Water Sports

Water Sports

As you can imagine, being on the tropical Indian ocean, and having Africa's largest lakes, Tanzania has plenty of water sports, ranging from some of the worlds best diving (both in the ocean and freshwater lakes), yacht, dhow and boat trips, fishing, and adrenaline sports.

Other activities such as kite surfing, sailing and deep-sea fishing are also available from Dar Es Salaam and Zanzibar.

Many activities are organised by the sea or lakeside hotels so which hotel or lodge you choose will depend on what activities you want to enjoy or vice versa.

Yacht or boat charters, live-aboard diving and fishing trips are often independent operations specialising in their activity.

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  • A very exciting adventure

    Andrew Bird

    United Kingdom, Jan 2014

  • We had a wonderful trip. Thanks very much to you, Wild Things and to Abbas for putting together such a memorable safari for us.

    Kathryn Woof

    United Kingdom, Dec 2013

  • We had a fantastic trip. Your excellent organisation, your guide - Max, was exemplary in every way, were major contributors to this. Many thanks for making ours, a trip of a lifetime.

    Richard Goldberg

    United Kingdom, Jun 2013

  • We thoroughly enjoyed our experience, and we feel that the service you offered was well worth the money we paid. Salim was wonderful. Very interesting to talk to us, and an excellent driver.

    Claire Austin

    United Kingdom, Jan 2013

  • Thank you so much for the amazing safari! This was a great safari and I can't wait to give you a full brief and photos!

    Genevieve Champagne

    Canada,

  • We had a really great vacation on the Southern Circuit in Tanzania and wonderfully facilitated by our driver/guide Salim who was really first class - a great representative of Wild Things.

    Steve Wallis

    Belgium, Oct 2013

  • I am just emailing to say how amazing the safari was and I would like to thank you, The food was great and we saw so many animals its exceeded our expectations completely.

    Samantha Crichton

    United Kingdom, Jan 2013