Home to some of the largest game reserves in Africa and still wonderfully wild, it boasts iconic destinations such as the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Mount Kilimanjaro as well as the famed spice islands of Zanzibar. It offers travellers an authentic Africa with great variety. Africa's largest lake, Lake Victoria and Africa's deepest lake, Lake Tanganyika, can be found to the north and the west of the country, whilst toward the center lies a large plateau with fertile soils and vast open plains.

When To Go

As with all of Africa, water dictates the time of year you wish to travel, all depending on what it is you wish to experience. There are 2 rain seasons in Tanzania:

The long rains run from late March to the end of June, falling in heavy downpours and often accompanied by spectacular thunderstorms and lightning. The short rains from November to January are far less severe.

For the best times to be in the heart of the great migration contact us for a tailored and bespoke itinerary.

What To Do

With so many of Africa's most celebrated and well known protected areas, one has endless options. The great migration of the Serengeti is a spectacle no one should miss. If you plan on travelling to Africa more than once you cannot miss out on this amazing experience – it speaks for itself.

Tanzania's people will take you back in time. A visit to a Maasai village for an authentic experience away from the tourist trails is an experience not to be missed. Explore Africa's largest park on a walking safari in the Selous or embark on a journey touring the historical islands of Zanzibar or relaxing on the beach after an epic safari.