The #1 safari country in the world!
The third largest lake in the world by volume, Tanganyika is one of less than 20 ancient lakes on Earth. It is the second deepest and least polluted lake in the world!
Katavi National Park
Isolated, untrammeled, and wild. During the dry season, the Katuma River supports game concentrations that defy belief!
Mahale Mountains National Park
Inaccessible by road and home of some of Africa's last remaining wild chimpanzees!
Gombe Stream National Park
Gombe is the smallest of Tanzania’s national parks: a fragile strip of chimpanzee habitat made famous by the pioneering work of Jane Goodall.
Kitulo National Park
Locals refer to the Kitulo Plateau as “Bustani ya Mungu” – the Garden of God – while botanists have dubbed it the “Serengeti of Flowers”!
Available Dec – Feb only..
Ruaha National Park
Tanzania's largest national park, and the second largest in all of Africa!. A birder's paradise.
The "Spice Island's" allure is legendary. One of East Africa's great trading centers, the archipelago has been for centuries a crossroads of culture, a melting pot of influences, and a place where life's rhythms are set by the monsoon winds and the cycles of the moon.
Mikumi National Park
The open horizons and abundant wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain, the popular centerpiece of Mikumi, draw frequent comparisons to the more famous Serengeti Plains.
Selous Game Reserve
One of the largest faunal reserves of the world, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is recognised as a home of the rare and endangered African Wild Dogs!
In the Mafia archipelago, this small island is a peaceful and charming hideaway in an area that sees little tourism. Chole Mijini Lodge was built to be environmentally sound – the ultimate ‘eco-lodge’, and consists of seven tree houses.
Udzungwa Mountains National Park
Udzungwa Mountain, largest of the Eastern Arc Mountains, has been dubbed the African Galapagos for its treasure-trove of endemic plants and animals, most familiarly the delicate African violet.
An award-winning coral park and marine reserve that has been recognized by the United Nations. State-of-the-art eco-technology aims at zero impact on the environment.