Canoe Safari in Tanzania

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Details of Canoe Safari in Tanzania

A relaxing way to get closer to nature

Canoe safaris perfectly combine the excitement of a game drive with the relaxation of being out on the water in a place of great natural beauty.

Accompanied by a qualified guide, canoeists glide over the smooth lake water and take in the sights of giraffes, buffalo, elephants, hippos, waterbuck, bushbuck, and more. You can also expect to spot a huge variety of bird life.

If you're on safari in Tanzania, you can include a canoe safari in either Arusha National Park or Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Duluti lizzard

For those staying in Arusha town, canoe excursions can also be arranged on Lake Duluti.

Lake Duluti Canoeing

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Canoe safaris are a great way to see a park from a different perspective, combining the thrill of exploration with the relaxation of being out on the water and at the heart of nature's beauty.


Canoe safaris are available in both Tanzania (Arusha or Lake Manyara) 


If you wish to enrich your safari experience with a canoe safari and leave the safari vehicle behind for a few hours, feel free to contact us.


Canoe safaris can be done at three locations in Tanzania 


Arusha National Park: A canoe safari lasts approximately two and a half hours.
Arusha Town on Lake Duluti: Canoeing lasts approximately ninety minutes.
Lake Manyara: A canoe safari lasts approximately two and a half hours. 

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