Where to go on safari in Tanzania?
Where to go in Tanzania?
A very tough question; let us break it down.
A Tanzania safari in Tanzania's Northern safari parks is simply put, iconic, especially if you go to the legendary and spectacular Serengeti National Park - home to The Great Migration. Here, you can also see the Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park and Lake Manyara.
A Tanzania safari in Tanzania's Southern safari parks is perfect for those who are after something more raw, private, adventurous yet luxurious. The National Parks, Nyerere and Ruaha, are less travelled compared to Tanzania's Northern Parks and offer fantastic walking and water based activities.
A Tanzania safari in Tanzania's Western safari parks, Katavi and Mahale, is going off the beaten track. Due to the relative costs and inaccessibility of the region, only those ready to invest time and money tend to be able to get out here, which is a shame as this is an outstanding region of Africa.
A tropical paradise just a short scenic flight away, the Zanzibar Archipelago is a unique blend of Africa, Arabia and Europe. Popular as a post-safari choice, a holiday here can also be a great stand-alone escape. From any safari location in Tanzania you can reach the beach within a few hours.
Tanzania's National Parks
Each of Tanzania’s parks, reserves and regions promises a unique safari experience with a fantastic variety of wildlife. Explore our range of safari locations or if you are looking for some inspiration, speak to one of our Tanzania safari experts.