Nairobi to Arusha tours

Game drives, Maasai traditions and lively street markets. Travelling between Nairobi to Arusha you’ll see it all. From tiny villages and welcoming locals to game parks and wildlife (lots and lots of wildlife). The welcoming and friendly countries of Kenya and Tanzania have some of the best wildlife, culture and environment that East Africa has to offer.


4.8 out of 5 based on 102 reviews submitted.
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East Africa Highlights

Dripto · Traveled May 2024
Nice trip overall. The truck was nice. Everything was executed the way it was shown in the info page.
Review submitted 24 May 2024

East Africa Highlights

Dulcy · Traveled May 2024
The East Africa trip to Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania is one to not be missed! The variety of cultures, animals and food and the excellent crew provided by Intrepid make it a once in a lifetime adventure.
Review submitted 27 May 2024

Premium Kenya & Tanzania

Joanne · Traveled May 2024
My husband and I did the Premium Kenya and Tanzania. Be prepared for lots of driving and spending long days in the car. But also be prepared to be amazed with the landscape, the animals and birds. The accommodation, the food and the service was fantastic. I will remember this trip forever.
Review submitted 17 May 2024

East Africa Highlights

Alison · Traveled February 2024
If anyone is considering doing this trip you must it was fantastic and the crew were excellent
Review submitted 24 Feb 2024

East Africa Highlights

Thomas · Traveled February 2024
Amazing trip, well worth a look. This was mine and my girlfriend's favourite trip of all time and we were lucky to see all of the big 5. The visits to the tribes was very informative and a great cultural experience and they will look to include you in dancing, archery, grinding corn, etc. Ride could be very bumpy at times and there was a lot of hours spent on the bus so bare this in mind if you have a back or neck issues and perhaps opt for the more premium package if you want to avoid this. Also please note that the camping in the Serengeti is unfenced, without an armed guard or guard tower and sometimes animals are killed in or near to the campsite by lions which can be terrifying to hear if unprepared.
Review submitted 21 Feb 2024