We can help you put together a safari in a way that the
last week’s adventures will come back to you on warm evening
breezes as the savannah bushland falls away to the dizzy
heights of Kilimanjaro. A beach and wildlife safari should
at least be 12 to 16 days or more (click
here for an example). If you are thinking of popping
Kili in there as well.
Each category below contains a glimpse in to your African
experience. There is the weather however; during
rainy season some of the more remote destinations may not
be accessible due to flights and lodges being closed throughout
that period. It will always be possible to head out on a
safari but road conditions in the parks can quickly change,
you will then see why we drive 4x4 vehicles!
The real adventure experience.
Tanzania can be broadly divided into two main areas for safaris.
These have been dubbed the Northern and Southern Circuits. The north is
famous for parks like Serengeti and Ngorongoro, featured regularly in
TV documentaries. The south is wilder and much less touristy,
especially in parks like Selous and Ruaha where you get a real feeling
of the vastness of the african bush.
In addition to these two classic big game safari circuits there is
also the Western Circuit, famed for Gombe and Mahale parks, the home of
It is possible to combine all three circuits in one incredible
adventure. For this we would recommend allowing several weeks to really
get the benefits of each unique location. [more...]