Explore Tanzania Safari with Us

Explore Serengeti Wildebeest Migration with Us

Explore Mount Kilimanjaro with Us

Explore Mount Kilimanjaro with Us

Explore Zanzibar beach with Us

Explore Tanzania Safari with Us

Kilimanjaro Group Joining Trekking

Kilimanjaro Private Group Trekking

Tanzania Honeymoon Safari



Kilimanjaro Trekking Itineraries




What to Pack for Your Safari?

Packing for your first safari can be a bit daunting. What do you bring? What don’t you need? Below you’ll find our recommended list of things to bring along with you when you’re on safari……..

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Tanzania has almost 38% of its land reserved as protected areas, one of the world’s highest percentage.Tanzania has more than 16 national parks and is home to a large variety of animal life. Among the large mammals include the Big five, cheetahs, wildebeest, giraffes, hippopotamuses and other animals and birds. 

Tanzania is the home of mount Kilimanjaro which is the highest mountain in Africa and Zanzibar island the unforgettable island is found in Tanzania

What our clients say

Tanzania On Foot request  all clients who worked with us to leave their feedback after finish their safari, here are some of their feedbacks

“Very good service. William Wagama is very reliable. Just finished Lemosho route with two sons. Wired him $6000 and there he was at the airport to pick us up. I feel its better to put the money in the local economy where possible. I noticed some European companies were sub-contracting totally to the local guides – so why not deal direct?”

Nigel from UK

“I wrote this recommendation of your work that you can include on your profile.We all really appreciated your efforts.“William did a very professional job getting my husband and sons, who were not without problems, to the summit using the Lemosho route.He also organised a memorable day trip for me into the Arusha National Park which included a walking safari amongst the giraffes, buffalo and monkeys.”


“I would like to thank you once again for the perfect organisation of our trip on the Kilimanjaro. I was very impressed by the beauty of Africa and kindness of the people from your country. I wish to visit Tanzania again, next time maybe with my son and my women.”

Szymon Wisniewski

“Our safari trip was organized by Tanzania On Foot, who was recommended to us by a friend who had worked in Tanzania earlier. We can warmly recommend you to travel with Tanzania on Foot They have excellent service and customer care. The safari journeys were, of course, a great pleasure. The will help with everything from pick-up at the airport to all the lodging and meals during the safari days, there was nothing we had to do but to enjoy the trip.”

Hritul Karim

“We had a great time with William on our ascent of Mount Meru. It was our first ever climb so we were completely in his hands and he was fantastic. His understanding of the climb, knowledge of the area, passion for his country and love of the job all shone through making the whole experience thoroughly fantastic. If you’re thinking of a climb or a walk with these guys, don’t hesitate!”

Gregg and Lis Finlay

“I have been thinking how to express so many good and happy thoughts of William and his team and the most amazing memories of climbing Mt.Meru. Then I realised that every time I thought about my experiences with our group and of our fabulous leader William I smiled!His wide range of skills from organizer, educator to entertainer was faultless. His patience and quiet confidence that each one of his group would succeed was inspiring. I confess that climbing Kili is not near the top of my ‘to do’ list but if I ever consider it, it would only be with the assistance of William and his company. In the future if anyone is going on a similar trip I would not hesitate to recommend him whole heartedl”

Julia Smith

“From the moment that he met us at the airport to the moment that he left us at Arusha, William played the happy host. He made the Meru climb enjoyable with his easy manner and fabulous sense of humour, all the while assessing our needs for the final ascent. I had constant and complete faith in his ability to keep us safe and to act quickly and without fuss if we needed support. I feel that my personal triumph was in no small part due to William and his gentle persuasiveness to keep on going when things got tough. I am delighted to hear that he is starting his own business and wish him every success in this and future endeavours – he is one in a million”

Jen Button

“I wanted to drop you a note about William. He was our tour guide and I wanted you to know what a brilliant job he did for you and what a credit he is to your company. I head a company of almost 2000 employees around the world and William showed leadership capability and values that I rarely see. William looked after us every step of the journey, he was always watching and taking in information on our progress, capability and strengths. When leadership was needed he was always there (sorting out a traffic jam on the Baracco wall, helping members of our team on a difficult last night) but at other times he was a member of the team and joined in our fun and conversations. Our whole group was immensely impressed with William, his team of guides and the overall organisation of our trip. We had an amazing time and memories that will last a lifetime.”

Simon Hay