20th century colonial period of Kenya’s history. The Aberdare upmarket country club with individual cottages set in beautiful roaming landscape, and polished verandas which runs through the western side of the club beckons revellers to enjoy the hillside breeze with drinks from the club’s stylish bar. A vast choice of buffet and elaborate á-la-carte meals are offered in the country club’s open restaurant that seats 220.

    The now upmarket country club is the perfect base from which to explore the Aberdare’s national park and local conservancies. Including the quirky Noah's Ark-like lodge tucked into the thick, verdant forests of Kenya's Aberdare National Park, known for its new 24hr webcam from where people all over the world follow the daily routine at the water hole next to the quirky lodge.


    Flight options: Aberdare Country Club is 1 mile from Mweiga airstrip, 6 miles from Nyeri airstrip and a forty minute drive from Nanyuki Airstrip

    For more info contact or visit


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