Lake Chala Day Trip


Lake Chala Day Trip: Africa Natural Tours (For Kilimanjaro, Serengeti and Zanzibar) Tanzania safari company in Moshi
Specialized in:  Wildlife safaris, Mountain climbing, Cultural tourism and Beach holidays in East Africa
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Lake Chala Day Trip

A Remote Treasure
Lake Chala, a hidden gem, a perfect place to relax and unwind from the busy city life. The remote caldera lake on the border of Tanzania & Kenya is only 55km from Moshi and therefore the perfect get away for a day. Pure tranquility and beautiful nature await you at the lake. Explore the area on one of the many possible hikes, swim in the crystal clear water, kayak across borders or simply enjoy the stunning vistas of an untouched Africa.

TOUR ITINERARY
In the morning your guide will pick you up from your accommodation. You will drive to Lake Chala Safari Camp with a packed lunch box and drinking water. Upon arrival you will see the beautiful private game reserve overlooking the Crater Lake. Our guide will take you down to the lake. Spend the day swimming, exploring, kayaking (optional). You will experience the natural beauties of the green scenery, landscape and will also have the opportunity to meet local people doing their daily activity. There is a very high possibility of spotting the baboon monkey, velvet monkey, blue monkey, antelopes, elephants and many different birds, that live in this wonderful savannah land. You will then be driven back to Moshi in the late afternoon. There is also the option of staying overnight in the lodge or camping site. If you are camping, you can either bring your own equipment or hire upon arrival. There is a bar that serves alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages and a restaurant that serves snacks and main meals. Staying overnight gives you the opportunity of going on longer hikes, fishing, and having time to relax next to a camp fire.

Our Package Includes
  • Transport
  • Park fees
  • Driver guide
  • Lunch box
  • 1,5l bottle of water

Not Included
  • Personal items
  • Gratuities / "tip" for guide



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