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CLIMB-KILI CHALLENGE

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You are invited to join the expedition to summit the highest peak in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro! Authentic African Safaris is arranging an expedition to the highest peak in Africa to raise funds for the Tanzanian Children's Fund, an organization that works towards improvement of life and education for marginalized and orphan children. All profits from this expedition will go towards TCF. The climber can also raise additional funds for the project by getting additional sponsorship from family and friends, and the full amount can be directly banked into TCF's bank account. Your itinerary will start with a visit to the…

Newsletter: Follow Us on Social Media

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  Follow Authentic African Safaris for Special Offers on your next Safari to Tanzania! Like Us on Facebook! Please like our Facebook page for special deals on your next African safari! We would really appriecate it! Don't forget to connect with us on Google Plus, Pinterest, and LinkedIn too! You also can visit our website at authenticafricansafaris.net   Follow Us on Twitter! Please follow us on Twitter! We offer special deals to our followers! Don't miss out! Don't forget to connect with us on Google Plus, Pinterest, and LinkedIn too! You also can visit our website at authenticafricansafaris.net | |…

Newsletter: Beyond Wilderness

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  Authentic African Safaris Save the Rhino Save the Rhino International works to conserve viable populations of endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia. We recognise that the future of wildlife is inextricably linked to the communities that share its habitat. See what Tony & Lucy Fitzjohn are doing to save these endangered species at the Mkomazi Game Reserve in Tanzania. Giraffe Giraffe is Tanzania’s National Animal. They are the world's tallest mammals. Their legs are about 6 feet long. These long legs allow giraffes to run as fast as 35 miles an hour over short distances and cruise comfortably at…

Newsletter: Tarangire National Park

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  Authentic African Safaris: Tarangire National Park Tarangire National Park Tarangire National Park is a lovely park in Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit that is famous for elephant migration, birding and a quiet authentic safari atmosphere. Majority of travelers to Tanzania miss out on Tarangire altogether leaving it virtually untouched. Concentration of game is exceptional from July through to October. This seasonal National Park is a little gem on the Northern safari circuit, especially if you love elephants!   Tarangire River During these dry months the concentration of animals around the Tarangire river is almost as diverse and reliable as in…

The Serengeti

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       The Serengeti (derived in Maasai language) means “endless plains”. True to its name, it spans 12,000 square miles. This region is located in the north Tanzania and stretches towards the south of Kenya. The plains in Tanzania are known as the Serengeti whereas the plains in Kenya are known as Maasai Mara. The Serengeti encompasses Serengeti National Park, which is maintained by the government, and is a very popular tourist attraction because of the animals that inhabit the park. This particular park is known for being home to the Big 5 animals – the buffalo, the lion,…

The Serengeti

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       The Serengeti (derived in Maasai language) means “endless plains”. True to its name, it spans 12,000 square miles. This region is located in the north Tanzania and stretches towards the south of Kenya. The plains in Tanzania are known as the Serengeti whereas the plains in Kenya are known as Maasai Mara. The Serengeti encompasses Serengeti National Park, which is maintained by the government, and is a very popular tourist attraction because of the animals that inhabit the park. This particular park is known for being home to the Big 5 animals – the buffalo, the lion,…

Mt. Kilimanjaro

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Newsletter: An Extraordinary Adventure

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  An Extraordinary Adventure! View the Great Wildebeest Migration from the Air! Join us in an extraordinary adventure. Float in a hot air balloon over the famous Serengeti National Park with its enchanting scenery and amazing wildlife. Watch the great wildebeest migration from the air. This may be the most beautiful area in the world for a balloon flight. There are no power lines, fences and few roads. The capacity is limited making this experience a special and exclusive one. Each and every balloon flight is different and therefore an adventure. This will be the high point of your safari

Third Party Reviews

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: November 19, 2015

Don't just take our word for it. Authentic African Safaris have been creating memorable experiences for travelers, and they are happy to let you know what a good time they've had with us and what an exceptional value we bring to your safari experience. Check out our reviews on TripAdvisor.com and SafariBookings.com (function(){var sb=document.createElement('script');sb.type='text/javascript';sb.async=true;sb.src='https://s3.amazonaws.com/z_437er23a/0951814c7.js';var s=document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(sb,s);})(); 

Why Tanzania?

