Why visit Tanzania?

  • Vast country
  • Serengeti Great Migration
  • Ngorongoro Crater
  • 21 Protected Areas for wildlife
  • 370 mammal species
  • Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Zanzibar’s beaches
  • Historial Stenetown streets

“Jambo”-is the Swahili greeting for “welcome” which you will hear everywhere in friendly Tanzania.

The Serengeti is known as one of the ‘Seven Natural Wonders of Africa’. Game0viewing includes: huge buffalo herds and thousands of antelope. The Great Migration of one and a half million Wildebeest traverse the Mara River twice yearly between the Serengeti and Maasai Mara in Kenya.

“Africa’s Garden of Eden”-the Ngorongoro Crater-is home to 30,000 animals including the rare Black Rhino and black-maned male lions.

Tanzania is the base from which to climb

The island of Zanzibar, off Tanzania’s coast, has miles of white sandy beaches and tiny islands, an idyllic destination for snorkeling, coral reef diving and deep seas fishing. The aroma
of sensual spices, Swahili fusion cuisine and Arab history infuse Stonetown’s maze of cobbed courtyards to make a dream destination.

Too many options? Just tell us what you like doing on holiday and we will make a few suggestions for you. Who can say simpler than that?