Tanzania is one of Africa’s top wildlife countries to travel to on safari and plays host to the greatest natural show on earth, the Great Wildebeest Migration, with millions of animals migrating across the plains of the Serengeti National Park. The traditional way of game viewing is from a four-wheel drive vehicle but if you like you can experience this vast area on a hot air balloon.
Discover Tanzania’s Secret South
The Selous Game Reserve, together with Ruaha and Katavi National Parks, offer some of Africa’s most undeveloped, yet surprisingly accessible, wilderness areas, and an unforgettable Tanzania travel experience.
One of the largest protected areas in the world the Selous provides an African safari experience that rivals any on the continent for big game and big thrills. Tons of animals, heart-melting scenery and an air of exploration.
Go Chimp Trekking in Amazing Mahale
Chimps share 96% of their DNA, and a whole lot of behavioral traits, with humans – travel to remote western Tanzania and see for yourself.
The chimpanzees are protected in two rugged national parks situated on the mountains slopes on the shores of Lake Tanganyika. Accessible by boat from the town of Kigoma, Gombe Stream National Park and Mahale Mountains National Park allow visitors to experience the excitement of tracking chimps on foot.
Climb Mount Kilimanjaro
Tanzania is home to Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, and hikers from all over the world arrive to conquer Uhuru Peak in what is considered a lifetime experience but due to its popularity, you’ll need to book this travel experience far in advance.
Revered by local people and backdrop to countless postcards, most people see Kilimanjaro from a distance but our Kilimanjaro climbing safaris allows you to get up close and personal with Africa’s legendary mountain
Scuba Dive Tropical Reefs
There’s no question that Zanzibar is good – but have you heard of Mafia or Pemba Islands? Exactly – these 2 tropical gems offer incredible diving and watersports, footprint-free beaches and all the island indulgence you can think of – but without the crowds.
Great beachside accommodation is available – travel to Fundu Lagoon on Pemba and Kinasi Lodge or Pole Pole on Mafia.
Here is a list of Tanzania’s National Parks and Game Reserves.