Showcasing the world renowned Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti National Park along with Tarangire National Park, which is smaller yet has a dense population of elephants and the lake Manyara National Park in the famous and breathtaking East African Rift Valley escarpment. It also boasts of an important paleoanthropological site Olduvai Gorge, Lake Natron and Lake Eyasi both shallow soda lakes in the Rift valley region of Tanzania.
Western Tanzania is home to Katavi National Park, Mahale Mountains, Gombe Stream and Lake Tanganyika, stunningly beautiful but relatively unexplored. Western Tanzania is unchartered territory but boasts some of the largest herds of animals in Africa, though off the beaten track, any safari trip to Western Tanzania is sure to reward tourists of its beauty, wildlife and untouched nature which is unrivalled. This region is unique for tracking chimpanzees in the Mahale mountains and Gombe Stream National Parks.
Showcasing Selous the world's second largest wildlife reserve along with the smaller yet wildlife and bird species abundant National parks of Ruaha and Mikumi. Dar Es Salaam the largest city in Tanzania and located on the shores of the indian ocean is the gate away to Parks and also to the erstwhile capital of German East Africa Bagamoyo recently being considered as a World Heritage site.
Thousands of trekkers flock to Kilimanjaro every year with the sole aspiration to stand on the Roof of Africa. A number of factors have led to Kilimanjaro’s popularity; not least that it is the highest mountain on the African continent and one of the Seven Summits that requires no technical climbing skills.
The summit of Mount Kilimanjaro is 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) above sea level. There are 6 official routes on Kilimanjaro, we have only showcased 3 most popular ones on our website. We however do arrange treks on the other 3 routes as well.
Wind down from your East African Safari with a visit to Zanzibar . Discover the allure of this exotic spice island off Africa`s east coast. Enjoy Swahili culture in Stone Town and then relax at idyllic beaches lounging next to crystal clear waters in the Indian Ocean, a perfect extension to your Safari adventure in Tanzanian and/or wildlife parks.
Our seat in vehicle safaris provide an opportunity to experience Tanzania’s most popular wildlife parks whilst sharing the experience with like minded travelers and without incurring the expense of an exclusive private safari. These are fixed 5 Nights and 6 Days itineraries with 3 types of accommodation to choose from to suit your budget. We operate departures once every week usually on Wednesdays.