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Book a Safari for Up Close Animal Encounters

  • great migration
  • cheetah
  • leopard
  • rhino
  • lion
  • Zebra Slide
  • Elephant Slide

A trip to Africa is not complete without visiting Tanzania’s world-famous safari parks. We recommend scheduling at least a few days after your climb to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most fascinating creatures on one of our Tanzanian Safaris.

After your climb, you can relax and recover in our air-conditioned safari vehicles. Along the way, you’ll get the opportunity to view herds of wildebeest, leopards feasting on impalas, and a lioness training her cubs to hunt.

Our safari vehicles have pop-up tops so you can stand and take unobstructed photos of the wildlife.

The safaris we offer are in tented camps. We chose the best locations—closest to the parks—to allow maximum viewing time. The Parks are open from sunrise to sunset. The animals are most active in the morning so an early start is key.

We offer itineraries from one to five days which visit Tanzania’s best wildlife parks. An expert guide/driver will lead your safari. Our guides have years of experience guiding safaris thus they have an understanding of wildlife and animal behaviors. They know exactly where to look for animals and how to spot them.

You will have exclusive use of this vehicle and the safari guide on your private trip.

Safari Itineraries

  • 2 Day Safari – Tarangire National Park or Lake Manyara National Park / Ngorongoro Crater
  • 3 Day Safari – Tarangire / Ngorongoro Crater / Lake Manyara
  • 5 Day Safari – Lake Manyara / Tarangire / Ngorongoro Crater / Serengeti

NOTE: To see the Serengeti, you’ll need at least four days since it is at least a 10-hour drive each way. We mix in a couple of other parks to break up the long drive.

  • Kilimanjaro Sunrise Safari Vehicle
  • pop up safari vehicle


Our safaris accommodations are what you imagine when you think about an African safari. Our passion and experience are shared through the most friendly staff in the most exquisite locations.

From wide open savannah safaris in the Serengeti; to the surreal spectacle of the Ngorongoro Crater, the grand expanse of Lake Manyara or the bright stary skies of Tarangire, we’ll cater for your every need. Let your senses come alive to the spectacles you’ve dreamed of.

All of our accommodations are tented camps, close to the parks with all the amenities you require.

They are semi-permanent tents with permanent floors and canvas walls and roofs. They are equipped with mosquito netting, comfortable beds, and a bathroom with a shower in the back.

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  • tented camp
  • tented camp
  • tented camp

Tanzania’s National Parks & Conservation Areas

The country of Tanzania is home to some of the most amazing safari parks in the world. We organize trips to Lake Manyara National Park, Tarangire National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, and Serengeti National Park.



This first and most famous national park of Tanzania is also a world heritage site and was proclaimed the world’s 7th wonder for its annual migration, during which six million zebras and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelles meander across the plains. Herds of wildebeest join them. Yet even when the migration is dormant, the Serengeti offers the most breathtaking game-viewing in Africa. There are large herds of buffalo in the Serengeti, as well as elephants, giraffes, and thousands upon thousands of eland, topis, kongonis, impalas, and Grant’s gazelles.

Approximately 5,700 square miles in area, this vast park is home to over 30 species of large herbivores and nearly 500 species of birds. As a result of volcanic activity, the landscape was changed by wind, rain, and sun. It now varies from open grass plains in the south to savannahs with scattered acacia trees in the middle and hilly grasslands in the north. Black clay and extensive woodlands cover the west side. Small rivers, lakes, and swamps teeming with wildlife are scattered throughout.



Nestled within an immense natural amphitheater, enclosed by the towering remains of extinct volcanoes, the Ngorongoro Crater teems with an impressive variety of wildlife. This unique ecosystem, encompassing a lake, forest, and expansive grasslands, provides a sanctuary for numerous animals, including the renowned Big Five, alongside hippos, crocodiles, antelopes, and a thriving avian population.

This splendid setting is often referred to as the “World’s Largest Open-Aired Zoo,” where visitors can observe the captivating spectacle of wildlife in their natural habitat. From the crater’s rim, one can behold a sweeping expanse of grassland in the shape of a vast circle, owing to its distinctive topography.

Tarangire National Park

Elephant in Tarangire National Park

Tanzania’s lesser-known treasure, the Tarangire National Park, aptly known as the ‘Land of the Giants,’ remains a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Unlike the bustling Serengeti, Tarangire National Park offers an exceptional level of wildlife viewing without the usual crowds. Situated to the west of Arusha, it boasts easier accessibility compared to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.

The landscape of Tarangire is dominated by majestic baobab trees, creating captivating opportunities for photography. Within its riverbanks, elephants unearth subterranean streams. Herds of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, gazelle, hartebeest, and eland congregate around the diminishing lagoons. This remarkable assembly of wildlife represents the most significant concentration outside the Serengeti ecosystem, making it a veritable feast for predators.

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara

Two-thirds of Lake Manyara National Park is actually water. A gigantic fracture in the Earth’s crust millions of years ago created the acacia woodlands and groundwater forest that make up this aquatic haven.  In its shallow alkaline waters, the lake supports a variety of wildlife species including elephants, flamingos, and tree-climbing lions.

With some of the most spectacular views in all of Africa, Lake Manyara is a scenic gem. The game-viewing route through Lake Manyara provides a micro representation of a safari in Tanzania.

Ernest Hemingway praised the picturesque park… “the loveliest I had seen in Africa”.

Arusha National Park


Safari goers often overlook Arusha National Park, despite the fact that it offers a wide range of habitats just 40 minutes from Arusha town. Lush swamps of the Ngurdodo Crater, changing colors of the Momela Lakes, and rugged alpine peaks of Mt Meru make up the parks zones. The habitat ranges from highland montane forests to lowland swamps.

The area is famous for its 575 bird species, both migrant and resident. This is the only place on the Northern Circuit where one can easily see the black and white colobus monkey. The park is home to many species. They include baboons, giraffes, buffaloes, hippopotamuses, hyenas, warthogs, zebras, and many species of antelope.


Click on the icon inside each shaded area on the map below to open the side panel. The side panel has the name of each park.