The Serengeti, which means “endless plain,” lives up to its name. Famous for its abundance of wildlife, it is perhaps best known for the annual migration of over a million wildebeests and zebras. Here you can watch the herds from the end of June to September and from November to February on their journey. The…
Transcendent. Romantic. Abundant. Tanzania’s wildlife and landscapes are breathtaking.
Nature reserves, traditional tribes, sun-drenched islands and archaeological sites – the diversity of Tanzania is limitless. With the wondrous hike from the Serengeti to the Kenyan Maasai Mara, there are plenty of reasons to visit, but the divine Ngorongoro Crater, Kilimanjaro’s ice-covered peaks and the “Cradle of Humankind” in the Olduvai Gorge make it definitely memorable.
Fly with a helicopter to Lake Victoria to catch the giant Nile perch. Drive to the bright red waters of Lake Natron to watch flamingo swarming over the horizon. Fly over the Ngorongoro Crater, the largest un-flooded, unbroken caldera in the world. Land by helicopter in a private mobile camp in the southern Serengeti to sleep in the middle of the trekking route. Hike over the foothills of the mighty Kilimanjaro or fly over its peaks. Explore the coffee plantations of Arusha; Walk along the sands of the aromatic spice islands off the romantic coast of Dar es Salaam. Dive away from a traditional dhow and try your hand at spearfishing with a professional guide. Watch the sunset from a private luxury lodge in Hemingway style.
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