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TANZANIA WILD ADVENTURES was established Since 2007, as a friendly business, and like most small businesses had good reputation for personalized service. Today Tanzania Wild Adventures is rated as one of the upcoming tour operators in Tanzania, receiving thousands visitors a year but our motivation is the same to treat all visitors as our personal guests. We have invested to maintain the efficiency and the personalized service that has been our foundation and is now the Tanzania Wild Adventures attitude and trademark.

Our focused attention on training and upgrading the personnel, opening offices in key tourist centers, expanding and modernizing our workshop facilities, increasing the quantity and quality of our vehicles, and installing necessary equipment for excellence communication with the outside world and linking our operations countrywide.

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Tanzania Wild Adventures specialises in Kilimanjaro summits, Mount Meru climbs as well as safaris, day trips and everything inbetween.We have set tours but can tailor-make any experience to suit your requirements. Our personalised service surpasses our clients’ expectations.

We offer holiday packages including vacations for:

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We don't add hidden extras cost. All trips include travel permit, lodging and fooding. There are no surprises with hidden costs.

TripAdvisor Multiple Award winning company

We've received Certificate of Excellence award from TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel website.

100% Customizable

Tell us about your trip requirement. We'll work together to customize your trip to meet your exact requirement so that you have a memorable trip.

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Ideas to help you to prepare, train, stay healthy and reach altitudes you would never have believed possible.

High places -- altitudes of 2,500m and above -- demand special respect and preparation. However, with proper planning and the right training, almost anyone can experience the exhilaration of rarefied air. Here are some ideas to help you to prepare, train, stay well and reach altitudes you would never have believed possible in the tallest mountain ranges of the world.

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Train, train, train
It is often not practical to prepare by actually spending time up high, but you can train your heart and lungs for altitude, even at sea level. Do at least four hour-long sessions per week of full-effort aerobic exercise, such as running, biking or swimming. Find steep hills to climb wherever you can. And if you will be carrying a load, include this into your training regime.

Rest
If you will be flying or driving to altitude, the first thing you must do is rest. Spend two or three days doing as little as possible and drinking plenty of water – around four to six litres per day. Dehydration worsens altitude problems, as does drinking alcohol.

Keep eating
You may lose your appetite when first at altitude, but it is important to keep eating. You will burn more calories even at rest when up in the alpine cold: make sure you eat plenty of high-carb, slow-burning energy foods.

Climb high, sleep low
Above 3,000m, if the geography allows, do not ascend more than 300m a day. If you do, plan to sleep no more than 300m higher than you did the previous night until you are well acclimatised. Acclimatisation takes one to three days for any given altitude.

Tough days, rough nights
Nights may be tough at first. Breathing rate slows when you sleep and you may wake frequently feeling short of breath. Propping yourself up with your backpack to sleep half-sitting may help.

Know the danger signs
It is normal to have some headaches when you are first above 2,500m. Rest, drink and medicate as you would at sea level. Breathlessness is normal on exertion at altitude – but above 3,000m, watch for breathlessness when resting. A cough; a severe, persistent headache; nausea; loss of coordination or disorientation all are signs of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). This potentially fatal condition demands rapid descent.

Have a plan
AMS symptoms often improve with a descent of 300 to 600m. Make sure your walking party has a plan of action for descent.

Try folk (and Western) remedies
Andeans have chewed coca leaves for thousands of years -- the alkaloids released relieve altitude symptoms. In the Himalayas, dried yak cheese is said to alleviate some altitude woes. Eating steak before arriving at altitude may increase iron levels and help produce blood cells to transport oxygen. Or take the pharmaceutical route: Acetazolamide (Diamox) before and during ascent helps acclimatisation.

Now that you are prepared, here are five of the most beautiful -- and challenging -- high altitude journeys:

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