“Karibu Karatu Tanzania” - KKT as put in the words of the Masai people, Welcome to Karatu, the gateway to the world famous Ngorogoro Conservation Area and the Serengeti National Park.
Situated at the base of the Ngorogoro Highlands, and just over two hours drive from Kilimanjaro airport, it is also only 14km from the Ngorogoro Gate, the entrance to the world famous “Conservation Area,” as well as being within a one hour drive from the “Manyara” area of the “Great Rift Valley”. It is for the eco-tourist a central base with easy access not just to the Ngorogoro Crater and Serengeti, but also to ... Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Parks. Lake Eyasi, the home to the indigenous Hadzabe and Datoga bushmen, and Lake Natron are also within easy access. Read more
“Karibu Karatu Tanzania” - KKT is able to offer you affordable wildlife safaris and adventure tours of the NORTHERN NATIONAL PARKS in a private or sharing capacity. "On this website, we highlight certain seasonal itineraries. However at the same time our experts are just a "click" away from assisting you with the planning of your trip of a life time in accordance with your own personal requirments and budget"ANIMAL, BIRD OR JUST ADVENTURE LOVERS, please feel free to browse the following pages
Apart from offering spectacular panoramas and exciting wildlife, all safaris and tours offer a window into the fascinating balance between tourism and the local indigenous people. Inside the confines of the Ngorogoro Conservation Area, the local Masai people still maintain their traditional life style, herding their cattle and goats on the open plains as they have done for hundreds of years, while every night returning them to their traditional “bomas” to minimize the threats from nearby predators. This co-habitation between wildlife and people, while at the same time sustaining tourism, is a huge ecological step in the right direction for Tanzania.
Let “ Karibu Karatu Tanzania”- KKT share with you through our experienced and passionate staff, the rich and diverse experiences of Tanzania in such a way that Africa and her people will be recalled and forever revisited.