In the South of Tanzania, lies Africa’s largest conservation area; Selous National Reserve. The reserve is named after Frederick Selous, a big game hunter, explorer turned conservationist who inspired the character for Allan Quartermain as seen in the classic adventure novel King Solomon’s mines. The 50,000km2 reserve is a World Heritage site with the most […]


A visit to the Ngorongoro is for those in search of something deeper not only in grandeur but also a more meaningful and humbling travel experience. The Ngorongoro crater in all its might is the world’s largest inactive caldera. The Ngorongoro spans over a vast expanse of savannah, woodland, forest, and plains. Ngorongoro remains one […]


Part of Tanzania’s Northern Circuit, Tarangire National Park is crossed by the wildlife-attracting Tarangire River. The gently rolling landscape is sprinkled with Baobab trees and towering termite mounds, the dense African bush, and sweeping grasses. Located slightly off the main safari route, Tarangire National Park is a lovely, quiet park in Northern Tanzania. It is […]


Lake Manyara is a soda lake in Tanzania’s Rift Valley. The park is host to a number of habitats from her steep hillsides to her huge saline waters that attract flocks of pink flamingos to her shores. Manyara is also home to a one of a kind lion population that enjoys climbing trees. Seeing these […]


The beautiful Serengeti National Park is renowned for the famous annual wildebeest migration, with over one and a half million wildebeest and 250,000 zebra. The national park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and covers around 5,700 square miles of grassland plains, savannah as well as forest and woodlands. The park contains a variety of […]

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