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Classic safari destination, great hiking & walking safaris, several antelope species and the black & white colobus all in the foothills of Mt Meru.
Where it began – focus on chimpanzee tracking and some other primate species are present.
Remote and unspoiled wildlife destination – for those seeking an adventure.
Reach the roof of Africa, and summit the world's highest free standing mountain.
Beautiful beaches combined with a magical island of historic ruins, perfect Selous add on - like Zanzibar used to be.
Kitulo National Park consists of the Kitulo Plateau, a botanical paradise between December and March
Home to the Hadzabe bushmen and Datoga tribe - travel with the hunter gatherers into the past.
A small park squeezed between the escarpment & lake - filled with flamingos and tree climbing lions.
Mineral rich lake filled with flamingos but with a deadly secret - turning life to stone.
Largest lake in Africa and the source of the Nile - a fisherman's wonder - hook a giant.
Renowned as an excellent world-class diving destination with some of the richest reefs in the world & visiting whale-sharks.
Chimpanzee & sandy beaches, while hidden in the mountains - what a combination!
Useful stopover on southern safaris & short trips from Dar Es Salaam - a real bird lovers paradise.
A perfect warm up for Kilimanjaro, or just a great 3 day hike to Africa's 3rd highest mountain
Standing on the rim of the crater and looking over the edge: will take your breath away and never leave you. This is the world's most perfect view.
Active volcano, home to the massai gods, you can summit and look down into the lava below.
An old fashioned Zanzibar with traditional island life, diving & relaxing and the occasional bull fight !!
Part of the largest protected area in Africa this elephant lovers paradise framed by beautiful nature and the picturesque Ruaha River.
An island in the middle of lake Victoria which acts as a wildlife refuge and fishing spot.
Where the bush meets the beach – see elephants walking in the sand. The Saadani national park is the only park which is situated on the beach.
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Vast unspoilt wilderness which is fast becoming the refuge for Tanzania's dwindling elephant populations.
This is what safari is all about - endless plains, endless animals and the famous migration. The home of Tanzania Safari.
Coral stone constructed historic quarter of the island - still a busy thriving area.
The beaches on the east African coast are among the finest in the world, activities ranging from drift dives to kitesurfing.
One of the quiet parks on the northern circuit itinerary, this is where to travel for that authentic safari experience.
Lush rainforest with endemic species, useful stopover on southern Tanzania Safaris and rainforest hiking.
Zanzibar island is a jewel in the ocean, surrounded by beaches that rate among the best in the world.