Tanzania Safari options offer the best of African wildlife magic! The vast Serengeti Plains, the world heritage site of the Ngorongoro Crater, the highest mountain in Africa Mount Kilimanjaro, unique parks like Tarangire and Lake Manyara and the spice island of Zanzibar! Here you can indulge in a superb holiday with everything at your finger tips. Relax and enjoy a country that has been doing it right for decades with a Tanzania Safari option!

Tanzania Safari destinations are attractions in their own right. However, drawing thousands of visitors every year is the annual Great Migration through the Serengeti and Masai Mara. The “Northern Circuit” including the Serengeti, is one of the most travelled in the country. We have super itineraries absorbing these highlights.

If you check out the best time to go then you too can be witness to the Great Migration on your Tanzania Safari. Around 1 million Wildebeest, Zebra and plains game, and all the predators that follow! With some incredible luxury accommodation on offer, Tanzania Safari options can be a Romantic hotspot or easiest for family fun. If this is your ultimate honeymoon destination you are in the right place for a fabulous “bush and beach” combination. From luxury lodge and tented accommodation, to real colonial Africa owned by some of the best Tanzania Safari operators out there. &Beyond and Singita operate Tanzania Safari offerings and combined with island paradise at Mnemba Island, just off the coast of Zanzibar, you have a perfect African honeymoon.

Zanzibar is not known as the spice island for nothing. A holiday here can involve endless days of blue sky, sunshine and warm Indian Ocean. Activities like snorkeling or diving. Or you can get active on the island and enjoy one of the many tours and activities on offer along with more traditional Tanzania Safari options.


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Most people when conjuring up images of Africa have the vast open tree-less grasslands of the Serengeti on Tanzania safari holiday in their mind. This iconic African landscape has become famous over the years by amazing photography and one of the biggest wildlife spectacles on the planet, The Great Migration! The Serengeti combines well with Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara National Park. Read More


One of the most famous safari destinations in the world Ngorongoro Crater is a World Heritage Site. With 30,000 animals in a 100 square miles game viewing, and particularly Big 5 game viewing, is undeniably the best in the world! Here you have the opportunity of seeing all Big 5 in one game drive on your Tanzania Safari. Read More


Tanzania’s immense Selous Game Reserve is one of the largest nature reserves in the world – about three times larger than South Africa’s Kruger National Park. The Selous is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Rufiji River is widely regarded as east Africa’s greatest eco-system and attracts wildlife from all over the flat acacia woodlands which surround it. Read More


The magical tropical spice island of Zanzibar! An ideal addition to any Tanzania safari. A welcome easy getaway for families or ideal for a romantic break or honeymoon paradise! Zanzibar is located in the Indian Ocean just off the coast of Tanzania. There are numerous islands that make up the Archipelago but Zanzibar is the biggest and most widely used by visitors. Read More


ake Manyara National Park is a small park in the Arusha Region and is dominated by the alkaline Lake Manyara. The fresh water lake is seasonal home to around three million migratory lesser and greater pink flamingoes. The flamingoes and unusual tree climbing lions, is what has made this National Park famous! Lake Manyara is one of four lakes within the Great Rift Valley. Read More


The Tarangire National Park is not as famous as some of its neighbors but is a great addition to the Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit. If you are driving to Ngorongoro Crater or the Serengeti it is often used as a stopover for a night or two. This breaks the journey, as the roads in East Africa are not of the highest quality which makes driving conditions tough. Read More


Tanzania’s Ruah National Park covers more than 20226 km2 making it the largest park in east Africa. It encapsulates a diverse variety of eco-systems and sits at the transitional point of two vegetation zones; semi-arid savannah dotted with skeletal baobab and acacia trees and Zambezian Miombo vegetation. Ruaha comes from the Hehe word ‘Ruvaha’ which means river as the Mzombe and Great Ruaha rivers traverse the region and dominate the natural landscape. Read More


Arusha is a city in Northern Tanzania, Capital of the Arusha Region. It should more aptly be referred to as the Capital of Tanzania Safari magic! Within driving distance of Lake Manyara National Park, Tarangire National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti, not many places in the world are surrounded by such an amazing choice of famous National Parks! Read More