Tanzania has it all: incredible wildlife, awe-inspiring views and raw natural wonders such as the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak.
It’s home to seven of the country’s finest National Parks including the Serengeti with its dramatic wildebeest migration. Each park has its own character and mix of species and few countries can compete with the sheer quantity and diversity of natural life.
If you’re hoping to see lots of wildlife on safari, Tanzania is one of our top recommendations. You could stay in some of Africa’s most memorable places – from luxury camps and small boutique lodges to more traditional safari camps. Or, if you prefer somewhere simple, but comfortable, there are plenty of excellent small camps in remarkable locations offering excellent wildlife and top-notch guiding.
If you want to venture off the beaten track there are plenty of ways to get a bit more wild and remote including walking safaris and flycamps.
Plus, with Zanzibar just 20 miles or so off the coast, a Tanzania safari is about more than just world-class game viewing and Swahili culture. A spot of coastal R&R is a great way to start or finish your trip.