Wild Things Safaris

African Based Travel Specialist

Address:
5 Ethan St, Mbezi Beach Dar es Salaam
Member Number: 206364 Tel: +255742373327

Wild Things is a tour operator covering all of Tanzania, including the Southern Circuit. Wild Things also specialises in academic trips for school and student groups, We have 3 camps

  1. Udzungwa Forest Camp (Hondo Hondo - bordering the Udzugnwa Mountains National Park
  2. Wami River Bush Retreat (Kisampa) - on it's own private conservancy on the Wami River, west of Bagamoyo and Saadani National Park
  3. Amani Forest Camp (Emau Hill) in the Amani Nature Reserve, East Usambara

Wild Things also resells Safari Manager - tour operator management systems, airline and lodge email management, and Partracks - supply chain management and stock software systems.

 

Where we operate

  • Tanzania
  • Zanzibar

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Beach Holidays
  • Bird Watching
  • Canoeing
  • Diving
  • Flying Safaris
  • Mountain Climbing
  • Photography
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Walking Safaris
  • Eco tourism

News

31 May 2019

Karibu Fair / KiliFair 2019

Wild Things Safaris & Wild Lodges Properties are exhibiting at the Karibu Fair / KiliFair, Friedkin Recreation Center, TGT Grounds in Arusha, 07 - 09 June 2019. Stand # P10. Send an email to sharon@wildlodges.com if you would like to make an appointment.

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09 April 2019

Hiking in the Udzungwas

Bordering the Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Udzungwa Forest Camp (Hondo Hondo) offers something different than the traditional safari. This park has many different hiking routes. Guests can go hiking within the park (no vehicles allowed). The park is one of the lesser-known parks in Tanzania, even though the Udzungwa Mountains are among the most biodiversity hotspots in the world, with many endmic plants, birds and primates – Udzungwa Red Colobus and Sanje Mangabey (The Red Colobus are often seen at the camp in front of the bar).

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29 March 2019

Every bit helps to put a smile on a kid's face

Wild Things Safaris and Udzungwa Forest Camp would like to thank Aspire Sports Trust for the donation of soccer balls and other school equipment needed to Mang'ula Primary School, Kilombero Valley, Tanzania.  Receiving the donation is head teacher Frank Dallu. Over the past 10 years, Wild Things Safaris and Udzungwa Forest Camp have been intigators in getting donors to sponsor the school; renovating classrooms, school desks and supplying much needed equimpent and sporting goods.

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25 March 2019

Plunge Pool at Kisampa

Kisampa - Wami River Bush Retreat, situated on the south western border of Saadani National Park has installed a plunge pool shaded with two dhow sails. A great way for guests to refresh after either a bush walk, a canoe safari on the Wami River or just enjoy the day relaxing at the camp with the occassional dip in the pool.l.

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06 November 2018

Udzungwa Forest Camp - Canoeing On the Kilombero

Udzungwa Forest Camp, situated in the Kilombero Valley offers canoe trips in the local dugout canoes on the Kilombero River down at Ifakara. There are many great birds, including the endemic Kilombero Weaver, White-tailed Cisticola and Kilombero Cisticola and with some luck, the African Skimmer. Excellent for birding enthusiasts!

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03 October 2018

Wild Lodges Properties (Tanzania) at S!TE 2018

Wild Lodges Properties will be exhibiting at S!TE, the Swahili International Tourism Expo.S!TE 2018 is held at JNICC - Julius Nyerere International Convention Center in Dar es Salaam12 - 14 October 2018, 10h00 to 17h00. Stand # L10SPlease schedule a time to meet up with us, contactWild Lodges properties: Udzungwa Forest Camp (Hondo Hondo) situated on the border of the Udzungwa National Park, Morogoro Region, Amani Forest Camp (Emau Hill) on the border of the Amani Nature Reserve, East Usamabra …

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01 October 2018

Wami River Bush Retreat (Kisampa) Anti- Poaching Project

Wami River Bush Retreat also know as Kisampa is 140,000 acre private conservation sanctuary on the south western border of Saadani National Park and in the month of August while on a walk about over 30 snares were pulled up on various boundaries. These snares are set by the locals killing the game for food. Kisampa charges a community levy to help fund the local villages and to discourage cattle grazing in the conservancy area.

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26 September 2018

Amani Forest Camp (Emau Hill) Road Project

Amani Forest Camp (Emau Hill), East Usambara Mountains,Tanga Region together with the local community and the Catholic Church are undertaking a project to renovate and maintain the access road to the camp, making it more accessible for clients and local residents of the area.

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