Many people looking at Kilimanjaro safaris find information about the Disney attraction. This is simply an imitation of the real thing in Disney World, where for a short safe ride you are treated to many of the sights and sounds on a real Kilimanjaro safari. If you want to see the real thing, this is available to the brave and the adventurous. There are many options for a Kilimanjaro safari but not all of them are the same.
If you are traveling to Tanzania for a real Kilimanjaro safari, safari adventures are often on the itinerary of those who travel to Tanzania with plans of a climbing trek up Mt. Kilimanjaro, as well. Many people augment their Kilimanjaro trip with a safari adventure after their climb or as part of a long excursion that includes camping, lodge stays, and a bit of both climbing and touring in a jeep.
It’s often recommended to take a break between a Mount Kili climb and a safari, at one of the many relaxing lodges in the area that can help you rejuvenate after climbing to the summit.
Combination tour packages of a climb and an Tanzanian safari can be an adventure of a lifetime. Packages can range from 3-18 days and beyond, depending on what you are looking to get from your Kilimanjaro safari.
There are many wonders that can be experienced on a Kilimanjaro safari, including:
* Climbing / trekking
* Breaks mid-safari in some cases at boutique hotels
* Seeing animals in their natural habitat / game parks, such as lions, elephants, giraffes, and more.
There is a lot of planning involved in a climb/ safari combination and a tour operator who is well-versed in this area is worth the investment in giving you an incredibly enriching trip with safety and enjoyment in mind.
Taking the time to find the right Kilimanjaro safari for your ideal adventure is important and will help you have the experience of a lifetime.