Arusha, a central hub, located at the base of volcanic Mount Meru is a gateway to all northern circuit safari destinations and the notorious Mount Kilimanjaro. Mount Meru – protected within Arusha National Park offers a hiking destination for its visitors, with the river paths and waterfalls creating a calming experience for hikers, not forgetting an unparalleled view of its famous neighbor, Mount Kilimanjaro.
Arusha National Park, though a small park, presents a game viewing experience around the Momela Lake, in addition to being a nest to the Ngurdoto Crater and lush highland forests that blanket the lower slopes of spectacular Mount Meru.
Lake Manyara National Park; a 330 square kilometer wildlife haven named after Lake Manyara is famous for its tree climbing lions, elephants, giraffes, baboons, blue monkeys, wildebeest and flamingos flocking the Acacia woodlands of the national park. 126 kilometers west of Arusha town, the trail of the national park can be navigated within a few hours, with the Rift Valley escarpment forming a noteworthy landmark to the beautiful Lake Manyara.
Manyara boasts as a center for recreational activities such as canoeing when water levels are sufficiently high, picnicking, mountain bike tours, abseiling, forest walks and exploring the wildlife during night game drives.
An island characterized by its history and hidden secrets, beaches and its never-ending horizons, 19th century landmarks and winding lanes is in essence Zanzibar. Previously referred to as Unguja, Zanzibar is a Tanzania archipelago, off the East African coast, accessible via boat or air from the mainland Dar es Salaam, making it a quick getaway from day to day life.
Visitors from far and wide come here to explore the wonders of historic Zanzibar, from the Old Fort, Slave Trade Market, Prison Island, Stone Town, Spice Farms, Jozani Forest, to snorkeling and appreciating the coral wildlife in the clear waters of the Indian Ocean.
Tag along with us on your passport to paradise and discover what Zanzibar has to offer.
A natural volcanic caldera, inhabiting a diverse range of habitats and wildlife is the jewel that tops the crown of The Ngorongoro Crater. Situated in the Arusha region of Tanzania, the crater holds home to two internationally- known fossil and archaeological sites; Laetoli and Olduvai Gorge. Olduvai Gorge is found in the Great Rift Valley, between the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti National Park, proven invaluable in the further understanding of human evolution.
West of the Ngorongoro Crater is Laetoli, a fossil-rich area that possesses a preservation of hominid footprints in volcanic rocks dated back to 3.6 million years, representing some of the earliest signs of mankind in the world.
Tarangire National Park, named after Tarangire River, dominates the Manyara region, where the National Park counts as the 6th largest park in Tanzania. Defined by the long- distance migration of zebras and wildebeest, Tarangire hosts over 450 different wildlife species, holding the best bird-watching experience in the region.
With the Tarangire River as a water source for the resident wildlife, the meandering course of the river provides a lure for animals and other wildlife encounters for our visitors.
Cleave yourself from the world and connect into the seasonal rhythm of wild Africa at Tarangire National Park.
Set in the Southwest of Kenya, Maasai Mara is contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Easily accessed by air via Nairobi, the Mara Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness, mostly inhabited by zebras, hippos, cheetahs, elephants and lions.
Grassy plains and rolling hills filling the landscape, crossing the Mara and Talek rivers is the charm of the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Serengeti, a name derived by the Maasai language meaning ‘endless plains’ is the best description of this extraordinary wildlife sanctuary. Serengeti spans out across 30,000 square kilometers, hosting the largest migration in the world, with the resident population of lions, cheetahs, leopards, wildebeest, giraffes, zebras and way more.
Located mainly in Northern Tanzania, extending into the South-West of Kenya, Serengeti is home to the Maasai tribe, that are a symbol to African culture based on their long preserved beliefs and their unique way of life. Their dress style and strategic territory along the borders of Tanzania and Kenya have made them East Africa’s most internationally known tourist attractions.
Join us in exploring the vast forms of landscapes and wildlife of alluring Serengeti.