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Tailormade Tanzania

From the slopes of Kilimanjaro and wildlife rich Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks; with spectacular landscapes over the Serengeti plains and pristine sandy beaches of Zanzibar; to little-visited southern Ruaha and Selous National Parks to the traditional Masai tribes - Tanzania is a country offering a wealth of experiences to satisfy the interests of every traveller. Time your visit right and witness one of the world's most fascinating spectacles - the annual wildebeest migration.


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Uhuru Peak

Reaching the peak of Africa's highest mountain is a magical and emotional moment - one that will stay with you forever.

Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is spectacular; blue skies and vast open plains teeming with herds of wildebeest, zebra, cheetah and giraffe.


With turquoise waters and pure white sand, Zanzibar, Lazy Lagoon and Ras Kutani are the perfect places to wind down after a safari holiday or Kilimanjaro trek.

Meet Sarah Phelps, Regional Specialist for Tanzania:

"I was travelling between the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti in the month of February and suddenly found myself in the midst of the wildebeest migration. What an amazing sight, certainly something I will never forget. When in the Ngorongoro Crater, a stalking ground of over 25,000 wild animals including black rhinoceros and the densest known population of lions. Here I watched a pride stalking a small herd of antelope, hunting in a group being much more successful than hunting alone. Lake Manyara is famed for its tree climbing lions and incredible variety of birdlife. I loved watching the hundreds of pink flamingos on the lake, as well as many other migratory birds."

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