One Way Rental and Two Way Rental
Experience all that Tanzania has to offer without restraints of returning the vehicle at the same pick up location, pick up your car in one location either Arusha and drop it even up to Kenya with self drive Tanzania without backtracking.
Tanzania is an enormously huge country with a wide diversity of National parks and plenty of wildlife in all the game parks and attractions which a very many kilometers away from each other, with our one way rental on self drive Tanzania we make it very easy for you to pick up and drop in your end location that is convenient for the client.
Self drives Tanzania offers one way rental from simple pick ups from the airports up to the nearest towns of your destination . Whether your flight lands in Dar es salaam and the return flight is in Arusha , our flexible system with the one way rental with very affordable rental fees is the best way to travel.
We priotise our customers and endeavor that we offer products that meet our clients expectations and necessities, our car hire is not limited to only Tanzania clients can go as far as the neighboring Countries like Rwanda, Kenya , Uganda Burundi find it easy to drive through the entire region smoothly and drop the car there without worrying of returning it at the pick up location.
Every clients goal in considering Self drive instead of guided tours is to sit behind the wheel and explore the country side at their own pace , we offer 4×4 vehicles , SUV any car of your choice from economy to luxury and all these you can choose if you like to drop it in any area one way rental is very pocket friendly depending on the distance, car type and location.
Cross boarder crossing with self drive Tanzania is effortlessly a very easy exercise to do , with a valid driving permit you only require a few documents from the hirer mainly the car log book and a document showing that the car has been hired to you and commesa fees that can be cleared and paid at the boarder after which you will smoothly cross any border in East Africa. All roads across East Africa can be ridden on free of charge without any hindrances of whatsoever even with an international driving valid driving permit .
Travel Tips About Driving Through Tanzania: Self Drive Tanzania
Arranging a car rental in Tanzania will undoubtedly enhance your trip, with our self-drive you explore the most difficult parts of the countryside at your own pace. Serengeti is among the most visited parts of Tanzania with a lot of jams at the national park entrance for vehicles. For one reason or another, Serengeti is a one-stop center of tourism in Tanzania, from the great migration of the zebras to the abundance and numerous wildlife including the big five a game drive in a comfortable car through the park will allow you to thrill through the rough road with so much ease.
Self-drive Tanzania offers you the best flexibility when exploring the Country, it’s a quick, affordable, and reliable way to bring you an aerial view of the country sight. With our specialized pop roof game drives in all our national parks are the best. The rough and tough roads of some of the terrains in the National park are conquered in our 4×4 cars which are maintained in good mechanical conditions and properly checked before they are given to our clients.
Traveling with Family (with Kids) on a Self Drive in Tanzania
Whether you are a family with kids, even those that require car seats the very tender babies, we offer the car seats and you don’t have to worry, with an extended land cruiser a family, or even up to 6-8 members can all move through their holiday together. Self-drive Tanzania, we are associated with good customer relations and reliability as our clients have trusted us for their vacations.
Our prices are very affordable and pocket friendly for all your car rental needs, with a variety of choices to choose from, and make sure you enjoy and feel comfortable during your stay in Tanzania. We have all kinds of cars from luxury mid-range and budget for all kinds of occasions conferences, vacations tourists among the many.
Trips on Crossing the borders around east Africa
Crossing the borders around east Africa in our vehicles is made easy the only required cost would be the COMESA which will qualify you to cross any part of East Africa during your trip. With our self-drive offers, you tour any part at your own convenience and privacy is highly respected. The process at the border crossing is not complicated with a yellow fever certificate, you can travel the entire region with so much ease and confidence, and be assured of reaching your destination in good peace.
We offer self-drive services, a car hire with driver and book safaris and accommodation and our clients find the value in every dollar in our luxury and mid-range cars with good air conditioners that are well maintained. Our staff is amicable and very helpful they offer you just what you order and the drivers are well vast with all the routes in Tanzania and within East Africa, most of them have visited the destinations time and again so they are can be trusted for all kinds of destinations. Drivers are well trained and have valid licenses and are very knowledgeable about all kinds of wildlife, primates, and birds.
Our insurance policies are very easy to understand, and we offer our clients 24/7 road assistance. Book with us for an amazing private and memorable self-drive trip.
Stone Town is the main city on Zanzibar island in Tanzania. Although small in size, Zanzibar’s Stone Town is rich in culture and history and is a beautiful place to explore.
Visitors can wander through Stone Town’s narrow, crooked streets, stopping to browse local artisans’ shops or to sip tea in an open-air cafe. Water enthusiasts can visit Stone Town’s beach or sail in a dhow in the Indian Ocean. There is no shortage of restaurants in Stone Town, including the outdoor beach-front restaurant at the Tembo House Hotel in Stone Town.
