- Trek to see Jane Goodall's chimpanzees in Gombe
- Witness the magnificent wildlife of the Serengeti
- Climb Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro
- Wander the historic streets of Stone Town
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Tanzania is a land of rolling plains, dramatic mountain ranges, great lakes and pristine white sandy beaches. Home to the ‘Big Five’ as well as many other mammal and bird species, Tanzania is often referred to as the ultimate safari destination. Experience traditional tribal cultures, dramatic scenery, fantastic wildlife viewing and unspoiled coral reefs, Tanzania is a destination that doesn't disappoint. Extend your safari trip or simply enjoy a relaxing break on the spice island of Zanzibar, the semi-autonomous archipelago off the coast of Tanzania. Visit historic Stone Town, a World Heritage Site, before sinking your toes into the white sand, palm fringed, beaches.
- Located just south of the Equator, Tanzania is known for its vast wilderness areas. Almost 40% of Tanzania’s land is in protected conservation zones supporting diverse ecosystems and habitats. Spend time with the friendly Tanzanian people and learn about their unique cultures and traditions.
- Swahili and English are the official languages of Tanzania. Other languages spoken in the country are mainly of Bantu and Nilotic origin.
- Tanzania is a year-round destination with dry seasons from January to February and March to May. The rainy seasons are from June to October and November to December.
With 16 national parks, plus game and forest reserves, safari enthusiasts will find themselves immersed in a world of wonder and amazement as they marvel at the various wildlife species Tanzania has to offer. Throughout Tanzania, experience fantastic wildlife viewing and breath-taking scenery. For those looking for a perfect place to relax, enjoy the historic sites of Stone Town and soak up the sun on the white powder beaches of Zanzibar.
Our team are always on the lookout for the best experiences Tanzania has to offer, here are a few our favourites:
- Serengeti National Park
- Ngorongoro Conservation Area
- Zanzibar Archipelago
- Kilimanjaro National Park
- Ruaha National Park
- Selous Game Reserve
Meaning 'Endless Plains', Serengeti hosts one of the largest animal migrations in the world. Approximately 70 large mammal and 500 bird species can be found.
The Ngorongoro Crater is the largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera in the world. View predator and prey in the most dramatic scenery.
Off the coast of Tanzania, the Zanzibar Archipelago consists of Zanzibar (locally, Unguja), Pemba and smaller islands. White sand beaches and turquoise waters await.
With an elevation of 5,895 m / 19,341 ft, Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest single free-standing mountain in the world.
Ruaha is the largest protected area in East Africa home to more than 570 species of birds and the highest concentration of elephants in East Africa.
Selous Game Reserve is a vast wilderness area home to large herds of elephants, many bird species and some of Tanzania's last remaining black rhinos.