Tanzania is by far one of the world’s best destinations for wildlife lovers. On a Tanzanian safari, you will see all of the “Big Five” animals; lions, elephants, buffalo, rhinoceros, and leopards. They can all be seen here in greater numbers than anywhere else in the world. The Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, and Tarangire national parks are all within easy reach of Kilimanjaro Airport and can be combined into a fantastic safari adventure that will give you memories to last a lifetime.
Roam Wild Adventure safaris are all in private 4×4 vehicles. Our dedicated and knowledgeable guides who know the terrain exceptionally well will be able to drive you to the spots where you are sure to see many game species. We can customize your excursion according to your timeline and level of comfort. No shared minibuses and no waiting for other groups. We can suggest some of our favorite and most popular itineraries for you, or we can tailor your safari to your unique requirements. There are also many lodging options to choose from. Whether you want to stay in an all-inclusive luxury lodge or more budget-friendly accommodations, no matter what you choose you’re sure to enjoy your time on safari. Have you been dreaming of a romantic sunset balloon tour over the Serengeti? We are happy to arrange it for you. The sky’s the limit!
These tour prices are based on full board mid-high end lodging and tented camp accommodations. If you need help planning your trip, prefer more budget-conscious options or would like more details, send us a message or call us at (866) 764-3029 and we’ll be happy to provide a quote for you.
The Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Projects was established in 2003 and aims to improve the working conditions and lives of porters on Kilimanjaro. They do some amazing things and we are huge supporters of the work that they do.
The ATTA is a vital leadership voice and partner for our industry. With a commitment to sustainable tourism, they believe through research, education, and promotion, they can help businesses and communities thrive in a responsible and profitable future.
Through targeted education, research and outreach, it is their mission, and in turn ours, to ensure the long-term health of our natural world while maintaining sustainable activity in nature.
Roam Wild Adventure
Who Are We?
Our company began with inspiration born out of the indelible impression left upon us from the day we first set foot in Tanzania, and developed as an aspiration to make the beauty, splendor, and unique culture of the Kilimanjaro region accessible to all. Our first visit to Tanzania touched us deeply and that sentiment remained with us long after we left.
After much thought we realized we wanted to become part of the trekking industry in Kilimanjaro, to raise awareness of this special place, its people, and environment and bring others here to enjoy it.
Our company’s purpose is to give people the opportunity to experience the exhilaration of adventure while also creating a community around sustainable and responsible adventure tourism.
Read more about how Roam Wild Adventure got started and our mission on our About Us page.
Roam Wild Adventure was founded by two world wanderers, Helen & Christina. Our company’s purpose is to give people the opportunity to experience the exhilaration of adventure while also creating a community around sustainable and responsible adventure tourism. If you are looking for a truly transformational experience, come explore the world with us.
Have you ever seen an aerial view of Kibo peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro? Incredible, isn’t it? Kibo is the largest cone on the mountain and is more than 24 km (15 mi) wide.
This photo was taken from a small airplane, but there have been some hot air balloon fly-bys past the volcanic crater on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, as well. Can you imagine drifting past Kili from a hot air balloon? Or spending the night sleeping at the crater rim? Surreal 🤩
The view of Mawenzi Peak on the approach to Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, and the highest point in Africa. This photo was taken in January 2020, just a few short months before the world shut down. That blissful day evokes such strong emotions in me 💗 #mountkilimanjaro #summitday #amazingmemories #traveltheworld #tanzania #beautifulmountains #glaciers #sevensummits #liveyourlife...
Walking down memory lane and came across this post of our 5-day safari with the creative travel couple, Sara & Lorenzo of @thetravelization. Great memories!
👉🏻 Welcome to Tanzania: we're just driving and suddenly we met this gorgeous family of giraffes 🦒💚
We were losing hope of seeing giraffes. After two days in Tanzania and more than 10 hours of safari, still nothing
✨ Then the magic.
We were on the road, we were reaching the Serengeti. I had even fallen asleep. Suddenly I hear screaming: "Giraffe! Giraffe!"
