Great migration in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Tanzania is home to many of nature’s most spectacular creations. Among them – Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s roof top and the world’s highest free-standing mountain. The Ngorongoro Crater – the largest crater in the world and a vast amphitheater teeming with game. The Serengeti Plains – home to an estimated 3 million animals covering an area of 12,950 square kilometers.

Get closer to wildlife & local culture & explore from the Serengeti to Kilimanjaro. Tanzania is one of the world’s greatest safari destinations with its wild rich National Parks like Katavi, Gombe etc. Known for its rich culture and diverse landscapes, the country boasts of a wildlife population that is unparalleled on the African continent. The country’s game viewing experiences are widely regarded as the best in Africa.

Zanzibar Islands

An offshore view in Zanzibar
An offshore view in Zanzibar

Zanzibar Island (known locally as Ungula) is part of the Zanzibar archipelago of islands that include the Pemba Islands, and several islets. It is located in the Indian Ocean, about 25 miles from the Tanzanian coast, and covers an area of 1464 sq km.

This sun-drenched isle is the home of endless sandy beaches with fringing coral reefs, and clear blue waters. For the island adventurer, Zanzibar offers some of the world’s finest snorkeling and diving grounds, fantastic deep sea fishing and numerous water sports activities.

For those seeking a more relaxed pace, you can wander along the narrow winding streets of historic Stone Town with its vivid markets and colorful bazaars, or take in the cultural remnants left by one of the world’s largest slave trading post. Then you can always relaxer frolic at the beach in the turquoise shores of Zanzibar’s many beautiful beaches. Commonly known as the “Spice island”, Zanzibar is famous for spices such as cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, cardamom, pepper and others. Spice tours are also a popular excursion.