Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Tanzania
If you’re looking for an adventure, consider a holiday in Tanzania, a country that promises to treat your senses with its epic wildlife and stunning landscapes. From the epic wildlife to the stunning landscapes, Tanzania is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers. The country is known for its variety of safari options, from daily game drives to bush walks and mobile safari camps that take you to the core of the safari action.
The Great Migration is undoubtedly the main attraction in Tanzania, offering an unbeatable spectacle of herds of zebra and wildebeest crossing the plains, pursued by a range of predators and facing crocodile-infested waters and a gruelling journey over the Serengeti. This international animal event covers Tanzania and parts of Kenya, making it a must-see for anyone visiting the region.
A visit to Tanzania is not complete without exploring the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the “Garden of Eden,” or the Tarangire National Park, where scenic Baobab trees stand tall amidst the wildlife backdrop. After your safari adventures, head to Zanzibar and other spots along the east coast to enjoy world-class snorkelling, diving, and other water sports, or simply relax on the fine sand beaches.
Whether you’re looking for your dream honeymoon, a family wildlife adventure, or a relaxing book and beach vacation, Tanzania has something to offer everyone. Let us guide you through this magical destination and help you create memories that will last a lifetime.
Highlights Of Tanzania
The following is a selection of the places of interest we recommend visiting while on vacation in Tanzania. If you are looking for something that isn’t here, it doesn’t mean we don’t take you there. Let us know so we can plan a tailor-made package to suit your personal tastes and specific interests.
Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti National Park is a wildlife paradise and the oldest ecosystem in the world. It’s regarded as the “holy mecca of wildlife” due to its wide range and high concentration of wildlife in the park. The park is mostly visited for The Great Migration, an annual wildlife spectacle that happens mostly in the Serengeti, where millions of wildebeest and zebra make it through croc-infested river crossings in search of greener pastures.
In addition to wildlife, visitors can also experience the rich Maasai culture. Today, the Maasais also take part in the conservation efforts of wildlife and make the best safari guides that bring you out on game drives.
Ngorongoro Crater is a natural wonder that cannot be missed when visiting Tanzania. Located in the highlands of Tanzania, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that features massive wildlife, including the highest density of mammalian predators in Africa.
The Ngorongoro Crater itself is a large volcanic caldera and is home to a variety of large animals, such as black rhinoceroses, wildebeest, zebras, elands, and gazelles. Visitors can also spot leopards, elephants, and buffalo on the crater rim, while hundreds of flamingos flock to the rim of the large lake in the center of the crater. The sloping waves of green and blue-tinged mountains will leave you in awe of this breathtaking natural wonder.
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park in Tanzania is a wildlife lover’s paradise. Boasting huge herds of up to 300 elephants and towering ancient baobab trees, the park is a wonder to behold. Visitors to Tarangire National Park can also enjoy birdwatching, with the park being a popular destination for bird enthusiasts.
The park is also home to a wide variety of game, including the Big 5, as well as other wildlife, particularly during the dry season when the Tarangire River is the only source of water in the area. Tarangire Park is an excellent safari destination for those seeking to escape the crowds of more popular wildlife parks, with the southern part of the park offering a more secluded safari experience with fewer people around.
Zanzibar is a timeless destination with an allure that never fades. Its white sand beaches and turquoise waters create a picturesque scene, while its unique blend of African, Indian, Arabic, and Persian influences create a rich cultural backdrop in Stone Town.
Traditional Arabic dhows sail into the dawn, silhouetted against pastel-tinted skies, and coconut palms sway gently in the breeze. Zanzibar is a perfect post-safari relaxation destination or a stand-alone tropical island paradise. If you have a passion for underwater exploration, then north-eastern Zanzibar presents remarkable prospects for diving enthusiasts. The area boasts an abundance of vibrant coral reefs, wall and drift dives, as well as a diverse range of fish species waiting to be discovered.