Tanzania Safaris

From the mighty Ngorongoro conservation area to the Serengeti dusty plains and magical Kilimanjaro mountains; Tanzania teems with wildlife and it’s by far the “land of safaris”. Whether you take a game drive to watch towering giraffes amongst baobab trees in Serengeti, huge herds of elephants in Tarangire or gaze at scary prides of lions in Ngorongoro crater; Tanzania has it all. Tanzania is the true soul of Africa and for good reason, it has all it takes to offer ultimate African safari experiences. Safaris in Tanzania are spellbinding moments filled with nothing more than adventure and excitement that leave awe-inspiring memories even after the trip. Take a 4X4 luxury safari within the dusty tracks of Serengeti and experience unique wildlife like you’ve never seen before.

When the name Tanzania comes across your ears, it’s the great annual migration that you remember; it is because this is a highlight activity where over 1 million wildebeests and over 200,000 zebras embark on an epic journey to seek refuge in Masai Mara national park. On the other hand, Ngorongoro crater is another 2.5 million old conservation area comprised of sublime views overlooking an extensive natural plain filled with Big 5 mammals. Or just take a safari to track the rare tree climbing lions and bird watching experiences in Lake Manyara national park. For honeymooners and family safari undertakers, a 3-day tour to the gigantic Selous national park in southern Tanzania is worthwhile; marked with almost largest animal population in Tanzania. The 54,000 sq.km park boats not only 750,000 animal species, but also stunning terrain and prides in being the world’s biggest national park. Selous national park can be explored both on foot and by 4X4 safari land cruiser.

Other world heritage sites include Oldupai gorge, Kilimanjaro mountains and Lake Manyara national park. Tarangire, Ruaha, Katavi, Arusha, Mahale mountains, Gombe stream and Mikumi national parks are some of the parks that offer exclusive wildlife safaris in Tanzania, as well as bird watching experiences, enthusiastic nature walks, forest trekking, canoeing, boat cruises and amazing site seeing opportunities. Though Serengeti and Ngorongoro are high on the bucket list for every traveler to Tanzania, but there is so much more to explore beyond these two destinations.