Explore the Savanna & endless plains…
‘He that travels much knows much.’
From the magic of the Spice Islands of Zanzibar to the supernatural spectacle of the wildebeest migration, Tanzania has a lot to offer for everyone. This country boasts some of the most scenic African Savannah in Africa.
Tanzania has a strong presence of tourism in the North, however, further South and East, if your seeking less visited parks, these following areas are very remote, with few visitors, so do consider and talk with us about; Selous Game Reserve, Ruaha National Park, Mikumi National Park, Katavi National Park & Mahale National Park; Jane Goodall’s first main research camp for studying the chimps.
It is possible to visit Tanzania’s Serengeti and not be surrounded by multiple numbers of vehicles by simply using some common sense, careful planning and a little strategy, most importantly talk to an expert who can help you avoid the congestion.
Understanding the different areas of the Serengeti National Park & the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation area, is important, you should know why you are staying where you are – in such a large eco-system. In the National Park you can’t go off road, in the Ngorongoro Conservation area in the South, around Lakes Masek and Ndutu, you can so it’s about understanding where you are, and why – the pro’s and con’s. Let’s look at the map together, creating a journey that is good for you and Africa!
A heart deep in love has no patience
Moyo wa kupenda hauna Subira
– Kiswahili proverb