Why go to Tanzania


The statistics speak for themselves: Africa’s highest and fifth-highest mountains, Africa’s most spectacular mammalian migration, the world’s largest intact volcanic crater, and the Serengeti: a place that many regard to be the greatest national park on the continent.

The Serengeti is regarded as the greatest game reserve on the planet

Infrastructure – both inside and outside of the protected areas – is reasonably well developed making self-drive travel and overlanding an attractive proposition, especially when you consider that English is also quite widely spoken throughout the country. While Tanzania boasts such a diverse safari offering, it also has extensive areas of true wilderness with limited tourist numbers frequenting many of its national parks and wildlife areas, especially on the wilder southern safari circuit.

Giraffe in the Serengeti strike a pose