Are you thinking of having a travel to Tanzania?
For safari lovers, the world most renowned national park awaits to amaze you with mesmerising and arguably the most spectacular wildlife event on earth-the wildebeest migration. With carefully selected guides and accommodation spot, you are expected to carry a memory of lifetime when you choose our services.
If you come with us, we will leave no stone unturned for your adventure. Welcome home because no place is like home!
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Our team of expert in safari planning, and execution just for you because you deserve the best. For your next safari, group or private safari choose us for a journey of inspiration.
The famed spicy island is the talk of the tourism world. With blue sky, white sands and sunny beaches, a holiday in Zanzibar is all you need.
Hot Air Balloon Safaris
An unusual adventures to float in a hot air balloon over the famous Serengeti National Park with its enchanting scenery and vistas.
We will take you to the roof of Africa, the highest point on the continent, the majestic Kilimanjaro; with step by step hiking in guidance of the most experienced guides.
Culture is part of us. Our company will only embark only on authentic cultural encounters. We do not arrange to stage a cultural event to impress.
Great Wildebeest Migration
It begins in the Serengeti National Park near the Kenyan border, when huge herds of wildebeests head for the greener grazing grounds of Kenya.
Explore the untouched and yet fascinating attractions of southern circuits
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This is the biggest park in Tanzania, covering about 22,000 sq km. Here wildlife is concetrating along the cascading great Ruaha river which is the parks of blood. Home to hippos and crocodiles snacking on school of fish. Its a flooded terrain after the rain dwindling to precious pools sorounded by blinding sweep of gazelles risking their lives for a sip of its water… permanent hunting ground for lions, leopards, hunting dogs, hyenas and jackals. Lack enough you can also have a chance to see both leaser and greater kudus, sable and roan antelopes here. Ruaha is the only protected area in the world where flora and fauna of eastern and southern Africa overlaps
With an area about 3230 km (Tanzania’s 4th largest park) Mikumi is the one of the largest park for both tourists and local people. The park is framed the Uluguru mountains to the north east and the Udzungwa mountains to the south west and the Selous game reserve to the south. The park itself consists mainly of Miombo wood land although the scenery gets a little tedious after a while. Sighting of the plain games like impala, buffalo, zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, elephants, hippo and crocodiles are common enough. One of the most principla feature of Mikumi Park is the Mkata River flood plain (an area of lash vegetation which particulary attracts alot of wild life). The abscence of gazelles in this park is curious – it seems their ecological niche is occupied by impala. Mikumi and Selous game reserve are lying on the same ecosystem, which covers large part of central and southern Tanzania. (This ecosystem stretches to within 150 km of the mOzambique border, whose Niasa game reserve wa formaly part of it). Predators which can be seen in Mikumi include lions, leopards(more dificult to see), black backed jackals (can sometimes be seen in the evening), and the African Civet who is the noctural visitor in most of the camps. Mikumi bird life is profuse, with over 400 species recorded to date, most of the Eurasian migrants, present between October and April
Are almost unearthly, an enchanted forest of leafy glades flecked with sun shine where fungus, lichens, moss and ferns ingratiate into every damp crevices, it os at once both vivid detail and larger than life. A new variety of African violet was discovered on the shelter of 30m high tree. It os a hot house norturing species found no where else on earth, a secret bank account of precious genetic stock. Of its six types of primate, two are endemic the Iringa red colobus monkey and the Sanje crested Mangabey, nt discovered until 1979. Four previously unknown birds including the rufous winged sun bird and the new species of patridge like francolin made Tanzania richest forest bird habitat among the tree most important bird conservation area on the continent. One of the East Africa great forests.
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Udzungwa Mountains Nationl Park
An enchanted forest of leafy glades flecked with sun shine where fungus, lichens, moss and ferns ingratiate into every damp crevices, it os at once both vivid detail and larger than life.
Visit Zanzbar, the Spice Island
Known as the Spice Island, the beautiful island of Zanzibar on Africa’s east coast is bursting with culture and history, seemingly at odds with its idyllic geography of white-sand beaches with palms swaying lazily in the sea breeze. Together this makes Zanzibar a fabulous place to explore as well as a dream to relax and unwind.
Zanzibar’s coastline offers some of the best beaches in the world, but sand and surf vary depending on what side of the island you’re on. On the east coast, waves break over coral reefs and sand bars offshore, and low tide reveals small pools of starfish, small minnows, and anemones. Up north, ocean swimming is much less susceptible to the tides, and smooth beaches and white sand make for dazzling days in the sun.
Visit the legendary Kilimanjaro
Kilimanjaro is one of the world’s most accessible high summits, a beacon for visitors from around the world. Most climbers reach the crater rim with just a walking stick, proper clothing and determination. Those who reach Uhuru Point, the actual summit, or Gillman’s Point on the lip of the crater, will have earned their climbing certificates and their memories.
Through this website, ClimbingKilimanjaro hopes to provide prospect climbers with a comprehensive guide that contains accurate and valuable information to increase one’s chance of a successful summit when climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Detailed itineraries, route maps, useful hyperlink, stunning pictures and photography of all the major routes, including the Arrow Glacier, the Lemosho, Machame, Marangu, Mweka (only used for descending), the Rongai (Nalemoru), Shira (predominantly used for evacuation) and Umbwe routes.
Experience the calming Ngorongoro
Ngorongoro: A priceless asset!
Designated as a “multiple land use area,” the Ngorongoro Conservation Area stretches from the precipitous barrier that is the Great Rift Valley wall, encompassing a high-altitude plateau of dramatic volcanic highlands and craters before gently descending to the contiguous plains of the Serengeti in the west. It is a vast and untouched region, much of it appearing harsh and barren, yet what makes the Ngorongoro Conservation Area so unique is that it is a refuge for both animal and man.