Budget Camping Safari

The idea of a safari can bring visions of luxurious lodges and remote carefully decorated cabins with king sized beds and a full staff. What are the options, then, for regular folks? Young people trying to see the world on a shoe string budget or frugal travelers trying to stretch their pocketbook? Safaris don’t have to be expensive and glamorous. Money can be saved by doing a budget camping safari.

While there are some set costs to a safari: vehicle, petrol, insurance, food and park fees, there are ways that money can be saved. The main way to cut out expenses on a safari is to select cheaper places to stay. The cheapest of all is tent camping.

Tent camping on Safari in Tanzania is similar to camping in the US. There are campgrounds at the different national parks where tents can be set up. Most bathroom facilities are basic but clean. Because you are going with our company we provide a cook that prepares the meals for your group at the campsite. We also set up your camp while you are on safari and provide all sleeping bags. Sometimes there is a small bar on site where soda or alcohol can be purchased.

Our Kiboko Bush Camp has a campground where our budget-minded clients can stay when visiting Lake Manyara and other parks.

Contact Us if you would like to get more information about budget safari options!