Tanzania is noted for both the sheer number of wildlife throughout the country and for the variety on offer. There are more than four million wild animals in Tanzania representing 430 different species. The country houses some 20% of Africa’s large mammal population. Zebras, giraffes, elephants, wildebeest, buffaloes, hippos, antelopes and gazelles are common animals, thousands of insect species and all kinds of birds. Larger predatory animals like lions, cheetahs and leopards are also found. 

Once you dive deep into the fantastic environment full of natural beauty, stunning sunsets and sunrises and unexpected encounters with the residents of the world’s famous national parks of Tanzania, you will want to come back over and over again!



One of the last true natural wonders on planet Earth and the greatest wildlife destination in Africa, renown for its dense predator population and annual wildebeest migration. It is the finest wildlife reserve anywhere in Africa offering the liberating sense of space!


It is the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world, which makes it fit in the global shortlist of natural wonders – not only due to its geological magnificence, but also because the Crater floor is quite extraordinary sanctuary for Africa’s densest large mammal population.


The area around Tarangire river is unambiguously the best wildlife-viewing area, especially in the dry season when many of the greater ecosystem’s resident animals congregate along the river, the only source of water for many miles around.

Gombe Stream National Park

Gombe is the smallest national park in Tanzania with the highest concentration of primates in Africa. Renowned for the scientific research and work of Jane Goodall with Chimpanzees, this park is surprisingly diverse with dense Tarzan-like jungle, grasslands, steep valleys and tropical rainforest. Other primates include blue monkeys, olive baboons, red colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, and vervet monkeys. The primary activity in the park is guided hikes into the remote jungle to observe and experience the chimpanzees and other primates.


Lake Eyasi is a shallow salt lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley. The area around the lake differs dramatically from the surrounding areas. Palm trees border the lake and attract colorful and prolific birdlife such as Fischer’s lovebird, flamingo, pelican and stork. The uniquely beautiful lake varies in size depending on the rains and is especially scenic from June to November when flocks of breeding pelicans and flamingos arrive.


Located at the lowest point of the Great Rift Valley, Lake Natron presents some of the most unusual and dramatic scenery in Tanzania. This remote region at the foothills of Oldoinyo Lengai, a still active volcano, features very little wildlife but despite the extremely alkaline water the lake is nevertheless home to a fascinating ecosystem of microorganisms that attracts thousands of flamingos.

Mahale Mountains National Park

This nature reserve is exceedingly remote and hard to access, but it is one of the most incredible places to visit in Africa. It is known to be the best place in the world for chimpanzee safaris. Located on the shore of Lake Tanganyika, it has a crystal clean white-sand beach with a range of magnificent mountains covered with lush green tropical vegetation. In this highly protected area, you will see no roads so you can only explore the park on foot, which makes the experience even more exciting!

Let us create the journey of a lifetime tailor-made for you!


We cover the entire region of Northern Tanzania with its remarkable world-renowned wildlife sanctuaries.