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About Kima Safaris

Kima Safaris is a joint venture between a Tanzanian Safari operator and a Swiss Travel agent. Kima Safaris in Tanzania is an established Safari operator with more than 10 years of experience. The operation base is Dar es Salaam but your Safari can also start in Arusha equally. Kima Safaris in Switzerland arranges tailor made safaris and makes sure, that the standards of  European tourists are met.

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Welcome to Kima Safaris

Fantastic wildlife, stunning scenery and safaris ranging from traditional walking and camping to idyllic beach and diving resorts along the Indian Ocean - Tanzania is virtually unrivalled in terms of wildlife population and diversity. It also hosts some of Africa's most dramatic natural features; from the biggest African plains to the highest African mountains to the deepest African lakes...

Tanzania Southern Safaris

 
Southern Tanzania safaris are less famous than those of the North and the Parks receive few visitors. Those on safari for the first time will probably prefer to visit the big names of Ngorongoro or Serengeti but the parks of the South are vast and beautiful and offer a more remote wildlife experience. The best point of departure in general is Dar es Salaam but your safari in the South can also start with a flight connection from Nairobi, Arusha or Zanzibar. Read more »
 

Southern National Parks

Tailor made private Safaris

Beach Holidays and Scuba Diving

 
 

Cultural Sightseeings

Do you like to dunk in history and Tradition of Tanzania as well as in the great animal and plant richness?! It is definitively worthwhile to have a stop or a side trip to some cultural places between the national park visits.
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Lake Tanganyika

The pearl and lifeline of western Tanzania is Lake Tanganyika, longest and second deepest freshwater lake of the earth. 676 km long, 50 km broad and 1470 m deep are the Olympia masses of this species-rich underwater world.
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Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking

At 5,895 m, Kilimanjaro is not only the highest point in Africa but also the highest free standing mountain on earth. This volcanic massif stands in splendid isolation above the surrounding plains, with its snowy peak looming over the savannah.
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