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From the Ngorongoro Crater to iconic Mt Kilimanjaro, visit Tanzania this year

The trail to Tanzania in 2017

With more land devoted to national parks than any other wildlife destination, Tanzania is considered by many as the ultimate safari destination – plus its outstanding natural beauty and rich culture is a big draw too. Whether you’d like to climb the lofty heights of Mt Kilimanjaro, witness the famed wildebeest migration on safari in the Serengeti, explore the Ngorongoro crater or escape to the island getaway of Zanzibar, our team of tailor-made experts are at hand to help you plan your dream holiday to Tanzania in 2017.

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Beyond the Ngorongoro - our recommendations for a tailormade safari in Tanzania

Tanzania is famous for world class safari parks, unique and exciting trekking and some of the most beautiful beaches in Africa. Whatever it is that brings you to Tanzania you’re sure to be blown away by the scenery, the people and the fantastic wildlife! Below we’ve picked out some of the most popular spots in Tanzania to help inspire your planning!

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Mt. Kilimanjaro & Moshi

Situated in the Northeast region of Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in all of Africa and the fourth highest peak in the world. Rising up to 5,882 metres above sea level, this imposing natural phenomenon brings explorers from all over the world to witness its majestic slopes and complete the challenge that is hiking to its peak. From the top of the mountain the views are second to none, not just as you look out over Africa, but also glancing inwards at the crater of this its a ...
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Ngorongoro Crater

Sitting in the middle of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the Ngorogoro crater, a huge caldera, which formed after a volcano collapsed millions of years ago. At its lowest point the crater sinks down over 600m, making it one of the six largest in the world. With its majestic stature and fascinating history, it is no wonder that the Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most popular natural phenomena in the country. The conservation area that encompasses the crater was declared a UNESCO World in ...
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Lake Manyara National Park

It's not every day you get to see a pack of lions lounging around up above your head. At the Lake Manyara National Park this sight is a daily occurrence as the area is home to the curious tree-climbing lion. The reason for its unusual choice of resting place is still up for debate making these mysterious creatures all the more fascinating. Other creatures that reside within the confines of this National Park include elephants, giraffes, baboons and impalas. While many tours do not include this a ...
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Dar es Salaam

The buzzing metropolis that is modern-day Dar es Salaam is often by-passed, as visitors to Tanzania beeline straight to the national parks for some game viewing. However, for those who take the time to become acquainted with this rapidly expanding city, the rewards will be great. Skyscrapers tower down over colonial buildings that, despite being overshadowed in a literal sense, haven't lost their former grandeur. With the seaport here being one of the busiest in all of Africa, and the population ...
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Serengeti National Park

The most famous and largest of Tanzania’s national parks is the UNESCO-listed Serengeti. The Serengeti ecosystem extends beyond the National Park to include several other conservation areas and reserves, including the Masai Mara in Kenya. Much of the landscape is made up of vast open savannahs peppered with magnificent acacia trees and a number of small rocky hillocks, making the scenery here some of the most outstanding in the country. It is through these extensive protected areas that ...
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Ruaha National Park

With vast open plains of savannah sprinkled with watering holes and hundreds of different trees and bushes, Ruaha is one of the largest and most exciting National Parks in Tanzania. Yet, despite its size, this natural wonder has a surprisingly low footfall, seeing only around 6,000 visitors per year due to the fact that it is relatively hard to access. The result of this lack of tourism is a much more pristine landscape without the crowds and noise of some other parks. Throughout the park and to ...
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Selous Game Reserve

UNESCO-listed Selous Game Reserve is the largest game reserve in Africa and covers 55,000 km², four times the size of Serengeti and more than 5% of Tanzania’s total area. The rolling open plains and grassy woodlands are home to some of Tanzania’s most spectacular animals including elephants, black rhinos, hippos and crocodiles. Aside from the fascinating wildlife, the park has an incredibly diverse selection of flora ranging from dense thickets of vegetation to undulating hills sparsely and ...
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Tarangire National Park

With the permanent Tarangire River flowing through it, the Tarangire National Park becomes a sanctuary to a vast array of different animals during the dry season as they flock from all around to this reliable source of water. Throughout this period the sun beats down on the arid land baking the dirt a dusty red colour and drying out every blade of grass until it is nothing more than a brittle wisp. As one of the less popular parks in Tanzania, the flora and fauna that reside here have remained a ...
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Safari Central

Tanzania is a country of outstanding natural beauty, wonderful wildlife and rich culture, with over 120 groups. For many, it’s the ultimate safari destination, which is not surprising for a country that has more land devoted to national parks than any other wildlife destination including the UNESCO-listed Serengeti, the setting for the famed great wildebeest migration!

Inspirations for your safari to Tanzania

Make your tailor made safari to Tanzania extra special. Here are some of our favourite things to do whilst visiting Tanzania.

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Relax on Zanzibar

Head to the beautiful island of Zanzibar for a few days of relaxation. From the stunning beaches of Nungwi and Kendwa in the north to Kiwengwa and Pongwe to the east. The port town of Stone Town is a great place to explore and head off on the fun Spice Tour where you learn about all of Zanzibar’s great spices as well as its fascinating history.

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Visit a Masai Village

When you think of tribes in Africa, there is certainly one tribe that stands out more than most – the famous Masai tribe. Adorned with (usually) red blanket robes, carrying wooden sticks to help herd their cattle and jumping higher than most humans! A visit to a traditional Masai village gives a great insight into their way of life, their important traditions and you can also see if you can jump as high as them (well the men can!)

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Spotting leopard in the Serengeti

Most people say that seeing a leopard on safari is one of their favourite moments of any trip to Africa. The Serengeti is certainly one of the better places to spot them. High up in the trees these ambush predators don’t make life easy for keen leopard spotters – but it makes actually sighting one all the more worthwhile.

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Stay at the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

High above the craters edge sits the simply sumptuous Ngorongoro Crater Lodge. This colonial beauty offers some of the best hospitality in Tanzania. Enjoy sundowners from your private stilted suite looking over the crater, make the most of the private butler service and enjoy long hot bubble baths made for you for when you return from a dusty day exploring the crater and the Serengeti!

Suggested tailormade holiday itineraries for Tanzania

From the endless plains of the Serengeti to the snowy heights of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania is a land of immense beauty and our recommend itineraries cover the best safari spots here and in neighbouring Kenya, as well as the stunning island of Zanzibar for some time on the beach. Looking for further inspiration? Use our interactive map below.

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Wild About Tanzania

10 days | FROM USD $7,410

On this comfortable safari, see the herds of elephants in Tarangire National Park and explore the vast and of...

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The Best of East Africa

12 days | FROM USD $10,769

This is the ultimate East African Safari taking you from the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro across the Great...

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Tanzania Safari & Beach

14 days | FROM USD $8,035

A perfect combination of safari and relaxation, visiting Lake Manyara National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater...

Climb to the roof of Africa

Sitting at a lofty 5900km, Mount Kilimanjaro is the biggest free standing mountain in the world. Every year thousands of people attempt the tough but highly rewarding climb which is popular due to its non-technical ability. If it appeals to you then it is a great thing to do before a nice relaxing beach break on Zanzibar or an exciting safari holiday in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater!

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