Tanzania Activities

Many people would think that a Tanzania safari is similar to that done Kenya or even South Africa, since Tanzania caters to the collective tourism market and, with really large attractions such as Serengeti and the renowned Ngorongoro Crater, it is certainly bursting. This is, on the other hand, entirely wrong and also in these more well-known areas of Tanzania, the safari plus game approach has been among aiming to conserve the wild animals plus areas for the future rather than attempting to get numerous camps as they can in the parks and reap the benefits for the short time. When organizing a safari into Tanzania there are a couple of points worth keeping in mind for your safari itinerary

Canoe safari

Experiencing the animals and environment from a different perspective really lets you feel Africa. The vastness, distances and the size of the animals suddenly become very real when you canoe through your surroundings.

Walking safari

We have some first-rate walking safaris in Tanzania, with great guides – chosen, as usual, by seeing them first hand. Some of the real stars are the walking safaris done on fly-camping trips.

Photography safari

For anyone with a passion for wildlife or cultural photography, Africa is a paradise. Special photography safaris take light and time into account, often guided by an expert to provide extra insights for the best locations.

Diving, snorkeling and water sports

With Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia just an hour or two away by domestic flight it’s a great idea to relax at the beach after your (dusty) safari. While you are at it, why not enjoy some great snorkeling and diving?

Serengeti balloon safari

These are not the cheapest. but definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience! Float over the vast plains of the Serengeti early in the morning and witness the majestic African sunrise. Of course, some champagne afterward to toast a great holiday and experience will top it off very nicely!