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Tanzania Wildlife Safari


Chasing cheetah, searching for the illusive black rhino, and tracking simba on her morning hunt are on the agenda for our wildlife safari. With cameras and binoculars in hand, we are geared up for the game drive on route to finding the “big five”.

The options for your wildlife safari are endless, whether you want your adventure to be in the northern, southern or western circuit – or a combination.

In the north, we would love to take you to the Serengeti, one of the most stunning wildlife sanctuaries on the planet. This vast savannah hosts the world’s largest surviving concentration of plains game, including lions, leopards, elephants, antelope, hyenas, and soaring eagles – just to name a few. In addition to the wildlife, you’ll see the contrasting magnificence of the landscape from short grass plains to majestic rocky out-croppings called kopjes and thousands of acres of bush and acacia woodland.  Exploring the north wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Ngorongoro Crater – the World Heritage Site where we venture right onto the crater floor for game viewing. Here is one of the few remaining places where it is possible to encounter the highly endangered black rhino. It is also possible to see elephant (mostly lone or “bachelor” bulls), and resident herds of wildebeest, zebra, gazelles, impala, and baboons.  And let’s not forget to put Lake Manyara National Park on our agenda - one of the most diverse of Tanzania’s National Parks with its combination of Rift Valley, ground water forest, lake and dense woodland. And to complete your safari, we’ll take you to Tarangire famous for its heavy traffic of elephants, lions, and leopards.

 Are you interested in the southern circuit?  Let’s start with Selous Game Reserve - the jewel of the south - which is the largest protected wildlife sanctuary in Africa. The lifeblood of Selous is the Rufiji River and sailing or rafting down the river – maybe even a tranquil evening boat safari - is a great way to see the game. You will find an amazing concentration of wildlife including elephants, lions, buffalos, crocodiles, hippos, and wild dogs. The southern circuit also offers Ruaha National Park and Mikumi National Park, well known for spotting the “big five” - lion, cheetah, elephant, leopard and buffalo. As well, consider including Ruaha National Park on your itinerary. The Great Ruaha River is the main feature of the park, and meanders through its borders. On its banks, the game viewing is spectacular, whether done by land or by boating safari.


Wherever you decide to venture on safari promises to be a memory-making experience.

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