is Tanzania’s most famous park, renowned for its abundance of leopards and lions. With wide open plains, huge herds of wildebeest can be spectacularly seen during the annual migration.
is tucked below the majesty of the Rift Valley wall and consists of a narrow band of forest, flanked by the sheer 600m high red and brown cliffs of the escarpment on one side, and the white-hot shores of an ancient soda lake on the other.
encompasses the large open grass plains of southern ‘Maasai Land’ and remains one of the best kept secrets on the northern safari circuit.
boasts the finest blend of landscapes, wildlife, people and archeological sites in Africa. Travelling from the crater rim down into the crater itself is a fantastic experience.
is world-famous for the fantastic climbing opportunities the mountain provides to both experienced and inexperienced climbers. Mt Kilimanjaro is actually a dormant volcano and is Africa’s highest mountain at 5895 meters.
is both beautiful and exotic. From this remote outpost, at the hub of the monsoon trading routes, journeys of discovery were planned and empires established. Zanzibar retains the imprint of its past in world heritage-listed Stone Town. Outside of Stone Town, Zanzibar boasts some of the world’s most stunning beaches.