Safari Destinations

Discover the best Safari spots in Tanzania

As the majority of our safaris and tours are concentrated within Tanzania’s great parks, we thought you might like to have a glimpse into what they have to offer before planning your own amazing adventure with us.

Ngorongoro Crater

Known as one of the world's most astonishing and renowned natural wonders, the vastness and beautiful setting of the Ngorongoro Crater are truly overwhelming and the best place to visit. The Crater is the largest unflooded, intact caldera and the World Heritage site that is characterized by a highland plateau with volcanic mountains as well as several craters, extensive savannah, and forests. The crater floor is predominantly grasslands with two swamps fed by streams, and the Lerai Forest. The walls of the crater are lightly forested.


Covered with spectacular landscapes, and a rich variety of wildlife, Arusha National Park is simply a little paradise and a great introductory Safari choice if you have a few nights before starting your Tanzania adventure. While smaller in size compared to the others, the park does have its own distinct charms. Just a few kilometers northeast of Arusha town, visitors expect the same game-viewing experience as they find in other parts of Tanzania common animals like giraffe, Cape buffalo, zebra, warthog,

The Serengeti National Park

Known for its highest concentration of large mammals on this planet, The Serengeti is one of the largest and best-known nature reserves in the world. Not only the diversity but also the sheer number of animals that lived there – especially the enormous herds of ungulates, makes the area a unique spectacle for nature lovers and wildlife photographers. What makes the Serengeti such a formidable location for game viewing throughout the year is its distinct seasonal changes that shape the migration’s pattern.

Tarangire National Park

Only a few wildlife sanctuaries anywhere in the continent are able to offer characteristically African natural environments of the kind to be seen throughout Tarangire National Park. The woodlands are dotted with gigantic baobabs trees and some of the most essential icons of Africa’s wildlife can be found easily – Plenty of migratory mammals typical of the plains – big herds of elephants and buffalos and the might predators

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park is most famed for its tree-climbing lions that may be seen (if you are very lucky) sleeping amongst the branches of acacia trees. The park is situated in the Great Rift Valley where hippos abound along with the excellent bird life as well as elephant and baboon. This 125-square-mile (325-km2) park has the Great Rift Valley Escarpment for a dramatic backdrop and was once one of the most popular hunting areas of Tanzania.


If it needs to be said, Ruaha national park, and it is simply one of the largest National Park in Tanzania and one of the few wilderness areas where one can have a rare experience of wildlife viewing spiced up by the astonishing landscape. With the almost untouched and unexplored wilderness, travelers are always rewarded with a great and unique safari experience. The game viewing is prolific with ungulates including impala, waterbuck, bushbuck, giraffe, zebra, and buffalo.