For those interested in the history of Zanzibar, visitors can view part of the old Zanzibar slave market, which was sadly once a vital part of Zanzibar’s economy. Zanzibar is one of the best islands in Tanzania where you will have the experience of coldness and nice beaches throughout the year\
Zanzibar has different towns but the city is Stone town which can be accessed either by meanings of road, air, train or water using different vessels
The best buses from Dar Es Salaam to Kilimanjaro are run by the Scandinavia Express Services bus company.
Buses from Dar Es Salaam to Kilimanjaro stop in Mombo, Moshi, and Arusha. The distance is 646 km from Dar Es Salaam to Arusha.
There are eight buses a day from Dar Es Salaam to the Kilimanjaro area. The Super Deluxe buses leave Dar at the following times:
The Economy buses from Dar Es Salaam to Kilimanjaro leave Dar at the following times:
The cost of a ticket from Dar Es Salaam to Kilimanjaro (Arusha) on Scandinavia Express Services buses is 24,000 TSH for Super Deluxe and 15,000 TSH for Economy
visiting Der Es Salaam during the daytime is the best time you can enjoy the visit in Tanzania are worth taking the time to do if you have a few days in the city of Tanzania before or after going on a safari In different national parks and other tourist activities or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
One of the places you can visit for the best day trips is a visit to Mafia Island. Reachable by small plane, the island is a beautiful place to get away from the urban bustle and relax on the beach.
Another great day trip from Dar es Salaam is Bagamoyo. It’s just an hour north of the capital, the city is well known for its beaches and its rich history of different memories in Tanzania. All the activities and historical sites are normally visited during the daytime
If you are truly after beautiful beaches in Tanzania, Zanzibar makes for one of the top day trips from Dar es Salaam. In just a short flight or a two-hour ferry ride, you can find yourself in an island paradise that attracts visitors from around the world. You can also cross with a car for self-drive on the ferry depending on the time you’re going to spend there
When we talk about tourism in Africa besides the gorilla trekking in Uganda Rwanda and Congo, wildebeest immigration is the second tourist activity that adds a lot of the income to the country where this immigration talk place that’s Kenya and Tanzania. Animals cross from one country to another one in search of a new pasture and later return to the habit when the place becomes dry
The annual wildebeest migration happens from July – to September between Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park and Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve. Thousands of wildebeest and zebras make the seasonal migration in search of food during this time, and predators such as lions take advantage of their movements.
The wildebeest migration to the western part of the Serengeti National Park takes place in June. From July-August, the wildebeest cross the Grumeti River in Tanzania on their way to Kenya. From December-January they migrate back from Kenya’s Masai Mara to the Serengeti in Tanzania.
The Ngorongoro Serena Hotel and Safari Lodge are located right on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania Serena hotels car rental have a lot of branches in different countries of Africa, the Ngorongoro Serena Hotel is luxurious due to its service delivered to the clients and has all the amenities of a world-class safari lodge. The hotel blends into the earthy backdrop of the crater edge and if you to enjoy a game drive in Ngorongoronational park, Serena hotel is a perfect jumping-off point for your safari game drives in the crater.
Rooms at the Ngorongoro Serena Hotel are on a high classic of world standard class decorated in neutral tones with all the attention to detail one would expect from a Serena destination. The hotel offers an array of meals, including BBQ lunches, as well as spa facilities and a boutique. Room have different rents depending on the type of room. rates at the Ngorongoro Serena Hotel are $555USD/night for a double room during the high season (Jun 1-March 31), $335USD/night for a double room during the low season (April 1-May 30).
Ngorongoro Crater Safaris
The Ngorongoro Crater is a popular destination for Tanzania safaris. The crater is located out volcano that forms a natural self-contained safari park that is 20km wide.
The Ngorongoro Crater boasts of having one of the most populous game areas in Africa. The crater park has more than thirty thousand animals, the Crater makes for a great place to see rare animals like rhinos.
The Ngorongoro Crater is located in Tanzania 180km away from the town of Arusha and the place though have dirt roads you need to travel there while driving 4x4car on a selfdrivetanzania
The gates of the Ngorongoro Crater park open at 7:00 am and close at 4:00 pm. All vehicles must be out of the crater before 6:00 pm.
