Tanzania safaris offer; superb wildlife including the famous wildebeest migration, the highest mountain in Africa and beautiful beaches lapped by the Indian Ocean. Tanzania offers all that is needed for a superb holiday or romantic honeymoon.

The country covers 937,062 sq kms and varies from the tropical coastline, to the great central plateau of rich brown savannah grass and bush; from the forest covered mountains to vast expanse of rolling grasslands in the north east.

Tanzania is home to some of the most incredible wildlife sights in the world – the annual migration of wildebeest and zebra on the Serengeti Plains is the most spectacular vision you can see in the natural world. It is a land of vast space which does mean, on occasions, long drives to reach your destination or short flights in light aircraft, but within the wildlife sanctuaries, there are also vast numbers of game to be seen and the right times of the year.

We are experts on holidays to Tanzania with some of our number having been brought up in the country and having travelled extensively throughout. We can offer advice as to where to visit, what camps or lodges will be most suitable for you and when to visit. The itineraries we have on the web site are excellent itineraries offering great value for money but please remember these are only examples and we do specialise in preparing an itinerary to suit your individual requirements.

The itineraries we have on the web site are just to give you some idea of prices and types of safaris on offer they are not meant to be definitive.

A summary of those itineraries with prices is

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Classic Tanzania

A safari and beach combination visiting northern Tanzania for a 6 day safari with your own guide and exclusive use of a 4 wheel drive safari vehicle before flying to Zanzibar to relax on the beach concluding with a couple of days in Stone Town

Prices from £3,560 per person including international return flights from London.

Tanzania Safari

Rivers & Spice

A safari visiting a small safari camp in the Selous Game Reserve with excellent game viewing before flying to the fabled “spice” island of Zanzibar

Prices from £2,446 per person including international return flights from London

Selous Safari

Gems of the South

A romantic holiday visiting small exclusive safari camps in the Selous Game Reserve and the remote Ruaha National Park before resting on the shores of the Indian Ocean in idle luxury.

Prices from £4,778 per person including international return flights from Londo

Selous

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You can safari in Tanzania any month of the year but the weather may not be the best at certain times plus some properties close over the rainy season. In addition there are some months when it can be great to be on the Serengeti but other months when it may be a tad boring. In summary the key points to think about are:

In December thru to the end of March the wildebeest migration of up to 2 million animals including up to half a million zebras tends to be on the southern reaches of the Serengeti Plains. The pregnant mothers give birth during late February early March. During these months the game viewing in the north of Tanzania can be spectacular with vast amounts of activity taking place.

During April and May some of safari camps especially in Southern Tanzania are closed due to the rains as are some of the smaller hotels in Zanzibar.

From late July early August until October the wildebeest migration are “on holiday” from the Serengeti having migrated into Kenya. The vast plains which normally accommodate up to 2 million animals are never literally empty but if those animals have migrated elsewhere it does seem very empty when you drive over them for some time without seeing very much. But during July to October Southern Tanzania has some superb game viewing and excellent weather.

The itineraries we have on the web site are just to give you some idea of prices and types of safaris on offer they are not meant to be definitive.