Tanzania Wildlife Holidays

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Tanzania Week Long Safari August 8, 2024
£512 – £2789

East African Safari Exploration September 1, 2024
£2070 – £7852

Our wildlife holidays, wildlife tours and safaris of Tanzania are listed below:

Long in the shadow of Kenya in terms of safaris and wildlife watching, Tanzania is only now catering for wildlife holiday makers in the same way Kenya does. But with the huge wildebeest migration and some of the most spectacular national parks in the world it is well worth its status as one of the best wildlife watching destinations in the world. Ngorogoro Crater National Park for example is home to one of the largest concentrations on predators in Africa and it is not unusual to see many lions, spotted hyeana, leopards and cheetah in a single day; and all behind the stunning backdrop of the crater’s rim. In contrast to this rugged and truly wild park the Serengeti is full of wide open grassland where thousands of grazers live in the constant fear of becoming prey to the many predators which live here with them.

Arriving in the calving season there is plenty of action to watch, the young animals getting used to the world and the predators ready to take advantage make this area one of the very best in terms of wildlife watching.

Our wildlife safaris, wildlife holidays and package safaris of Kenya and Tanzania are incredible and explore the commonly visited parks as well as the rarer and seldom visited areas where you will have experiences and encounters which will make you want to come back year after year.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

Tanzania Wildlife Holidays

Aug 08

Tanzania Week Long Safari

August 8, 2024 - August 13, 2024
Sep 01

East African Safari Exploration

September 1, 2024 - September 20, 2024



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