Discover Tanzania

A country whose heartbeat never ceases

From winter to summer, dry season to rainy season, Tanzania offers a kaleidoscope of ever-changing landscapes, beautiful people, diverse wildlife and some of Africa's most wonderful images. Within days of arriving, we find most visitors simply fall in love with the country's ambience, always departing hungry for more. With millions of wildebeest, greatest national parks that seem to overflow with elephant, buffalo and big cats, the snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro, the spice islands of Zanzibar, some of the world's most luxurious and stylish accommodation ... it is easy to understand the desire to return.

Highlights

  • Serengeti, greatest concentration of wildlife on earth
  • Ngorongoro Crater, one of the world's natural wonders
  • Africa's highest peak Kilimanjaro
  • Zanzibar, island of spices and beautiful beaches
  • World's most luxurious and stylish lodges
  • Selous & Ruaha, hidden gems of Tanzania

Parks

Tarangire

It is a delightful, untamed gem of a park that is very accessible on most itineraries and its known for having the greatest concentration of Elephants per square km in the world.
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Lake Manyara

The vegetation around the lake's shores is surprisingly varied and comprises mostly forest, acacia woodland and open grassland. Lake offers to experience from beautiful flamingoes to fearless lions.
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Ngorongoro Crater

As one of the wonders of the world it is difficult to give a fair description to the enormity and beauty of this ancient caldera. Beside endangered animal species, legendary Maasai can be seen.
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Selous

Is one of the largest faunal reserves of the world, located in the south of Tanzania. Experience one of Africa's last true wildernesses, where you can observe some of the typical animals of the savanna.
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Serengeti

Largest wildlife spectacle on earth - The Great Annual Wildbeest Migration. Scintillating game-viewing. Park has earned the title of one of the “Ten Natural Travel Wonders of the World”
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Attractions

Olduvai Gorge

Filled with history, exciting findings, captivating scenery and hidden mysteries. One of the world`s most important prehistoric sites, holds the earliest evidence of the existence of human ancestors.
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Mto wa Mbu Village

Is among the most active Villages in northern Tanzania, and it is the best stop over for visiting Serengeti National Park, Ngorngoro Crater, Lake Manyara  and Tarangire National Park.
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Tribe at Lake Eyasi

Lake Eyasi is best known for being the home to the Hadza tribe, also known as the Watindiga or Wahadzabe, which lives in the bush around the northern parts of the lake.
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Ol Donio Volcano

In a remote corner of Tanzania stands an astonishing unique mountain called Ol Doinyo Lengai, is the only active volcano on Earth that erupts with a carbonatite and that is why is perfect for volcanologists.
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Usa River Village

Small, quiet town surrounded by magnificent avocado trees, maize fields, banana and coffee plantations and slopes of Mountain Meru. Popular place to stay, when you are in Northern Tanzania.
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Beaches

Zanzibar Island

Is a magnificant experience with cultural sights and natural beauty. Zanzibar’s pristine white sand beaches lined with palm trees and surrounded by coral reefs provide a perfect paradise for the conclusion of a safari.
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Tanga

Attractive coastal area gives great opportunity to experience Tanzanian culture, vibrant markets and typical local night life.
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Zanzibar North Coast

Azure waters and white sands are what await those that come here. It is also one of the only places from where you can see both the sunrise and sunset over the ocean.
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Zanzibar East Coast

It is fringed by an almost continuous coral reef which creates a vast shallow lagoon, backed in the most part by broad white-sand beaches and endless groves of coconut palms.
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Zanzibar South Coast

Is the most peaceful and relaxing corner on island, where you can enjoy crystal clear water, with coral reefs and observe in remote how friendly dolphins splash around in their natural habitat.
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Cities & Towns

Moshi

Is laid back town, colourful and vibrant and has to offer you some hidden gems. If you want to see rural life then Moshi will be good choice to observe how people live their everyday life.
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Dar Es Salaam

Tanzania’s capital, is a popular tourist destination with its beautiful beaches, many sights and delicious culinary options. Yet it's a vibrant and interesting corner of modern Africa.
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Mwanza

Mwanza is a great starting or finishing point for safaris through Ngorongoro and the Serengeti. Is the second largest city in Tanzania, located on the soutern shores of Lake Victoria.
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Karatu

Is a delightful bustling town that serves as a great stop for a bit of relaxation between game parks and an excellent place to engage in some cultural tourism.
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Arusha

It is one of Tanzania's beautiful regions with a very welcoming feel, surrounded by some of Africa's most famous landscapes and national parks.
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