Have the Safari of your dreams

Tanzania is a land that overwhelms! Blessed with verdant wildlife and diverse landscapes, Tanzania has been the ultimate safari destination for its startling array of adventure fixes. “Best safari destination in Africa”, we don’t claim that but that’s the vote of confidence from industry experts and safari travellers from around the world. And guess what? It took just dramatic settings of endless plains and the great migration of the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater to swing the crown Tanzania’s way.  Agreed they are the spearhead for their untamed natural splendours teeming with game and heritage site tag to boot, but there still plenty more.

As home to 20% of Africa’s mammal biomass, Tanzania will captivate you with the Big 5 that abound in Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Park.  The canvas adds a pinkish hue with the flamingos clouding the simmering soda lakes of Lake Manyara. Excellent for game drives and walking safaris, the lakes dotting the parks provide for fascinating boating experience. While on boating, do you know that Africa’s largest lakes are (Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi) are in Tanzania? Not only that, Tanzania has the second largest variety of birds found on the continent. So much said and still, we haven’t touched the ice-capped Kilimanjaro that attracts 50,000 trekkers every year or the pristine beaches of Zanzibar and Pemba that will have your bewitched with its enthralling settings.

Solo, couple, with family, budgeted or luxury, Tanzania is set for all set to enamour you with some ingenious packets that give the best immersive experience of a lifetime.

What are you waiting for? Strap on your camera and hop into your flight but before that buzz us on Tanganyika Safari.


Have the Safari of your dreams

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Explore Tanzania

Over two hundred species of mammals, ungulates, and primates have been recorded in Tanzania. The birdlife numbers over 1500 species supported by fresh and soda lakes. Because of the wealth of plant and flower life, there are over 1500 species of butterflies and 1700 species of moths. Reptiles are represented by turtles, chameleons, lizards and geckos. Freshwater fish can be found in all of the lakes and rivers and represent approximately 800 species. Off the coast, including Zanzibar and smaller islands, there is an abundance of marine life to be seen. The coral reefs support 40 classes of both soft and stony species and there are 350 species of tropical fish. 35 species of marine mammals live in these waters including whales, dolphins and the endangered dugong.

The forest ecosystems which exist in Tanzania include the coastal mangroves, rainforest and savannah bushland. Over 3250 different types of trees are represented in Tanzania. The Kitulo plateau is called “the Garden of God” or “the Serengeti of Flowers” and is home to over 350 vascular plant species and over 45 identified endemic terrestrial orchid species. Kitulo National Park was gazetted in 2005 and since then a new species of primate named Kipunji was found there. This primate is one of the 25 most endangered primates in the world.