FROM THE LOFTY PEAK OF MOUNT KILIMANJARO TO THE VAST PLAINS OF THE SERENGETI, TANZANIA IS A BIG COUNTRY RICH IN DIVERSITY, BOTH IN CULTURAL HERITAGE, AND IN PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE.
The famous Ngorongoro Crater and adjoining Serengeti are easily accessible, and one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles takes place here each year: the great migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra to Maasai Mara in Kenya. This is truly a life-changing sight to behold. There are also more wild and remote wilderness safari target areas in Tanzania, like Ruaha, and Selous to seek out for unique wildlife viewing. Think also about alluring Zanzibar, where the scent of cloves and other spices enrich the sea breeze. Trade in gold, ivory and spices with Arabs, Persians and Chinese was in full swing here, many hundreds of years before any European arrived. Now there are world-class resorts on the soft, sandy beaches lining the Indian Ocean, but a visit to the old city of “Stone Town” to shop for Swahili culture fabrics is a must. Africa House Safaris’ specialists can craft remarkable experiences throughout the country, whether for Kilimanjaro treks, for savannah trips full of wildebeest and lions or for a coastal respite. The team is constantly uncovering off-the-beaten-path sights every day and is eager to share them, and all of Tanzania.