A safari in Northern Tanzania follows a classic safari route, an experience not to be missed. This diverse country devotes more land to wildlife conservation than any other country, which guarantees an unforgettable experience. Whether you are looking for lodge or luxury tented accommodation this region is sure to tick all of the boxes for both the experienced safari enthusiast and for those on their first safari adventure.
Boasting mountains, lakes and vast plains the game viewing here is incredible, the alkaline lakes, such as Manyara are home to the pink flamingo and the infamous tree-climbing lions, the Serengeti - known as one of the worlds best game viewing reserves in the world offers sightings of the Big 5 and numerous other species, you may even be lucky enough to witness the annual Wildebeest migration. The extinct crater floor of Ngorongoro is home to some 25,000 animals including the Big 5 and vast herds of plains game such as Zebra, Gazelle and Wildebeest, Tanzania's few remaining black Rhino have also made the crater their home.
This 5 night safari follows a 'classic' safari route visiting Tanzania's most popular game reserves. Highlights include a visit to the famous Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire.
This 6 night itinerary takes in some on Tanzania's most popular parks. Following a 'classic' safari route through this exciting country.
This 6 night itinerary includes Tanzania's most famous game reserves, famed for the landscapes and high populations of game.
The 7 night Elewana Safari is a truly "out of africa" experience through contrasting landscapes in some of the most luxurious accommodation Tanzania has to offer.
This magnificent 8 night Tanzania and Kenya safari follows the wildebeest migration path between the Serengeti and the Masai Mara.
Fly by light aircraft between Tanzania's most famous game viewing reserves and stay in some of the countries most luxurious accommodation.