Tanzania

Tanzania is the land of Zanzibar, Kilimanjaro, Serengeti and Ngorongoro – names synonymous with Africa itself. It’s a land of cloves and coffee, spices and tea. It’s home to the Maasai, the Makonde and over 100 other tribes. Once Tanzania gets its grip on, you it’s hard to shake loose.

Thinking about going on a safari to Tanzania? Great choice! Tanzania is truly a spectacular destination to experience an unforgettable African Safari. Tanzania continues to be one of East Africa’s finest safari destinations. What makes a Tanzania safari so unique? Only Tanzania is home to the famous Serengeti National Park and Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. And it is Tanzania that boasts spectacular views of game-filled plains as well as the annual Great Migration of millions of herbivores. It is even possible to view the Big 10 in Tanzania – elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, African wild dog, hippo, zebra, and giraffe. Don’t forget Ngorongoro Crater, the largest intact caldera in the world. Bordered by Africa’s three largest lakes – Lake Malawi, Lake Tanganyika, and Lake Victoria, Tanzania offers something special to everyone on your vacation.

Let the experts at Eyes on Africa develop a customized African safari for you. All of our Tanzania trips are tailor-made to each guests’ specifications – so your tour of Tanzania will be uniquely suited to your special interests. We do all of the research and planning. We cover all of the details. All you need to do is pack your bag and enjoy the special wonders of a Tanzania safari.

To learn more about creating a customized Safari to Tanzania or to another one of our African destinations, please contact us. Or simply click the links to find out more regarding our African safari options — including our scheduled safaris, budget safaris, and custom safaris. Pricing and rates are also available.

Within the space of several hours, it’s possible to go from lazing on idyllic beaches to exploring moss-covered ruins of ancient Swahili city-states; from climbing mist-covered slopes in the Southern Highlands to trekking through the barren landscapes around Ol Doinyo Lengai, guided by a spear-carrying Maasai warrior.

While most travellers head for the famed northern wildlife-watching circuit – think Serengeti and Arusha national parks – followed by time relaxing on Zanzibar’s beaches, Tanzania has much more to offer travellers wanting to head off the beaten path. Chances are you’ll want to come back, to which most Tanzanians will say ‘karibu tena’ (welcome again).

We look forward to sharing Tanzania’s natural highlights with you. See you on Safari!