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Tarangire

Tarangire

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Located slightly off the main safari route, Tarangire National Park is a lovely quiet park in Northern Tanzania that is most famous for its elephant migration, birding and quiet authentic safari atmosphere. Tarangire is a good sized national park located just to the south of lake Manyara in northern Tanzania, often visited in combination with

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Rubondo Island

Rubondo Island

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Rubondo island in the southwest corner of Lake Victoria is one of the country’s least visited national parks. The exciting thing about this island is the presence of chimpanzees, which were relocated here to provide them with a sanctuary. They are presently being habituated to human presence and it is anticipated that visiting them will

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Pemba Island

Pemba Island

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Pemba Island lies 40km north of the island of Zanzibar. Pemba slightly smaller, but is much more rural than Zanzibar. Where Zanzibar is relatively flat, Pembas hills and escarpments are green and picturesque. Pemba is a true island with incredibly fertile hilly terrain and spectacular deepwater drop-offs for divers. Despite its proximity Pemba really is

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Zanzibar

Zanzibar

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Zanzibar is the perfect beach add-on to a safari in mainland Tanzania, Zanzibar is East Africas finest beach destination surrounded by coral reefs with numerous idyllic beaches lined by huge sweeping palm trees. Zanzibar is much larger than one might expect; driving from top to bottom takes about two hours. Stone Town and the airport

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Dar Es Salaam & Bagamoyo

Dar Es Salaam & Bagamoyo

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This coastal capital is emerging as a city that is cosmopolitan and even enjoyable to explore. Dar remains at heart a bustling Swahili market town, yet is a centre of trade and commerce attracting ambitious Africans from all of Tanzania and its neighbouring countries, and international communities who come to this port for all manner

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Mikumi National Park

Mikumi National Park

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Mikumi national park straddles the main TanZam highway around 300km west of Dar es Salaam. Mikumi National Park (3,230 sq m) is about three to four hours drive from Dar es Salaam, lying astride the highway to Zambia, en route to Ruaha and Udzungwa Mountains National Parks in southern Tanzania. The park is dominated by