353 great adventure and sport tours in East Africa. Searching for an adventure and sport tour in East Africa? Below you will find 353 curated adventure and sport tours taking place in East Africa with 900 reviews. Our adventure and sport tours are supplied by hand-picked tour operators in East Africa. With tour prices ranging from 40 USD to 19,065 USD and tour durations varying from 1 day and to 114 days, there is plenty to choose from.

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Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route Trek: 8-Day Itinerary

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8 day trekking tour through Mt Mkubwa Camp, Shira Camp One, Shira Camp Two and 7 other destinations in Tanzania. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Operator Simba Adventures Ltd
  • Activities Trekking & Adventure
  • Accommodation Camping & Hotel
  • Age Range15+ years old
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Kilimanjaro Climbing tours via Northern Circuit - 10 Days

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10 day trekking tour through Moshi, Shira Camp One, Shira Camp Two and 8 other destinations in Tanzania. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Operator Himalayan Glacier Trekking Active 14 hours ago
  • Activities Trekking & Hiking
  • Accommodation Camping, Hotel, Hut, Tent & Sleeping Hut
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range12+ years old
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Seven-Day Kilimanjaro Climb: Shira Route

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7 day hiking trip through Simba Camp, Shira Camp Two, Barranco Camp and 8 other destinations in Tanzania. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Operator Kilisa Tours & Safaris
  • Activities Hiking & Trekking +1 more
  • Accommodation Camping, Tent, Hotel & Hut
  • Age Range7+ years old
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Extraordinary Experience with Enosa
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
  • From USA
“it's been a month since we completed our trek up Kilimanjaro and I still can't find the words to capture the incredible experience we had, and it truly all boiled down to the Enosa group. Each and every member of our 14 person team was invaluable. Our group had people of different physical fitness, different comfort levels when it came to camping, to dietary restrictions. Our guides (ask for Willie and Eric) went above and beyond, to helping us tie our shoes, making sure we ate, carrying our daypacks when we were ascending, to literally helping pour water in our mouths when we were too tired to drink ourselves. The porters always had a smile and words of encouragement, and after a long day of hiking, they brought a smile to our faces each day, they were our hype squad, day in and out. I don't think we would have had such a memorable, pleasant or successful experience if it wasn't for us choosing Enosa.”
An unforgettable time!
5 - Excellent
  • Sarah Moore
  • From USA
“We had an unforgettable experience last week on this tour. We were a group of 4 women with limited to some hiking experience. Anna and Stasia from Altezza were very responsive leading up to our booking. They were very easy and transparent regarding all the booking details. During the trip, our guides Baraka and Gerald were highly professional throughout our trek. They made sure that we were as comfortable as possible. This included all the small things, such as making sure we got enough lights for dinner and bringing more if we needed, as well as the big things, such as making sure that we summited! Baraka and Gerald were highly experienced as guides, and made sure to adjust their walking speeds to the individual needs of our group. They were also very personable, friendly and extremely approachable if we ever had questions (and we had many!). In addition, the rest of the crew (there were 20 people in total), that helped us were all highly attentive and very competent- we could not have done this without them. The food from our chef Justin was delicious - weve never had soup as creamy and eggs cooked the way he makes them- it stood out as unparalleled hiking food! Our server Benson told us really funny stories about his many trips in the mountains while he prepared dinner. The rest of the crew who worked behind the scenes tirelessly made everything seamless! We couldnt have asked for more. Some tips in addition to the other ones you may find online:1. Bring Vaseline - it gets really dry in the mountains so that would really help.2. It also gets very dusty in the mountain, so if you have dust allergies, you might need some medication. Even if you are not allergic to dust, it may be good to bring a bandana or something equivalent to keep off the dust.3. Rent the portable toilet!!! It is much better than the public restrooms, and relatively clean. Much more convenient if you need to go at night.4. Bring an extra roll of toilet paper- you wont need it for the toile if you rent the portable toilet, but it is useful if your nose runs because it gets cold.5. Bring extra hand warmers if you can. In addition to using them on Summit Day, some mornings are also cold. The crew does give you heated rubber bottles for warmth as well- so this is just for extra comfort.6. Bring mouthwash! Some nights are somewhat cold, so you may choose to mouthwash rather than do the full floss/brush. Makes you feel cleaner for sure. Same goes for disposable baby wipes in addition to a camping towel (quick dry so you dont have to use a wet one the next day!)7. Bring extra snacks if you can- the crew never will ask you for food, but we think they really appreciate it when you share. Same goes for anything else you think you can spare. Sharing is caring!8. Ask questions! We learned quite a bit about the mountains and the lives of our entire crew when we did- it was very rewarding learning more about the local culture and language.”
Can't Say Enough About Enosa!
5 - Excellent
  • Brennen Thompson
  • From USA
“Can't say enough about Enosa! Everything from the food, to the porters, to the guides were nothing but the best. Special shoutout to our guides Eric and Willy for making sure we got the job done!”