The lush and green town of Arusha is the safari capital of Tanzania and the starting point of all Northern Circuit safaris.
Tanzania's central hub for culture and entertainment, the international airport is a gateway to nearby destinations.
An old world safari experience in a remote untouched corner of Tanzania, expect incredible numbers of hippo and walking safaris.
Climb the world's highest freestanding mountain, take-in incredible wildlife and realise Africa's ultimate climbing experience.
Lake Manyara attracts masses of flamingos with its shallow waters and is famous for its tree climbing lions and natural beauty.
Famous for its masses of flamingos and alkaline waters, take in spectacular scenery, especially the Oldoinyo Lengai volcano.
The source of the Nile and Africa's largest lake, visit some of its many islands and enjoy excellent fishing.
An untamed isolated area of immense wilderness; track chimpanzees, hike the mountains and relax along the lake shore.
A unique wilderness area: the floor of the crater is packed with wildlife while the views from the edge are spectacular.
A secluded escape of white sands and Fundu Lagoon's crystal clear waters, enjoy magnificent diving and luxury resorts.
A peaceful area of tropical forest and white sandy beaches found just outside of Dar es Salaam.
Quiet and remote Ruaha offers untouched pristine wilderness, large wildlife herds and fabulous walking safaris.
Walk from beach to bush for the best of both worlds - watch elephant play in the surf and enjoy exciting game drives.
The largest game reserve in Tanzania, explore the Rufiji River and take in some of the biggest herds in Africa.
With the highest concentration of mammals on earth, watch the wildebeest migration and indulge in classic Africa.
Packed with history, take on spice tours and discover unique Swahili architecture from this World Heritage Site.
The Tarangire National Park is a land of incredible wilderness and unbelievable game viewing - especially during the dry season.
Offering tropical islands, crisp white beaches, spectacular diving and a unique blend of Swahili and Arabian cultural influence.