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10 Day – Group Lodge Safari to Tanzania

This popular tour is a lodge safari driving to spectacular wildlife found in Lake Manyara, the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire. A perfect trip for first timers!


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10 Day – Sky Safari to Tanzania

This luxury flying safari offers the ultimate in comfort as you fly in an exclusive plane from camp staying at the Elewana portfolio. By flying you will be able to enjoy the African scenery including the Great Rift Valley and exclude the long drives between the parks


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11 Day – Plains of The Serengeti Private Tented Safari

Our most affordable experience to travel with your own private guide and vehicle. Also experience staying at tented accommodations. Stay in the Serengeti with three nights on the plains – allowing for two full days of game viewing. Daily departure based on 2-6 persons in one vehicle.


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12 Day – Best of Tanzania Luxury Private Safari

Experience the beauty of Lake Manyara or Tarangire and the Ngorongoro Crater in a luxury tree camp and lodge. You have the services of our highest level of private guide and vehicle for this portion of the safari. You stay in two areas of the Serengeti in deluxe (we really mean LUXURY) semi-permanent tented camps that are ideally located to view the "Great Migration" depending on the time of year you travel.


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12 Day – Migration Private Safari to Tanzania

This private Tanzania safari highlights the Serengeti and the migration of the wildebeest, regardless of what time of year you travel. Enjoy luxury in the Elewana portfolio of accommodations. The advantage of having a PRIVATE guide and your own vehicle is that you can dictate the schedule each day and this means departing as early or as late as you like. This Tanzania safari highlights the Serengeti and the migration of the wildebeest, regardless of what time of year you travel.


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14 Day – ‘Under Tanzania Skies’ Group Safari

An Africa Adventure Company Signature Safari that highlights one of the top wildlife destinations in Africa! Photographic delight! Now featuring three days of game-viewing in the Serengeti – the whole reason for going to Africa is to see wildlife and this ensures that you have enough days in one place to really find the animals and perhaps view part of the Migration.


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14 Day – Best of Tanzania with Great Guides

This safari truly offers the BEST of Tanzania. It is designed for the discerning traveler who wants to optimize their game viewing time by having a private guide and vehicle. Features 5 nights in the Serengeti in two different locations. We have taken LUXURY mobile tenting to the tops in Tanzania as these tents are very large and roomy! This is a highlight for everyone who delights in having the personal service of the camp staff, the intimacy of the camp and for experiencing the sights and sounds of Africa in a remote location.


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14 Day – Group Explorer Tented Safari to Tanzania

This is our most affordable group driving safari to Tanzania that visits the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire and Lake Eyasi - all the great game viewing areas plus a cultural immersion. The accommodations are Adventurer permanent tented camps, and lodges. Group size is a maximum 10 people.


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14 Day – Family Wildlife and Wilderness Safari to Tanzania

Our suggested family program offers great value for families, teenagers and children. Both Conde Nast Traveler and Travel & Leisure have recognized us in as the top Travel Specialist and Safari Outfitter to plan family safaris to wildlife destinations in Tanzania! This itinerary can be modified and tailor-made to customize and plan your own family safari. Ask about visiting Ndarakwai Ranch for a day or two of volunteering.


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14 Day – Group Kilimanjaro Climb and Lodge Safari to Tanzania

Departure on a Monday. This popular program combines a group Mt Kilimanjaro Climb hiking the Rongai route, The group safari drives through the parks to the Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara.


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14 Day – Group Safari and Island Getaway to Tanzania

The week on safari includes visiting the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater with a small group set departure. Finish with the culture of Zanzibar's Stone Town, and the white beaches of exotic Zanzibar's coastline.


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14 Day – Group Tanzania Lodge Safari and Rwanda Gorilla trekking

A classic signature program that combines the Serengeti plains and gorilla primates on a safari. Enjoy a private game viewing safari to the major parks in Northern Tanzania with two gorilla treks in Volcano National Park in Rwanda. Less expensive options are available when we substitute for a group departure safari in Tanzania.


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14 Day – Honeymoon Safari and Beach to Tanzania

This Tanzanian Honeymoon safari begins with a private guide and vehicle for exploring the Rift Valley and Ngorongoro Crater. Continue on a flying safari to the Serengeti with shared game drives. Four nights in the Serengeti offers three full days of game drives in this magnificent game park.


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14 Day – Plains and Wilderness of Tanzania

Experience the future of Tanzania conservation. This program features two camps situated in private concession areas within the Serengeti and remote Ruaha or Selous. The highlight of your adventure may be the diverse activities in the Ruaha or Selous such as walking safaris and boating on the Rufiji River in the Selous and front row seats to the Migration on the Serengeti plains.


