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Safari in Tanzania and see one of the new seven wonders of the world, The Great Migration.

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Kilimanjaro dominates Tanzanian tourism as much as it does the skyline. Africa's largest mountain is a majestic sight, a demanding climb and (for those with the agility and energy to tackle it) a deserving feat. Look beyond its shadow though and you will be rewarded with a UNESCO World Heritage site, plains dense with predators and ancient human history.

Rewards don't come bigger than the Serengeti. The boundless grassland of Tanzania's oldest National Park is home to lions, cheetahs and leopards, and it's so expansive that to witness a predator in action is often the preserve of your jeep alone.

Among their prey are the gazelles, zebras and some 1.5 million wildebeest, which rove the desert for grass to graze. Following the calving season, this mass of hooves ascends north into Kenya. This spectacle is known as the Great Migration and is considered to be one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Predators are not in short supply either, and the UNESCO honoured Ngorongoro Crater boasts the densest population of lions on the planet. The Conservation Park is also home to the 'Big Five'.

Today the park may be the preserve of wildlife, but there is evidence that humans once stalked the savannah. Fossils uncovered at the Olduvai Gorge include a giant horned sheep and enormous ostriches, but it's the Homo Habilis (the world's first humans) which are the area's most important discovery - though up against two million years of human history, even Mount Kilimanjaro can seem insignificant.

Check the exciting regions and itineraries we offer you below.


Arusha is located in the north of Tanzania, and is perfectly positioned for all Northern Circuit parks, making it the safari capital of Tanzania. The area is cool, lush, and a hub of activity with many safari-goers passing through the city.


The former capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, is not generally thought of as a must see destination. However, a walk around the city centre will reveal its charm and culture, with its picturesque seaport, historic buildings, shops and good restaurants.


Katavi National Park, one of Tanzania's most westerly parks is remote in the extreme, and with relatively few visitors a year, it is the ultimate in off the beaten track safari destinations - a perfect place for an authentic safari experience.


Mahale is one of the best locations in the world for viewing chimpanzees in the wild. It is one of the most remote and beautiful national parks in Africa and is located about half way down the eastern shore.


Beneath the cliffs of the Manyara escarpment, this park offers a tapestry of woodland, grassland and swamps. The lush forest is home to hundreds of baboons, blue monkeys and many birds, but Manyara is most famous for its tree-climbing lions.


Mikumi is located west of Dar es Salaam. The main feature here is the open grasslands of the flood plain, which is bordered on two sides by mountain ranges. The area is teeming with wildlife, with plenty of elephants, zebras and giraffes.


Around 2 millions years ago a large volcano exploded and collapsed on itself to create the extraordinary Ngorongoro Crater. Today it plays host to some of the most captivating wildlife in the world and is one of the most popular safari destinations.



About the size of Belgium and relatively remote, with an unusual combination of East and Southern African wildlife and birds. The park is noted for large numbers of greater kudu as well as lesser kudu, sable and roan antelope.


The Saadani National Park is located on the northern coast of Tanzania, opposite the island of Zanzibar. It is one of the newest National Parks in Tanzania, and the only one that is fringed by the Indian Ocean, making it a truly unique safari destination.


Selous is an unspoilt gem that is said to be the largest game reserve in Africa and to contain the world's largest concentration of elephants. There are also huge numbers of buffaloes, crocodiles and hippos.


The word 'Serengeti' is derived from a Masai word meaning 'endless plains', a fitting title for Tanzania's most famous national park which plays host to over 1 million wildebeest during the great migration.


Immense baobabs, acacias and mixed woodland punctuate the plains, whilst the Tarangire River and shrinking lagoons attract a variety of wildlife including wildebeest, zebras, elephants, elands and oryx.


Zanzibar boasts amongst the best beaches in the world, with coconut palms and powder soft coral sands washed by shimmering clear seas. The beaches in Zanzibar are paradise, scattered with picturesque fishing villages.


Zanzibar is a group of islands, one of the largest being Pemba Island. The smaller satellite islands include Chapwani Island, Mafia Island, Mnemba Island, Chumbe Island and Bawe Island.


Stone Town is the old city and cultural heart of the island of Zanzibar. Little has changed here in the last 200 years. It is a place of winding alleys, bustling bazaars, mosques and grand Arab houses.


8 Nights

If it's adventure you seek, then the Kili Climb will certainly provide plenty. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa - it's challenging, magnificent and spectacular all at the the same time.


7 Nights

The Kili Climb is one of the world's greatest outdoor challenges, and will provide excitement and a tremendous sense of achievement.


7 Nights

The Kili Climb is an excitement-filled, once in a lifetime adventure, that will last a lifetime in your memories.

The Elewana Collection consists of 15 boutique lodges, camps and hotels and is well known for its unique accommodations in iconic locations across Kenya and Tanzania.

7 Nights

A truly 'Out of Africa' experience through contrasting landscapes with stays in some of the most luxurious accommodation Tanzania has to offer.


8 Nights

Travel in style and comfort in Elewana's Cessna Grand Caravan light aircraft, with nine executive club class seats.


6 Nights

This breathtaking flying safari offers an unforgettable journey into Northern Tanzania with stays in some of Africa's most exclusive lodges.


7 Nights

This safari travels from the world-famous Serengeti Safari Park in the north of Tanzania to the lesser-known, but nevertheless equally enthralling Selous Game Reserve in the south.

Sanctuary Retreats is a portfolio of luxury safari lodges and camps in East and Southern Africa. The first Lodge was the Sanctuary Olonana in Kenya which opened in 1999.

7 Nights

Southern Tanzania is all about the feeling of wilderness. Wildlife is in abundance and people are not, so matching a safari in this region with an equally appointed beach property might seem difficult.


6 Nights

An extraordinary journey through contrasting landscapes with excellent opportunities for game viewing in Lake Manyara, the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater.


6 Nights

Combining two remote, untouched, vast areas of Selous and Ruaha, this safari offers a great introduction to Southern Tanzania.

A Tent With A View is twenty two years on the ground in Tanzania. It is renowned for its ethical stance and commitment to the conservation of elephants in Tanzania as well as ongoing medical support for local village communities.
Popular safari circuit with stunning accommodation at the Wellworth Collection properties.

4 Nights

Going on safari to witness the wildebeest migration is one of the ultimate experiences that Africa has to offer.


10 Nights

This is a superb 10-night safari by air, combining a calming beach retreat with captivating game viewing.


5 Nights

This 5-night safari visits some of the best and most prolific wildlife destinations, not only in Tanzania, but in the whole of Africa.

A 6-night safari in breathtaking locations which offer spectacular wildlife.

5 Nights

A short safari with game viewing in some of the most popular safari destinations, located in some truly breathtaking locations.


10 Nights

Ruaha National Park offers a compelling combination of stunning scenery, rugged landscapes and animal variety. Our stay here is in superbly located Ruaha River Lodge.


10 Nights

Selous, which is said to be the largest game reserve in Africa, is relatively untouched and offers some of Tanzania's best big game safaris.


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