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Tanzania’s Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater are stunning examples of nature untouched. Witness the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra as they travel hundreds of miles, following the rains and fresh vegetation. Antelope, buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard and African dog abound in this plentiful land. Enjoy the local culture and traditional lifestyle of the Masai the same way the first Western explorers did over 150 years ago.

Tanzania also boasts the highest peak in all of Africa. Mt. Kilimanjaro explodes from the surrounding grassland to a height of 5,895 m (19,341 ft). Trekking ‘Kili’ is an adventure that takes a traveller through multiple climates - grassland, forest, desert, glacier - over the 5 day hike. Located off the east coast of Tanzania, the island of Zanzibar contains hundreds of years of history as a Muslim trading post for East Africa and its pristine, white-sand beaches are some of best in the world.




These storied plains are host to the annual Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra while also providing the opportunity to see all of the ‘'Big 5'’ in one setting. Tanzania’s most popular national park, the Serengeti is home to bushbuck, eland, cheetah, giraffe, warthog, baboon and the wild African dog.


A 2000m descent places you in the heart of the wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater. Formed by the collapse of an extinct volcano, predator and prey are in closer proximity than anywhere else in Africa. The lake and savannah environments attract lions, elephants, flamingos, hippos, rhino, monkeys, cheetah and zebra.


Less crowded with safari vehicles than other parks, Tarangire is famous for its elephant, tree-climbing lions, baobob trees and tree-climbing pythons. The Tarangire River provides the majority of the drinking water, especially in the dry season, and creates excellent game viewing opportunities.


Famous for its large population of flamingos, the Lake Manyara National Park is located between the Tarangire National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater in northern Tanzania. This park’s inhabitants include hippos, monkeys, tree-climbing lions and hundreds of varieties of birdlife.


Witness the sunrise over Tanzania from 5895m (19,340 ft), atop Africa’s highest peak. Trek through a variety of ecosystems as you ascend Mt Kilimanjaro - including forests, woodlands, deserts, and glaciers. Encounter varying wildlife and plant-life on the lower half before a more physically challenging adventure towards the summit.