Iringa Safari to Saadani | Wildlife Safari & Tours | Best Safari tours | 2 days Safari | Hire Safari Vehicle | Vehicle with driver Guide
Born of the savannah, the bush and the river, our 4 x 4 Jeeps are as much at home on the plains of Africa as a herd of buffalo or a pride of lions. And just as tough, nimble and, fast. No other safari vehicle can keep up with a 4 x 4, with its all-wheel drive and high suspension skimming over the terrain.
The pop-up top ensures you a front-row seat to that oncoming herd of elephants or a leopard bearing down on its prey. And piloting your 4 x 4 over Tanzania’s magnificent landscape is your personal safari driver/guide included in this Natural Worlds’ hire package.
Safe, secure, and practically unstoppable, our Land Cruiser Jeeps and your expert guide will deliver you right into the heart of the safari experience.
How to get to Saadani National Park
Saadani is usually visited from Dar es Salaam or Zanzibar, and there are scheduled flights connecting all three.
The lodges in Saadani also organize road and boat transfers from Dar es Salaam on request.
Your entry point in Tanzania is usually Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) near Dar es Salaam.
In most cases, your tour operator will pick you up from the airport and handle all further ground operations or domestic flights.
Chartered flights from Arusha town, the base for the northern safari circuit, are also available.
Land Cruiser Safari Jeep
These are often Toyota Landcruiser Jeeps converted into Safari vehicles with the addition of pop up game viewing roofs [ front and main], safari customization, and addition og UHF radio calls and suitable seating.
Some vehicles also come with air conditioning and electric cooler boxes.
Safari Jeeps are more capable off road and marginally more comfortable as well over rougher sections of road, but will cost significantly more to hire than safari tour vans.
Iringa Safari Hire FAQ's
You must be over 20 years old, have a passport with a valid visa and a valid driving license from your country of origin or an international driving license. .
Vehicles do come with third part insurance covering only the third part, the vehicle damage and their accessories are not covered. Upgrading to Comprehensive is possible at an extra fee.
In Tanzania and Kenya we drive on the left side of the road. The speed limit inside the national parks is 50KPH, and tar roads are 80KPH, unless there is a sign pointing otherwise. Consult us for some tips and suggestions.
Our cars do not have a mileage limit per day, an added benefit for you.
Tanzania and Kenya is consdered very safe for doing self drive safari. Self Drive activities in Parks in Tanzania and Kenya are allowed and include overnight stays in public or special camps. We recommend booking and paying the fees in advance. To understand more about the rules, our expert team is ready to help you.
Yes, but it is necessary to book in advance and depending on the location there may be an extra fee.
Yes, but it is mandatory to have a written authorization from our office to be presented at the border and additional insurance coverage.