The best destinations in Tanzania

Tanzania is a country full of remarkable features, unforgettable natural beauty and home to over 120 ethnic groups with more than 120 different languages. The diverse landscapes include mountains (including Africa’s highest mountain – Mount Kilimanjaro), forests, endless savannahs, deep craters and gorges, miombo woodlands, dry plains and white sandy beaches.

Tanzania is blessed with more than twenty national parks and game reserves, which are visited by a large number of travellers from all over the world every year. From elephants to lions to birds, it is a true paradise for nature lovers.

Destinations for safaris in Tanzania
Our safaris are tailored to your interests, whether on a small group safari, a private safari or a fly-in safari. From classic to off the beaten track:

The Northern Route is home to classic safari destinations such as Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park or in the Ngorongoro Crater , where you’ll see the Big 5, beautiful landscapes and lots of wildlife. The Great Migration of the wildebeest and two UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be admired here.

The Southern Route is for nature lovers. The Selous/Nyerere National Park or Ruaha National Park are both part of a vast ecosystem where large numbers of animals can be seen during the dry season. You can experience boat safaris and guided bush walks in this beautiful landscape with far fewer visitors.

The Western Route is for those who prefer to turn left where others turn right. These very remote parks receive few visitors and are often only accessible by chartered flight. An Africa from another time with unimaginable wildlife is the reward. Gombe National Park offers forest trails to spot chimpanzees, while Katavi National Park is home to an incredible amount of wildlife.

The Eastern Route is the amazing of all the circuits of Tanzania, yet it has its own charm in offerings. The eastern part of Tanzania forms miles-long shoreline with the Indian Ocean. The Eastern Circuit Safari Route is a secluded and remote route visited by only a few intrepid travellers each year. But even after being situated in a remote location, there are plenty of options to take advantage of from this circuit of Tanzania – Sadaani National Park, Mkomazi National Park, the beautiful Usambara Mountains.


Trekking in Tanzania
Guided mountain hikes up to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, and Mount Meru are possible. On the other hand, the Shira Plateau day hike is a great way to see the diversity of wildlife and landscapes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Some national parks, such as Udzungwa Mountain National Park and Gombe Stream National Park, can only be visited on foot and are perfect for hikers.

Beach holidays in Tanzania
In the east of the country lies the Zanzibar archipelago, a group of smaller and larger islands. This is dominated by the famous spice islands of Zanzibar (Unguja) and Pemba. Mafia Island lies further south and is considered a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Water sports enthusiasts can let off steam to their heart’s content. Kitesurfing, diving, deep-sea fishing, kayaking and snorkelling are just some of the activities on offer. Together, Tanzania and Zanzibar offer something very special. You can live out your dream of a safari and finish it off with a tropical beach holiday. Create lasting memories in Tanzania – the perfect honeymoon destination.