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Everything you need to know about the Selous Game Reserve

The Selous Game Reserve is one of Africa’s oldest protected wildlife areas and was proclaimed a protected area in 1896.  It was established as a game reserve in 1922 and named after Sir Frederick Courtney Selous, a famous big game hunter, British officer, conservationist and explorer. Selous was killed while fighting the Germans in WW2, in the Beho Beho area of the game reserve. The…

12 reasons why you should visit the Lake Manyara National Park

If you’re heading on a Tanzania safari, a visit to the Lake Manyara National Park is the perfect way to start. Just under a two hours drive from Arusha, the Lake Manyara National Park is a great pit-stop as you head towards the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti National Park. To give you an idea of what you may see, here are 12 reasons why you should visit the Lake Manyara National…

Two weeks in Tanzania - A holiday itinerary

Every year, thousands of travellers flock to Tanzania to experience its natural attractions such as Zanzibar, Mount Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater. If you’re planning on going on a safari to East Africa’s largest country, here’s how you can spend a two week safari in Tanzania. Spend seven days in the Serengeti National Park Best time to go: Game viewing in the…

How to prepare for Kilimanjaro

If you really look at it, Kilimanjaro is a multi-day hike at altitude, although it remains challenging and shouldn't be underestimated. To get fit for Kilimanjaro on your Tanzania safari, the best preparation is to walk and hike and then do it all over again. You need to remember that hiking at high altitude is strenuous, so the more preparation you do before, the easier it will be on the…

Should you take your kids on a Great Migration safari?

The Great Migration is one of the most intriguing spectacles of nature. Every year, millions of wildebeest and plains game traverse the Serengeti in Tanzania and head north to Kenya's Masai Mara in search of rich feeding grounds, and fresh water sources.  The paths that these animals follow present their own unique set of challenges, including surviving the Grumeti river crossing in…

Five luxury camps in Tanzania to visit in 2017

Tanzania is spectacular with wildlife extravaganza. This vast and sparsely populated country hosts some of the greatest wildlife experience. Boasting 14 national parks and numerous game reserves - this is home to the largest wildlife herd on the African continent, as well as the palm-fringed Island of Zanzibar - ideal for post-safari relaxation. However, we’ve selected the five luxury…