The prices shown are based on two people travelling together and sharing double or twin rooms.
Because this is based on a private vehicle and guide, the costs for this trip would reduce if more than two people are travelling. Conversely, they would increase substantially if only one person is travelling alone.
The Tanzanian Government has recently passed a ‘Finance Act’ that adds a 18% VAT charge on all ‘tourism services,’ with immediate effect from July 1st 2016. Please be aware that the prices in these Trip ideas do not include these extra VAT costs. The additional fee typically equates to about $20USD per person per day.
Like all our tailor-made safaris in Tanzania, this one is a sample itinerary and easy to adjust to your personal requirements. We will always organise a safari that matches what you want to do.
Subject to availability at the camps, you can depart on your chosen itinerary on any day of the year.
A superior guide for the first three nights of your safari (until your arrival at Rufiji River Lodge).
All transfers in Tanzania.
Tea, coffee and a complementary laundry service are included whilst at Stanley's Kopje and Rufiji River Camp.
Current park fees for Mikumi National Park and The Selous Game Reserve.
This safari excludes
International flights to and from Dar es Salaam.
All drinks (excluding tea and coffee whilst in each lodge) which will be for your own account and payable locally.
Tips, which are optional.
The cost of arranging visas - currently (December 2013) holders of British and American passports do need a visa for Tanzania, which can be obtained through the Tanzanian High Commission or Embassy closest to you prior to travel.
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