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The word safari comes from Kiswaheli and means a journey. In the western world, however, you generally think of a Tanzania safari as a search for wild animals. The most sought-after animals on a Tanzania safari are the Big Five (lions, elephants, buffaloes, leopards and rhinos). However, Tanzania safaris also offers countless other amazing wildlife species and hundreds of beautiful, colourful birds. Therefore, your private guide will be more than happy to tell you all about the animals, birds and plants you see during your journey.

What to expect

Above all, we only arrange private tours, this means that you do not have to share the car with other people. Hence, it is just you and your loved ones. The private safaris are conducted in 4 × 4 Land vehicles.

Useful to know is that the animals are most active at sunrise and sunset. This is when the temperatures in Tanzania are most comfortable and they are looking for food. The chance of seeing the animals in action is therefore best then. Nevertheless, in the midst of the day, many wild animals are up and running.

We personalise all Tanzania safaris to suite your wishes. Below we give you some ideas of our most popular itineraries. We can tweak each to be as authentic as possible to fit your needs.  The Tanzania safaris that we offer are suitable for couples and families. In addition, the itineraries are easy to combine with a few nights in Zanzibar.

A Tanzania safari offers excellent wildlife viewing throughout. Over and above, Tanzania is a huge country well-known for  safaris, which are among the most spectacular in the world. The landscapes are magnificent and the wild fauna particularly lush.

 

The locals

Tanzania is also home to the traditional Maasai tribes and Mount Kilimanjaro, the roof of Africa. A small community of Massai is often spotted at the Ngorongoro Crater. Tanzanians are also called “the united people”. There are more than 120 ethnic groups in the Tanzanian population. Then again, no group is dominant and many are relatively small. The Tanzanian people are also known for their national pride in Swahili. Romance novels and poetry in this language are very popular.

Above all, combine Tanzania with Kenya, Zanzibar, Rwanda or Uganda. Nothing is impossible!

 

What we can offer

Below are some of our most popular authentic safari tours. Note that we can adapt the offers below to your wishes. We can add days, lodges and change the routing. Given these points, do let us know what you have in mind and we will make it the perfect personalised holiday!

Ngorongoro Crater
This crater is teaming with wildlife - and is one of the few places in Tanzania you will see rhino. The only animal you wont see if the giraffe cause the walls of the crater are too steep for them to descend.
Serengeti National Park
The most famous parks of Africa - the Serengeti, meaning 'Endless Plains'... and the backdrop for the wildebeeste migration
Kilimanjaro International Airport
The main arrival airport to start the northern safari circuit in Tanzania
Arusha
The main 'safari hub' of the northern Tanzania safari circuit.
Tarangire National Park
This park is slightly less 'famous' but offers some fantastic game viewing and has some amazing Baobab tree forests. Slightly less 'busy' than some of the other parks. A favourite...
Lake Manyara National Park
Famous for its resident 'tree climbing lions' the Lake Manyara Park is worth a visit and is a popular lunch stop from Arusha to the Crater.
Selous Game Reserve
Located in the southern Tanzania and offers a diverse safari experience from traditional game drives to some boat experiences.
Dar es Salaam
Southern Tanzania and convenient access if including Selous or Zanzibar into your holiday.

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