Tanzania Safari Holidays
We understand that for most a safari is a once is a lifetime adventure evoking great excitement and expectation. A safari and beach holiday is the perfect mix and will offer you fun, great wildlife experiences and relaxation. Tanzania a safari destination hard to beat!
You can choose a safari in a four wheel vehicle a foot safari, safari by horseback, boat and even hot air balloon. There are excellent road and air links to reach each location and other parts of Africa.
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The northern parks of Tanzania: Ngorongoro Crater the immense Serengeti plains, Manyara, Tarangire and Arusha
The southern parks of Tanzania: Selous Game Reserve, Ruaha, Saadani, Mikumi and Udzungwa
The southern park have spectacular scenery – some of the best Tanzania safari guides who really know their stuff. They will guide you with grace, expertise and a lot of laughs.
Selous is perfect for a safari if you are on a limited budget and only have a few days – 45 minutes flying time from Dar or Zanzibar.
The western parks of Tanzania: Katavi, Mahale and Gombe
Western Tanzania is in a very different league to the north and south. Katavi on average receives 500 visitors per annum, compare this to 350 per day in the Serengeti.
Katavi is unspoiled and untamed. It is remote and ideal for those who prefer game viewing in peace and solitude. This undiscovered wilderness is awash with plains game and predators.
Mahale has a striking lakeside setting with the best possible chance of wild chimpanzee viewing.
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Lodges perfect for safari adventures
Bashay Rift Lodge is situated in the Karatu area, just south of the world famous Ngorongoro Crater in Northern Tanzania. Set on top of a hill, this recently opened property (2010) offers its guests fantastic views of the surrounding open farmland below. Guests can relax in the cosy lounge or bar or watch the sun Read More
Escarpment Lodge is located on the top of the escarpment looking down into Lake Manyara National Park. The lodge has thirteen excellently appointed private chalets offering doubles, singles and triples. Wooden floors, wide windows and doors add to the natural feel of the lodge and every effort has been made to ensure comfort and luxury: Read More
Situated on the banks of the Rufiji River amongst Borassa Palms and Tamarind trees, this stylish and relaxed tented camp has great views of the passing wildlife. The 8 spacious tents are set on wooden platforms and each has an open side for guests to view the ever changing scenes across the river. Each room has Read More
Katavi Wilderness Tented Camp is a Foxes of Africa camp located in the west of Tanzania. The attraction of Katavi is its remoteness and emptiness whilst still being game rich. Because the animals are not as used to the presence of man they can be more skittish than in other parks. With only 6 tents, Read More
Kisima Ngeda is located on the shores of Lake Eyasi, offering stunning views over the seasonal soda lake with the Ngorongoro Conservation Area on one side and the Alipi escarpment on the other. Kisima Ngeda has seven spacious tents with a private veranda. These are cleverly hidden amongst the fabulous forest backdrop. Each tent has Read More
Lemala Ewanjan is a deluxe seasonal camp with 7 beautiful tents set along the game-rich Seronera Valley, in a spectacular location on the western slopes of Makoma Hill, in the Central Serengeti. The major game viewing areas of the central, southern or western Serengeti are easily accessible and the camp offers staggering views of the Read More
Kuria Hills opened in July 2013. It takes just 20 minutes by road from Kogatende airstrip to arrive at this luxury eco-camp. The camp has 10 tents which have been designed to harmonise with the surroundings. The camp is situated in the Wogakurya Hills with large bolders and kopjes forming the main, prominent features of Read More
Lemala Manyara is a seasonal camp located inside the magnificent Manyara National Park between December and March, taking advantage of the seasonal game movement from the surrounding areas into the park at this time. Located in a spectacular secluded location surrounded by fig and acacia trees with a backdrop of the towering Rift Valley Escarpment, Read More
Lemala Mara is a seasonal camp open from June to October. It is set under large Euclea trees close to the Mara River. Here in this immense wilderness guests can enjoy fabulous landscapes and terrific game viewing with practically no crowds. The resident wildlife numbers are exceptionally high, but nothing compared to when the migration Read More
Lemala Ndutu is a seasonal camp which is open from November until April to capture the spectacle of the wildebeest migration. It is situated inside the Ngorongoro Conservation Area along the border of Southern Serengeti. The camp is located on the edge of a permanent marsh and tucked away under huge umbrella thorn acacias. The Read More
Set within an ancient acacia forest, on the rim of the world famous Ngorongoro Crater, this seasonal camp offers its guests an intimate safari experience under canvas. The camp is open year round apart from April and May during the rainy season. With just 8 tents, each of which has heating as well as warm Read More
A traditional, simple style of camp, Mdonya Old River Camp is situated in the heart of Ruaha National Park, in an acacia woodland. There are just 11 walk-in style tents, each of which are large, spacious and have ensuite facilities with a flushing toilet. Whilst there is no electricity in the tents, there are plenty Read More
Mwagusi Tented Camp is a small exclusive tented camp set on a bend, overlooking the Mwagusi Sand River. The camp has a wonderful traditional and authentic bush feel with thatched roofs and reed walls. The 14 bandas are spacious with a tent forming the main sleeping area, which includes a large double bed with high Read More
This mobile luxury camp is located on the scenic slopes of the Rongai Hills in central Serengeti. The camp overlooks the Seronera Valley which is home to most of the cats found in the Serengeti and there are plenty of other resident wild animals including giraffes, zebras, gazelles, warthogs, baboons, and monkeys, to name but Read More
Ronjo Tented Camp is situated in the central Serengeti area during December to March. This mobile camp is generally set away from the busiest areas, ensuring easy access to the very best game viewing for its guests. It is a simple, fairly basic camp of just 12 tents. Each tent has private facilities, locally made, Read More
Situated on the edge of the river, the Ruaha River Lodge is a relaxed and friendly lodge. Built around a rocky outcrop, it is ideally situated for guests to view the game that come to drink at the waters edge. It is a perfect choice for those guests wanting a relaxed place to stay at Read More
Rubondo Island Camp is one of the newest camps in Tanzania, welcoming the first guests in December 2012. As a consequence it remains one of the most untouched and natural camps in Tanzania, boasting some of the most incredible wildlife to be seen in the region. The Rubondo Island Camp is based, as its name suggests, on Rubondo Read More
Saadani River Lodge is located close to the Saadani National Park, hidden within the trees that border the Wami River. The stunning views from the lodge allow guests to watch the local wildlife while enjoying breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are 17 stilted suites with traditional thatched roofs that blend well into the natural scenery. Read More
Saadani National Park is situated north of Dar es Salaam and is easily reached by a 20 minutes flight by light aircraft. Saadani is set apart from other national parks in Tanzania by its mix of eco systems. Here the Indian Ocean meets the lowland coastal forests, open grasslands, mangroves and acacia woodlands, making for Read More
Tarangire River Camp it is located fifteen minutes from the main entrance to Tarangire National Park. The camp is in a fantastic location overlooking a tributary of the Tarangire River where you can sit and take in your surroundings with views across to the park. There are ten roomy tents all with en suite shower Read More