Explore the most unique ecosystems on Earth

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!

Let us have an opportunity to create the unique journey of your lifetime tailored just for you!

We cover the entire region of Northern Tanzania with its remarkable world renown destinations.

Serengeti: The greatest wildlife spectacle

♦ 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!

♦ Most of Serengeti is open and grassy , broken by isolated granite rocks (koppies – which means ‘little heads’) and acacia woodlands. The rock hills form a microhabitat inhabited by rock hyrax, leopard and various cliff-nesting raptors; some rocks are particularly good for lion and cheetah and are home for the endangered black rhino.

♦ We focus on taking our guests to the more offbeat areas of the park with unlimited mileage for the peaceful and deep exploration. We work on every little detail of the journey, discussing the interests and needs of our clients to create a  valuable and profound experience.

Ngorongoro Crater: The eighth wonder of the World

♦ 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 Crater is a part of Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which includes Crater Highlands, volcanic massive and more than a dozen calderas.

♦ Approaching the Crater from Arusha is a stunning scene with densely forested outer slopes up to Heroes Point where you will catch your first breathtaking view over the crater floor 600m below. With the binoculars you might even see some of the elephants that haunt the Lerai Forest. 

♦ For those who want to explore beyond the popular routes, Olduvai Gorge is the site of Africa’s most important hominid fossil find. Other highlights include the Empakaai and the Olmoti Craters in the North for the spectacular hiking experience.

♦ Spending a night on the Crater Rim, hearing the sounds of nature and wildlife roaming around during the evening hours, cycling and hiking around the area is an unforgettable precious experience.

Tarangire: The land of elephants and birds

♦ 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.

♦ It is no exaggeration to say that in peak times you might see 500 elephants over the course of a day here!

♦ Large predators are present on the main roads and although the dense vegetation can make it relatively difficult to trek the likes of lion and leopard, they’re common, and with our professional expert guide, trekking those gracious creatures can be an adventure!

♦ Tarangire is a great bird-watching site, with aver 500 species recorded to date.

♦ For those who want to dive beyond the usual tourist circuit, we offer Lake Burunge exploration for the best chance to see the bushbuck and lesser kudu, Kitibong Hill area for large herds of buffalo, Lamarkau swamps for hippo and waterbirds during the wet season, and deep Southern plains fro cheetahs.

♦ The expertise of our guiding team allows us to cover the lesser known routes staying away from the roads overloaded with tourist vehicles for our clients to enjoy the abundance of wildlife at a slow pace.

Lake manyara: Walking safaris and canoeing

♦ It is a perfect place to see the spectacular 400 meter high Rift Valley Escarpment. The Great Rift Valley is a long rift which runs down the eastern side of Africa and was formed about 20 to 25 million years ago when the earth’s crust teared apart.

♦ Hippo pool, birdlife, troops of baboons, flamingos, elephants and the scenic lake of Manyara make this park incredibly diverse.

♦ The habitats of this natural sanctuary – grassy floodplain, rocky escarpment, acacia woodland and lush groundwater forest – are so remarkable, it makes you stop the time to breath it in and enjoy the moment while it lasts. 

♦ Manyara, despite its small size, is a great birding reserve, with almost 400 species recorded. If a first-time birdwatcher to Africa had the time to visit only a single reserve in Tanzania, then Manyara must sure be it. 

♦ The park is a valuable addition to a multi-day safari, offering the opportunity to see several species that are less common elsewhere.


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