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  • Hi Michele, thanks for organizing a really great holiday for us, we had a great time!IMPALA CAMP: we loved this camp and wished we could have stayed longer….the food was good and Barbara was great and everyone was really friendly, our guide was Mokila and our driver was Khalid, they were both very enthusiastic… the jeeps were good and we had a jeep to ourselves for the 3 days… we loved it here…RUAHA: yes very different and a lot drier than Selous! It was better for game viewing as you could get closer to the animals. MWAGUSI CAMP: nice camp, but we found it very ‘restricted’ compared to Impala. RAS NUNGWI: a nice place, we had a good room (4) with a lovely view……it was a nice place to chill out for a few days and wash off the dirt from the bush! Overall it was a really great holiday, and many thanks for organizing for us and making it all happen, we look forward to the 2013 itineary ideas!

    Gary and Kat travelled to the Selous, Ruaha and Zanzibar in Tanzania


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Map of Tanzania

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  • Ngorongoro Crater from viewpoint, Tanzania

    Ngorongoro Crater

    One of Africa’s best known and most unique attractions, the Ngorongoro Crater is a spectacular ‘caldera’ offering majestic views from the crater rim and superb game-viewing on the crater floor.

  • Serengeti wildebeest running, Tanzania

    Serengeti National Park

    A huge tract of stunning open grassland plains, interspersed with acacia woodland, forested river courses and rocky outcrops. Home to a huge variety of wildlife, including the annual wildebeest and zebra migration.

  • Lake Manyara lion cub in tree, Tanzania

    Lake Manyara National Park

    A small but very beautiful park at the foot of the Rift Valley escarpment. Good game-viewing and birding, including flamingos on the lake, and worth a visit if passing.

  • Tarangire Silale swamp elephants, Tanzania

    Tarangire National Park

    A good all round wildlife destination with some lovely scenery and superb game-viewing in the dry season, especially elephants.

  • Kilimanjaro ice fields, Tanzania

    Mount Kilimanjaro

    At 5895m (19340ft) Uhuru Peak on Kilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa. The climb is physically exhausting but not technical, and takes between 5 and 7 days.

  • Zanzibar La Gemma beach, Tanzania


    This ‘spice island’ is full of character and history, but is best known as a fantastic and convenient beach destination, with good scuba diving.

  • Selous hippo and calf, Rufiji River, Tanzania

    Selous Game Reserve

    A huge and varied reserve with good game-viewing, excellent birding and wonderful boat cruises along the Rufiji River.

  • Ruaha river view, Tanzania

    Ruaha National Park

    Truly wild and remote African wilderness, with fantastic big game concentrations and varied habitats.

  • Katavi kill on Chada plains, Tanzania

    Katavi National Park

    Very remote and one of Africa’s most exclusive safari destinations. Major game concentrations in the dry season, especially elephant, buffalo and hippo.

  • Mahale Mountains chimpanzee face, Tanzania

    Mahale Mountains National Park

    A stunning and unique natural destination, where densely forested mountains tumble down to meet the golden beaches and crystal clear waters of Lake Tanganyika. Wild and remote, this is the best place in Africa to see chimps in the wild.

Mahale Mountains Serengeti Ngorongoro Crater Mount Kilimanjaro Lake Manyara Tarangire Zanzibar Katavi Ruaha Selous