Tanzania - African Encounters


Popular conceptions of what constitutes ‘quintessential Africa’ are arguably inspired and informed by some of the highlights of Tanzania – iconic and powerful as they are. The vast Serengeti, with the phenomenon of the annual migration of the wildebeest; the Ngorongoro crater, the largest caldera in the world; and the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro – have all long been enormous drawcards to Africa. However, the country also boasts less celebrated areas with equally rich ecosystems and dense wildlife… and fewer guests. The lesser-known parks and reserves in the south of the country offer a more remote safari experience; the diverse range of wildlife encounters extends to the best chimp viewing in Africa in the west of the country. Finally, the turquoise seas of the Indian Ocean offer some incredible marine experiences, notably from some of the islands, famed for their beauty, coral reefs, and rich sea life.

5 - 20 October 2024 - FULL!
lions and vehicle Kenya

Tanzania & Kenya
Ngorongoro, Serengeti, Laikipia, Samburu, Maasai Mara

Explore Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti, as well as the Maasai Mara, Laikipia and Samburu in remote northern Kenya. Stay in intimate luxury safari camps in private conservancies for exceptional game viewing without the crowds.
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19 - 25 February 2024
baby zebra serengeti

Tanzania: Migration Calving Season

It's perhaps the greatest spectacle of the Serengeti - the migration few know about. It's calving season in the southern Serengeti for wildebeest, zebra, and antelopes.
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29 Sep - 5 Oct 2024
elephants at Selous Impala camp

Tanzania’s Secret South

Venture off the beaten track in Tanzania's Secret South on guided walks, day and night game drives, boating and fishing in Ruaha and Nyerere parks. Tanzania’s vast southern areas are remote and wild.
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Stone Town market Zanzibar

Zanzibar, the Spice Island

Zanzibar is a small archipelago in the Indian Ocean Located off the coast of Tanzania, Zanzibar consists of three main islands, Unguja, Pemba and Mafia Islands. It is home to a rich and diverse culture influenced over time by its many settlers including the Sumerians, Egyptians, Indians, Chinese, Persians, Portuguese, Dutch and British. Known as […]
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