Ngorongoro Crater has many camps but Simba Camp in Ngorongoro Crater is the only well-known tourist campsite in the park. they have basic facilities that are frequently described as “so-so,” Simba Camp is not a Tanzania safari lodge for those that want a nice place to stay but it gives you the best of the park view. Simba camp received many clients during the high season but has basic amenities like showers and toilets place the camp tents.
from the best I know it’s easier to say, Simba Camp is a great place to stay in the Ngorongoro Crater if you want to be up close to the animals. There are no gates to the campsite, so animals are free to wander in and around Simba Camp as they please. There are guards in case of unforeseen incidents, but Simba Camp is peaceful most of the time.
visitors can have a good time with animals within the camping area and the all-camp is given enough security from the guards to protect the clients in the camp.is a good place for camping and also you can book the camping tents within the park
the campsite has all that is required to do the camping and you don’t need to suffer from looking for the tent during your trip. the tents are always available only you need to book it 1week before the week of your arrival
When we talk about the largest volcanoes in the whole world Kilimanjaro is one of them with three main peaks named Mawenzi, Kibo, and Shira. One of the greatest mountains in the continent of Africa and the tourist attraction site in Tanzania, the highest pick is t 5,895 meters above the ground. on the top of the mountain, it crowned with snow
The major tourist activity that takes place in Mount Kilimanjaro is hiking to the top of the mountain and the surrounding hills and Savanah vegetation around the mountain are good for mammals for habitant
In the morning when you arrive at the low level of the mountain a thick veil of snow will be settled on Kilimanjaro With unbelievably white in the sun view from a near distance and the closest town to Kilimanjaro is Moshi where most of the tourists have most of their time having fun and accommodation
Other Activities to Do at Mt Rwenzori
Besides the hiking, there is savannah vegetation which is the home for mammals and other tourist travel to visit the park. the mountain has seven vegetation Zones. The mountain is also surrounded by the mountain forest which is the home for different spices
Most of the tourists when traveling to Africa they expect to see the animals like lions’ Rhinos Elephants Giraffes Buffalo and many others all these animals are common in a most national parks in Africa especially on the lower slopes of Kilimanjaro. But there are animals that are very rare in Africa and this includes: Tree Hyrax,Aardvark,Civet, Crested porcupine, genet abbotts Duiker, Serval
Where do I even begin? There are plenty of places to visit in Kenya and lots of things do in Kenya. Depending on your budget and time, you can choose to make your visit as short or as long. Either way, you are guaranteed an unforgettable experience.
You can easily choose from the affordable camping tents and lodges to the luxurious camping tents and exquisite lodges. You chose your pick and enjoy! Today I will take you through the top 12 beautiful places to Visit in Kenya both as a tourist or a local. Important Notice: And note that they are all year round destinations.
1. MAASAI MARA
Maasai Mara is the most popular National Park in Kenya. It is known to be a home for giraffes, lions, cheetahs, elephants, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles among others.
The name is derived from the famous nomadic tribe of the ‘Maasai’ community. The Mara is most visited during the great migration of the wild – beast. This “Great Migration” takes place every year from July to October when millions of wildebeest and zebra migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania.
Also if you have ever wanted a Hot Air Balloon experience the Maasai Mara is the place to do so through http://www.maraballooning.com/.
Just Magical! Other places to visit while in Maasai Mara include- Going see the Mara River, the Mara Triangle, Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Olare Orok Conservancy, go on a Balloon ride (link above), Go see the Musiara Swamp, the Olypunyanta swamp, take an air tour, sight-seeing tours, Eluai Plain just but to mention my picks for you.
2. TSAVO (East and West)
This is the largest national park in Kenya and among the biggest in the World. For this reason, it was divided into two, namely, the Tsavo West and Tsavo East.
They are known to the popular house the Elephants. The Tsavo West has spectacular scenery with a rolling volcanic landscape while Tsavo East has more open savannah than its western sibling.
If you love springs and crocodiles, be sure to catch both at the Mzima Springs in Tsavo West National Park. Tsavo National Park is the ideal destination in Kenya for people who seek solitude and privacy as well as the chance to explore the wilderness.
Other places to visit while in Tsavo include: Go see the Big Map, see the Forbidden Zone, see the Epiya Chapeyu Tented Safari Camp arena, and go for a Bethel day tour. Have a blast while at it!
The Amboseli will offer you views of the African grassland like no other place on earth.
It is a smaller national park compared to other national parks that are on the border of Kenya and Tanzania. It offers magical views of MT. Kilimanjaro- the tallest mountain in Africa, which stands at 19,341 feet tall.
Plus you will not miss finding the cheetah around here too! A rare species! Other places to visit and things to do while in Amboseli include: witnessing a lion hunt, watch both the sunset and sunrise in Amboseli, witness the dust Devils ( Oh my! The thrill when seen from afar), spot a spotty zebra and the Mighty Amboseli Elephants. Good Luck, you will need it!
4. LAKE NAKURU
I call it the greatest bird spectacle on earth and you will have to see it to believe it! Plenty of game drives available!
Other places to visit while in Nakuru County include-Lord Egerton Castle, Menengai Crater, The Olkaria Geothermal, Kariandusi Site, Hyrax Hills Museum, Olorgesailie Pre Historic site, and the Lion Hill Ridge just but to name my recommendations.
