Tanzania one of the best place in Africa with game reserves the size of some countries and a spectacular coastline.

Tanzania is a vast country that offers the adventurous traveler a truly African experience. It is the Africa you have always dreamed about: vast plains teeming with wildlife, colorful Masai herding their cattle and rain forests screeching with monkeys and birds. Choose from one of our existing itineraries or allow us to tailor-make the holiday of your dreams.


This safari features the northern Tanzania national parks with the opportunity to leisurely enjoy the diversity that Tanzania has to offer. Explore Tarangire National Park which is famous for ancient baobab trees that dot the landscape. Continue to Lake Manyara known for its tree climbing lions before visiting the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater where you will enjoy great concentrations of wildlife on the crater floor. Your safari experience end in the famous Serengeti National Park.

Your adventure starts on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Your next stop takes you to Tarangire National Park well known for large herds of elephants. Visit the iconic Ngorongoro Crater, the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world and home to some of the richest wildlife viewing in Africa. Walk through the rolling savannas and plethora of game on offer in the Central Serengeti and take in the wilderness

This unique safari offers you the chance to experience the great wonders of East Africa – the Ngorongoro Crater, often referred to as “Africa’s Garden of Eden,” the grasslands of the Serengeti Plains, the Great Rift Valley and the famous Masai Mara. Enjoy viewing a variety of animals during game drives that bring you an unforgettable wildlife experience.

You will have ample opportunities to witness and photograph hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra traversing the Serengeti Plains in Tanzania. This lifetime event has no parallel on the earth!

In our Tanzania Migration Safaris the emphasis is to spend more time in the Ndutu Conservation area during the months of January thru March which is the birthing season of the wildebeest. During April through June, the Central and Northern Serengeti becomes the primary focus as the migration moves North towards Masai Mara.


Named after the Masai word ‘Siringet’ for endless plains of short and long grass, the Serengeti covers an area of approximately 9200 sq miles. The plains support a large variety of wildlife ranging from lions, cheetahs, wildebeest, and gazelles and may other species. The annual migration moves northwards across the Mara River and this ‘the last great spectacle of nature’ has a cast that includes around millions of wildebeest, gazelle and an assortment of zebra. It begins in June with the return leg on October/November. The Serengeti centers on acacia savannah, with dry grasslands to the south, a western corridor of wooded highland that fronts Lake Victoria and the wooded grasslands along the Grumeti and Mara Rivers.

Ngorongoro conservation area covers over 5149 sq miles and one of the most spectacular sights you are ever likely to see while on safari lies in the Ngorongoro Crater. The crater is a microcosm of the East African savannah and a natural wonder unique in the world. Upon descent to the crater floor you are treated to a magical experience where herds of zebra rub shoulders with wildebeest, gazelle and buffalo. The crater provides a great chance of seeing some of Africa’s biggest bull elephants and many predators among a myriad of other animals. Olduvai Gorge is famous for its fossil finds – about 150 species of prehistoric mammals including the Dr. Leakey’s discovery of 400 fragments of a skull. A small museum dsiplays a number of copies of the finds. Olduvai gains its name from the Masai word for the wild sisal that is prolific here.

Located approximately 100 miles west of Arusha town, Lake Manyara covers over 200 miles of incredible beauty set in diverse terrain. The open grasslands, forest and the dominant red western rift escarpment provide a stunning backdrop to the Lake itself. Lake Manyara is a beautiful park and is well known for its tree climbing lions, elephants, hippos, flamingos and large troops of baboons. A short visit to this park will greatly diversify your safari experience as the lush green jungle habitat is of stark contrast to other parks you will visit during your safari.

Tarangire National Park covers an area of approximately 1700 sq miles and is p art of a far larger migratory ecosystem (that includes Lake Manyara). The Tarangire River that flows through the center of the park. Herds of up to 300 elephants scratch the dry riverbed for underground streams, while migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest, crowd the shrinking lagoons. It’s is the largest concentration of wildlife outside of the Serengeti ecosystem-a smorgasbord for predators-and the one place in Tanzania where dry-country antelope such as fringe eared oryx and long necked gerenuk are regularly observed. Gentle rolling hills scattered with giant baobab trees, open acacia woodlands and seasonal swamps provide beautiful, serene settings for wildlife photography.

Paul Renner – Photographer
Paul Renner – Photographer "We have reached a milestone: It has been 11 years and I've guided more than 50 African Photographic Safari groups through Africa. Each trip has been tremendous! I want to extend a huge THANK YOU to my good friends, Prem Sharma, Gaby ...
Rita, S – WA "We found this safari to be an outstanding value. We just loved it!"
Donna D. – CA "If you were to ask me what was my favorite experience, it would be Every Single Moment of Everyday! I can't hardly wait to go back to Africa!  I made so many new friends and danced with the Masai."





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