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About Eastland AdventuresWe are certified and trusted local owned tour operator based in Moshi Tanzania with wide knowledge and experiences of organizing individuals, Couples, families and group tours to Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru, Camping Safaris, Lodge Safaris, Lake Tanganyika tour, Lake Victoria tour, Day trips, Coffee tour, Cultural tour and Zanzibar holiday. At Eastland Adventures we have dedicated office staff, safaris teams, climbing teams and the best quality equipment for Kilimanjaro and Safaris jeep, which we maintain to the highest standard. We are here to make your trip just as you had always dream it would be and go beyond your expectations. We are not only a registered tour agency but also we are certified and licensed Kilimanjaro and Safaris guides with passionate of travel and we know Tanzania in all aspects, Once you pick us to be your main host in Tanzania expect excellent hospitality and unforgettable experiences to take back with you home to share with friends and family, always you will keep dreaming when are you going to come back again to join us for another life time adventures.
Eastland adventures helped make my dreams come true. I signed on to do the Machame route up Kilimanjaro, it was an amazing experience where our every need was catered for. Wonderful, experienced staff who provided us with brilliant service which ultimately made it an unforgettable trip!
As I was so impressed with the experience and service provided by Eastland Adventures I then decided to go with them on safari to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, where we were again provided with amazing service, expert knowledge and an unforgettable trip!
I have done a trip to the lesser known areas of Tanzania - Mwanza, Kigoma, Lake Tanganyika - in 2014 with Eastland Adventures and I can absolutely recommend this company! Their chief guide, Daniel Pallangyo, handled my unusual request enthusiastically and organised a fun road trip around the country. To round it off we finished with a day trip on Mount Kilimanjaro and a trip to a coffee farmer.