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Out in Tanzania

Tanzania, the heart of Africa, is the ultimate safari destination. It's a classic yet adventurous choice for explorers. Wildlife encounters abound, from lions stalking their prey to the laughter of hyenas in the night. Elephants roam freely, while zebras create a mesmerizing sight. The action never stops. Whilst sipping a drink around a cozy campfire, remember to look up to the African night sky; a mosaic of stars so clear, you can almost touch it. Kilimanjaro's snow-capped peak overlooks iconic parks like Tarangire, Ngorongoro, and Serengeti. But that's just the beginning. Mahale Mountains' chimpanzees and the hidden treasures of Ruaha and Mkomazi National Parks await. Ruaha offers diverse landscapes, abundant wildlife, and rare species like wild dogs and leopards. Tanzania's richness extends to its tribes – over 120 with distinct traditions and languages. The people of the Maasai, the most famous tribe, live alongside nature and reside in Northern Tanzania. The Hadzabe, an ancient tribe that still hunts and gathers, lives near Lake Eyasi. Olduvai gorge, the cradle of mankind, which has witnessed thousands of years of homo sapiens roaming the earth, comes to mind when thinking of Tanzania. Did you know that the Kiswahili language has become the most spoken language in East Africa in recent history and is slowly gaining ground throughout the sub-Saharan region?

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Explore our handpicked safari options that can spark your imagination about Tanzania's wonders. Soon, you'll connect with us, and we'll personally guide you through the country, crafting your tailored safari adventure. The Great Migration Since its inception in 1921, the Serengeti has become a world-renowned National Park, a World Heritage Site, and a vital hub of global biodiversity. The incredible spectacle of vast herds of wildebeests, gazelles, and zebras traversing the Serengeti ecosystem is truly one-of-a-kind. Countless animals, accompanied by birds, insects, and predators, grace the endless plains. This enchanting and uplifting sight defies words. We'll select the perfect time of year, optimal areas to explore, and customize your travel approach. Ruaha National Park Set 500 km inland from Dar es Salaam in the south of Tanzania, Ruaha National Park is the second largest wildlife reserve in the country, an intense and hypnotic place to go on safari. It's wonderfully remote, receives few visitors and will make an impact on both you and the conservation efforts around. Rare species like wild dogs are likely to be spotted. Balloon safari This surrealistic experience can be undertaken in Serengeti, Tarangire and Ruaha National Parks. We chose the best and safest companies to facilitate this journey from the sky. A must-do when visiting Tanzania.

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We excel in finding the ideal accommodation and service for you. With deep industry knowledge, our team members have education and experience in this field. Our personal relationships with owners and managers ensure personalized care. Plus, we prioritize environmentally conscious properties. Your comfort and our planet's well-being matter to us. - Villas and luxury houses stand alone, offering privacy, butler service, pools, and fixed structures. Luxury and personalized care define these options, and we strive to secure the finest choices. - Luxury Tented Lodges, known in safaris, emphasize an outdoor connection. Canvas tents with attached bathrooms are standard, and communal areas include restaurants, reception, and pools. - Luxury tented camps feature permanent sites with mainly canvas structures and permanent bathrooms. These camps prioritize views and the bush experience. - Mobile camps, like above, use canvas-style accommodations for mess tents, sleeping tents, and bathrooms. Comfort remains, but this option is the most adventurous.

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The birthplace of our partners Conservation Through Tourism, to be found at Tanzania has attracted massive attention through wildlife documentaries, and through David Attenborough’s voice. This attention has brought many visitors to the country, and consequently crucial revenue for the protection of natural areas that are home to unique flora and fauna. Our conservation aim is to encourage travellers to visit vulnerable areas – areas that need conservation help, habitat and biodiversity protection and community support. Come and make an even greater impact while visiting the magnificent wildlife at Ruaha National Park or the chimpanzees in Mahale Mountains, the flamingo avalanche at Lake Natron and the rhino sanctuary at Mkomazi National Park.

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Tanzania holds its charm throughout every season, making each day of the year special. Here are some climatological details: - The dry season spans from June to October, while the green season extends from November to May. - The Great Migration can be witnessed in the Serengeti ecosystem almost year-round. The Southern and Eastern parts of the park are typically visited from January to March. Herds move to Serengeti Central from April to June. The migration shifts to Northern areas, including the Masai Mara, from July to October. November and December are dedicated to the East and Central Serengeti. - The rainy season typically occurs from mid-March to mid-May, with a minor rainy period in November. Experiencing the lush and green Serengeti is a once-in-a-lifetime spectacle. Thus, we recommend considering a visit during the green seasons.

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