Tanzania is right at the top when it comes to safari travel. The sheer quantity and variety of wildlife in its national parks is unsurpassed. Add to this the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro, tropical beaches and the greatest show on earth, the annual wildebeest migration, and you can understand why Tanzania rises above its peers in African safari.

Over a quarter of the country is given over to national parks and game reserves, which together boast over 20 per cent of Africa’s large mammal population. So even with such renowned parks as the legendary Serengeti, there is still plenty of wilderness to roam in, away from other safari goers.
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Tanzania is the home of several iconic parks and commonly referred to as a land of superlatives. If you want the biggest and the best safari tour, then Tanzania is the obvious option.

Wildlife, wilderness and tropical beaches worthy of any paradise post card give Tanzania a variety that is often overwhelming. From the most luxurious of lodges to camping in the icy shelter of a mountain cliff, we can make your dream trip a reality in Tanzania.


  • 25% of Tanzania’s land is protected by national parks and reserves.
  • It is possible to see the big five (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo and rhino) in several of its parks.
  • Mount Kilimnajaro (5895m) is the highest peak in Africa and the tallest free-standing mountain in the world.
  • Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti and Selous Game Reserve are classed as World Heritage Sites.
  • Lake Manyara is believed to host the largest baboon troops in Africa.
  • Selous Game Reserve is Africa’s largest wildlife reserve – and accounts for 5% of Tanzania’s land area.
  • The Serengeti is the home of the annual wildebeest migrations where almost two million animals migrate in search of water.
  • Tanzania boasts more than more than 1000 species of bird.
With almost 20% of Africa’s large mammals, Tanzania boasts a spectacular 322 mammal species. The following are regularly seen on many safari tours.

Tanzania’s varied ecologies, from savannah to alpine, result in an extensive bird list, which includes the following favourites and/or regularly sighted species:
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