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Experience Unconventional Africa

Tanzania is the epitome of the ultimate African safari, with its vast landscapes and contrasting spectacles. From Africa’s highest peak Mt Kilimanjaro, the Savannahs of the Serengeti; home to the Great Migration, the phenomena of the Ngorongoro Crater to the beaches of the ‘Spice Island’ of Zanzibar. Home to over 100 different tribes including the oldest hunter gatherers known as the Hadzabe & the synomonous Masaai nomadic pastoralists. Along with coastal traders from the East they were united via the trade language ‘Swahili’ which later became the official language for Tanzania at independence. Visitors can explore this expansive country through classic safaris, trekking, mountain biking, quad biking and mountaineering. 

Fish Eagle PARADISE ON AFRICAS LARGEST ‘ISLAND’ NATIONAL PARK

Rubondo Island National Park is a unique experience when visiting Tanzania as it is covered in forest and surrounded by water. Not only is it Africa’s largest island national park, but it also claims the highest density of African Fish Eagles in Africa. While many of the mammal species were introduced, there are some specialities and it is a great place for “mammal twitchers” to tick off Sitatunga, Suni, Bushpigs and Spot-necked otters which are all common. Combining it with traditional safari in Serengeti or Tarangire rounds a safari off by adding a new dimension of being on the water, with its incredible birdlife, pristine forest, and boating activities, such as fishing. Furthermore the Chimpanzee habituation programme in place, will allow travellers the opportunity to view them in the near future!

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17 DAYS - HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BEST OF TANZANIA & MAFIA ISLAND

Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, Ruaha, Selous & Mafia Island

Location

Tanzania is the 13th largest country in Africa and 31st largest in the world. It covers a vast landscape of 947,303 Square kilometres (365,756 sq mi), bordering Kenya and Uganda in the north, Rwanda, Burundi and the DRCongo to the west, with Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique in the south. Tanzania’s coastline is approximately 1,424 kilometers (885 mi) long on the Indian Ocean, and incorporates a few offshore islands, including Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia. Getting there is easy, with daily flights to Kilimanjaro International Airport in the northern region, Nyerere International Airport in the south (Dar Es Salaam) and Zanzibar International Airport. Internal flights between these locations are frequent and getting around from the northern Serengeti to the islands can be easily arranged.

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