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Who Will be Travelling?

Singles

Single
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Couples

Couple
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Children

Child
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Infants

Infant
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Single
Private room

Couple
Private room accommodating two people

Child
Single bed; room shared with adult(s)

Infant
Cot bed (crib); room shared with adult(s)

When Would You Like to Travel?

Dry Season

Dry Season

Green Season

Green Season

Winter Holidays

Winter Holidays

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Dry Season (June - October)
The Dry Season provides ideal conditions for animal viewing since vegetation is scarce and animals such as Elephants, Giraffes, Zebras & Buffalo often congregate around waterholes. The Dry Season can be dramatic as all animals compete for scarce resources and predators such as Lions, Cheetahs and Leopards take advantage of high concentrations of prey. In Serengeti National Park, the Great Wildebeest Migration is at its peak in June & July, and in all parks many animals are on the move as they search for water and food.
• Temperatures range from an average of 28-30C (82-86F) in the day and 20-24C (68-75) at night.
• Skies are mostly sunny and clear with little to no rain
• The dry conditions mean fewer mosquitoes
• Some parks can be busier during the Dry Season (especially Ngorongoro Crater), and due to high demand, prices can increase significantly

Green Season ( (November - May)
The Green Season presents the landscape of Northern Tanzania in all its glory, welcoming many new arrivals as Elephants, Wildebeest, Giraffes, Zebras and other animals give birth to their young. The Green Season can also be an excellent time to see predatory animals, such as Lions, Leopards and Cheetahs as they take advantage of young prey. Although animals tend to be more visible in the Dry Season, there is still plenty of action in all the parks (see information about individual parks for details).
• Temperatures range from an average of 30-34C (82-86F) in the day and 21-25C (68-75) at night.
• Rain mostly arrives as short afternoon showers, and more than 60% of days during the Green Season see no rain at all.
• Parks are less busy than in the Dry Season, and prices can be significantly lower.
• Birding conditions are excellent during the Green Season, particularly November - December & March - May.
• Many lodges are closed in April, and we do not take bookings during this month.

Winter Holidays ( (December 20 - January 3)
Conditions during the Winter Holidays are like the Green Season, but prices are higher due to increased demand.

Where Would You Like to Visit?

Green Season

Kilimanjaro

Green Season

Arusha

Green Season

Tarangire

Green Season

Lake Manyara

Green Season

Ngorongoro Crater

Green Season

Serengeti

Green Season

Selous Game Reserve

Green Season

Ruaha

Green Season

Katavi

Green Season

Zanzibar

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park
Size: 1 668 square kilometres (5 700 square miles)
Location: Tanzania’s border with Kenya, 76 kilometres (46 miles) from Kilimanjaro, International Airport
Visitors per year: 58 460
Known for: Trekking to the highest summit in Africa at 5 895 metres (19 336 feet)
Minimum days required: 3

Arusha National Park
Size: 552 square kilometres (213 square miles)
Location: 60 kilometres (35 miles) west of Kilimanjaro International Airport and 50 kilometres (31 miles) northeast of the city of Arusha and Arusha Airport
Visitors per year: 66 808
Known for: Forest walks to dramatic waterfalls; picnics with stunning views; diverse bird populations; climbing Mt. Meru, the fourth highest mountain in Africa at 4 566 metres (14 990 feet) (requires 3-4 days)
Animal population:
• Colobus monkey: very high
• Zebra: high
• African Buffalo: high
• Giraffe: high
• Flamingo: high
• Ibis: significant
• Hornbill: significant
Minimum days required: 1

Tarangire National Park
Size: 2 850 square kilometres (1 100 square miles)
Location: 106 kilometres (66 miles) west from Arusha, near Lake Manyara National Park
Visitors per year: 161 792
Known for: One of the largest elephant populations in the world; stunning views over plains dominated by baobab trees
Animal population:
• Zebra: very high
• Gazelle: very high
• Giraffe: very high
• Elephant: highest
• Lion: high
• Wildebeest: high
• African Buffalo: significant
• Hippo: significant
Minimum days required: 1

Lake Manyara National Park
Size: 648 square kilometres (250 square miles)
Location: 104 kilometres (65 miles) west from Arusha, near Tarangire National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area
Visitors per year: 178 473
Known for: Lions lounging in trees; large hippo pools; flocks of flamingos; diverse bird populations
Animal population:
• Hippo: very high
• Flamingos: very high
• Zebra: high
• Gazelle: high
• Giraffe: high
• African Buffalo: high
• Wildebeest: high
• Baboon: very high
• Blue Monkey: high
• Elephant: significant
• Lion: significant
Minimum days required: 1

Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Size: 8 288 square kilometres (3 200 square miles)
Location: 161 kilometres (100 miles) west from Arusha, near Lake Manyara National Park and Serengeti National Park
Visitors per year: 453 794
Known for: Very high concentration of animals, all of which stay in the crater year-round Animal population:
• Zebra: very high
• Wildebeest: very high
• African Buffalo: high
• Elephant: high
• Hippo: high
• Lion: high
• Black rhino: significant
• Leopard: significant
Minimum days required: 1

