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Tanzania has some of the best cultural tour experience, wildlife viewing and safari experiences in all of Africa. The wildlife is thriving, the landscapes are stunning, and the Indian Ocean coastline and islands are simply breathtaking. This land has been our passion for many decades and we would love to tell you more.

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The Serengeti National Park is situated in the Mara Region and it is Tanzania’s oldest national park. It is famous for its annual migration of over 1.5 million white bearded or brindled wildebeests and over 250,000 zebras and for its numerous crocodiles. It is also known for its wealth in other resident wildlife particularly ‘the Big Five’. Serengeti is believed to hold the largest population of Lions in Africa due to the abundance of prey species. Leopards are commonly seen in the Seronera region but are present throughout the park. The African elephant are recovering from population lows due to poaching in the 1980’s and are largely found in the northern regions of the park. Black Rhinoceros are mainly found around the kopjes in the center of the park. African Buffaloes are still in abundance. The park also boasts of other species including cheetah, gazelles, topi, hyena, impala, eland, African wild dog, waterbuck, baboons, and giraffes. It is also home for about 500 bird species including ostrich, kori bustard, crowned crane, secretary bird, lovebirds, marabou stork, martifal eagle and many other vulture species.

The crater has one of the densest known populations of lions. On the crater rim are leopards, elephants, mountain reedbuck and buffaloes. The rhinoceros are also found at the crater. From a distance in the large lake in the middle of the crater hundreds of flamingoes form a pink like border to the lake. Animals in the crater include most of the species found in East Africa but there are no topis, giraffes, impalas, oribis or crocodiles. The other major source of water in the crater is Ngoitokitok Spring near the eastern crater wall. There is a picnic site here open to tourists and huge swamp fed by the spring and the area is inhibited by hippopotamus, elephants, lions and many others. Many other small springs can be found around the crater’s floor and they are important water supplies for the animals and local Maasai people.

The Lake and its environs are well known for wild attractions such as the baboons, wildebeests, Buffaloes, elephants, giraffes and warthogs. From around the park gates giant fig trees and mahogany can be seen in the ground water forest where they draw nourishment from underground springs replenished continuously from the crater highlands directly above the Manyara basin. Leading away from the forest to the fringes of the Lake Manyara are the flood plains. To the south are visible Acacia woodlands. Leopards although in abundance, are hard to get a glimpse of just like the other elusive carnivores – the lions of this park. The park is also rich in birds like flamingoes, long-crested eagle and grey-headed kingfisher.

Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania after Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi and Mkomazi. The national park is located in Manyara Region. Its name originates from the Tarangire River that crosses through the park and is the only source of water for wild animals during the dry season. Thousands of wild animals migrate to the Tarangire National Park from the Manyara National Park.

My Tanzania safari was an unforgettable adventure! The guides were knowledgeable and passionate about wildlife, making every moment exciting. We saw lions, elephants, and even a rare black rhino. The accommodations were comfortable, and the food was delicious. I highly recommend this safari for anyone seeking an authentic African experience.

Emily Thompson From Paris - France

The Tanzania safari exceeded my expectations. From the moment we arrived, the staff was welcoming and attentive. The game drives were thrilling, with close encounters with giraffes, zebras, and cheetahs. The landscape was breathtaking, and the sunsets were magical. This trip was a perfect blend of adventure and relaxation.

James Carter From Philadelphia - USA

Our Tanzania safari was a dream come true. The organization was top-notch, with seamless logistics and friendly staff. The highlight was witnessing the Great Migration—thousands of wildebeest and zebras crossing the Mara River. The guides were experts in tracking animals, ensuring we never missed a moment. A truly extraordinary experience.

Sophia Rodriguez From Italy

Experiencing a Tanzania safari was beyond words. The diversity of wildlife we encountered was astonishing—leopards lounging in trees, elephants roaming in herds, and vibrant birdlife. The luxury tented camps provided a perfect blend of comfort and immersion in nature. Every detail was taken care of, making our trip stress-free and memorable.

Michael Johnson From Italy