Tanzania is the best place to see wildlife. The popular Serengeti and Ngorongoro National Park are the best national parks for watching wild game.

Most people on African safari is a significant investment in the “Trip of a Lifetime” and for a large portion it becomes a wonderful obsession to return again and again. Planning the ultimate safari can be a daunting task with infinite choices to make and amazing brochures and promises that make every choice sound perfect. Our planning philosophy is to have an open dialogue to determine what a client is hoping to see and experience on safari. Based on factors such as budget, time of travel, and certain desired style choices we can recommend the best options to create the ultimate custom safari experience.

Tanzania Safari Ideas

Here are some of the best places to include in your safari in Tanzania;

1. Ngorongoro Crater Game Reserve

Our top Tanzania tour destination. The world seems to be represented in this jewel of a crater, from forests to desert each area of the crater seems to represent a different landscape. Packed full of over 20000 large animals this 250 square kilometer park offers tremendous game viewing and breathtaking views.

2. Serengeti National Park

The worlds most well known game park and arguably one of the best. It is the scene of the annual wildebeest migration the most magnificent wildlife spectacle on the planet today. Also the home of the big five.

3. Mount Kilimanjaro Climb

Climb the highest free standing mountain in the world. We suggest a 6 day climb to make sure you are properly acclimatized and have a higher chance of reaching the summit.

4. Zanzibar: Stone Town and Beaches

A beautiful East African Island that whisks you away to Persian architecture, history abounds and pristine beaches await. Connect your game viewing safari to a few days the island to get the best beach and bush safari. The best way to end your Tanzania tour.

5. Tarangire National Park

Join a walking safari in Tarangire National Park. Just a short drive from Arusha the lanscape offers optimal conditionals for walking safari and viewing animals

6. Olduvai Gorge Archaeological Visit

The most famous archaeological site in East Africa. The gorge was made famous over the years through the excavations of Louis and Mary Leaky who found the remains of early man  Homo Habilis on this site. Located on the edge of the Serengeti National park it is easily combined within a Serengeti and Ngorongoro Tour.

7. Lake Manyara National Park

A small gem of a park sitting under the Rift Valley Escarpmet and Ngorongoro Crater. Based around Lake Manyara you can hope to see flamingo, tree climbing lions the park is famous for plus be amongst Africa’s higest concentrations of elephants.