It sounded like a voice from my dream
🦒 Instead I open my eyes and there they are, right outside our window, the mother with the calf.
We went down slowly, and we stopped to observe them. And they let themselves be admired. So close that we could see the outlines of every single spot
Like in a documentary 💚
[a huge thank you to our guide Andrew from roamwildadventure who made us fly out of the car to take these pictures 🙏🏻]
photo credit 📷 : @thetravelization
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Sunrise views of Kibo Peak are the most calming and serene way to ease into a new day ☺️. Do you agree?
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One of the most remarkable landmarks on Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Lava Tower, is located more than halfway up the Lemosho Route and is approximately 300ft tall. This geologic formation is called a lava plug and was formed when lava cooled rapidly and plugged up the lava vent preventing further eruption in that location. What do you think of this view? Contact us for information on our upcoming treks: Full Moon Treks, Christmas and New Years Treks, Special Events, Voluntourism
The ultimate camp-out - 5,895m above sea level, spend the night sleeping under a myriad of stars at the crater rim on Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The glacier is now just a small remnant of the ice cap that once crowned the summit of Kilimanjaro. Over the last 100 years approximately 85 percent of the ice cover has been lost to environmental factors. At this rate it will be completely gone before the end of this century.
As a young girl, I dreamed of climbing Kilimanjaro. My passion grew from viewing a painting in my grandmother's house of the majestic mountain. I promised myself one day I would get there to stand at the summit and see the glacier before it completely melted and left the peak bare. I'm so happy I never gave up on that dream.
You are not in the mountains....the mountains are in you.
This quote rings so true on a personal level. Kilimanjaro always inspires and surprises me. With each trek we experience the mountain as if it was the first time. On this day, I was simply trying to get a nice shot of Kibo peak when quite literally out of the blue, clouds blew down from the mountain and surrounded us in this mystical, magical foggy mist, and then just like that, it vanished. It was an unexpected and surreal moment I'll never forget. My heart belongs to Kili <3
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Can you picture yourself here? Are you up for the challenge? Our amazing guides will take you to the rooftop of Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro - the highest peak in Africa and one of the world’s famous Seven Summits.
Contact us for information on our upcoming treks: Full Moon Treks, Christmas and New Years Treks, Special Events, Voluntourism
The undeniable look of love between a mama and her baby...precious. This lioness and her sister were nursing 4 cubs in the cool shade of this Serengeti rock outcrop. We had our cameras on burst mode during these amazing moments so stay tuned for more cute cub pics :).
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This is Ana. Her mesmerizing smile captured our attention during our visit to a Masai boma (village).
Masai women don’t have an easy life. They are part of a semi-nomadic group and responsible for building their homes made from mud, sticks, and straw. In the Masai patriarchal society, women like Ana are often among their husband’s many wives, raising their children and tending to the household, while the men attend the cattle. What struck me about Ana was the somewhat shy, yet easy comfort, with which she gifted us her smile. Photographing her (with her permission of course) was one of those special unexpected moments that graced our visit to Ngorongoro. Lovely smile, lovely day, lovely memories.
We would love to share this beautiful cultural experience with you. Every visit to a Masai village directly benefits their community. Our contribution assists the tribe to purchase supplies, maintain their children’s schooling, and sustain their communities. Contact us for information on how you can include a cultural excursion with your Kilimanjaro or safari tour package.
Sunday morning…the sun is shining brightly, there’s a cool breeze in the air, roosters are crowing, the lovely sound of children’s choir is wafting into my sitting room, and I couldn’t be more at peace. There’s something special in the serenity of a simplified life. One realizes what is truly important…love; the thing that binds us to each other, gratitude; what keeps us grounded. Blessings y’all 🙏🏼 #goodlife...
A sunrise hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti should be on everyone’s #bucketlist. Wouldn’t you agree? #safari #savanna #adventuretravel #africansafari #hotairballoon #sunrise #visittanzania #serengeti #serengetinationalpark #roamwildadventure #bucketlistadventures...