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A Holiday on Motorcycle with two days on Indian Ocean beach relaxation. You will also go on Eastern Arc Mountains trail to Same which is offering spectacular views of the South Pare Mountains and because of its location, it is the ideal gateway to Mkomazi National Park, the South Pare Mountains, and Shengena Forest down to the Indian Ocean shoreline. So, book now!
During this tour, you will be accommodated in lodges / camps as mentioned in the itinerary.
Meet and greet from Motorbike Safari staff. From Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), you will be taken to the lodge for refreshing and later, you will be introduced to your bike for personal adjustment and trial. If flying with Qatar Airways, the plain will be well-blended. In the evening, there will be a briefing for the next days' activities. After dinner, you will be taken around for a drink if you're interested. If not, you can return to the lodge for a restful night.
After breakfast, you will leave Arusha and diverge to a goat trail to the north up to Mount Meru forest where you will have a stop for a nice view of Mount Meru and Arusha City. The ride will pass over gravels and newly tarmac roads which will take you near the Tanzanite Mining Shafts in Simanjiro District.
Refueling at the small Maasai town shift before getting to a hidden gem, Hot Oasis, for a swim and lunch break. This ride will give you a nice view of Kilimanjaro Mountain as you are rotating Mount Kilimanjaro anticlockwise. You will arrive at Lake Chala in the evening for dinner and a campfire while enjoying cold drinks.
After breakfast, you will have time for walking down the lake and have an optional morning swim. After that, you will leave the lodge heading south to the Pare Mountains, riding along a curved easy dirt road. After a lunch break stop, you will head to the transboundary Lake Jipe and then leave the lake and start heading uphill to Pare Mountain with a nice view of the small towns and villages downhill.
As you head to the motel, you will be riding downhills along dirt roads with lots of sharp corners. This day is much of trail for the next day's ride which is more intense. The motel at Same has spectacular views of the South Pare Mountains and because of its location, it is the ideal gateway to Mkomazi National Park, the South Pare Mountains, and Shengena Forest.
After breakfast, you will explore through the range of the eastern Pare Mountains where you will ride down to the southern ranges. There are no tarmac roads here at all. The trail goes through virgin savannah up and about to Lake Kalimawe which is surrounded by rice plantations and small villages. The ride continues adjacent to the area of Mkomazi National Park on the slopes.
After your lunch break, you will start to explore the Usambara Mountains, small villages of Mnazi and Mlalo, and palm forests. You are going to ride on the zigzag road up the Usambara Mountains at Mtae (Mambo Village) over 2,300 meters above sea level which offers unique views over the region. This is a big day of riding and you will be tired at the end of this adventure, you will surely deserve a cold beer and a rest.
Experience amazing views on a downhill descent from Lushoto. This ride will give you spectacular views on a zigzag trail. While heading to Pangani, you will take a ferry and later arrive at your beachside lodge for a very relaxing stay filled with massages and unwinding. Day 6 will be a full day stay at the beachside lodge.
The Maasai Steppe Conservancy is located between the Tarangire National Park and the Simanjiro Plains within the Northern Safari Circuit. Safari in the Maasai Steppe provides a wonderfully varied experience for people wanting a combination of wildlife viewing, walking, and an authentic "un-canned" cultural experience with the Maasai.
The Maasai Steppe is a vibrant and important ecological stronghold for the wildlife and people of northern Tanzania. Nearly 92% of this critical ecosystem is designated Maasai village lands where livestock husbandry represents the primary livelihood. Maintaining healthy rangelands is critical to both the Maasai people and the wildlife dependent on this arid environment.
This is a unique opportunity to experience and explore the Tarangire and Manyara ecosystem. A visit to the area is essential for anyone interested in evolution and the origins of mankind and an explanation of the Rift Valley and Africa's big picture. It is a complete semi-desert experience focusing on game drives. Day 9 will be a full day of game drives in Tarangire National Park.
After breakfast, you will be leaving the lodge, riding on the Rift Valley escarpment towards the Hadza community. The Hadza are hunters and gatherers in East and Southern Africa.
This trip will take you back to Karatu to experience a visit to Ngorongoro Crater Park which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. There is a vast majority of wildlife in the crater and this will be an unforgettable ride. Day 12 will be a full day crater visit.
This trip will take you east along winding dirt trails away from the lush area surrounding the mountain and out into the savannah scenery of the Maasai plains. You will ride towards the wall of the Great Rift Valley at the base of which stands the mighty volcano which last erupted in the 1970s. It is revered by the Maasai as the home of Ngai, their god. It's almost perfect cone looms over an area of astonishing barren beauty.
At the foot of the mountain, there is an area of rocky desert. Here, you will find the cones of a small extinct volcano and Lake Natron, a huge soda lake that stretches up to the Kenyan border. Flamingoes come here to breed and in the late afternoon sun, the colorful flamingo colonies make a spectacular sight, adding a dash of color against the shimmering water.
This ride can be taken on hardcore route of Monduli or an easier route. You will ride through rolling country with scrub and scattered thorn trees and you will see colorful Maasai herding their cows and goats. You may also see antelope and zebra, and if you are lucky, perhaps a predator. You will ride on loose gravel and a little sand which is fun and later, you'll find a well-maintained dirt road which leads to Longido village where you'll meet the tarmac road and ride to Arusha. You will arrive there in the early evening and you will be taken to your hotel.
Motorbike Safari Tanzania and Safari provides good quality protective gear and hand guards. The tour leaders are all trained in First Aid Response and they always have a medical kit. Motorbike Safari Tanzania takes time to guide you and the tour leader is always available to advise you. You do not need to have a special level of riding skills to participate; the circuit is open for off-road learners.
The motorbikes are off-road models prepared in Motorbike Safari Tanzania's premises (Honda 250, 400cc XR). These bikes are light, maneuverable, and easy to ride, yet has enough power to ensure plenty of fun! All the bikes are kept in top condition and are serviced before every trip.
Motorbike Safari Tanzania has a dedicated crew and support car with VHF radio and satellite telephone linked in permanence to the organization AMREF Flying Doctors, where they can provide aerial assistance anywhere and anytime.
It is possible to participate as accompanying passenger in a 4WD car on the same itinerary. The size of the groups varies from 2 to 10 persons.
The age limit for the bike riders suggested is at least 15 years old to 65 years.
Alpha Malinda was born and raised on the southern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in the valley of Karanga River. Karanga is a Swahili word which means groundnuts. Alpha is an exceptional guide. He has a vast knowledge enabling him to take clients from hiking Mount Kilimanjaro to wildlife safaris in the many fantastic parks and reserves. He has many qualifications including an Advanced Diploma in Wildlife Management as well as a certificate in basic trekking and anti-poaching skills from The Norwegian Trekking Association.
Daudi ‘MOI’ Sele was born and raised on the northern slope of Mount Meru. He is a well-experienced motorcycle mechanic since 2012 and he has 4 years of experience and knowledge as motorcycle tour guide. He has also been a bicycle tour guide and mechanic.
Khalifa Khalid is a self-motivated guy with high level of motorbike understanding who was born and raised on the North East of Tanzania - Arusha Region. Khalifa is a well-experienced motorcycle mechanic since 2005 and he has 4 years of experience and knowledge in motorcycle tour guide. He has also been a bicycle tour guide and mechanic.
This tour will take place in Tanzania including Lake Chala, Same, Lushoto, Maasai Steppe, Tarangire-Manyara Ecosystem, Lake Eyasi, and Lake Natron.
Kilimanjaro International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Karanga Adventure Tours and Safari will pick you up from the airport.
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