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Ngorongoro safari

5 days
A world of rich heritage is what describes this Tanzania safari to Manyala and Ngorongo. In Earnest Hemiways words, “the loveliest I had seen in Africa”

Tarangire safari

7 days
Days of cloudless skies.. ‘Tarangire’ means meandering. Tarangire river makes this park a great refuge for wildlife, especially during the dry seasons.

Kenya and Tanzania

11 days
This Kenya and Tanzania safari, the diverse faces of East Africa. You will visit the world famous parks, meet face to face with diverse rich cultures and wildlife.

Tanzania explorer

10 days
”Events follow one another like the days of the week”, is a Tanzanian proverb, that is how your safari of 10 days in Tanzania will be: each day an event, an

Machame Route

”Whisky route”, is the second most popular route, of the Mount Kilimanjaro. It is 62 km long, and it is considered the most beautiful route up, from all angles.

Marangu Route

The oldest route up the ”Kiima ja jeu”, also nickanemed as the “Coca-Cola” route. Mostly favored because of the sleeping huts and its gradual slope.

Tanzania Safari brief

Tanzania, the largest country in East Africa, includes the spice islands of Zanzibar, Pemba, and Mafia and contains Africa’s highest point—Kilimanjaro, at 5,895 meters
(19,340 feet). Kilimanjaro, a dormant volcano, is snowcapped even though it is near the Equator. Tanzania shares the northern border with Kenya and Uganda. The most known
about Tanzania safari is the world famous wildebeest migration that crosses the border to Kenya in their search for fertile grasslands. Choose a Tanzania safari package
below and send us your request. If none fits your desires or you would like to change an existing itinerary, you are welcome to do so.
Although Tanzania is a country rich in culture and traditions, it’s history is also one of treasured heritage and pride. From the early days of mankind’s history, man has
called the land of Tanzania home – its verdant mountains, its scrubland plains. It is a country of many outstanding adventure and safari destinations in Africa. The plains
of Serengeti, the snow of Mt. Kilimanjaro are only a fraction of what Tanzania safari has to offer. For anyone who has ever dreamt of Africa, those names are poetic
invocations, calling up in the mind’s eye all of the fabled attractions of the continent itself.

About Tanzania and Tanzania safaris

In the northeast of Tanzania is a mountainous region that includes Mt. Meru (14,979 ft/4,566 m) and Mount Kilimanjaro (19,340 ft./5,895 m), the latter of which is the
highest point in Africa and possibly the most breathtaking mountain imaginable. To the west of these peaks is Serengeti National Park, which has the greatest concentration
of migratory game animals in the world (200,000 zebra, for example). Within the Serengeti is Olduvai Gorge, the site of the famous discoveries by the Leakeys of fossil
fragments of the very earliest ancestors of Homo sapiens. The Serengeti also contains the marvelous Eden of Ngorongoro, a 20-mile-wide volcanic crater that is home to an
extraordinary concentration and diversity of wildlife.

Tanzania wildlife

Tanzania parks are rich with wildlife. They are one of the prime attractions in addition to the magnificent sceneries. It is a country that is quite like Kenya in that
winter and summer seasons have no meaning, another African safari destination. Only wet or dry. Some of the national parks have earned a world-class fame as safari
destinations and what is more, the Tanzania safari parks are never crowded.

Tanzania Wildebeests migration

“One of the World’s biggest spectacles”. Many have so described it. Many have come back time and again. They have witnessed this mass movement of wild animals roaming free through unspoiled and savage wilderness both in Kenya and Tanzania. On a Kenya or Tanzania tour, the air fills with the click- click of the cameras tirelessly. Africa is changing at a quick pace and human encroachment into the wildlife reserves has continued to erase the traditional routes. In association with development and changes of the way of life, the image of wildlife roaming free is slowly getting erased. Fortunately, Masai Mara National reserve and Serengeti in Tanzania holds on to their charisma of an open, limitless land. It is one of the places in Africa that still prides in wildlife concentration.

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