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What To See & Do On Safari In Tanzania Luxury Tanzania Safari Experiences, Curated For You

Tanzania is arguably the safari capital of the world. As well as getting the lion’s share of the Great Wildebeest Migration, it’s home to masses of game that don’t migrate. Apart from that, there’s plenty to see and do on your luxury Tanzanian safari, including discovering mankind’s origins, meeting chimpanzees or even sleeping in a treehouse.

Going on safari at Lake Manyara

Before our luxury safari in Tanzania, we thought that leopard were the only cats that climbed trees. On our Lake Manyara safari, we soon learned that lion also do. PerhapsContinue Exploring…...

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Meeting chimpanzees at Greystoke Mahale

During your visit to the beautiful Greystoke Mahale camp, on the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika, you’ll have the chance to meet Tanzania’s chimpanzees in the wild. To spend aContinue Exploring…...

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Taking a safari into the Ngorongoro Crater

An essential, bucket-list experience on any visit to Tanzania is a Ngorongoro Crater safari. Descend into this 20km-wide and 600m-deep volcanic caldera for a safari experience like no other, packed withContinue Exploring…...

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Sleeping in a Selous treehouse

A luxury, private Selous treehouse in Tanzania offers guests the chance to enjoy a safari under the stars in the middle of the African bush. You’ll experience the savannah at its mostContinue Exploring…...

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Soaring over the Serengeti in a balloon

Serengeti balloon safaris in northern Tanzania offer a thrilling adventure. You’re suspended in a wicker basket above the plains of East Africa with the sun peeping over the horizon and aContinue Exploring…...

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Witnessing wildebeest calving in the Serengeti

The awe of witnessing the Great Wildebeest Migration can be topped by only one thing: seeing the migrating wildebeest calving. If you visit the Serengeti during February and March, you’llContinue Exploring…...

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Watching wildebeest cross the Grumeti

The Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the natural world’s most astonishing phenomena. Each year, more than a million wildebeest do a loop of the Serengeti and the Masai MaraContinue Exploring…...

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Going on the move with the wildebeest migration

The Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the natural world’s most astonishing phenomena. Each year, nearly two million wildebeest and accompanying zebra trek from the Serengeti to the Masai MaraContinue Exploring…...

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Discovering human origins at Olduvai Gorge

Tanzania’s archaeological sites at Olduvai Gorge and Laetoli make the Ngorongoro Conservation Area one of the world’s most significant places for the study of human evolution. Visit this cradle ofContinue Exploring…...

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Making footprints across the Serengeti

A stay in a private concession in the greater Serengeti allows you the opportunity to explore the wilderness on foot. As well as seeing some of the details often missedContinue Exploring…...

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Exploring the lovely Tarangire

If you’d like to see a rare white giraffe, go on a Tarangire safari in northern Tanzania – Omo lives nearby. If you go in the dry season, you’ll seeContinue Exploring…...

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Dancing with flamingos in Tanzania

Tanzania’s Rift Valley Lakes provide the incredible spectacle of immense flocks of flamingos gathering to feed and breed on these otherwise inhospitable stretches of sodic water. The juxtaposition of theirContinue Exploring…...

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Slowing down between Tarangire and Manyara

This area of northern Tanzania is the birthplace of the slow safari – when you take a breather from frantically trying to spot game and simply be present in Africa.Continue Exploring…...

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Taking a scuba safari on the magical reefs of Zanzibar

Board a traditional dhow and sail to a pristine coral-reef atoll off the island of Zanzibar. Don scuba-diving equipment and descend into a wondrous realm that teems with every tropicalContinue Exploring…...

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Swimming with dolphin in Zanzibar

Board a dhow and set sail into the tropical seas around Zanzibar. Don mask and fins, slip over the side and experience the elation of an exclusive swim with dolphinContinue Exploring…...

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Watching the sunset from a dhow

Board a traditional dhow and set sail from tropical shores on a private Zanzibar dhow cruise. Enjoy sundowners under the tugging triangle of a lateen sail as the sun sinksContinue Exploring…...

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Having a safari under the stars in southern Tanzania

Head to the Selous or Ruaha reserves in southern Tanzania for a never-to-be-forgotten fly camping safari under the stars. Walk from your lodge to a private fly camp in theContinue Exploring…...

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Cruising the Rufiji River Delta

Instead of a traditional game drive, how about an unforgettable aquatic safari on a Rufiji River boat? The Selous Game Reserve is a prime wildlife destination and the water dimensionContinue Exploring…...

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Roaming the remote Selous on safari

The immense Selous Game Reserve in southern Tanzania is one of the largest and least visited of all of Africa’s game parks, making it the perfect place to get farContinue Exploring…...

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