This thrilling journey in the Tanzania’s Southern Circuit embrace the Nyerere National Park and the Ruaha National Park that are two vast wildernesses in Southern Tanzania, and the white beaches of Zanzibar.
Southern Tanzania is a secret treasure: beautiful, wild places providing a safari experience of incredible depth and diversity.
This safari adventure off the beaten track combines a journey through two of Tanzania’s more remote and undisturbed wildlife areas with rest and relaxation on the shores of a tropical island.
A fly-in safari with luxury accommodations and skilled guides for a total immersion in wild nature.
The Nyerere National Park is now the Largest National Park in Africa a newly established park part of what is known as the Selous Game Reserve.
The Nyerere National Park is a wildlife paradise with a unique habitat for wild animals, frequently referred as the Serengeti of Southern Tanzania by its wildlife concentration; most interesting as well, the wildest animals not found in any other park in Tanzania.
The Nyerere National Park is one of the few big game reserves to allow hiking, offering world-class walking safari, the best way to explore Tanzania’s pristine landscapes on foot.
The park is particularly renowned for its vast herds of elephants and large pods of hippos, best spotted around the enchanting and might Rufiji River that can be explored by exciting boat safaris.
The sheer volume of game in the Nyerere is just outstanding, a sanctuary for less frequently encountered species such as the endangered African wild dog, the elegant sable and the puku antelope.
The Nyerere National Park is definitely a lifelong photographic safari experience.
The Ruaha National Park is a place of raw and rugged beauty with an excellent game viewing expecially near the Ruaha river.
The dramatic landscapes of the park, scattered with baobab trees, are the perfect stage for unforgettable game drives as well as exciting walking safaris.
The Ruaha National Park is wild and still untouched, it’s possible to witness some of East Africa’s largest herds of elephant roaming freely through the parkland.
After thrilling safaris in the mainland, a short flight brings you to a tropical paradise where it is possible to dive or snorkel in a brilliantly coloured reefs and a range of marine wildlife.
Indulge a superb massage, body scrub or wellness treatment, with the best natural and organic products.
Explore the island on a fascinating spice tour or the winding alleys of Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It was wildest, untouched Africa, and it was magic. Jane Goodall Rubondo Island National Park in Tanzania lies on Lake Victoria in the South-Western corner and represents a paradise for wildlife and a chimpanzees sanctuary. Rubondo is Africa’s largest island national park characterized […]