Tanzania epitomises Africa!
Tanzania is a country of magnificent natural splendour, abundant wildlife, beautiful beaches, ancient historic towns, archaeological sites and geological wonders.
Astoundingly evocative names such as Ngorongoro, Serengeti, Lake Manyara, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar are synonymous with the country.
Tanzania is home to the largest wildlife herds on the African continent, and boasts 14 national parks and numerous game reserves, as well as the palm-fringed island of Zanzibar, ideal for post-safari relaxation.
Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, towers over the land. Its snow-capped peak is iconic. Climbing Kilimanjaro is relatively easy and standing on the roof of Africa is an experience never to be forgotten. This one of the ideal bush and beach destinations of Africa.
- The plains of the Serengeti, one of Africa’s premier wildlife destinations and stage for the Great Migration
- Hot air Balloon experience
- The incredible Ngorongoro Crater
- The Selous – one of Africa’s most remote parks
- Dar es Salaam and centuries of history and culture in the legendary Stone Town – a World Heritage Site
- Mount Kilimanjaro
- Track chimpanzees through the lush forests in the company of guides who know each animal by name
Holidaymakers and Safari goers can experience the awesome herds of the Great Migration thundering across the Serengeti Plains and end their safari with a seductive beach holiday on Zanzibar, the beautiful and exotic Spice Island.
Stunning beaches at Kunduchi, Mjimwena and Mbwa Maji, and exotic islands such as Pemba or the Mafia Islands complement your safari.
Traditional dhow cruises on the clear waters of Lake Tanganyika and large flocks of Flamingo on Lake Manyara are just some of the incredible experiences to be enjoyed.
Experience the unique way Maasai herdsmen graze their cattle side by side with predators and prey. Just lately there has been a breakthrough in that the Maasai have “bought” into innovative plans to help protect the rapidly diminishing Lion and other Big Cat populations in Africa.
If Africa fascinates you this in one place you cant leave out!