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Ngorongoro Crater

In 1951, the enormous Serengeti National Park was declared, encompassing the present Serengeti, plus the Ngorongoro area and surrounding Crater Highlands. Today, this is split into the present-day Serengeti National Park, and the current Ngorongoro Conservation Area. […]

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TANZANIAN COUPLES SAFARI

    Start your journey at Lake Manyara National Park, where you will encounter breathtaking views of the Maasai Steppe and the mountains on the south. See the largest concentration of baboons and lions climbing on trees. […]

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Selous Game Reserve

The Southern Circuit epitomizes Tanzania in her most pristine form, off the beaten track, away from the crowds of tourists and the sound of other safari vehicles. Here you will find prolific wildlife unscathed by human interaction, […]

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The Olduvai Gorge

Olduvai Gorge is an archaeological site located in the eastern Serengeti Plains. The gorge is a steep sided ravine roughly 30 miles long and 295 ft. deep. Exposed deposits show rich fossil fauna, many hominid remains and […]

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Ruaha National Park

Located in Central Tanzania, 128km west of Iringa, Ruaha National Park, second largest in Tanzania, the reserve is perhaps the least well-known.  Covering a conservation area of 10,300 square kilometres in the south-west of the country, Ruaha […]

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UDZUNGWA MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK

This is the most extensive and bio diverse mountain range in Southern Tanzania sheltering many endemic species of birds, primates, plants, amphibians, butterflies and reptiles including the Pygmy Bearded Chameleon.  The Udzungwa Mountains National Park is part […]

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Tanzania is our passion!

  If you are thinking of spending your next holiday viewing the prolific wildlife of Africa, scaling the continents highest mountain, or relaxing on the palm fringed shores of the Indian Ocean, then Tanzania is your quintessential […]

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