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.
Fantastic islands are part of the natural wealth of Tanzania. However, not all of them have overnight accommodations for tourists. But that's exactly why they are worthwhile for a romantic day trip by boat. This blog showcases five islands for day trips in Tanzania.
Arusha is the safari capital of northern Tanzania. You will not only find our operations office here – the heart of our operational activities to take you on an unforgettable journey – the city and its surroundings are also very interesting for tourists in other respects. Is Arusha worth a visit? We share tips on what to do in Arusha.
You want to enjoy a beach holiday after your safari? We show you six of the best beaches in Tanzania
Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti and many more trekking and safari options make Tanzania's guests happy. An extra are the many beaches along the mainland coast and the offshore islands. Beach holiday and relaxation at its finest. These are some of the best beaches in Tanzania, with accommodation right next door.
Mkomazi National Park is a lesser-known wildlife sanctuary between Mount Kilimanjaro and Tanga on Tanzania's north-eastern border. In today's blog you can find out if Mkomazi National Park is worth a visit.
Tanzania is one of Africa's most popular safari and trekking destinations. Many like to end their mainland holiday on one of the country's islands. Today's blog presents the 5 most beautiful islands to visit in Tanzania – 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.