Serengeti: Home to the great migration.
Serengeti National Park is a World Heritage Site teeming with wildlife: over 2 million ungulates, 4000 lions, 1000 leopard, 550 cheetahs and some 500 bird species inhabit an area close to 15,000 square kilometers in size. Join us on a safari and explore the endless Serengeti plains dotted with trees and kopjes from which majestic lions control their kingdom; gaze upon the Great Migration in awe or find an elusive leopard in a riverine forest. Or perhaps see everything from a bird’s-eye view and soar over the plains at sunrise during a hot air balloon safari. Accommodation options come in every price range - the sound of lions roaring at night is complimentary.
5-Day Remote Tribes & Wildlife Adventure Explore the best of Tanzania on this 5-day adventure that offers you the chance to see some of Africa’s greatest wildlife while also visiting one of the few remaining bushmen tribes to walk the earth. The journey will cover the country’s Northern Safari Circuit, taking you to the Ngorongoro […]
13 Days Safari
13 Days Extremely Wildlife Safari Tanzania is a great ornithological destination; the avifauna of Tanzania included a total of 1114 confirmed species as of August 2019. Of them, 30 are endemic, 44 are accidental, and four have been introduced by humans. This is the third highest in Africa, representing more than 10% of the global […]
8 Days Hiking Kilimanjaro
Mountain Kilimanjaro, Tanzania Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest freestanding mountain as well as 4th most prominent mountain in world. Rising 5,882 metres or 19,298 ft from the base. The exact meaning and origin of name Kilimanjaro is unknown. It is thought to be a combination of the Swahili word Kilima (Meaning “Mountain”) and the Kichagga […]
11-Day Wildlife Safari & Zanzibar
Wildlife Safari & Zanzibar Tanzania is a great ornithological destination; the avifauna of Tanzania included a total of 1114 confirmed species as of August 2019. Of them, 30 are endemic, 44 are accidental, and four have been introduced by humans. This is the third highest in Africa, representing more than 10% of the global avifauna. […]