Tanzania

Traverse African Horizons

One of the greatest spectacles on earth has to be witnessing the great migration that takes place between Tanzania and Kenya. With the wildebeest and zebra herds both chasing the rains that move these animals in a pattern as old as time, one will be privileged to see this all play out, with some of the most incredible wildlife sightings including an abundance of predators lurking in the background.
Although the migration is a massive draw card to this country, it is not all it has to offer. There are some fantastic fishing areas,  such as along the Ruaha river, some of the largest lakes in Africa, as well as the iconic Ngorogoro Crater. The crater is a large unfilled volcanic caldera with a salt lake in the center often covered in a pink colour of flamingos. This fertile area, surrounded by large crater walls is home to a diverse amount of animal species and an amazing landscape to see.
Contact us to put together your ultimate experience of this exciting destination.

Have a look at some of our favourite lodges and camps

Little Oliver’s Camp, Tarangire National Park


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Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Ngorongoro Crater



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Olakira Migration Camp, Serengeti


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Roho Ya Selous, Selous National Park



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Grey Stoke Mahale, Mahale Mountain National Park


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Jabali Ridge, Ruaha National Park



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