Tanzania

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Undisturbed nature, great wilderness and outstanding game viewing make a trip to Tanzania incredibly alluring. Whilst magnificent features such as Mount Kilimanjaro, the Ngorongoro crater and the Serengeti are undoubtedly impressive, some of the best wildlife experiences also occur in the remote pockets of this beguiling destination. End a trip along the wild coastline or at the Spice Islands where emerald green waters make for exceptional snorkelling, diving, fishing and dhow sailing.

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ICONIC

SERENGETI ODYSSEY

The Serengeti National Park and surrounding reserves are ones of the world’s most celebrated wildlife areas. Its huge open plains during the migration are home to over a million wildebeest and zebra whose annual odyssey is spectacular to witness. From classic East African style tented camps and chic lodges, explore small valleys, river beds and rocky kopjes on game drives viewing huge quantities of prime wildlife including giraffe, zebra, lion, cheetah and even the local mongoose families.

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OFF-BEAT ADVENTURE

The extreme remoteness of the Katavi and Mahale National Parks allow for phenomenal wildlife viewing, and due to their locations, very few people have been treated to this experience. In Katavi you find hippos in their thousands jostling and grunting for space in the water as well as excellent sightings of lions and their prides. At the end of the season in the heat, crocodiles lie lazily on top of each other in the river banks for shade and storks snatch at fish that jump in vain from the diminishing pools. On the edge of Lake Tanganyika in Mahale, trek through forest for rewarding encounters with chimpanzees or to discover hidden waterfalls deep within this enchanting environment. Lazy afternoons can be spent on the lake’s beach or fishing from the traditional dhow.

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OFF-BEAT ADVENTURE

The extreme remoteness of the Katavi and Mahale National Parks allow for phenomenal wildlife viewing, and due to their locations, very few people have been treated to this experience. In Katavi you find hippos in their thousands jostling and grunting for space in the water as well as excellent sightings of lions and their prides. At the end of the season in the heat, crocodiles lie lazily on top of each other in the river banks for shade and storks snatch at fish that jump in vain from the diminishing pools. On the edge of Lake Tanganyika in Mahale, trek through forest for rewarding encounters with chimpanzees or to discover hidden waterfalls deep within this enchanting environment. Lazy afternoons can be spent on the lake’s beach or fishing from the traditional dhow.

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MOUNTAINS & CRATERS

Snow-capped with stunning views, the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro has challenged many an adventurer since its existence. Trekking routes to the summit traverse tropical forest, alpine moorlands and highland desert with a plethora of routes to match its many faces. The Ngorongoro Crater is remarkable with the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world. Apart from sweeping vistas, the 600-metre- deep crater is home to a huge concentration of wildlife - a superb way to view the scenery is at sunrise with a picnic breakfast overlooking the crater.

EXPERIENCE

OLD WORLD AFRICA

The Selous and Ruaha are stunning unknown wildernesses that have been mercifully left off the beaten track. Rather than the big five, the Selous contains variety; night game drives, walking, boating and fishing for tiger fish on the palm-fringed Rufiji River. The Ruaha, the largest national park in the country, is a true African wilderness - ideal for real safari enthusiasts who can enjoy ‘old Africa’, staying in adventurous bush camps. Tanzania’s pristine wildlife experiences and iconic natural features make for some of the most outstanding experiences in Africa.

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