Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Safari the truly remote and wild places of northern Tanzania on this comprehensively private Tanzania safari. The itinerary combines luxury tented lodges with permanent wilderness luxury lodges. All our safaris use well-maintained and extended Toyota Land Cruisers, with roof hatches for unobstructed and up-close game viewing and private Tanzanian safari guide. Once you’ve got a rough idea, you can easily… Continue reading
Safari Selous Game Reserve starting from Dar es salaam city the lunch and dinner will be at Rufiji River Camp overnight stay. The next day you will be accompany an armed ranger on a walking safari in the reserve full day game.
The vast majority of Tanzania’s elephant herds live in one remote stretch of safari wilderness – the Selous… Continue reading
Serengeti is famed for its annual migration, when some six million hooves pound the open plains, as more than 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle join the wildebeest’s trek for fresh grazing. Yet even when the migration is quiet, the Serengeti offers arguably the most scintillating game-viewing in Africa: great herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, and thousands upon thousands… Continue reading
Meet local people, learn their culture, language, local women projects, take photos and video, and dance the local dance and other local practices. It is well worth visiting these destinations alongside your safari, to get a real feel for both the cultural and natural heritage of this fascinating part of Tanzania. But we know it always helps to get a ballpark understanding of… Continue reading
Come and visit this beautiful island full of history & culture. Its beautiful sandy beaches, coral reefs and hotels is just what you may need after a mainland safari. The popular Stone Town is full of history that will leave you fascinated. It is believed to be the only functioning ancient town in East Africa. Located in the Indian Ocean, it… Continue reading
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge consists of 66 guest rooms each with a private balcony and magnificent view the Serengeti plains . It is situated about 335 kms from Arusha. The rooms are built out of stone & beautifully thatched in a two-storey design.
The lodge boasts of experiencing the annual wildebees migration. Game drive safaris are experienced here in Serengeti.… Continue reading
This is the smallest of the parks in Tanzania’s national parks.The park is famous for chimpanzees thanks to Jane Goodall’s research program.
Other animal features here include colobus monkeys, olive baboons. There are over 200 different bird species ranging from the iconic fish eagle to the jewel-like Peter’s twinspots that hop tamely around the visitors’ centre. ke like a sprawling city.
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For tourists interested in ecology & conservation this would be a good park to visit. Not many tourists visit this park.
Wildlife population here includes; elephant, hippo, lion, eland, harvester, buffalo, giraffe. Tree climbing lions exist here. The endangered wild dogs
Vehicle photographic safaris are a popular activity here
About Mikumi National Park Size: 3,230 sq km (1,250 sq miles), the fourth-largest… Continue reading
Situated at the African Rift Valley, north of Ngorongoro Crater and highland, it is characterised by escarpments & surrounded by volcanic mountains. With Ol Donyo Lengai to its south, hiking offers an enticing activity to this active montain. The local Maasai could take you for some walking activities. Fly camping is also ideal as there are no permanent lodges & camps.
Uru… Continue reading
This unique park is the only park in Tanzania where wildlife viewing and beach experience is witnessed first hand! The Wami river is within this park and actvities like boat rides would be ideal where you get a chance to see hippos & crocodiles. A variety of bird species is also experienced here. Walking safaris & game drives are some of… Continue reading