There is no destination like Tanzania for a Safari, and RAYMOND A. SWAI Manager of GET IN SAFARIS in the country will look after organizing all the details. Statistics speak for themselves: a quarter of its territory is protected land led by The Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the amazing Sealous Reserve as well as a rich mosaic of areas which mean that 20% of the total population of great African mammals live within their borders.
But Tanzania (union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar) is much more than safaris. It bears mountain summits such as Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru – the first and fifth highest peaks in Africa – it is also home to the 3 largest lakes in the Continent: Victoria, Tanganyika and Natron. And rounding it all off, the magic and charm of islands like Zanzibar, pearl of the Indian Ocean, which offers fantastic beaches and fabulous places for scuba diving.
Consequently, how can we describe the wide choice of a country offering such wonders as Kilimanjaro, Serengeti, Ngorongoro or Zanzibar?
It is, however, quite easy to describe the Tanzanian experience. It all amounts to just one single word that visitors will hear several times a day: the warm and welcoming Swahili greeting – karibu! – welcome!
The most complete journey through Northern Tanzania, all in one. Fourteen unforgettable days full of emotions.
This stunning Safari takes the traveller to the magic jewels of Northern Tanzania. A nine-day Safari full of emotions.
This stunning Safari provides you with the opportunity to visit the mythic parks of Northern Tanzania and to experience the feeling of a dip in old times which are not passed but still quite real. The visit to the Bushmen in Lake Eyasi will leave a big mark on you. This and much more in just 11 days.
Mixed in Kenya and Tanzania
This thrilling Safari takes the traveller to the jewels of Northern Tanzania and includes the mythic Amboseli National Park in Kenya, home to the towering snow-capped Kilimanjaro dominating the savanna. It is a 11-day Safari.
Tanzania Parks and Reserves
We can see in Lake Manyara, like in many other lakes in Tanzania, the characteristic pink color of Flamingoes. It is a wildlife sanctuary stretching 320 square km. Buffaloes, Elephants, Hippos and Gazelles are found as well Pelicans and Storks.
Herds of up to 300 Elephants scrape the dry river bed looking for ground water, while Wildebeests, Zebras, Buffalos, Impalas, Gazelles and Elands gather around the lagoons. It is the biggest concentration of animals outside the Serengeti’s ecosystem and one of the few places in Tanzania where Onyxes and Gerenuks can be seen.