The greatest show on earth! At the heart of the Serengeti ecosystem lies an ancient phenomenon that is the largest movement of wildlife on earth. In pursuit of food and water, over one and a half million wildebeest and half a million zebra and antelope migrate north from the Serengeti to the adjoining Masai Mara
What to consider when planning a safari in Tanzania2019-12-19T06:38:57+00:00 Uncategorized
Safari in Tanzania is extremely seasonal. An appreciation of weather patterns, game movements and visitor traffic flows are essential in planning a high-quality safari. This section provides a quick introduction to the main factors that affect seasonality. Tanzania has two International Airports and many regional airports and bush airstrips. Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar
Visiting Tanzania? Here is what you need to consider2019-12-19T06:31:02+00:00 Uncategorized
Tanzania has two International Airports and many regional airports and bush airstrips. Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam is the best port of entry for the Southern and Western Circuits safari circuits. Kilimanjaro International Airport is the usual port of entry for the Northern Circuit. The roads of Tanzania are a mixture of
Balloon safaris in Tanzania is possible Serengeti, Ruaha and some parts of Tarangire park Ballooning takes place at sunrise, which means a pre-dawn wake up with steaming coffee and a chilly drive to the launch It is still dark and you may be fortunate to see nocturnal animals on the way to the launch site.
Cultural experiences are easily combined in a wildlife safari and give you the chance to not only learn about the different cultures but you can also stretch the legs and spend some time outside of the safari vehicle. In Tanzania, a land of superb landscapes and spectacular wildlife, another attraction stands equally tall the people.
Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is top of the bucket-list for just about any adventure traveller. At 5895m in height, it’s not only the tallest mountain in Africa; but the highest freestanding mountain in the world. How difficult is the Kilimanjaro Climb? Whichever route you take, a good level of fitness is required. After all,