Tanzania is full of rich opportunities for exploration. From the Serengeti to Zanzibar, there is a vast array of choices for every traveler. Learn about some of the most popular destinations by following the links below: 

Tanzania is Full of Rich Opportunities for Exploration

From the roof of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro to the endless plains of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. We can also wing you to remote and exotic game parks tucked away in the deepest heart of Tanzania—parks not visited by the average traveler. Nyerere National Park previously called Selous Game Reserve, for example, the largest in the world. Or Ruaha National Park, existing today as it did when Teddy Roosevelt first traveled to East Africa in 1909. 
Or, perhaps, Zanzibar Island—the East African coast with some of the most exquisite and sybaritic resorts in the world... luxurious bamboo bungalows on a perfumed Indian Ocean isle, surrounded by sand dunes and the sea. There is a vast array of choices for every traveler. 

Learn about some of the most popular destinations by following the links below:​-

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THE FAMOUS NORTHERN CIRCUIT

The northern circuit is full of adventurous possibilities from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to spotting the Big 5 in the Serengeti. Combine several of the attractions below to make a fantastic African vacation.

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RARELY VISITED SOUNTHERN CIRCUIT

Much like the northern circuit, the southern circuit is not famous and rarely visited by travelers. It offers optimal game viewing whether you desire to see the BIG 5, walking safari, birding or photography safari.

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THE SPICE ISLAND OF ZANZIBAR

Zanzibar lives up to its reputation for a beautiful beach vacation. Enjoy the white crystal sand, wind your way through Stone Town, and observe dolphins at play in one of the world's most fantastic paradises.

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LAKE VICTORIA ZONE

With its vast aquatic life, Lake Victoria is a perfect African attraction filled with spectacular birding opportunities and fishing explorations. Rubondo Island and Saanane Island are famous in Lake Victoria. Explore the islands by boat or walking through the green forests.

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WESTERN CIRCUIT

Follow in Jane Goodall's footsteps by trekking through Gombe Stream National Park, Mahale National Park, or scout out Tanzania’s greatest concentration of hippopotamus and crocodile in Katavi National Park.

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SWAHILI COAST

The Swahili coast offers historical expeditions where visitors can see the most extensive cave system in Africa at Amboni Caves and witness one of the major ports for exports of slaves and ivory at Pangani. Visit Bagamoyo or explore the beautiful beaches while learning about history on a trip to the Swahili coast.

For More Information About Tanzania, Please Follow the Links Below...

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The History of Tanzania

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Why Tanzania in Africa?

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What To Do in Tanzania?

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Most FAQs about Tanzania