If Africa’s tourism opportunities were to be summarized by one single country that country would be Tanzania.

Tanzania is a country of incredibly breath-taking wildlife diversity with the Big 5 encounters almost guaranteed throughout the national parks, alluring beaches, fascinating ancient towns, archaeological sites and geological wonders.

It is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. The whole year around Great Wildebeest Migration, with the great stampede taking place mostly across the Serengeti plains provides another unforgettable experience.

Through your trip with us, you will be significantly contributing to the conservation and preservation of the unique biodiversity for the present and future generation as whilst enabling us to continue with our commitment of supporting our communities’ social-economic sustainability initiatives.

Planning the next vacation should not be daunting ever again! Let’s assist you in choosing through the unmatched range of exclusive safari and other amazing adventure options Tanzania has to offer!

Mkomazi National Park

Mkomazi (which means “place of no water”) is set below the verdant slopes of the spectacular Usambara and Pare, Eastern Arc Mountain ranges and overseen by the iconic snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro.

Mkomazi is a virgin breath-taking beauty exhibiting unique natural treasures and immense sense of space –a vital refuge for two highly endangered species, the charismatic black rhino and the sociable African wild dog.

Rhino, Mkomazi National Park
Hiking, Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park is 552 km2 and the closest national park to Arusha town. It is a gem of varied ecosystems and spectacular views of Mount Meru, the crater that gives the region its name.

The small national park includes the slopes, summit, and ash cone of Mount Meru, the Momela Lakes, Ngurdoto Crater, and the lush highland forests that blanket its lower slopes. The lakes support a rich selection of resident and migrant waterfowl and also shaggy waterbucks. Giraffes glide across the grassy hills, between grazing zebra herds, whilst pairs of wide-eyed dik-dik dart into scrubby bush. Game viewing around the Momela Lakes is at a laid-back and quiet pace.

Lake Chala

Lake Chala is a 250,000-year-old unique caldera lake, and is thought to be the deepest inland body of water in Africa. From lush lake shore forest to stunning volcanic savannah; from river beds marvellously carved through ancient rock, to thick bush or open ‘mbuga’.

Walking at Lake Chala is a magical experience that will put you back in touch with nature. According to the time of year there are hundreds of species of butterflies and birds, including spectacular birds of prey. Wild mammals do vary including blue monkeys, colobus monkeys, baboons, dik-dik, kudu and elephant.

Lake Chala
Flamingoes, Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park covering area of 325 km2 including about 230 km2 lake surface is situated between Lake Manyara and the Great Rift Valley. Lake Manyara National Park offers varied ecosystems, incredible bird life, and stunning views.

The alkaline soda of Lake Manyara is home to an incredible array of bird life that thrives on its brackish waters. Pink flamingo stoop and graze by the thousands colourful specks against the grey minerals of the lake shore. Yellow-billed storks swoop and corkscrew on thermal winds rising up from the escarpment, and herons flap their wings against the sun-drenched sky. It is also known for famous tree-climbing lions.

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is undoubtedly the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world, unequalled for its natural beauty and scientific value, it has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa.

Spanning approximately 30,000 km2, it is home to the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth - the great migration of wildebeest and zebra. The resident population of lion, cheetah, elephant, giraffe, and birds is also impressive.

Come explore the different forms of vegetation and landscapes of the Serengeti ecosystem and meet some of their most fascinating inhabitants.

Wildebeest migration, Serengeti National Park
Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The jewel in Ngorongoro's crown is a deep, volcanic crater, the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world. It is also the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera forming a spectacular bowl of about 265 km2, with sides up to 600 m deep; it is home to approximately 30,000 animals at any one time.

About 20 km across the Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtaking natural wonder. The crater is one of Africa’s most famous sites and is said to have the highest density of wildlife in Africa.

Archaeology and history lovers will be interested in Olduvai Gorge where the famous discoveries were made in 1959 of the early Man by Mary and Louis Leakey.

Lake Natron

A soda lake at the base of the active Ol Donyo Lengai volcano, the area around Lake Natron is often described as having a desolate and almost lunar beauty.

Nearest towns to this serene lake are Arusha in Tanzania and Magadi in Kenya.

It is the most important breeding site for lesser flamingos in the world with unforgettable views like never seen before.

Lake Natron
Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Kilimanjaro is the world’s tallest free-standing mountain and one of the most accessible high summits, Africa's highest mountain and one of the continent's magnificent sights.

With several mountains climbing routes such as Machame, Umbwe, Lemosho, Kilema for cycling, the adventurous are exposed to uninterrupted wildness of equatorial jungle with different plant species as well as primates like the black and white colobos monkeys.

Hiking and reaching the highest snow-capped Kibo peak and the breath-taking views from the summit, a throughout the year activity, gives an unimaginable experience offering magnificent views of the surrounding towns from afar.

Mt Oldonyo Lengai

The summit of this strato-volcano arguably 2,962 m above sea level, about a six-hour climb, affords direct views into the caldera of Tanzania’s only officially-certified active volcano, and the world’s only carbonatite volcano. The breath-taking panoramic scenes of the Great Rift Valley, volcanic formations in the Ngorongoro highlands and the entire landscape are worth the challenge to the steep climb towards the summit.

Accompanied by armed rangers, wild animals like olive baboon, velvet, monitor lizard, hyenas, lion, leopard, jackal, Grant’s gazelle, impala and zebra can be viewed on the walking safari.

Mount Oldoinyo Lengai
Hiking on Mount Meru

Mount Meru

At 4,566 m, Mount Meru is the fifth highest mountain on the African continent and the second highest in Tanzania. Located 70 km west of Mount Kilimanjaro, it dominated the Arusha National Park with its huge cliffs.

It has become a popular “warm up’ hike for the Kilimanjaro climbers to acclimatise to the altitude

Accompanied by armed rangers, you will also encounter amazing wildlife like monkeys, warthogs with a variety of birds and if lucky large mammals such as elephants and buffaloes and giraffes.