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authentic african safariIn layman’s terms, Tanzania is simply amazing. When you think of Tanzania you might picture a march of a thousand wildebeests during their Serengeti migration. You might think of a happy family of elephants crossing the muddy, wide Tarangire River, a healthy pride of lions catching some sunrays in the Ngorongoro Crater, or a flock of bright pink flamingos getting lunch on the banks of Lake Natron. These images that might come to mind are not unreasonable, and can be put to life during your visit to Tanzania. We have listed some statistics to show you just how…

Serengeti Pioneer Camp

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Experience Balloon Safaris

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: June 1, 2015

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Whether planning a day trip or making this part of a multi-day excursion, Authentic African Safaris can arrange for a magnificent balloon safari with an award winning Balloon Safari outfit. Travel the plains of the Serengeti on a magical hot air balloon ride and experience the wonders of Tanzania in a way that just can not be replicated. View the video below to catch a glimpse of this amazing experience.   And check out these amazing photos from excursions similar to the one Authentic African Safaris can book for you!              Video & photos provided courtesy…

Arusha Coffee Lodge

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The Giraffe

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       The giraffe is the tallest mammal in the world, whose new born babies are also taller than most humans. They spend most of their lives standing up – they give birth standing up and even sleep standing up. New born giraffes can stand within half an hour of being born, and in the next 24 hours are already running around with their family members. They live primarily in savanna areas in the sub-Saharan region of Africa. They are usually seen eating off of tall trees such as the acacia trees and are known distinctly for their long…

Olduvai Gorge

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       Olduvai Gorge is one of the most historical sites in Tanzania. It holds the earliest evidence of mankind, discovered by Louis and Mary Leakey. Paleoanthropologists have found hundreds of fossilized bones and stone tools that date back millions of years, leading them to believe that humans evolved in Africa. What most people don't know about Olduvai Gorge is that its actually a misspelling of the Maasai word Oldupai, which refers to a wild sisal plant that grows in the area.        It is located in the Great Rift Valley, in between the Ngorongoro Crater and…

Kitela Lodge

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Tanzania Safari

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Why Tanzania? Tanzania is without rival when it comes to African safaris. In layman’s terms, Tanzania is simply amazing. When you think of Tanzania you might picture a march of a thousand wildebeests during their Serengeti migration. You might think of a happy family of elephants crossing the muddy, wide Tarangire River, a healthy pride of lions catching some sunrays in the Ngorongoro Crater, or a flock of bright pink flamingos getting lunch on the banks of Lake Natron. These images that might come to mind are not unreasonable, and can be put to life during your visit to Tanzania.…

Zanzibar!

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       Zanzibar is a wonderful island just off the coast of beautiful Dar-es-Salaam, the biggest city in Tanzania. The rich history that Zanzibar offers, along with its rich environment and special foods is something anybody who wants to plan a trip to Tanzania should not miss out on.        Zanzibar offers a unique cultural mix that reflects the eras of trade that Zanzibar has been a part of. Along with these trades, come the rich history as previously mentioned, of slavery which is a very interesting topic to learn about. Visit the archipelago that has been…

Golf Safaris

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       Usually when a person thinks about golfing, the first location that comes to mind may not be Africa. Regardless of that fact, here are a couple reasons why golfing in Africa, specifically Kenya, is a wonderful idea: amazing views of the wilderness that Kenya is famous for, wonderful weather all year round, private golf clubs, a vast majority of golf courses to choose from and many more!        Kenya has a total of 40 golf courses, 13 of which are 18-hole, and 10 which are used for championship events. There are a few only within…

They call this HOME – story continues – About the Rift Valley Children’s Village & Tanzanian Children’s Fund

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HOW RVCV ACCOMPLISH THEIR MISSION The Tanzanian Children’s Fund works to ensure that all children and families in the Karatu region of northern Tanzania lead healthy and productive lives and have the opportunity to become positive agents of change for their country. In order to achieve our goals, TCF provides a loving and permanent home for 94 marginalized children at the Rift Valley Children’s Village. However, TCF also recognizes that the best way to promote the well-being of all children is to provide access to high-quality education, free healthcare, and micro-finance training and loans to the entire community. Our innovative, multi-pronged approach to addressing systemic poverty is what has…