Tanzania

Millions of wildebeest and hundreds of thousands of zebra; all in the pursuit of rains & green grazing between in the Serengeti Mara ecosystem. Vast endless plains at the foot of snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, picturesque white sandy beaches and mystical Stone Town of Zanzibar – these are just a slither of the iconic landscapes that Tanzania has to offer the traveller.

Archaeological research indicates modern man first appeared in Kenya and as a result, the country with its East African neighbours is almost certainly considered the cradle of mankind. The first hominid discovery was made by Leaky in the first half of the 20th Century, in Tanzania’s Olduvai (Oldupai) Gorge, making Tanzania arguably, the cradle of mankind.

Tanzania is the biggest country of Eastern Africa. Tanzania was ‘born’ in 1964 with the merger of mainland Tanganyika and the island of Zanzibar.

'Preposterous', they said; learned members of the Royal Geographical Society dismissed the missionary Johan Rebmann’s 1849 report of permanent snow on a mountain in Africa within a few degrees of the equator. 'Of evidence of snow in the vicinity of the equator, there is not one jot!'

The Spice Islands of Zanzibar

Zanzibar Archipelago is comprised of over 30 islands all of which lies 25-50 km offshore from mainland Tanzania. From exotic Stone Town, to palm-fringed beaches with spectacular turquoise sea and magnificent marine life, Zanzibar is a change of pace from mainland Tanzania.

Boating & Walking in Africa’s Largest Reserve

The Rufiji River is the artery of the Selous Game Reserve - a wild and large reserve with a variety of game activities to choose from. Due to its remote location the Selous has remained one of the untouched gems of Tanzania’s parks.

Exploring Ruaha National Park

The Ruaha National Park is a remote bastion of true wilderness; undisturbed wildlife, and breathtaking scenery. Comprising large herds of elephants, vast concentrations of buffalo, their closely associated Lion prides, and over 400 bird species.

Exploring Indian Ocean Islands and Cultures

Sailing in a traditional dhow to reach your snorkelling spot on the reef or even a live-aboard excursion on a modern well equipped Catamaran for several days sailing between islands and snorkelling whilst freshly caught seafood is prepared for lunch.

A Different Type of Coast within the Interior of Tanzania

Lake Tanganyika offers magnificent snorkelling and Chimpanzee trekking in the rain forest. The Mahale Mountains are home to some of the last remaining wild chimpanzees in Africa and lie on the shores of Africa's deepest and longest freshwater lake, Lake Tanganyika.

Africa’s Great Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria is one of the African Great Lakes. Named after Queen Victoria, this is Africa’s largest lake by area, and it is the largest tropical lake in the world with many little islets to explore by canoe, jet ski or fishing boat.

Fishing, Snorkelling & Watersports

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