Tanzania is a paradise of astounding contrasts, from her charismatic people to sun-kissed majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Selous located in southern Tanzania at 50,000 square km, a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its wildlife diversity and undisturbed nature; an under-discovered part of the country with animals still the majority than people.
The air hop or road safari transfer from Kilimanjaro/ Arusha Airports to Serengeti is enough to mesmerise your taste-buds for things to come, as you breeze your way through rolling plains decked with nature’s incredible beasts, small or great. Where the sight of a pride of lions loafing around and blocking the road, a herd of elephants going about their business all under a cloud formation like none other in the world, is a reality!
Delve deeper into the northern corner of Serengeti in Grumeti Game Reserve, where life seems to revolve around Grumeti River, known for the largest number of crocodiles in Africa.
The very place where the greatest phenomenon occurs – wildebeest, zebras migrate on an annual basis, a hub of life in the wild Tanzania!
Every species of wildlife in East Africa is said to live in Ngorongoro Crater, where waking up to a call by rousing birds is common.
Which other country in the world do you go to sleep to roaring lions one night, wake up to the calm of waves and some snorkelling in a remote island the next day?
Romance is part of the air in Zanzibar, an archipelago comprising of some exquisite islands to choose from; Mnemba or Pemba – a place to dust off the excitement of the bush, with some a stroll on white sandy beaches, some sumptuous sea-food and cocktails, whilst taking it all in before you head back home fulfilled.