Where to go on the best Tanzania Safari Tours

Where to go on the best East Africa Safari Tours

Tanzania is one of Africa's classic safari destinations, most famous for the great wildebeest migration where a herd of some two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle make their epic annual journey—with numerous predators hot on their heels.

Tanzania is an East African country known for its vast wilderness areas. They include the plains of Serengeti National Park, a safari mecca populated by the “big five” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), and Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain. Offshore lie the tropical islands of Zanzibar, with Arabic influences, and Mafia, with a marine park home to whale sharks and coral reefs

But while the migration steals the lion’s share (sorry) of the attention, there’s a great deal more to the country, both in its range of wildlife and non-safari action. Beyond the Big Five, you’ll find world-class birdwatching, some of the best chimpanzee tracking anywhere in Africa, history and beaches on the coast, and some incredible trekking at Kilimanjaro.

Tanzania Northern Safaris

Tanzania in East Africa is one of the world’s best safari destinations, offering grasslands and Savannah peppered with acacias and vast lakes, a snow-topped peak, and a wealth of wildlife. The Serengeti and the Great Wildebeest Migration are the most famous, but there are lots more things to do on safari on the Northern Circuit, Tanzania

Imagine waking up in the morning and breathing deeply in the fresh air. Not only are you surrounded by tall trees filled with birdsong, but it’s also your turn for a delicious cooked breakfast as well! All this is possible at Tanzania Northern Safaris – where our staff will do everything they can to make sure that each guest has an unforgettable time on their tour through Africa’s most incredible country: Tanzania.

The northern tourism circuit is by far the most popular safari circuit in Tanzania, comprising most of the must-see destinations in the country. If you’re a first-time visitor to Tanzania, this is where you want to be. The circuit starts in Arusha and includes, from east to west: Arusha National Park at the foot of Mount Meru, Tarangire National Park 110 km southwest of the town of Arusha, Manyara Ranch between Tarangire National Park and Lake Manyara National Park, Lake Manyara National Park at the bottom of the Gregory Rift, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (which includes the Ngorongoro caldera, the Empakaai Crater and the southern Serengeti plains of Lake Ndutu), and the Serengeti National Park that stretches north to the Tanzania/Kenya border.

The best times for viewing animals are during the dry seasons when there’s less vegetation and animals come out in search of water, meaning that they’re easier to spot. However, this may not be ideal for some safari-goers, particularly those who prefer to visit Tanzania in its green season. As well as providing a contrasting view on life in the African Bush, tourists are likely to see more animals during the lush seasons as they come out to feed on vegetation. Tanzania Northern Safaris offers a wealth of cultural diversity. From the regions of Ngorongoro, Tarangire and the Crater Highlands; to the vast expanses of Serengeti National Park and Lake Manyara. Our team will make sure that you don’t simply explore wildlife in Tanzania but also explore its rich biosphere as well. Check out our tour packages to enjoy your time here.

Tanzania Southern Safaris

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Imagine waking up in the middle of an African savannah before a backdrop that is as rugged and untamed. Not only will you have your view tainted by gorgeous scenery, but there are animals everywhere.

It’ll awaken you to sounds like elephants trumpeting or giraffes munching on tall blades of grass. At the same time, bobcats patrol for dinner underfoot. If this isn’t enough excitement, consider how difficult it would be not to get lost amongst all those acres upon acres – during your stay here with Tanzania Southern Safaris.

It’s not surprising that Tanzania Southern Safaris is considered one of the finest safari camps in Africa.

The area’s perfect views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Manyara – the two highest peaks in Africa, combined with a temperate climate brings one’s safari dreams to life.

The camp offers a private luxury lodge with 10 chalets with en suite bathrooms, indoor kitchens, and even an outdoor shower should you desire to take a nice cool shower while being surrounded by all of the natural beauty this area offers.a.

Tanzania Southern Safaris offers you the best of both worlds as they have a small intimate feel but do not skimp on service or hospitality. Book your Tanzania Southern Safari Tour with us today.

Tanzania Western Safaris

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Come here to see chimps and experience natural locations that are off the beaten track The Western Circuit embraces the parks along Lake Tanganyika, the western border of Tanzania with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The vast space in a remote natural location makes the circuit worth a visit. Gombe Stream National Park was made famous by Jane Goodall’s research on its chimpanzee population and subsequent habituation. Mahale Mountains National Park further south, on the shores of the gin-clear waters of Lake Tanganyika, is a more authentic chimpanzee experience and highly recommended. You’ll have to go further to find the chimps but you’ll get a better idea of how chimps are in the wild than by observing them at feeding pens. Katavi National Park is another 150km towards the south-east of Mahale and probably gets fewer than 500 tourists a year.

