Accommodation In Tanzania
Nestling in the heart of a coffee plantation on the shores of Lake Duluti, near to Arusha, the gateway town of Tanzania's spectacular national parks,...
Luxury Tented Camp
Situated close to the Grumeti River, Kirawira is a reincarnation of a Victorian tented camp and guests enjoy luxurious accommodation, a valet service...
Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge is perched on the edge of the Mto Wa Mbu escarpment with one of the greatest views over the Great Rift Valley and its...
Romantic, Remote, Wild, That is Lobo Wildlife Lodge; located in the North of Serengeti National Park, the most spectacular scenario of wildlife in its...
Embraced by an amphitheatre of monolithic rock sculptures know as kopjes, the reincarnated Serengeti Mbuzi Mawe camp nestles in a secluded acacia glad...
Perched on the rim of the collapsed volcano, the Ngorongoro Crater, a world heritage site, often referred to as the eighth wonder of the world. It has...
Often described as the 'Eighth' Wonder of the World, the Ngorongoro crater is so spectacular that it touches all the senses. A volcanic crater with wa...
Set high on a hill with views out over the Serengeti savannah, the Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge combines luxury with simplicity and is Africa at its...
Nestled in the acacia woodland on the edge of the escarpment overlooking the plains of the south-western Serengeti National Park, one of the most famo...
The vast and sensational Serengeti is the epitome of most people's dreams about wild Africa; its endless rolling plains perfectly honour the meaning o...
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Tanzania is the largest East African country, covering an area of 945,203 square kilometres. Lying just south of the Equator, this is a land of amazing natural contrasts: from the snow – capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, to the endless plains of Serengeti and the unspoiled beaches of Zanzibar Archipelago. Home of the Ngorongoro Crater, the most unique eco – system on Earth; the sensational Serengeti Plains, scenario of the breathtaking migration of 2.5 million wildebeest in a desperate struggle for survival; and the soda waters of Lake Manyara, tinted sugar pink by myriads of flamingos…
One of Africa’s most magnificant sights, Mount Kilimanjaro, an almost perfectly shaped valcano, towers above Tanzania with Africa’s Highest peak reaching
5895 m. It can be climed any time of the year but there is usually a lot of rain during April, May & November with December being the peak period.
Lake Manyara, a thin green band of forest flanked by a 600m high escarpment on the one side and the white-hot shores of an ancient soda lake on the other. Acacia woodland shelter the rare tree-climbing lions and the countries densest population of buffalo and elephant feed off the undergrowth while deep in the south of the park the soda lake is covered with thousands of flamigo. Manyara is the perfect location for an active safari.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
The first view of the collapsed crater takes the breath away. It has over 20 000 large animals including some of Tanzania’s last remaining black Rhino. Known as the eighth wonder of the natural world, this unique animal paradise is home to the Olduvai Gorge, where the first remains of a hominoid were discovered.
Serengeti, meaning endless plains, is Tanzania’s first and most famous park and is renowned for its wealth of leopard and lion. To search for the sometimes elusive wildebeest migration, visit the Serengeti from December to July. For the best chance of finding the migration, allow a minimum of three days or longer.
All Images supplied by Tanzanian Tourist Board
Best time to Visit
• Northen Tanzania: July to March
• Southern Tanzania: June to March
• Zanzibar & Coast: June to March
• Western Tanzania: May to March
Mt Kilimanjaro • Serengeti NP • Selous Game Reserve • Ngorongoro Crater • Lake Manyara • Migration of the Wildebeest • Beach • Game • Diving • Snorkelling • Zanzibar • Mafia Islands • Maasai Culture • Tree climbing lions