Tanzania Safari

Experience the serengeti and Tanzania's other top game reserves

Tanzania sets the bar high when it comes to African safaris with the Serengeti being possibly the most famous game reserve in the world. From the snow capped Mount Kilimanjaro to the massive wildlife concentrations found in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania offers a breadth of diversity and experiences.

Highlights include:

The Serengeti

This 15,000 square km of savannah is probably the most famous of Tanzania’s parks. It Masai Name means ‘Endless Plain’ and it was made a World Heritage Site in 1978. The very mention of the name Serengeti is guaranteed to bring a glint to the eye of even the most experienced Africa traveller. The Serengeti ecosystem supports some of the most plentiful mammal populations remaining anywhere on earth and the animals here always seem bigger, stockier and stronger than elsewhere in Africa. The park has some of the best accommodation available in Tanzania and the quality of service is always excellent.

Tarangire National Park

Large herds of wildebeest, hartebeest and elephant can be found in this beautiful baobab tree dotted park that stretches south of Lake Manyara and along the Tarangire River. A great dry season destination, Tarangire is great for spotting gazelles, kudus, giraffes and a whole lot more.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Africa’s highest peak, the extinct volcano Kilimanjaro is emblematic of Tanzania and draws travellers from all over the world. Skirted by lush rainforest and Alpine meadows, the mountain and park is home to monkeys, leopards and buffalos, along with a profusion of birdlife for the amateur ornithographer in all of us.

Ngorongoro Crater and Conservation Area

Wildlife galore and astonishing vistas. This is one of Africa’s most famous game viewing locations. The steep sided crater keeps a melting pot of wildlife in the relatively small area of 260km2, making it easy to see everything from rhinos and elephants to flamingos and storks. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a tantalising microcosm of safari life that is unmissable on any trip to Tanzania.

Arusha National Park and Mount Meru

This is one of Tanzania’s smallest but most beautiful national parks. The terrain is varied, consisting of rugged volcanoes and craters as well as lakes and forests and the iconic Mount Meru. Wildlife is prolific and you can spot everything from dik-diks and hyenas to vervets and reedbucks, as well as the more familiar big fauna. Some say the best way to see this park is by canoe.

Selous Game Reserve

A vast 48,000km2 wilderness game reserve – and Africa’s largest. Despite its size, Selous is not as well known or visited as some of the wildlife reserves in northern Tanzania. Flowing through it all is the mighty Rufiji River, which provides the opportunity to see some of Africa’s most striking water-based wildlife such as crocodiles, and where it mixes with seawater in the delta, dolphins. The reserve is also home to large herds of elephants, as well as hippos and black rhinos, and not forgetting a profusion of birdlife.

Tours & Holidays

In 11 incredible days you will cover the main sights of Northern Tanzania; including 3 nights in the Serengeti. You then end with a flight to Zanzibar and spend 5 days on its exotic white beaches.
Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, Serengeti & Zanzibar
Return flights into the Selous, the largest game reserve in the world, and spend 3 nights at the comfortable Mbuyu Camp. Enjoy the variety of activities on offer including drives, walks & boat safaris
Selous Game Reserve
Fly in and out of the world famous Serengeti National Park on this 3 night safari, staying at the luxurious Soroi Lodge in the heart of the Serengeti. Enjoy game drives in this animal rich haven.
The Serengeti National Park
An amazing chance to see the best that Tanzania has to offer on this great safari. All the favorites are covered and fingers crossed for the adventure of a lifetime.
Lake Manyara - Serengeti - Ngorongoro - Tarangire
Get your boots on because it’s time to get up close with the African bush. On this tour, you will experience the original and best way to go on safari – on foot. This is the dream African adventure!
Arusha - Serengeti - Ngorongoro Crater
Tour Tanzania takes you from the foothills of Kilimanjaro across to the baobab-studded landscape of Tarangire National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater.
Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater & Serengeti
Don't miss out on this amazing and luxurious flying safari, offering you less time on the road between the parks and more time spent watching the wildlife, and then on to Zanzibar!
Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Serengeti & Zanzibar
A unique opportunity to explore two different parks all while based in one place.
East Africa is known for its wildlife and you will see the best of it on this once-in-a-lifetime journey through Kenya and Tanzania.
Nairobi - Amboseli - Ngorongoro - Serengeti - Lake Manyara - Mara