GREAT DESTINATIONS TO VISIT IN Tanzania

A premier African safari destination, where international travelers are drawn to the most intense game viewing imaginable. Discover the unspoiled landscapes and prolific wildlife with a safari holiday in Tanzania. Those looking for more of a challenge or a rewarding challenge, Mount Kilimanjaro, standing at 5895m is the tallest mountain in Africa and can be ascended in 5 to 6 days.

  • Tanzania has the largest concentration of wildlife animals per square kilometer, with more than 4 million wild animals and representatives of 430 species and subspecies.
  • Tanzania is just a little bit more than twice the size of California.
  • And talking about wild, 30% of country’s area is occupied with National Parks, with 12 parks, 13 nature reserves, and 38 protected areas.
  • Tanzania also houses the world’s largest volcanic crater, Ngorongoro, with a diameter of 19kms and is 600m deep.

HOME OF AFRICA’S GREAT LAKES

Tanzania plays host to Lake Victoria – the world’s largest tropical lake, Lake Tanganyika – the second deepest in the world plus Lake Malawi – renowned for its highest concentration of cichlid fish species in the world

THE ANNUAL WILDEBEEST MIGRATION

Feel the ground tremble as hundreds of thousand hooves move across one of Africa’s largest open savannahs in search of food and water. Get front row seats to incredible predator and prey interactions, with increased chances of witnessing a kill during your safari. The migration moves annually in a clock wise rotation through the Serengeti National Park.

 WHAT TO LOVE ABOUT TANZANIA

  • GLORIOUS SWAHILI COASTLINE: Wash the dust off your feet from days in the African bush with a beach break on the postcard perfect beaches on the mainland or offshore in Zanzibar. Palm-fringed powder white sands and warm, turquoise waters teeming with eclectic marine life
  • TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK: Ever heard of tree climbing lions? Visit Tarangire and observe these big cats as they hunt prey or simply lounge on trees! All the Big 5 and other rare species including gerenuk and fringe-eared oryx occur here.
  • SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK: Voted Africa’s top safari destination – home to the Wildebeest Migration. Extraordinary photographic opportunities and clear visuals of lion kills on the vast open plains. Explore this region on board a hot air balloon.
  • SELOUS GAME RESERVE: Are you a trophy hunter or avid photographer? Pack your hunting gear or your best lenses and head to Selous Game Reserve today! High concentrations of game, over 2,100 plant species plus prolific birds – a genuine nature lover’s playground.
  • RUAHA NATIONAL PARK: Combine dramatic game viewing with historical and cultural experiences. Diverse animal species in astounding numbers. Get insight on the Southern Tanzanian tribes and observe over 570 bird species.

THE BEST OF THE BEST

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OUR SELECTION: THE BEST DESTINATIONS TO VISIT IN Tanzania

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park Visit Tarangire National Park to see some jaw-dropping sightings of lions lounging in trees. Then witness these lions stalking and hunting down their prey in a heart-pounding experience while on safari. WILDLIFE HAVEN OF NOTE One of the smaller game reserves in Tanzania, Tarangier is still a wildlife haven that supports prolific birdlife in pristine habitats. Come …


Serengeti National Park

Visit the Serengeti National Park, without doubt one of the world’s most illustrious wilderness areas. It remains an ongoing source of inspiration to writers, filmmakers and photographers: MASSES OF MAMMALS: Serengeti National Park boasts the highest concentration of large mammals on the planet. BIG CATS: It is renowned for its 2500 lions, the largest concentration of these huge cats found …


Selous Game Reserve

The best place to see African Wild Dog is in the vast Selous Game Reserve. Named after English conservationist, hunter and explorer Frederick Courtney Selous,this renowned African game reserve is home to about one third of all African Wild Dogs globally. Safe from farmers who shoot them for stealing livestock they have infinite space to hunt. ELEPHANTS ON THE MOVE …


Ruaha National Park

Experience a safari you will never forget within this famous and accessible conservation region. Explore pristine bush stretching a staggering 20 226 square kilometers. The Great Ruaha River is the life-blood of spectacular Ruaha National Park, carving its way through the center of the reserve. WONDROUS WILDLIFE Discover the most intense congregation of animals in East Africa on the banks …


Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area

Visit the incredible Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Tanzania. The focal point of this stunning 8 292 km2space is the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater. It is hard to believe that the actual rim of the crater is an astounding 2 286m above sea level – a veritable mountain. THE CRATER ITSELF: A magnificent landmark because …


Mahale Mountains National Park

Come and discover unusual apes such as the Yellow baboon, Red colobus monkey, Blue monkeys, Red-tailed and Vervet monkeys. Mahale Mountains National Park is home to Tanzania’s largest population of primates. CHIMPANZEES AND THE M GROUP The main attraction in Mahale Mountain Park has to be the chimpanzees. Find a healthy population of around 1 000 chimpanzees in this crucial …


Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park is best used as a soft introduction to a thrilling safari in Tanzania. Experience exceptional wildlife sightings and breath-taking landscapes. Explore the shores of the lake where more than 400 bird species, including thousands of pink flamingos, huddle on their perpetual migration. WHERE AND WHAT Find Lake Manyara National Park in northern Tanzania, 126km west of …


Katavi National Park

For a thrilling Tanzania safari in the middle of nowhere, find the 4,471 square kilometer Katavi National Park. Enjoy the wildness of Katavi, difficult to pass through, thus barely affected by people. Few travelers find their way here, to the far west of Tanzania, east of Lake Tanganyika, to such a remote and desolate part of the country. For an exclusive …


Dar es Salaam

Discover the largest city in Tanzania, nestled along a natural harbour on the Indian Ocean. Wander the financial and political hub of the country. Start your island hopping holiday in Dar es Salaam, a convenient port of call. Make this your launch pad for incredible game viewing on a Tanzania safari inland at one of the famous National Parks.


Arusha

Go on an exciting safari in northern Tanzania from Arusha. Make the most of this pretty settlement, one of the fastest growing towns in Tanzania. While enjoying this bustling town standing on the lower slopes of Mount Meru, photograph unforgettable views of this 5th highest mountain in Africa.