With matchless quantities of game found in some of the most beautiful national parks on the African continent, Tanzania is a safari enthusiast dream come true.

The endless plains of Serengeti home to the ebb and flow of millions of wildebeest that cover thousands of miles in their constant search for water and grazing grass during their annual migration. The myriad wildlife congregating inside the wall of the Ngorongoro Crater.

Tanzania has vast and diverse habitats with each region being famous for special species that include the Mahale Mountains are chimpanzees, Ruaha is to the desert-adapted antelope, Lake Manyara home to the flamingoes and famous tree-climbing lions while the great Rufiji River in Selous hosts crocodiles and hippos.

Tanzania also boast of herds of elephant and giraffe, as well as big cats found in both the north and south of the country. Serengeti African most famous for the migrating herdes of wildebeeste and the myriad wildlife congregating in the Ngorongoro Crater.

Tanzania  is a very important Ornithological country in the world  of birding.The country has one of the largest bird species lists in Africa with over one thousand Species. Eight hundred of these are residents while nearly 200 are regular migrants. 56 species are of global conservation concern of which Twenty one are endemic to Tanzania and a further forty three species occur in only one or two other countries.

East coast of Tanzania is the Zanzibar and its neighbouring islands where you find stunning white sand beaches and excellent coral reefs. The warm Indian Ocean makes Zanzibar a perfect relaxing holiday destination and may be experienced with the scenic game reserves and national parks with a stay at some of the most luxurious lodges in Africa.

Getting there:

You can get to Tanzania by flying into Kilimanjaro International airport. Alternatively you can fly into Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport then we will transfer you by road to Arusha or you may take a regional flight.