Boat trips along the Wami River, Marine Island and wildlife drives (in open-sided vehicles), bush walks and village tours can be arranged through Saadani park hotel.
Guides for vehicle safaris cost US$ 150 per day, per group maximum 6 clients. The Saadani Tourist center office in Dar es salaam can arrange tours of Saadani national park.
In sadaani national park there is a lot of activities which are conducted and done by as Saadani park hotel.
Those activities are such as
Boat safaris are relaxing and enjoyable. There is a chance you may spot hippos, crocs and many birds, and it’s interesting to watch the vegetation along the banks of the Wami River change with the decreasing salinity of the water as you move upstream. In some sections there are also marked variations between the two banks, with areas of date palms and lush foliage on one side, and whistling thorn acacias reminiscent of drier areas of the country on the other. Expect to pay about US$50 per person.
Walking safaris are a good way to get a taste of the bush and Saadani’s more subtle attractions. They are available in the dry season only. The cost is US$23.60 per person, plus a guide fee of US$23.60 per group. Also walking safari its conduct to one of the village near Saadani park hotel known as Mkwaja, here you will be capable of enjoying the Historical of Saadani fishing village to see the remains of buildings that existed when this place was a bustling port trading ivory and slaves, can also be organized. Even cultural tours to the main ethnic tribes in the area (Waswahili, Wazigua and Wadoe) are on offer. Further ethnic groups from other regions have also migrated to the region because of better trade opportunities. The Wamangati, originally from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, send their cattle to Zanzibar on traditional dhows in order to make a living.
When you join us on safari you will be met at the airport, taken to a hotel or a central meeting point and briefed before you set off. You will be transported in a well-maintained, clean Toyota 4×4 safari vehicle, driven by a professional local guide in areas that will leave you breathless with wonder and excitement. You will search for the ‘Big Five’ – buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino – and will be amazed by the sheer beauty of grass-covered savannas, extinct volcanoes and rare birds. You will see animals, landscapes and flowers and you will meet the local people and taste local foods.
A salt evaporation pond is a shallow artificial salt pan designed to extract salts from sea water or other brines. Natural salt pans are geological formations that are also created by water evaporating and leaving behind salts. In saadani national park it one of the best attraction which visitors tend to love seeing.This salt pond is one of the biggest in East Africa countries; the ponds also provide a productive resting and feeding ground for many species of waterbirds, which may include endangered species. Therefore tourist will be able to view different type of bird species
The ponds are commonly separated by levees. Salt evaporation ponds, also called salterns, salt works or salt pans, are shallow artificial ponds designed to extract salts from sea water or other brines. The seawater or brine is fed into large ponds and water is drawn out through natural evaporation which allows the salt to be subsequently harvested.