Great safaris in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya
Tanzania

Are you interested in renting safari cars to enjoy Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, Mikumi, Selous, and the other great Tanzanian national parks?

Are you looking for cheap and nice accommodation in Arusha, Karatu, Mto wa Mbu, Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar – near Lake Victoria?

Do you want to climb Kilimanjaro, visit exotic Zanzibar or explore the enormous Lake Victoria?

Do you want to meet ordinary Tanzanians in their own towns and villages? Go to the market, visit, families, schools and churches?

Call Jan Kjær +45 26703681 or write to jan@better-world.dk

Use friendly Family Farm in Arusha as your base. See photos here

Ask for prices and possibilities. It’s free!

Accommodation in Tanzania

Double room at Family Farm, Arusha: 55 US$.

Double room in Karatu near Ngorongoro, Tarangire and Manyara: 85 US$. Double room in Mto wa Mbu near the same parks 70 US$.

Double room in Zanzibar: From 65 US$ in Stonetown, 70 US$ in Nungwi on the North Coast, and 65 US$ in Jambiani and 95 US$ in Paje on the East cost.

Mikumi near the national park 70 US$ and Lushoto in the Usambara mountains 50 US$.

Double room in Dar es Salaam: 55 US$. Also hotel near international airport.

Double room at Lake Victoria. Musoma, Mwanza and Bukoba 55 US$.

Transport in Tanzania

Safari vehicle from Arusha 180 US$, minivan from Dar from 127 per day incl. driver, fuel, car insurance and mileage.

Pick up from airports, ferries and bus stations is easily arranged. If you want, we can take care of everything from your plane touches down in Tanzania mainland, Zanzibar, Kenya and Uganda – until you leave again.

Also Kenya & Uganda

Good connections in Kenya and Uganda, too, if you want to combine the countries. Or do Kenya or Uganda alone.

Kenya: From Lake Victoria to the coast. Masai Mara, Amboseli, Samburu, Tsavo, Meru, Nakuru and all the other great Kenyan national parks. And of course Nairobi.

Uganda: Lake Victoria, Jinja and The Nile, chimps and gorillas, bird watching, Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchinson Falls.

In Kenya and Uganda you also have plenty of opportunites of visiting families, markets, schools, etc.

Our customers say

“Thanks for your arrangement in Tanzania. Wonderful experience.” Hong Kong group of three, 2014.

“We were very satisfied with our trip and Zanzibar was great. Everything turned out just fantastic. Thank you guys ! We will cherish all the good memories and pass them on and recommend you to anybody who might have travel plans to Tanzania. So you never know ;)) ” see you soon.” Estonian couple, 2014.

“It was a very nice and good experience. We enjoyed Family Farm. What a nice place to arrive and even better nice stay to come back after the safari trip. Knowing the place and meeting such nice people over there. And in a nice part of Arusha. And we had a lovely trip with driver Dismas. So all us of were and are very enthusiastic about this very adventurous journey. Thanks for organising this trip for us.” Dutch Family of five 2013.

“On behalf of the whole group we would like to express our gratitude for all your efforts in organization this wonderful safari program. What we could see and experience was even more than what we hoped to get. Everyone made all their best due to what we could enjoy our program as much as possible.” Group of 12 Hungarians, 2013.

“The trip to Mikumi and Uluguru Mountains was great; except the mosquitos ūüôā The hotel was clean, and the meals were delicious. We saw 8 different lions on our safari, and our guide was very helpful. The trekking was also great, we ate African food in the village. And our driver was very friendly. A Turkish couple, 2013.

“Thank you very much for everything. The trip was perfect. Really, i can‚Äėt find even 1 minus. Big BRAVO”. Six Lithuanians, 2013.

“I’m safely back at home in Warsaw after wonderful holidays in Tanzania.
Thank you for all the arrangement you made. It was great and we experienced something really special in Tanzania that will remain in our memory for years. We especially appreciate the hospitality at Family Farm in Arusha, the peaceful and quiet place with beautiful view on Mt. Meru. If anybody of my friends, colleagues is going to visit Tanzania I will recommend to contact you. Once again, thank you.” Polish couple 2013.

“Everything is perfect. Thank you for your advice and all your arrangement. Wish you a good New Year”s Eve party and Happy New Year. Greetings from Stonetown, Zanzibar.” A Polish couple on 31st of December 2012.

“Tanzania and the trip was amazingly good! We were very satisfied with the arrangement, Family Farm and guide / driver,” says Tone from Norway 2012.

“On behalf of my husband and I would like to express our appreciation for the great service, schedule and activities of our tour….thanks to you again‚Äô. At the end, I can say that, our only regret was that our visit went to so fast, I wish that we had been able to spend more time in each place, particulary in Tanzania. We will be recommending to others the company, specially you.” Turkish couple in September 2012.

“The trip was great. especially Serengeti and Tarangire. Tom and Dismas were very hospitable. Thank you for everything. Look forward to catching up with you again!!” An Indian in August 2012.

“Family Farm is indeed a superb oasis in the middle of a real African suburb. The journey on foot down to the main road was an experience for all senses. Also Peter’s trip up Mount Meru through the villages was really good and rewarding – not least for my daughter who has never been in Tanzania. I even refreshed the little Swahili I know. The safari lived fully up to our expectations, and Dismas, our driver was really good. However, we did not see a male lion, so we’d better say Tutaonana – see you! ” 2011 feedback from a Danish family of three.

“We are looking forward to another night in Family Farm in Arusha where we almost feel like home. Thanks for the recommendation. For sure this has made our trip even better.” Two young Danish women.

East Africa expert

Jan Kjær, Danish journalist, author and development worker with experience from Tanzania over the last 20 years. Has lived and worked in the country for more than 3 years and also worked in Uganda and Zambia. Has visited Kenya at least 25 times.

Jan has Danish and English as working languages, understands and speaks quite a lot of Swahili.

Jan and his son Kibo, named af the highest Kilimanjaro peak