About Relight Child Hope Adventures


Relight Child Hope Adventures

Is a registered tour company operating in Tanzania East Africa.

We do our safaris while focus on benefitting local communities, by giving an Africa child opportunity to access Education and Health services collaborate with our organization www.childhopetz.org.

Our main objective is to use tourism as a tool to create a better life and future for our communities, and to protect the environment at same time.

Safari Tanzania

Serengeti National Park

Tanzania’s oldest and most popular national park, with unforgettable scenery!

 The Serengeti is one of Africa’s most famous parks, due to the variety and abundance of wildlife. It is home to the largest migration of animals anywhere on the planet, World Heritage Site of Serengeti is one of the must-dos on your list in a trip to Tanzania.  Over 500 bird species.  The Great Migration, which is the annual movement of Zebras , remain one of the most remarkable and inspiring sights of Africa.

The Ngorongoro Crater

Ngoro Ngoro has been referred to as the “Garden of Eden” or the “Eighth Wonder” , It’s a volcanic crater 20km wide and 600 meters deep. Here you will find numerous animals, including the “Big Five”: elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and leopard. Due to its characteristic shape and its climatic conditions, the animals live there all year long and can be easily observed. One of the most notable animals here is the critically endangered black rhinoceros, which makes the crater one of the few places in the world where they can be seen.

Tarangire National Park

Known for its herds of elephants, and named after the grand Tarangire River!

Tarangire derives its name from Tarangire River, which rises from south and makes its ay through the length of the park. The river is a water source that keeps this park alive during the dry season. This more remote park is full of wildlife, especially around the only permanent water source in the area, the Tarangire River. It’s the perfect place for elephant and bird lovers since this park boasts the largest elephant population in north Tanzania and more than 500 bird species. 

Tarangire is well known for its ancient baobab trees and the habitat is completely different from other parks. The main attraction here is the elephants; this park has herds of up to 300 elephants that dig the dry river bed in search of water. Another draw are the numerous baobab trees in the park, a tree unique to Africa. Moreover, Tarangire National Park has the greatest concentration of wildlife outside the Serengeti ecosystem.

Lake Manyara
National Park

A beautiful lake in the Great Rift Valley

Lake Manyara is located on the edge of the Rift Valley and consists of a huge soda lake that covers two-third of the park. It is well known for its large troops of baboons, tree-climbing lions and rich variety of bird-life – from thousands of pink-hued flamingos to pelicans and eagles. 

This park is home to the largest concentration of baboons in the world and is also famous for its tree-climbing lions. Manyara holds a wide variety of habitats, such as groundwater forests, swamps, acacia bushes and the hot springs

Lake Natron

Lake Natron, a beautiful salt and soda lake, home to millions of flamingos and surrounded by breathtaking views of Ol Doinyo Lengai!

Lake Natron is a beautiful lake in the Arusha region of northern Tanzania and close to the Kenyan border. Situated at the base of the active volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai, and less than 3 meters deep, Lake Natron is home to 2.4 million flamingos.

Get away from it all and enjoy a relaxing day or two by the lake. Hike to the nearby waterfalls and go swimming, or spend a day with a local Maasai tribe. Drive down to the lake to watch the flamingos and if you are lucky, you can spot zebras as well.

Arusha National Park

A small but beautiful park with varied landscapes!

Arusha National Park is one of the smallest National Parks in Tanzania. The landscapes are diverse and include a crater, lakes with numerous flamingos, a montane forest, and Mount Meru. Mt. Meru is Tanzania’s second highest mountain at 4566 meters and can be climbed in three to four days. Moreover, on clear days, one can see a stunning view of Mt. Kilimanjaro from many places within the park.Though this park is small, it features a rich variety of  In addition to this, more than 400 species of birds have been recorded in the park!

Zanzibar Beaches

Delight all your senses with a visit to Zanzibar

Zanzibar is one of the world’s best known legendary tropical islands, with long, crowded history and a uniquely romantic atmosphere.  Zanzibar lies off the coast of the mainland and consists of two main islands: Unguja and Pemba. Most visitors end up visiting the island of Unguja, where the airport and its main city, Stone Town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), are located. Wander the ancient streets of Stone Town, relax on the beach or go snorkeling and diving in the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Nungwi, in the North, is well known for its beaches, snorkeling activities, turtle sanctuaries.

Zanzibar Beaches