Southern tanzania
Swahili Coast
Hippo tours
Karibu Tanzania
Northern Safaris
Eastern Arc Mountains
Southern Tanzania
Western Tanzania
Indian Ocean Coast
Tribes & People
Tanzania captures the very essence of the African continent, and distils it into one country, an African Eden of natural riches and cultural wealth. Our country has inspired Hemingway and Livingstone, proudly given the word 'safari' to the global travel vocabulary and provided documentaries and Hollywood with their perfect vision of an unexplored continent.

Tanzania is a land of superlatives, home to Africa's highest mountain, deepest lake, and largest inland body of water as well as its largest game reserve, most famous National Park and most abundant movement of wildlife. Our borders are custodian to snow-capped peaks, fertile coral reefs, primate-rich virgin rainforest and rolling African savannah, that are protected by a progressive environmental and conservation policy that is embedded in the country's constitution.

Tanzania is home to a patterned cultural mosaic of over 120 distinct ethnic groups, united in peaceful coexistence under one country, one language and one flag. There is no history of civil unrest, ethnic tension, political dictatorship or religious intolerance. Tanzania was home to Man's first steps on Earth, our national history subsequently defined by pre-historic settlements, mediaeval city-states, colonial exploration and peaceful independence.

Tanzania is the authentic Africa, a destination of impressive natural, cultural and historical wealth, a land of names such Serengeti, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar, and we are proud to welcome our guests with the warm 'Karibu' of a friendly people.

Southern Tanzania – Authentic Africa
The National Parks of southern Tanzania have gradually earned a reputation amongst connoisseurs as the best-kept secret on the African safari circuit, offering remote, untouched swathes of game-filled wilderness with an exclusivity borne of isolated access.
Swahili derives from an Arabic word meaning 'of the coast', and so it is that much of the Swahili language and culture trace their roots to the Indian Ocean coastline. Explorers, Sultans and Slave Traders all encountered Africa for the first time along this history-steeped coastline creating the events that were to define modern Tanzania, whilst the islands of the Zanzibar Archipelago were to become principal stepping stones for the culture that was to mould Tanzania's people and their language.
Western Tanzania – The heart of wilderness
The Western Highlands lace a ridge of the Rift Valley escarpment, high above Lake Tanganyika and within the game-filled enclaves that sit along its spine there exist two small perfectly-formed worlds of natural splendour, and one vast expanse of prime African bush. None of them are accessible by car.

Northern Safari's – Serengeti, Ngorongoro and beyond….
Northern Tanzania is the home of the classic safari experience, a spectacularly diverse cluster of eco-systems and habitats, linked by the movements of as definitive a cross- section of wildlife as is found on the African Continent. From the endless short-grass plains of the Serengeti to the dense riverine forests of Lake Manyara, the classic African savannah of Tarangire to the lushly blended eco-systems of Ngorongoro, there runs a shifting migration of African wildlife that perfectly captures the safari experience.