North Tanzania Luxury Safari
Tanzania's Wonders

Discover Tanzania’s numerous prodigies, from the fantastic spice islet of Zanzibar to the dramatic snow- limited peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro, to the ancient tinderboxes and giant craters that dominate the mounds.

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Tanzanian lakes, where deep blue waters are adorned with the grace of pink flamingos. Witness the harmony of nature as these elegant birds create a stunning visual spectacle against the serene backdrop.

Embark on a safari adventure across the legendary Serengeti plains, where over 1.2 million wildebeest and zebras undertake the Great Migration. Follow their journey as they move in a rhythmic dance across the landscape, an awe-inspiring spectacle you won't want to miss.

Discover hidden gems off the beaten path
Untamed Wilderness of Western and Southern Tanzania

Embark on a Journey to Unexplored Western Parks in Tanzania. Let us safeguard your expedition through Tanzania, rekindling the spirit of exploration within you. The Western Parks, untouched and remarkably beautiful, beckon adventurers. Merge the secluded allure of Katavi with the unparalleled chimpanzee encounters in the enchanting Mahale Mountains.

Whether sailing on a dhow through the clear azure waters of Lake Tanganyika or strolling on soft sands immersed in a stunning sunset, our goal is to curate an extraordinary experience that resonates with your adventurous spirit.

Tranquillity Journey...
Zanzibar Island's
Beachfront Paradise

Rejuvenate After Tanzanian Safari: Zanzibar Archipelago's White Sands, Turquoise Waters, and Spice-Infused Culture. After your exhilarating Tanzanian safari, unwind on the Zanzibar Archipelago's pristine white sands and turquoise waters. Dive into coral reefs, snorkel in clear waters, sail on traditional dhows, and immerse yourself in the vibrant Swahili culture.

Named the Spice Islands, Zanzibar is steeped in spice trade history, featuring numerous spice plantations. Explore the historic Stone Town, a captivating blend of diverse cultures, to complete your enriching Zanzibar experience.

Tanzania at Glance

Tanzania is Africa’s visual masterpiece. It's a country of natural splendour, astounding wildlife, attractive strands, fascinating ancient municipalities. Africa’s loftiest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, witness the potent herds of the Great Migration thundering across the Serengeti plains, and unrivalled cultural experiences... let us introduce you to an unforgettable safari adventure in Tanzania and end the indelible safari with a serene sand vacation on Zanzibar Spice islet.

  • 01: General
    What animals can I see in Tanzania?

    Tanzania stands out as an enchanting safari destination throughout the year, offering favorable weather and abundant opportunities for game-viewing in every season. The spectacular Great Migration takes place from June to October. Witnessing the majestic big five—Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant, and Buffalo—is virtually guaranteed. Additionally, the landscape comes alive with other captivating wildlife such as cheetahs, wildebeests, gazelles, ostriches, jackals, hyenas, and giraffes. The diversity extends to the skies, boasting over 900 different bird species. Tanzania ensures an unforgettable safari experience with its year-round allure. Mountain Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa. Zanzibar Island azure water & endless fine soft sand beach

    Where is Tanzania located?

    Tanzania is located in East Africa, bordered by Kenya and Uganda to the north, Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west, Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique to the south, and the Indian Ocean to the east. Its eastern border includes the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba.

    What language is spoken in Tanzania?

    Swahili & English

    Is Tanzania safe for Travelers ?

    Tanzania has been a popular tourist destination, known for its stunning landscapes, wildlife, and cultural attractions. However, travelers should exercise the usual precautions that apply to international travel. This includes being aware of their surroundings, taking care of personal belongings, and following any specific advice or guidelines provided by local authorities or travel advisories.

    When to go on safari in Tanzania ?

    Tanzania Safari is all-year round, with good weather and game-viewing in all seasons. The Great Migration occurs between June and October.

    Where do I fly into Tanzania for a safari ?

    If you are travelling to Tanzania you will land at Kilimanjaro International Airport or Julius Nyerere International Airport.

  • 02: Visa:

    Do I need a visa to visit Tanzania ?

    Yes, travellers from most countries need a visa to travel to Tanzania. A single entry e-visa can be obtained online before travelling.

  • 03: Vaccinations

    What is the COVID protocol for travelling to Kenya ?

    We address all concerns surrounding COVID in line with the latest recommendations from the World Health Organization and other leading authorities. Please speak to your Travel Designer for the latest travel advisory updates, to ensure that you are prepared for all COVID travel requirements in Tanzania before your departure.

    Do I need a yellow fever vaccination to visit Tanzania ?

    Tanzania is part of Africa's yellow fever endemic zone, and while it’s not compulsory to be vaccinated, please consult with your health care practitioner regarding whether a yellow fever vaccine is advised.

    Is there Malaria in Tanzania ?

    Yes, malaria is present in the coastal region and areas below 1 800 metres (5 900 feet) above sea level. Check with your health care provider in advance, as some courses of medication may need to be started before you travel to Tanzania.