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Natural wonders and iconic safaris

Tanzania is epic. The highest free standing mountain, the largest intact volcano caldera and the world's longest freshwater lake in the world, all reside in Tanzania. Against this spectacular backdrop, the wildlife viewing is exceptional and there are many options to get off the beaten path. Add into the mix stunning tropical islands and genuinely welcoming people and you have all the ingredients for a phenomenal safari experience.

When to go?

June to October is the dry season, with excellent wildlife spotting and lovely beach weather. The Wildebeest Migration is best June to July and January to February.  December to February is another optimal time to climb Kili, whilst shoulder seasons are great for birding, lush landscapes and avoiding crowds.

Best experiences


Mount Kilimanjaro

Snow-capped Kilimanjaro dominates the landscape. Multiple trekking routes cater to different skill levels, so whether for a challenge of a lifetime or to explore the lower slopes, it provides an unforgettable experience.

Restaurant in the middle of the sea in Z

Tropical islands

Tanzania’s islands and beaches are the perfect way to end a safari, whether snorkelling in the Indian Ocean or meeting locals at vibrant markets, historical sites or coastal community projects.


Ngorongoro Crater

This UNESCO World Heritage site is a natural enclosure for a diverse array of wildlife. The caldera is literally teeming with animals and is one of the best safari locations on the planet. 

Beautiful scenes from a safari in the na

Go exploring

There are 32 national parks and Reserves in Tanzania with excellent opportunities for birding, hiking and boat safaris.  These lesser-explored areas are perfect places to tailor make unique and authentic itineraries.


The Great Migration

One of the greatest spectacles on earth occurs on the vast Serengeti plains. Millions of wildebeest are followed by big cats and other predators, as well as awestruck visitors. 


Meet the people

Dive into the heart of Tanzanian culture with a range of unique experiences, whether exploring markets, visiting community projects, sampling regional delicacies or simply stopping for a chat with a friendly local!

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