Serengeti stands for endless plains. On these grassy plains, with an area larger than Flanders, you will not only find the 1.5 million wildebeest and zebra that make up the migration. There are also unrivalled numbers of lions, leopards and cheetahs.
Lake Natron: "Leaving the beaten track"
Lake Natron: "Leaving the beaten track". Far from the crowds, in a seemingly uninhabitable area, you will find the splendour of Lake Natron & the sacred mountain of the Masaai: Ol Donyo Lengai. It is difficult to describe in words why a visit to this region is for so many people the highlight of a trip to Tanzania.
Ngorongoro: "Discover one of the wonders of the world".
The high plains of Ngorongoro Conservation Area are especially known for its impressive crater, also called Africa's Garden of Eden or the Eighth Wonder of the World. A beautiful place for a safari.
Enduimet: "The hidden gem at the footstep of Kilimanjaro".
Enduimet Wildlife Management Area, a beautiful area stretching west of Kilimanjaro, is still a well-kept secret. This hidden gem, situated between Amboseli National Park and Kilimanjaro National Park, forms a vital corridor for large herds of elephants.
Tarangire: "The largest concentration of elephants in the world".
Tarangire National Park, home of the elephant'. You can read this just before you enter the park. We would add the baobab to that! But the main attraction of this beautiful national park is indeed the unparalleled number of elephants. A must for your safari!
This adventure requires good preparation. Good equipment, high-quality guides, a certain degree of comfort for your overnight stays and optimal planning are no superfluous luxury. After all, they significantly increase your chances of a successful expedition.
Arusha: "'Safari & Hiking Capital"
Arusha is the ideal base for the start of an ascent of Mt. Meru (4560m) & Kilimanjaro (5895m). Safaris depart from Arusha. Arusha is the place for a night out, good food, a cultural walk...
Zanzibar: "White beaches, relaxing"
The 'zan' of Tan'zan'ia, that idyllic tropical island with azure waters and pearly white beaches. The best reason to visit Zanzibar, in our opinion, is very simple: it is the ultimate place to look back on a rewarding safari, Kilimanjaro climb or other adventure.