My Journey Around Tanzania


All our quality Tanzania safaris and tours are both intriguing and exciting, created by a fascinating balance between the wildlife, the stunning landscapes and the friendly Tanzanian people. Tanzania’s northern safari circuit, is renowned for offering some of the finest wildlife viewing holidays and tours in Africa. Its natural abundance of wildlife, along with the annual migration of millions of animals across its northern plains, make up a flourishing eco-system, which is now benefiting from the country’s historical strict conservation measures.

Serengeti Plains National park

The Serengeti National Park hosts the annual wildebeest migration across its grassy plains – arguably the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle – this Serengeti National Park is without a doubt a defining image of East Africa and more specifically Tanzania.

Ngorongoro Crater

The Ngorongoro Crater Game Park – the name has an almost mystical ring to it and the Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most densely crowded wildlife areas in the world and is home to an estimated 30,000 animals.

Tarangire National Park

The Tarangire River provides the only permanent water in the area and forms a “dry season retreat” for the animals of the southern Masailand in Tanzania and the Tarangire National Park is reputed to contain some of the largest elephant herds in Tanzania or even in Africa.

Arusha National Park

The Arusha National Park, a small but beautiful park, is the closest National Tanzanian National Park to both the famous African “safari town” of Arusha (29 km), as well as the Kilimanjaro International Airport, thus making it ideal for day excursions. Not only is the wildlife in the Arusha National Park abundant, but it is also one of the most beautiful and topographically varied game parks in Tanzania.

Lake Manyara National Park

The Lake Manyara National Park is one of Tanzania’s most dramatically located wildlife areas, and Lake Manyara’s most visible predators, and also its prime tourist attraction are lions, famous for their habit of climbing trees.