Incomparable Luxurious Safaris to Africa's Top Wildlife Viewing Parks.
Magic mountains, great lakes and dream Safaris
Tanzania Has it all.
For those unfamiliar with our country, Tanzania is located on the coast of East Africa. It boarders Kenya in the north and Mozambique in the south and acts as a gateway to various landlocked countries to the west such as Zambia, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Tanzania's abundance of wildlife and World Heritage Sites speaks for itself. The Ngorongoro crater is a breathtaking natural wonder, the Serengeti boasts annual great migration of millions of wildebeest, Lake Tanganyika is among the most beautiful lakes in the world, while Lake Manyara was a favourite of the American writer Ernest Hemingways.
Our rock art cave at Olduvai Gorge are steeped in history, the unspoilt Selous, Ruaha and Katavi game reserves are home to a variety of predators while Mount Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa is a magnet for ambitious climbers. Whether you're an adventure junkie, an animal lover or a history fanatic, there is something of interest to every visitor to Tanzania.
While many people associate Tanzania with a Safari trip, the unknown beaches of Dar es Salaam make for a relaxing gateway. There are various luxury hotels and lodges dotted along the shoreline, many of which are just a short drive from the city centre of Dar es Salaam. The coastal city and its adjoining beaches are often overlooked as a tourist destination, but the secluded and peaceful stretches of sand, coupled with the city's many historical sites, are a great way to spend your vacation.
It is impossible to discuss Tanzania's beaches without mentioning the Zanzibar archipelago. With its reputation as an untouched paradise, Zanzibar is recognized as one of the Africa's top beach destinations. Unlike most popular holiday destinations, the Spice Islands have managed to keep their unique culture, unspoilt seafront and fine Swahili architecture. As well as white beaches and clear turquoise-blue waters, the islands have plenty to offer tourists, including five-star accommodations, fresh gastro food at top restaurants, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Stone Town and the friendliest of local people Travelers simply cannot visit Tanzania without discovering the magic Zanzibar.
Away from the beaches and islands, any of Tanzania's 15 national parks makes an ideal destination with a chance to see the Big Five. There is nothing as exhilarating as seeing one of Africa's greatest predators up close and in its natural habitat. Watch these splendid animals as they hunt their prey through the tall grasses, protect their offspring or just laze in the sun.
Renowned for offering some of the finest game viewing holidays and tours in Africa, Tanzania has a vast array of wildlife that is now flourishing thanks to strict conservation measures.