5. LAKE NAIVASHA
It offers spectacular views like no other. This is popularly known as the Kenyan beasts camping lake. This is because you can get up close and personal with the beasts of Kenya- including the leopard, rhino, lion, etc.
It is also the most popular site for campers both locally and internationally. I still vividly remember the many nights I had to spend on the nearby Lake Naivasha camps as a Girl Scout.
One or two mosquito bites while on duty as a nightguard ( Scouts can relate!) oh what beautiful Memories! Shout Out to all Girl Scouts in the World!
Other places to visit while in Naivasha include- Enishapai Resort View, Panorama Park View, Sanctuary Horseback Safaris, Crater Lake Game Sanctuary, lake Oloiden, Life beads Kenya, Hells Gate National Park just but to mention my recommendations. Have Fun!
6. NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK
This Park is a 15-minute drive from the heart of Kenya, which is Nairobi. It houses various animals including giraffes, gorilla, monkeys, etc. Migrating wildebeest and zebra gather in the park during the dry season, and it is one of Kenya’s most successful rhinoceros sanctuaries.
7. MOUNT KENYA
Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The mountain offers such a beautiful sight station.
Its series of peaks are crowned with snow, and its slopes are covered with forest. The 5199 meter (17,057 ft) high summit is a difficult technical climb with several lower peaks: however, it is a good destination for any fit trekker.
8. THE COAST
Home to popular Mombasa Island, Malindi, and Lamu. The coast is the most perfect place to relax and unwind. Very few people actually know that Mombasa is an island. The white sands and palm trees beside the Indian Ocean has spectacular views.
Not to mention the exclusive to Diani , Shanzu and Nyali Beach Views and the Coral Gardens of wasini found 100 km South of Mombasa. Other places to visit; while in Mombasa County include Fort Jesus, Haller Park, Mombasa Marine National Park, Shimba Hills National Reserve, Arabuko Sokoke National Park, Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary. Enjoy the uniqueness!
9. LAMU ISLAND
It is a part of Kenya’s Lamu Archipelago, and has managed to stay unspoiled and unbothered by the mass tourism that has hit much of Kenya’s coastline.
Despite being the oldest living town in Kenya, Lamu Town has retained all the charm and character built up over centuries. There are no roads on Lamu Island, just alleyways and footpaths, and therefore, there are few motorized vehicles on the island.
Residents mainly move about on foot or by boat, and donkeys are used to transport goods and materials. Other places to visit while in Lamu may include:
Going to see Lamu Old Town, Lamu Museum, Siyu Fort., Sail the traditional Dhow, Visit ShelaVillage, Get a glimpse of the Sunset Gaze on Manda Island, Visit the ruined city of Takwa, Feast on the Swahili food and while at it…enjoy it all-pole* Swahili word for ‘take it slowly’
Malindi provides an amazing introduction to the coastal tourist attractions in Kenya with its extensive coral reefs and beautiful beaches. There are surfing, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, and other water sports.
The Malindi Marine National Park is protected and has fine beaches clear water and very colorful fish. Malindi is served with a domestic airport and a highway between Mombasa and Lamu.
Enjoy the local ferry crossing while you are there. Other places to visit while in Malindi include: Visit Marafa-Hells Kitchen, Watamu Beach, Watamu National Park, Che Shale Beach, The Vasco Dagama Pillar, Boat Tours, Falconry of Kenya, see the Mamasavana, visit the Malindi Market, the Portuguese Church, go scuba and snorkeling. Enjoy it all!
11. THE BOMAS OF KENYA
It is a 20-minute drive from the capital of Kenya, which is Nairobi. This is where you get to see the cultural diversity in action.
Through various performances and acts from the talented performers who showcase the beauty of the Kenyan cultural diversion. Come and enjoy the song, dance and much more!
to relax, engage or go on helicopter rides for breathtaking views, possibly hold events among many other things include the following:
- The Arber dares located in Nairobi.
- Aberdare National Park in Nyeri.
- The Arboretum located in Nairobi
- The Great Rift Valley located in Rift Valley
- Meru National Park, Meru museum located in Meru
- Uhuru Gardens located in Nairobi
- Mida Creek located in Malindi
- Kisumu Impala Sanctuary located in Kisumu
- Hells Gate located North West of Nairobi
- Mahali Pazuri under Sir Richards Branson
- Chyulu Hills located in Eastern Kenya
- Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy, Tropic Air, Odyssey Safari in Nanyuki
- Water Falls Inn Tigoni ,Ever Green park Located in Kiambu
- The Crying Stone of Ilesi located in Kakamega.
- Machakos People’s Park and Maanzoni Sanctuary in Machakos.
- And Kapsowar located in Rift Valley