Tanzania has a wealth of natural resources: Gaze in awe as over two million herbivores cross the Serengeti in their annual migration from Kenya. Marvel at the Eden-like Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest unbroken caldera. Discover the mystery of our ancestors at Olduvai Gorge or attempt to climb snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro.

Safari attractions in Tanzania:

This park is home to one of the largeset elephant populations in Africa with several herds of up to 300 members per herd. In addition, there are large numbers of impalas, elands, buffaloes, giraffes, Bohor reedbuck, Coke’s hartebeest, Thompson’s gazelle, the greater and lesser kudu and on rare occasions, the unusual gerenuk and fringe –eared Oryx are also seen. A few black rhinos are also thought to be still present in this park.
Lake Manyara National Park well known for the tree climbing lions, the soda ash lake that attracts thousands and pink flamingos, one of Tanzania’s biggest elephant population and breathtaking scenery!
The Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa’s most famous sites and is said to have the highest density of wildlife in Africa. Sometimes described as an ‘eighth wonder of the world’, the Crater has achieved world renown, attracting an ever-increasing number of visitors each year. You are unlikely to escape other vehicles here, but you are guaranteed great wildlife viewing in a genuinely mind-blowing environment. There is nowhere else in Africa quite like Ngorongoro!
The Great Rift Valley - place of spectacular scenery and one of the natural wonders of the world!
The fault line commonly referred to as the Great Rift Valley extends from Tanzania through Kenya and into Ethiopia, from south to north. Most of the Great Rift Valley falls in Kenya's Rift Valley Province, said to be the most beautiful section.
The Gregory Rift (East African Rift system) stretches from the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, at the Afar Triple Junction, southwards to Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The Western Rift, contains a few of the world's deepest lakes and is flanked by some of Africa's highest mountains, including the Virunga Mountains, Mitumba Mountains, and Ruwenzori Mountain Range.
It’s the only place where you can witness millions of migrating wildebeest over the Acacia plains, it’s the cradle of human life, and probably the closest to an untouched African wilderness you will ever get: welcome to Serengeti National Park. Where time seems to stand still, despite the thousands of animals constantly on the move.
The Maasai are a semi nomadic pastoralist tribe, living in windowless smoky mud huts. A visit to their Boma reveals their everlasting traditional lifestyle, large polygamous families living and raising cattle for sustenance of life. Scattered throughout Kenya and Tanzania, the Maasai are known for their rites of circumcision, warrior status, and resonating chanting. Including a stopover to a Boma on your safari will be an evocative and unforgettable experience.