Discover Tanzania

Tanzania boasts amazing safari destinations as well as island and beach getaways, making it ideal for a bush and beach safari.
  • Tanzania is the home of legendary places such as Serengeti, and Kilimanjaro. Thees attractions are just a few of many that the country boasts.

  • Natural highlights abound, including Ngorongoro Crater - the largest intact caldera in the world, Olduvai Gorge, said to be the birthplace of man, and the 20-million-year-old Great Rift Valley.

  • Aside from the iconic safari destinations Tanzania boasts some of the most dramatic wilderness areas in the southern parts of the country - areas that are considered Africa's new frontier. Reserves such as Selous and Ruaha are staking their claim in the upper echelons of African safari

  • More than 25% of Tanzania is dedicated to conservation areas, protecting over 20% of Africa's large mammals and 35 species of antelope, including 1,5 million Wildebeest

  • It is possible to view the 'Big Five' in Tanzania - Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Lion, Leopard and other sought after species such as Cheetah, Wild Dog, Hippo, Zebra, Giraffe and the famous "Jane Goodall" chimpanzees on the shores of Lake Tanganyika in Mahale Mountains National Park

  • Tanzania boasts over 1000 bird species, with Lake Manyara National Park alone being home to more than 400. It is a year round birding destination, but at the height of the winter months, some 160 species of migrants add to the diversity

  • It is easy to combine the adventures of big game viewing with relaxing beach holidays in one of Africa's best safari and beach holiday destinations

  • Accompanied walking trails and boat excursions are available in certain areas

  • Tanzanite, a rare and highly desirable gemstone, is mined only in Tanzania

Tanzania Travel Guide to Arusha

The majority of Tanzania safari operators plying the northern safari circuit are based in Arusha. Probably the most intriguing part of the Arusha...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Dar Es Salaam

Exotic, modern, vibrant and a true African city, Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania is fast becoming a go-to destination on the African map....more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Katavi National Park

There are no humans for hundreds of miles and Chada is the sole safari camp. The only people you will see are the lodge staff and other guests. Katavi is really off the beaten track...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Kilimanjaro

Africa's highest point, and the highest free-standing mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro is part of African folklore drawing hundreds of thousands of...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Lake Manyara

Lake Manyara in Tanzania is a birding paradise. More than 400 bird species occur at this National Park in Tanzania. Famous for its flocks of Flamingos...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria plays a vital role in the lives of millions of people who live on the shoreline of Africa's largest lake. Bordered by Uganda, Kenya and...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Mahale Mountains

Mahale is one of the most remote and beautiful of all Tanzania's National Parks and its dangling vines and cheeky inhabitants will make you think you have just stepped into a Tarzan movie...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Ngorongoro Crater

The Ngorongoro Crater is truly one of the greatest sanctuaries on earth and should be experienced by everyone with an interest in natural history...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Ruaha National Park

Described by naturalists as Tanzania's park of the future the world is awaking to the lure of Ruaha. An area of great diversity due to its location...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Selous Game Reserve

The Selous Game Reserve in southern Tanzania was proclaimed a Unesco World Heritage site in 1982 because of the diversity of its ecology...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is the largest National Park in Tanzania, and one of Africa's premier game parks.The Serengeti plains are the setting for the most awesome wildlife...more

Tanzania Travel Guide to Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is quickly becoming as Iconic as its close neighbours Serengeti and Ngorongoro and provides a perfect African Safari....more

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