A. & M.C. & family
"We would all like to thank you very warmly for having organised such a magnificent trip for us. It’s amazing that in all that time (5 weeks) not a thing went wrong, it was perfect organisation all the way."A. & M.C. & family



Tanzania Holidays & Safaris

With over 25% of its land surface devoted to the conservation of wildlife and blessed with some of the greatest concentrations of large game animals to be found anywhere on the planet, Tanzania is a fabulous safari destination. The variety of habitats is as diverse as that of the wildlife, ranging from the grasslands of the Serengeti to the forested highlands of Ngorongoro, the shimmering snows of Mount Kilimanjaro to the swathes of white sands on the Indian Ocean coast.

Arusha National Park
Ballooning over the Serengeti
Dar es Salaam
Katavi National Park
Kilimanjaro Treks
Lake Manyara National Park
Mahale Mountains National Park
Ngorongoro Crater
Private Camping Safaris
Ruaha National Park
Saadani National Park
Selous Game Reserve
Serengeti National Park
Tarangire National Park
Riding Safaris
Walking Safaris

Full camp listing with details coming soon. You can find our recommended camps under country highlights or call us on 01905 731373 for more detailed information.

Tanzania is a vast and ancient land still singing to the rhythmic chants of its proud tribal warriors and a safari here offers an insight into a very different and unspoiled culture. Selous and Ruaha are names synonymous with what remains of the truly wild Africa: huge tracts of wilderness that offer exhilarating game viewing in some of the most remote and undisturbed parts of this great continent. Farther north the great wildebeest migration, an annual march of literally millions of animals following welltrodden paths, is one of nature’s most spectacular displays.

The landscapes are dramatic throughout Tanzania and the opportunities for bush walking, luxury mobile camping, mountain trekking or just relaxing atop a kopje with a sundowner in hand are hard to beat. With white sandy beaches and a wealth of culture and history, the spice island of Zanzibar offers the perfect post-safari tonic and presents another face of this warm and welcoming country.

Kilimanjaro Climb: Rongai Route; from £1,459 pp

A Glimpse of the South; from £3,500 pp

Northern Tanzania in Style; from £4,465 pp

The Great Ape Escape; from £5,925 pp

Exclusive Tanzania with Zanzibar; from £9,170 pp

Family Adventure; from £12,318 per family





The dry seasons from June to October and December to March are generally considered the best times to visit Tanzania and Zanzibar.


A visa is required for UK passport holders.


A Yellow Fever certificate is sometimes required.


GMT +3 hours
(+2 hours during British Summer Time)