ONLY TANZANIA- CAPTIVATING WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS, EPIC LANDSCAPES & THE GREAT MIGRATION
THE WORLD LEADING WILDLIFE DESTINATIONS
Tanzania is a safari destination without equal. World class national parks offer some of Africa’s best game viewing, while Mount Kilimanjaro, Lakes Victoria and Tanganyika, and Indian Ocean coastline add to its attraction. Zanzibar, and the nearby islands too, offer dazzling white sand beaches and stunning marine life.
Tanzania on the east coast of Africa has an abundance of environments to explore and wildlife to encounter: from flamingos in Lake Manyara, to big tuskers in the Ngorongoro Crater and the great migration in the Serengeti. Tanzania is home to the highest mountain on the continent: Mount Kilimanjaro and some of the most celebrated beaches and pristine coral reefs in Africa across Zanzibar.
Tanzania’s vastness encompasses a great diversity of habitats and each region is famous for particular species, from the chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains, to the desert-adapted antelope of Ruaha, and the flamingos and famous tree-climbing lions of Lake Manyara, to the crocodiles and hippo in the mighty Rufiji River in Selous.
LUXURY SAFARI & ACCOMMODATION
In Tanzania it is possible to stay in some of the most luxurious lodges in Africa, and herds of elephant and giraffe, as well as big cats, can be seen in both the north and south of the country.
Zanzibar and its surrounding islands off the east coast of Tanzania have stunning white sand beaches and excellent coral reefs. The warm Indian Ocean makes Zanzibar a perfect relaxing getaway, and a stunning change of scenery from Tanzania’s game reserves and national parks.
Here at A2A Safari we have hand-picked the best mobile camps in the Serengeti to position you closest to the wildlife, have found the best guides to help you explore the remote Selous on foot, and the most idyllic beach properties to end your adventures on, whether you want a luxury resort or a charming simple cottage on the beach.
All our quality Tanzania safaris and tours are both intriguing and exciting, created by a fascinating balance between the wildlife, the stunning landscapes and the friendly Tanzanian people.