Serengeti National Park
Size: 14 763 square kilometres (5 700 square miles)
Location: 335 kilometres (208 miles) west from Arusha and 385 kilometres (239 miles) from Kilimanjaro International Airport, bordering Lake Victoria and stretching north across the border into Kenya
Visitors per year:
336 177
Known for: The Great Migration of 1 million Wildebeest, 200 000 Zebra and 300 000 Gazelle; large populations of big cats, in particular Cheetahs & Lions
Animal population:
• Wildebeest: very high
• Zebra: very high
• Gazelle: very high
• African Buffalo: very high
• Lion: very high
• Cheetah: very high
• African Leopard: high
• Elephant: significant
• Black Rhino: low
Minimum days required: 2

Selous Game Reserve
Size: 54 600 square kilometres (21 081 square miles)
Location: 200 kilometres (124 miles) south of Dar es Salaam
Visitors per year: 5 000
Known for: The largest game reserve in Africa and one of Tanzania’s three UNESCO World Heritage sites; 40 000 hippo population, common sightings of the endangered African Wild Dog
Animal population:
• Wild dogs: very high
• Hippo: very high
• Crocodiles: high
• Wildebeest: high
• Giraffe: high
• Zebra: high
• African Buffalo: high
• Lion: high
• Elephant: significant
• Black rhino: low
Minimum days required: 2

Ruaha National Park
Size: 10 300 square kilometres (4 000 square miles)
Location: 173 kilometres (107 miles) south of Dodoma Airport and 550 kilometres (341 miles) west of Dar es Salaam
Visitors per year: 21 267
Known for: Wild dogs, large prides of lions, low visitor numbers and a pristine natural experience
Animal population:
• Wild dogs: very high
• Lion: very high
• Zebra: high
• African Buffalo: high
• Elephant: high
• Hippo: high
• Giraffe: high
• African Leopard: significant
• Cheetah: significant
Minimum days required: 2

Katavi National Park
Size: 4 470 square kilometres (1 730 square miles)
Location: 1 000 kilometres (620 miles) southwest from Arusha airport
Visitors per year: 3 135
Known for: Enormous hippo pods, large buffalo herds, plentiful lions, very low visitor numbers
Animal population:
• Hippo: very high
• African Buffalo: very high
• Crocodiles: very high
• Zebra: high
• Lion: high
• Elephant: high
• Giraffe: high
Minimum days required: 2

Zanzibar
Size: 2 461 square kilometres (950 square miles)
Location: About 25–50 kilometres (16–31 miles) off the coast of the mainland, consisting of many small islands and two large ones: Zanzibar & Pemba; its historic centre is Stone Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Visitors per year: 207 651
Known for: White sand beaches & crystal-clear water; ancient architecture & exquisite food
Minimum days required: 2

Choose Your Experiences

Experience

Hot Air Balloon Tour

Experience

Maasai Village Visit

Experience

Birding

Experience

Night Game Drive

Experience

Horseback Riding

Experience

Walking Safari

Maasai Village Visit
Experience life in a traditional Maasai village, including a visit to a local primary school (if school is in session)

Hot Air Balloon Flight
Soar silently over the African plains for an experience of a lifetime

Walking Safari
Stretch your legs and see the wildlife up close (availability depends upon selected itinerary).

Night Game Drive
Encounter the many animals which are most active at night, such as hippos, lions and leopards

Horseback Safari
Become part of the ecosystem, experiencing the wildlife off the beaten patch

Birding Safari
Specialist guide will help you find and identify Tanzania’s diverse and spectacular avian life.

Select Your Preferred Level of Comfort

Three Star
Properties that deliver a broad range of amenities that exceed above-average accommodation needs. Good quality service, design and physical attributes are typically fit for purpose to match guest expectations.

Four Star
Properties which achieve a deluxe guest experience. A wide range of facilities and superior design qualities are typically complemented by service standards that reflect the varied and discerning needs of the guest.

Five Star
Properties that typify luxury across all areas of operation. Guests will enjoy an extensive range of facilities and comprehensive or highly personalised services. Properties at this level will display excellent design quality and attention to detail.

Add Some Extras

In-Vehicle Wifi

In-Vehicle Power

In-Vehicle Fridge

Local SIM Card

High-Power Binoculars

Mosquito Repellent & Sunscreen

In-Vehicle Wifi
Satellite internet connection in your safari vehicle for all Wifi-enabled devices

In-Vehicle Power
Power outlets in your safari vehicle (UK plugs, 220V) to charge your equipment

In-Vehicle Fridge
Fridge in your safari vehicle to keep your drinks cool.

Local SIM Card
A pay-as-you-go SIM card with a local Tanzanian number.

Birding Guide
An expert guide to help locate and explain the incredibly diverse avian life of Tanzania.

High-Powered Binoculars
Get close to the action, without having to invest in your own pair.

Sun screen & mosquito repellent
Let us take care of the liquids, so you can travel lighter and with less hassle.

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