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So where do we go?

Our guides have over 20 years experience in Safari Tours all across Tanzania. They know the best times, the best spots and most importantly the best 'off the beaten track' places for the ultimate viewing experience. 

On this page we've compiled some information on just some of the places we go. If there is a place you wish to see whilst in Tanzania then we encourage you to think about doing a customised safari so that you get the most out of your visit. 

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The Serengeti is Tanzania's oldest and most popular national park, it is also a world heritage site and recently proclaimed a 7th world wide wonder.
The Serengeti National Park
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Ngorongoro Crater is a vast and unbroken volcanic crater ring called a caldera, the largest in the world in fact, and it's home to nearly every species of African animal.
Ngorongoro Crater
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Lake Manyara National Park offers a wilderness experience in diverse habitats, from its Rift Valley soda lake to dense woodlands and steep mountainsides.
Lake Manyara National Park
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LakeEyasi(Grid).jpg
Lake Eyasi, just south of the Serengeti, is a wild, scenically stunning area where you can get a real insight into the way of life of some of Tanzania's fascinating tribes.
Lake Eyasi
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Olduvai Gorge is the most famous archaeological location in East Africa, and a popular stopover point for travellers coming from the Serengeti or Ngorongoro.
Olduvai Gorge
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Arusha(Grid).jpg
Famous for the colobus monkeys, Arusha National Park is one of the smallest parks but it is varied with spectacular landscapes including Mt. Meru, Mt. Kilimanjaro's little brother. 
Arusha National Park
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Tarangire National Park covers an undulating area of 2,600km2. The park's most obvious features are the permanent Tarangire River, which runs the length of it, and the vast 'swamps' – which are, in fact, dry for most of the year.
Tarangire National Park
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Kilimanjaro(Grid).jpg
Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro is the experience of a lifetime! Rising 5895 metres above the East African plains, it is the tallest freestanding mountain in the world. We now work exclusively with a trekking company operating at the highest standard.
Mt. Kilimanjaro