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Tourism Services

We specialize in Mt. Kilimanjaro climbing expeditions and Safaris on the world famous Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara & Tarangire National parks.  Our tourism services staff are experienced in Tanzania tourism and most services can be tailored to meet specific interests.


Wildlife Safaris

Tanzania offers a winning combination: some of Africa’s best wildlife safaris plus stunning tropical beaches. Besides the Serengeti’s famous wildebeest migration, there are other world-class safari locations here. For wildlife safaris in Tanzania, consider three areas: the famous ‘northern circuit’, the wild parks in the south, and the remote parks of western Tanzania:

Tanzania’s ‘northern circuit‘ is the country’s wildlife showpiece. The great Serengeti hosts what many would call the best wildlife safari in Africa: the migration of around 1.5million of wildebeest. Nearby Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Lake Manyara National Park and Tarangire National Park all provide outstanding wildlife safaris. However, all can also be very busy with people.

In southern Tanzania, Selous Game Reserve is arguably the largest in Africa, and combines well with the hotter, drier Ruaha National Park. Both offer very authentic wilderness experiences, based out of small lodges using open-topped 4WDs – and so vie for the accolade of the best wildlife safari in Tanzania.

Western Tanzania appeals for excellent and contrasting wildlife safari experiences. Old Africa hands’ will gravitate to the buffalo and lion in Katavi National Park or the chimpanzees in the thickly-forested Mahale Mountains National Park. However, it usually takes more time and expense to reach these parks than the north or south of the country.

Cultural Tours

Tanzania Cultural Tours includes visits to the remote Tanzanian villages where you can experience the rich and mesmerizing African culture. Tanzania Cultural Tour destinations include the Northern Part of Tanzania (Arusha , Kilimanjaro, Manyara) down to the Southern circuit (Mbeya, Iringa, Morogoro) without forgetting those established in the Coastal regions (Dar es Salaam, Bagamoyo, Zanzibar).

In the northern part of Tanzania most of the cultural tours can be included as part of the safari e.g. the tour of Mto wa Mbu village which is near lake Manyara. You can visit the Maasai tribe in the Ngorongoro area and the Hadzabe tribe in Lake Eyasi. The Hadzabe are the only hunter gatherer tribe left in the in East Africa. To enjoy this tour, we recommend that you spend at least two days.

Mountain Expeditions

Enjoy an unforgettable mountain climbing trip in Tanzania and discover the unique wilderness of this breathtaking location. Most of Tanzania’s peaks lie to the north and east of the country. Whether you wish to climb Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, or some of Tanzania’s other stunning peaks such as Mount Meru, the Usambara Mountains or some of the slopes at the Crater highlands, you are bound to have an unforgettable experience.

Airport & Border Transfers

If you ever need transport to and from the airport in Tanzania, Uhuru hotel vehicles will always be there for you! You will get high-quality transport services and that too at incredible rates! We have an array of shuttle vehicles. And our transfer services from Kilimanjaro International Airport have been catering to people for a long time.

Whenever you need to be transported to any destination across Moshi/Arusha and the neighboring areas, you know who to turn to. Uhuru Hotel, with its team of experienced, well-trained, and knowledgeable drivers, will always be there for you!

Visits to Waterfalls & Hot Springs

Moshi is a Tanzanian municipality with a population of 184,292 according to the 2012 census. Moshi offers travellers a variety of day trips into the surroundings.

The outback holds a variety of hikes through the magical nature along breathtaking waterfalls and unique valley views. Those who are still somewhat timidly about the complete Kilimanjaro climb can embark on a day trip to Kilimanjaro National Park. Culture lovers will find treat in one of the nearby Maasai villages or with the guardians of Kilimanjaro, the Chagga people, on their coffee farms. Whereas tranquility and relaxation awaits you at Lake Chala or the Chemka Hot Springs.