In the north, the Serengeti plays host to the world’s greatest wildlife event as hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra migrate endlessly across the African plains, running the gauntlet of lions, hyena and other predators. Witness the migration by 4×4, take a balloon or horse riding safari across the wide open plains, or trek across the Ngorongoro Highlands.
The stunning, but remote south holds many treasures for the more intrepid traveller. Vast and virtually unvisited, Selous is Africa’s largest game reserve, and rewards with phenomenal scenery and wildlife. Katavi, which can only be visited by small plane and has only one camp, is one of the few places in Africa where you will meet more lions than people. Chimpanzee trekking in the majestic rainforests of Mahale and Gombe is a unique way to experience the African wild.
The exotic beaches and coral reefs of Zanzibar, and lesser known islands such as Mafie and Pemba, offer sun, surf and the taste of a unique culture. While snow capped Mount Kilimanjaro offers the fit and adventurous a chance to touch the roof of Africa.
- Affordable Tanzania
- Alex Walker’s Serian Serengeti South: Distinctive Bush Camp and Walking Safaris
- Combine North and South Serengeti – Mike’s Little Secret
- Go Off the Beaten Track in Wildest Tanzania
- Travel the Classic Northern Route
- Enjoy Tented Luxury on Lake Manyara
- Follow the Widebeest
- Bushcamp in Style