Tanzania is a fantastic destination where you can experience a mix of excellent wildlife viewing, enjoy its beautiful beaches, climb Africa's highest mountain, soak up the varied culture and in general partake in a wide choice of activities designed to bring out the best the country has to offer.
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Manyara Ranch Conservancy's 6-Tent luxury camp operates within a private concession of 35000 acres (18000 hectares) between Tarangire and Manyara National Parks. The conservancy's focus is on providing activities amongst wildlife in collaboration with the local Masai inhabitants.
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This has to be one of our all time favorite locations and camps. Lamai Serengeti is the result of evolution. After many years as a semi permanent camp of near isolation in the vast and beautiful northern Serengeti, the National Parks authorities decided to offer the site for permanent construction and Lamai was born.
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Deep in the wild South of the spectacular Tarangire National Park, Oliver’s Camp may well be the best kept secret for travelers seeking a real, intense bush experience.
Famous for large elephant herds and baobab trees, Tarangire offers these and much more:
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Ubuntu camp travels with the natural flow of the wildebeest. From late July to October, the camp is positioned to intercept the migration in the Northern Serengeti before it relocates to the southern Ngorongoro Conservancy Area from December through to February. Read More
Situated in the northernmost tip of the Serengeti National Park, Singita Mara River Tented Camp offers guests the chance to spend time in this stunning yet remote area, with one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in the Serengeti National Park.
Zanzibar (Pemba and Unguja Islands) is what springs to mind when people think about the Swahili coast - broad white beaches, swaying palms trees and a population with a rich culture. Lesser known Mafia Island lies to the South and is a divers paradise and has a collection
While Tanzania's Mainland Coast is relatively undeveloped, there are several areas that cater to tourists. From North to South, these include Fish-Eagle Point North of Tanga and Pangani to the South of Tanga, Saadani National Park, Bagamoyo North of Dar Es Salaam, South Beach and Ras Kutani,
9 days / $3600 USD / $400 per day
Maru Maru is right in the heart of Stone town. One step out the door and you are in the middle of the best shopping in all of Zanzibar. Maru Maru means marble tile in swahili. the original Maru Maru house was famous for its marble floors and tiles. There
Set high on the saddle of a tree-clad ridge, commanding panoramic views across the Serengeti, this lodge is a fusion of traditional African architecture and world-class style.