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Wildlife, beaches, fabulous Mount Kilimanjaro and friendly people – Tanzania has all these and more wrapped up in one adventurous, welcoming package. More than almost any other destination, Tanzania is the land of safaris.

The Land of Safaris

 First time visitors tend to opt for the popular route around Northern Tanzania – taking in Tarangire National Park (famous for its herds of elephants), the amazing Ngorongoro Crater and the iconic Serengeti.

The Perfect End to Your Trip

After your safari, spend a few days on a white sand beach beside the Indian Ocean on the magical island of Zanzibar. It's also worth exploring Stonetown with its historic buildings and narrow alleyways.

Less-visited Parks

Selous Game Reserve in Southern Tanzania is an alternative to the Northern Route. There are excellent game viewing opportunities here and are far fewer humans.



Tanzania is a great choice for a first-time safari with fabulous game viewing and a wide range of accommodation - from simple lodges to bells & whistles luxury lodges.


Spend a couple of nights at Tarangire National Park, famous for its herds of elephants. Often overlooked for the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro, this was one of my favourite places.

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