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Njombe Travel Guide | Njombe Safari Tours

Njombe Travel Guide | Njombe Safari Tours

Unveil Njombe’s wonders as you explore Livingstone Mountains’ trails, embrace Ludewa Viewpoint’s panoramas and discover Kidegembye Waterfall’s hidden allure. Immerse in Luponde Tea Estates’ beauty, delve into Makete Caves’ mysteries and rejuvenate at Ikwambi Hot Springs. Time travel at Isimila Stone Age Site, witness Kitulo National Park’s floral marvels and unwind by Lake Nyasa. Traverse Nyumba Nitu Natural Forest’s Sanctuary. In Njombe, nature’s symphony enchants all.

In addition to giving it the reputation of being Tanzania’s coldest town, this perch provides wide vistas over hills that seem to roll endlessly to the horizon. The surrounding area, dotted with tea plantations and fields of wildflowers, is ideal for walking and cycling. As there is no tourism infrastructure, anything you undertake will need to be under your own steam. At the northern edge of town, visible from the main road and an easy walk, are the Luhuji Falls.

Best Safari tours from Njombe

Often overlooked by many safari operators in favour of the northern parks, the southern parks of Nyerere National Park (formerly the Selous Game Reserve) and Ruaha National Park are worth serious consideration and are the preferred destination for most who are really keen on their safari. 

The benefits of heading to the south is that, where the very north of the Serengeti gives the numbers of game, along with some seclusion, the southern parks are still very much “frontier” parks and so are noticeably less busy (they also feature the same spread of species as the north, but more like a thousand, rather than 2 million). 

The second important point is that, where the average lodge cost in the north is around $700 per person per night, the lodges in the south, where they offer a similar experience, are around $2-300 less.

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The south and west of Tanzania are often overshadowed by the more famous and iconic Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater in the north.  Some agents feel that the south and west are better suited to the seasoned safari-goer and don’t recommend them for a first timer  –  however we would disagree! We have sent thousands of first timers to southern Tanzania where they have had an excellent safari experience.

Njombe Safari Tours

Floral Abundance
Kitulo National Park, aptly known as the “Garden of God,” unfolds as a masterpiece of floral diversity. Its landscapes come alive with a vibrant tapestry of flowers, creating a spectacle that celebrates nature’s creative artistry. From delicate blooms to vivid wildflowers, the park’s charm lies in its ability to showcase the endless variety of plant life.

Botanical Wonder
Beyond its picturesque name, Kitulo National Park becomes a living testament to the wonders of the botanical world. The park’s floral symphony is a celebration of colors, shapes, and scents that dance in harmony with the changing seasons. As you wander through this floral sanctuary, you’ll be enveloped in a fragrant embrace that highlights the beauty of nature’s creations and reaffirms the park’s rightful place as a testament to the artistic genius of the natural world.

Mountain Majesty
The Livingstone Mountains grace Njombe with their scenic grandeur, offering a haven for hiking enthusiasts and adventurers seeking to conquer their majestic peaks. This mountain range invites you to embark on trails that wind through diverse landscapes, revealing breathtaking vistas and connecting you to the untamed heart of nature.

Trailblazing Beauty
As you ascend the Livingstone Mountains, you’ll journey through varying ecosystems, from lush valleys to rugged ridges. Each step is an exploration, revealing the mountain’s hidden charms and presenting opportunities to witness the wonders of biodiversity that thrive in these heights.

Panoramic Poetry
Ludewa Viewpoint stands as a window to the world, where panoramic vistas unfold in a breathtaking tapestry of nature’s artistry. This vantage point offers a moment of awe as you witness the expanse of landscapes stretching before you, a canvas painted with the hues of the sky, land, and water.

Nature’s Spectacle
From Ludewa Viewpoint, the world below transforms into a living panorama. The rising sun and setting stars cast their magical glow upon the scenery, while the changing play of light creates a mesmerizing dance of shadows and highlights. It’s a symphony of beauty that captures the essence of Njombe’s natural wonders.

Nestled within the embrace of the Mpanga-Kipengere Game Reserve, Kimani Falls stands as a true testament to the raw beauty of nature. Located along the tranquil Kimani River, this enchanting waterfall is undoubtedly one of the most captivating attractions within the reserve. With its cascading waters and picturesque surroundings, Kimani Falls is a true masterpiece that captures the heart and imagination of all who are fortunate enough to experience its splendor.

The sight of Kimani Falls is a visual feast for the senses. The cascading waters create a shimmering curtain that dances in the sunlight, casting refreshing mist into the air. The lush greenery that frames the falls adds a vibrant contrast, forming a picturesque scene that beckons photographers and nature enthusiasts alike

Ancient Chronicles
Isimila Stone Age Site stands as a living testament to humanity’s ancestral journey. This archaeological site unveils a window into the past, where ancient stone tools and relics paint a picture of the ingenuity and survival skills of our early forebears.

Archaeological Odyssey
Exploring Isimila is akin to embarking on an archaeological odyssey, where each artifact and etching whispers stories of a time long gone. The site’s historical significance transcends the ages, inviting you to contemplate the remarkable evolution of human civilization as you stand amidst the remains of ancient lives.

Shores of Tranquility
Lake Nyasa’s pristine beauty captivates, offering a tranquil haven for relaxation, fishing, and boating. The lake’s shimmering waters create a serene backdrop against the lush surroundings, inviting you to unwind amidst the embrace of nature’s aqueous embrace.

Aquatic Reverie
Whether casting a line into its depths or embarking on a boating adventure, Lake Nyasa is a canvas for aquatic exploration. The lake’s tranquility allows you to connect with its reflective beauty, fostering a sense of harmony with the water’s gentle embrace.