THE MAGIC OF TANZANIA
Zanzibar is a melting pot of cultures and tradition. A traditional trading point on the east African spice route, the island is famous for its vast spice farms and beautiful azure beaches
Selous G. Reserve
The largest reserve in Africa, the Selous is a tangled wilderness of volcanic springs and vast gorges; of open savannah and wooded escarpments; of bleached-sand riverbeds and the mighty Rufiji River
Wildlife wonderlands don’t get much better than the Ngorongoro Crater, possibly one of the most iconic animal-viewing areas in the world. If ever there was an area that ticked all the safari boxes, it would be the Ngorongoro Crater
Spanning an area of 30,000 square kilometres in northern Tanzania, the Serengeti is quintessential Africa. Expect acacia plains that roll to the horizon, china-blue skies, seas of waving grass, and exceptional densities of wildlife
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GET INTO THE WILD
GET INTO THE WILD: Fly camp on the shores of the Rufiji River, visit the Gol Mountains (one of the Serengeti’s most remote and stunning areas), see Tony Fitzjohn’s famous Mkomazi Reserve, walk with the Masai along the edge of the Ngorongoro Crater, take a ‘secret season’ safari away from the tourist, see the wildebeests giving birth during the great migration or meet the chimpanzees.
ALL IN TANZANIA
Would you like to know other wonders in Tanzania that very few tourist have been there? Contact us and we are ready to share our experience and love for the country with you.
Looming proudly from the grassy plains of Northern Tanzania is Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak and the world’s tallest freestanding mountain at 5,895 m. With 5 distinct ecological zones on the slopes ranging from luscious rainforest to barren high-altitude desert, the mountain is one of the most beautiful and dramatic.