You’re guaranteed an unforgettable experience when you book one of their tours. The guides will share interesting facts about each destination that helps tourists get a better appreciation for the diversity that Tanzania has to offer. They will also make a stop at a local restaurant to allow you to sample some of the delicious food that Tanzania is known for! Be sure to book your safari with them as soon as possible if you wish to visit their natural wonders.

Tanzania Western Safaris is one of the most popular travel agencies in Africa. Many reasons make them one of the leading safari companies in Tanzania. One of the reasons is their affordable prices. When you book with them, you’ll get an all-inclusive package to ensure that your money will spend wisely.

Visit Rwanda

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Rwanda lies just south of the Equator, in the heart of Africa. In the space of a week, it’s possible to experience an extraordinary range of wildlife and landscapes thanks to the country’s relatively small size and biodiversity.

Rwanda is easy to explore by car. The popular circuit between the national parks passes through magnificent scenery, with a new vista and warm smiles greeting travelers around every corner.

Known as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda’s stunning scenery and warm, friendly people offer unique experiences in one of the most remarkable countries in the world. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity, with incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane rainforest and sweeping plains.

Travellers come from far and wide to catch a glimpse of the magnificent gorillas, yet there is so much more to see and experience.

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Kibeho Parish has been a global pilgrimage destination for Roman Catholics since the Virgin Mary appeared on 28th November 1981. The focal point is Kibeho Church, where the faithful receive Holy Communion.

Today the site is host to pilgrims throughout the year with two majors dates dominating the calendar – Assumption Day (15th August) and 28th November (the anniversary of the Virgin Mary’s appearance).

During peak season, Kibeho Church receives between 25,000-30,000 visitors. Religious tourists and pilgrims flock from across the world, including America, Poland, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Italy and India.

During low season, Kibeho receives approximately 100 religious tourists a week, mostly from Rwanda, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania.

Gishwati Mukura National Park

Rwanda’s fourth national park, Gishwati Mukura is made up of two separate forests – the larger Gishwati and small Mukura, forming a total of 34 square kilometres plus a buffer zone.

The forests sit on the ridge which divides the Congo and Nile water catchment areas, along the incredibly biodiverse Albertine Rift in the west of the country. It is made up of 60 species of tree, including indigenous hardwoods and bamboo.

Gishwati is home to a group of 20 chimpanzees which live alongside golden monkeys, L’Hoest’s and Blue Monkeys. Birds are well represented too, 232 species have been seen at Gishwati and 163 at Mukura, among them Albertine Rift Endemic species and forest specialists.

Activities in the park started in 2019 and include a guided nature hike, guided chimp and monkey tracking, bird watching and a visit to the waterfalls.

The area was nearly depleted largely due to resettlement, illegal mining in the mineral-rich forest and livestock farming.

The formalisation of its National Park status in 2015 aims to help redress the balance, to increase the number of trees to improve soil fertility, stabilise slopes and regulate stream flow.

It will also contribute to improving the livelihoods of the population living in the surrounding areas, which in turn offers the forest a better chance of regeneration in tandem with the potential to raise living standards in the longer term.

Community-based activities include a farm stay, a live cultural dance, making handicrafts, beekeeping, a tea plantation tour and the chance to learn from traditional healers, who use natural plants to support modern medicine and synthesised drugs.


Peaceful and compact, Huye was founded in the early colonial era, a matter evident in the architecture of the city centre. For a period it was known as Astrida, after the late wife of the Belgian King Leopold III.

The region has long been significant as a centre of power, although much of its history has been passed down the generations through oral tradition alone.

Today, Huye is a centre of academia, housing the National University of Rwanda and the National Institute of Scientific Research, as well as various training schools and colleges.

It is also notably religious, with massive cathedrals and churches where congregations sing with rousing vigour and passion.

The excellent Ethnographic Museum, also known as the National Museum, houses perhaps the finest ethnographic collection in Africa. Displays of traditional artefacts and antique monochrome photographs provide an insight in to the pre-colonial era as well as Rwanda’s transition into a modern state.

An arboretum, planted with a mixture of exotic and indigenous species, was established on Ruhande Hill in 1933. The 200-hectare forest has recently been dedicated to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy project, chosen because it is a research forest and a ‘gene bank’ of the forests found in Rwanda, which hold a tremendous importance to the country’s conservation.

Nearby, the King’s Palace in Nyanza brings the old ways to life, with its replica royal hut with sacred Inyambo (Ankole) cows in the field behind, to whom their herders sing.


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Kenya is the country where safari was born. Discover the dramatic Great Rift Valley, mountain highlands or the coastline of the Indian Ocean with its white sandy beaches. Kenya is also home of the Big Five and you will experience close encounters with lions, elephants, rhinos and many other wildlife. Book your safari to the world famous Masai Mara Game Reserve or Amboseli National Park, offering spectacular views Mt. Kilimanjaro towering at 5,895m. Karibu – Welcome!