From idyllic Zanzibar to the iconic Serengeti, Tanzania has it all

As the wilderness of wildlife that includes the Big 5, birdlife, and countless other animals, as well as jaw-dropping scenery and geological landscapes from the mighty Serengeti to the Ndutu and Salei plains, complete with and a selection of ways in which to explore all these wonders, Tanzania has something for everyone when choosing a safari in Africa.

One of the continent’s classic safari destinations, Tanzania is also famous for its iconic sleeping volcano, Mount Kilimanjaro – the highest mountain in Africa. Other unique geographical features including the Ngorongoro Crater and the Great Rift Valley make Tanzania the fascinating safari destination it is today.

One of the most culturally diverse countries in the world, Tanzania is the home of the semi-nomadic Maasai people, whose extraordinary culture and history is as fascinating as they are friendly. Visiting Tanzania’s indigenous tribes provides a glimpse into local culture and history, with other notable tribes including the Hadzabe, Datoga and Sonjo.

With so many iconic attractions to see and tick off the bucket list when visiting this enchanting country, Tanzania is a safari destination that won’t leave anyone with a sense of adventure disappointed. From bush to beach, the lush plains of Ngorongoro to the palm-fringed beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania has something for everyone.




Arguably the world’s best safari destination, Serengeti National Park’s sweeping savannahs are the epitome of great plains; 1.5 million hectares of wide-open spaces studded with acacias, exceptional wildlife viewing, and the spectacle of the great wildebeest migration deliver a one-of-a-kind safari experience.

Stretching from lush woodlands and grassy plains in the south to the verdant Maasai Mara in the north, each region of the park displays its own unique and intricate characteristics.


An unmissable addition to any Tanzania circuit safari, the Ngorongoro Crater is a wildlife Eden like no other, formed by the collapse of an ancient volcano two and a half million years ago.

Home to the Big 5 and one of the largest predator populations in Africa, these fertile lands host an abundance of diverse prey in a unique ecosystem. With an impressive diameter of 19km and depth of 610m, Ngorongoro is the largest unbroken caldera in the world, an incredible sight to behold from the apex of the crater rim.


An unforgettable combination of culture, history, exclusivity and romance, the Zanzibar Archipelago is an authentic island-style destinatio