Lions, elephants, buffalos, leopards, and rhinos are considered the icons of African wildlife. Reputed to be man's most dangerous adversary on a hunt, they are revered as the "Big Five". Today's blog tells you where you can see the Big Five in Tanzania.
Walking safaris in Tanzania combine hiking in the wilderness with African wildlife encounters. But since every holiday has its budget, you might be wondering: Should I go on a walking safari? Is it actually worth it? I’ll share with you what to expect when going on a safari on foot and what you should look out for before making a decision.
Beautiful islands are part of Tanzania's natural wealth. Not all of them have accommodation for tourists. But that is exactly why they are worth a romantic day trip by boat. In today's blog, I will introduce you to five of the best islands for day trips in Tanzania.
Arusha is known as Tanzania’s northern safari capital. It is of course the town where our operations office is located. From here, we organise your safari, mountain climb and beach holidays. But there is much more to it! So is Arusha worth a visit? We share some tips and advice on what to do in Arusha.
With Mount Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti and many other trekking and safari options, visitors to Tanzania are in for a treat. The many beaches along the coast and offshore islands are an added bonus. This is beach holiday and relaxation at its finest. I am going to present you some of the most beautiful and best beaches in Tanzania as well as accommodation.
Mkomazi national park is a lesser known game reserve between Kilimanjaro and Tanga at the north-eastern border of Tanzania. In today’s blog, we will tell you whether Mkomazi National Park is worth visiting.
Tanzania is one of Africa’s most popular safari and trekking destinations. Many people like to relax on one of the country's islands after a holiday on the mainland. In today's blog, we will introduce you to the five most beautiful islands in Tanzania and interesting oases of relaxation with overnight-accommodation.
The Serengeti National Park is the „benchmark“ of all things in the wildlife landscape of Tanzania. It is a premier safari destination for travellers from all over the world. Beyond the vast grassy areas, it is above all a variety of trees that give the scenery a typically African flair.
Travelers from all over the world love the so-called Northern Circuit of Tanzania. The Ngorongoro Crater, which I would like to introduce to you in today’s blog, is one of the extremely diverse wildlife and nature areas of the circuit. And I can share one thing right away: The Ngorongoro Crater is definitely worth a visit!
Tanzania alone has more wild African elephants than all of Asia has Asian elephants. They are a blessing for tourism, but they often make life difficult for the population. Today's blog is about how the country manages this balancing act.