AUTHENTIC SAFARIS & PERSONALIZED TOURS IN KATAVI WITH AFRICANMECCA
In the wet, you may need to get out and push, but that is all part of the fun in this isolated venue where you learn to read the signals of the bush coached by your guide and then rely on yourself, trusting your own intuition. This is the Tanzanian bush 101 lesson of a safari walk, interpreting the sights, sounds and odors of the wild as you quietly stroll among the amazing, diverse denizens of mud flats, wallows and forest glades. Your guide will provide advice on various tactics to avoid attention from various “wild” fauna such as walking against the wind when approached by an elephant, or not running away from a sniffing buffalo or elephant as they will outrun you, or walk in a single file and avoid wearing bright colored clothing on any safari walk. Thus, walking is not for the fainthearted!
As you watch, a fierce mongoose may dart up behind a snake to fix needle-like teeth in the back of his head, shake him sharply and drag his lifeless body away to feed a baby brood. On an evening game drive, you may spotlight a pangolin, rolling into a scaly ball, pretending to be a stone, or a green-eyed leopard with her kill. For a less active Katavi safari, recline on your own verandah, seeing possibly more diverse game on the plains than you would in any other camp verandah in other parks in East Africa. The great advantage of Katavi is the range of permitted options. You can emulate the first explorers, striding across the veldt in sturdy boots, packing your dome fly tent, in company with an armed ranger and a guide, submerging yourself in the ambience of history in an area that has seen ivory and slave traders, gold miners and simple stone and iron age hunter-gatherers placating their heroes, like Katabi, with gifts left beneath ancient spirit trees, after which the park name derives from. Under your fly tent, relaxing into sleep, look up through the net as that is the only thing between you and the natural world, imagining the yesteryear generations who have dreamt under the same moon and stars (read more on where to stay in Katavi).
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WHERE TO STAY IN KATAVI
Within the Safari Tiered ranking system, there is great flexibility as each camp and lodge in Katavi offers a specific ambience in a very individual manner, from Palahala, Katuma to Chada Camp.
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GUIDE ON KATAVI PARK
Only a few hundred privileged and seasoned African safari enthusiasts can visit Katavi National Park each year. Arguably the most remote, finest and unspoiled wildlife haven in Tanzania.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT KATAVI
During Katavi's drier months of June to October, the animals are visible against short, dry grass while crowding into dwindling water sources in herds of thousands amidst stalking predators.
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Jambo Raza, It was a wonderful experience in Tanzania. Thoroughly enjoyed the game drives. Rogers, our guide was superb; knowledgeable, helpful, and very friendly. Everything ran smoothly.
Alan Winner - Minnesota, United States
AfricanMecca Safaris created a remarkable honeymoon tailored to our interests and desires. The quality of service and delivery of experience was unsurpassed. I highly recommend AfricanMecca Safaris to honeymooners, families, or any traveler.
Noorin & Jason Nelson - Maryland, United States
Dear Raza, We arrived home on Sunday full of happy memories of our holiday. Emmanuel our driver was a top guide. Very knowledgeable about the animals and the parks. Thank you so much for making this a holiday to remember.
Norman & Janet Sutton - Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Raza, we had an incredible time and this is largely due to you and your staff's exceptional advice and flexibility in accommodating our needs. We will both vouch that AfricanMecca's quality for customer service is beyond reproach.
Marcy Burton & Ryan Kerr - Ontario, Canada
AfricanMecca's professionalism and care understands that what distinguishes Africa is its authenticity, the land, people and wildlife who do not share our world of fashion and fanfare that distinguish so many travel companies today.
Cyril Christo & Marie Wilkinson, Conservation Photographers, Authors & Wildlife Documentary Producers - USA
The AfricanMecca Safari experience was great. All the connections were spot on and the lodges and camps were great - 1st class. The safaris were great with the time spent in Ngorongoro totally outstanding. We just totally loved it, a great experience.
Bruce and Susie Ironside - New Zealand
The Tanzania safari was a trip that will remain in our memories as one of the best. The guide we had for the safari was named Babu and he was professional, knowledgeable & attentive. I will definitely use your company for any future trips.
Marian Murray - Boston, United States
EAST AFRICA SAFARI BOOKING TRIP IDEA FOR KATAVI IN WESTERN TANZANIA
When visiting Katavi National Park, we recommend combining it with your Northern Tanzania safari to Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti (wildebeest migration). End your trip with a Swahili cultural tour and beach holiday in Zanzibar.
You may optionally extend out to offbeat parks in Southern and Western Tanzania such as Selous or Ruaha ending with a chimpanzee trekking safari at Gombe or Mahale by the relaxing Lake Tanganyika.
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