Find an eco-camp in the heart of the Tanzanian wilderness. Get close to rich biodiversity at Chada Katavi Camp in the remote Katavi National Park, western Tanzania. Appreciate a shady canopy of large acacia and tamarind trees creating an intimate and exclusive holiday safari venue. Zone out and enjoy some time out from the hubbub of civilization. Exceptional standards of guiding, food and service.
Every consideration has been made to ensure that guests, however short their stay, enjoy a relaxing time at the Oyster Bay Hotel in the Oyster Bay district of Dar es Salaam. Delightful accommodation for 16 guests includes gracious interiors, all meals and plenty to do. Overlooking the beach, this hotel offers a few nights of relaxation before heading back to the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Discover a sanctuary so unique that it preserves both the natural environment, the culture of the local people and the spiritual needs of its guests. The Selous Retreat hides within the enormity of the Selous Game Reserve, the largest protected wildlife sanctuary in Africa.
Rohan Vos was always a man of vision, an entrepreneur and when he launched Rovos Rail, little did he know what a huge success it would be. Imagine travelling through the South African and African countryside in a luxury coach brimming with authentic Victorian history, world class service and opulence at your fingertips?
Budget accommodation in Arusha, the Babylon Lodge is the perfect starting off or ending point for hiking Africa’s tallest mountain, Kilimanjaro. The climate at the lodge is cool and ideal for acclimatization pre-departure for those who are planning to make the climb.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Visit the incredible Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Tanzania. The focal point of this stunning 8292 km2 space is the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater. It is hard to believe that the actual rim of the crater is an astounding 2286m above sea level – a veritable mountain.
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.
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.
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.
Sayari Camp is a plush permanent camp that provides remote and exclusive tented accommodation in the northern Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Set just across the border from Kenya’s Masai Mara, and a stone’s throw from the famed Mara River, the fabulous camp is ideally situated to provide a platform from where the migratory herds can be observed.
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge draws its inspiration from the rondavel dwellings and winding paths of a traditional Maasai village, featuring thickly-thatched, stone-built rooms that are set apart amongst groves of indigenous trees.