Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti National Park is one of the world's last great wildlife refuge. This vast area of land covering 14,763 sq. kms. Supports the greatest remaining concentration of plain game in Africa, on a scale unparalleled anywhere else in the world. The name Serengeti comes from the Maasai 'Siringet', meaning endless plains, the park contains an estimated three million large animals, most of which take part in a seasonal migration that is one of nature's wonders.

The Park is the center of the Serengeti ecosystem, roughly defined as the annual 'wildebeest migration' that serves as pasture for wild animals. The migration of more than 1.5 million Wildebeests accompanied by hundreds of thousands of Zebras and Gazelles help to preserve the species.

Predators such as Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Hyenas and Crocodiles are too glutted to take advantage of all the opportunities. Vultures, marabou stocks and other eagles clear the skies to accumulate at the feast. There are some creatures living in the Kopjes.

The land of Serengeti is mainly covered with short and grasses, the area varies from the vast treeless central Serengeti plain and savannah type stretches dotted with flat topped acacia trees to riverine bush, thick scrub and forest in the North.

Best Time: For the migration from December to May in the South of the Park and from June to October to the Western Corridor and to the North.

How to Get there: From Arusha 5 hour drive or 1hr30 Charter flight

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Zanzibar

Zanzibar is located about 35 kilometers off the East Coast of Tanzania. It comprises the 1,464 square kilometers, of Unguja (also known as Zanzibar) and the island of Pemba (868 - square kilometers), which is located about 50 kilometers north of Unguja and famed for its deep-sea fishing.

Pemba

Pemba, Arabs knew Pemba Island as the "Green Island", named after the lush vegetation of the coast. From a far, the Island resembles a floating forest. Archeological sites of great interest have been unearthed dating from the ninth to the 15th Century.
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Ngorongoro Region

NGORONGORO SERENA LODGE
NGORONGORO SOPA LODGE
NGORONGORO WILD LIFE LODGE
NGORONGORO CRATER LODGE
GIBB'S FARM LODGE (KARATU)
THE MANOR AT NGORONGORO
PLANTATION LODGE (KARATU)
NGORONGORO FARM HOUSE.

Manyara Region

LAKE MANYARA HOTEL
LAKE MANYARA SERENA LODGE
KIRURUMU TENTED LODGE
MAJI MOTO CAMP
MARAMBOI TENTED CAMP.
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Standard Safari

Camping in the bush of Tanzania is the quintessential African Safari experience. Just a piece of cloth between you and the African night. A quire of nocturnal birds, insects and distant roaring lions lullabies you to sleep.

Sitting around an open camp fire with the southern skies bright over head is the real way of appreciating Africa's magic. There are campsites everywhere and camping facilitates in all our safari itineraries, to any park or wilderness area in Tanzania.
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Mountain Climbing

Kilimanjaro is a giant stratovolcano reaching an elevation of 19,335.6 ft. (5,895 m). Other names for this volcano are: Kilima Dscharo Oldoinyo Oibor (white mountain in Masai), and Kilima Njaro meaning shining mountain in Swahili. This volcano's highest and youngest cone is named Kibo.

Shira to the west and Mawenzi in the east are older cones that make up Kilimanjaro. Kibo has not been active in recent times, but steam and sulfur are still emitted. At the top of Kibo's summit is a 1 1/2 mile (2 1/4 Km) wide crater.
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Air Transport

Is available there are daily scheduled flights from Arusha Airport to lake Manyara, Seronera and Grumeti River Camp in Serengeti National parks to Ngorongoro Crater, for those who need not to drive too long to these destinations. Advance booking is required.Read More>>