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Places To Go In Tanzania

Kilimanjaro & Mt Meru Climbs
Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the African continent and the world’s tallest free standing massif.It is the fourth highest of the world’s famous ‘Seven Summits’ and its snow-capped image is exceptionally beautiful.Kilimanjaro is a national park covering an area of...
Lake Manyara National Park
Where other parks may be vast or dramatic, Lake Manyara National Park is picturesque.This is a unique place to visit when you are on holiday in Tanzania.Between the soda lake, which expands and contracts according to season, and the steep western wall of the Rift Valley, the park protects a narrow...
Ngorogoro Crater
The Ngorongoro Crater is 16km wide, the largest unflooded volcanic caldera in the world.From its rim, thickly forested walls drop 600 metres into a spectacular natural arena that supports enormous concentrations of wildlife year round. Descending into the crater, you encounter large herds of zebra...
Selous & Ruaha National Parks
The Selous Game Reserve and the Ruaha National Park are captivating wilderness areas where remote landscapes and abundant wildlife never fail to enthral.A unique place to visit in Tanzania there are only a small handful of camps and they can be reached by light aircraft from Dar es Salaam, or, if...
Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti in Tanzania is one of the most famous wildlife reserves in the world, always a popular choice for an Africa safari, and it has captured even more hearts in with the BBC's Serengeti documentary, giving us a glimpse into the lives of the animals like lions, hyenas and baboons that...
Tanzania Coast
Largely undiscovered and unspoilt, the Tanzania coast is fast catching the attention of travellers looking to enjoy lovely beaches, coral reefs and ancient ports far from the madding crowd. A hundred kilometres north of Dar es Salaam, Saadani is Tanzania’s newest national park, a...
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park is known for its huge number of elephant so it's a perfect place to explore everything Tanzania has to offer.It is best in the dry season, July – November, when large herds of game, including eland, kudu, wildebeest, buffalo and elephant, are drawn to the permanent...
Western Tanzania
Gombe Stream and Mahale Mountains are extraordinarily beautiful national parks by the shores of Lake Tanganyika.Draped in lush emerald vegetation, the remote Mahale Mountain chain, inhabited by the wild chimpanzees made famous by Jane Goodall’s work in the 60s, rise behind the sandy beaches...
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