From our head office in the beautiful little city of Arusha, Tanzania, we organize different types of safaris such as Wildlife safaris, Mountain climbing, Beach holidays, Cultural tours, Biking safari, Walking Safaris, and Hiking in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda.
Through our extensive network, we are capable of answering every individual customer’s wishes. Whether a small or large group, we are dedicated to making sure our client’s needs are met and the safari is enjoyable. Our safari itineraries are available on a budget, midrange or luxury can be adjusted depending on your budget and preference. Whether to camp in the bush, or stay in one of the luxury lodges; these choices are available, and of course, we are glad to help make them.
All our safaris include full board meals and we accommodate dietary requirements. Our well-crafted safari itineraries are designed to meet the needs of every individual guest needs and fulfill safari dreams. These tour packages can also be customized to the client’s needs.
Where to Go in Tanzania
From witnessing millions of wildebeest, zebra and other antelope traverse the plains of the Serengeti to ascending to the snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro or sipping a chilled drink on the white-sand beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania offers travelers some of the most diverse safari experiences in Africa.
A vibrant and beautiful country with exceptional parks and reserves, Tanzania is blessed with the winning combination of unparalleled game viewing and dazzling tropical beaches. Because Tanzania is so vast (almost 1.5 times the size of Texas), it helps to divide the country’s major holiday destinations into four areas:
- Northern Safari Circuit – the most popular Tanzania safari route comprising the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara, Tarangire, and Kilimanjaro.
- Tanzania Coast and Islands – the country’s beaches, especially those on islands like Zanzibar, are breath-taking and very accessible.
- Southern Tanzania – includes the wonderfully wild and underrated Nyerere (previously Selous) and Ruaha, some of the best-kept Tanzania safari secrets.
- Western Tanzania – head to the far-flung corners of Katavi and Mahale for the ultimate off-the-beaten-path Tanzania safaris.
Contact us for more information about the pricing and itinerary request of your dream safari.
Safari Itineraries to get you started
African tourism has always battled with different concepts of culture – and its level of interest to tourists. Europe and Asia, for example, boast temples, museums, castles, cathedrals, impressive architecture – tangible qualities that are easy to see and therefore easy to market and photograph. The cultural attractions in Africa – cultural heritage, beliefs, storytelling, ancient knowledge, music, dance – are intangible, making them less easy to package and sell.