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17 Day – North and South Safari to Tanzania

This popular program is a group lodge safari driving through the parks to Lake Manyara, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater followed by a flying safari to the Selous. Your driver/guide has an excellent knowledge of the areas that you will visit. The parks are chosen for their eco-systems and variety of wildlife and bird species. Departures: Once a week.


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8 Day – Ndarakwai Voluntourism

Experience 8 days at Ndarakwai where you can actively participate in voluntourism projects like assisting teachers with reading and writing skills in the classrooms, building projects at Masai schools, assisting in anti-poaching support, weeding out invasive non-indigenous plants and environmental related activities with elephant. Ndarakwai is located in the foothills of Kilimanjaro.


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8 Day – Tanzania Flying Safari

Experience the beauty of the Serengeti on this flying safari staying in Asilia Portfolio of Camps. Customize your camp stays by selecting the areas within the Serengeti that is at its best during your travel dates. Asilia’s deluxe (we really mean LUXURY) seasonal tented camps are ideally located to view the "Great Migration" depending on the time of year you travel.


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9 Day – In The Footsteps of David Livingstone

Travel back in time and explore the historical routes less traveled David Livingstone. Begin along the “Swahili coastline” of Zanzibar and Dar Es Salaam exploring the museums, the colorful markets and bustling trading harbors.

Signature Safari Program - $5,895.00

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The best game viewing areas on the continent of Africa is a highly debated topic, but Tanzania is one obvious contender. In Tanzania, you can see game by roof hatch, poptop or open vehicle (in some areas) in the parks and participate in walking, hiking, mountain climbing, boating, canoeing and ballooning. Accommodations vary from lodges to small fixed tented camps and mobile tented safaris.

The “Northern Circuit” includes Arusha National Park, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Oldupai Gorge and the Serengeti National Park.

Arusha National Park

This highly underrated park is predominantly inhabited by forest animals, while in the order northern parks, savannah animals are more prevalent...

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Lake Eyasi

Lake Eyasi lies on the southern border of the Ngorongoro Conservation area and is Tanzania’s largest soda lake. This area is where the Waha..

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Lake Manyara National Park

This 125-square-mile (325-km2) park has the Great Rift Valley Escarpment for a dramatic backdrop and was once one of the most popular hunting are..

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Mt. Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and on a clear morning can offer a panoramic view from the "Roof of Africa" down to the surro..

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Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater is the largest unflooded, intact caldera in the world. Known as the eighth wonder of the world, its vastness and beauty are..

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Northern Tanzania

This region, from Mt. Kilimanjaro in the east to Serengeti National Park in the west, is the area most visited by tourists and boasts many of the..

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Ruaha National Park

Ruaha, known for its great populations of elephant, buffalo, greater and lesser kudu, hippo, crocs and magnificent scenery, is one of the country..

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Selous Game Reserve

This little-known reserve happens to be the second largest game reserve in Africa, and it is a World Heritage Site. Over 21,000-square-miles (55,..

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Serengeti is derived from the Maasai language and appropriately means "endless plain." Altitude varies from 3,120 to 6,070 feet. As you enter the..

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Tarangire National Park

Tarangire is the third largest national park in Tanzania. Majestic baobab trees are an interesting feature of the park, dwarfing all but the elep..

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2013 Tanzania Safari Photos

View Photo Competition Winners

Marcos Wettreich - Tree climbing lions are becoming more frequently spotted in Tanzanian’s Tarangire and Serengeti National Parks. Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 400mm, f/12.9, ISO 640David Rockwell - Adult lion brothers take an optimum vantage point to view the Serengeti plainsKathy Opitz - The Serengeti plains are the perfect camouflage for this adult male lion stalking its prey. Canon EOS REBEL T4i, 400mm, f/8.0, ISO 100Gary Luckman - These stunning lions are part of the healthy population in Tanzania’s Grumeti Reserve
Frances Porter - Lion cubs are born with brown rosettes (spots) on their fur which will fade with age (Serengeti, Tanzania)Gary Luckman - A herd of zebra watch with great interest as this lion laps from a waterhole (Tarangire, Tanzania)Gary Luckman - This little lion cub in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park has an estimated life span of 10-14 yearsKatherine Keerdoja - An iconic image of a massive male lion posing on a rock kopje in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. WB250F/WB251F/WB252F, 72mm, f/5.8, ISO 100
Katie Farrar - A lioness watches elephants gather along the Tarangire River in Tarangire National Park, TanzaniaRon Addelstone - Lions nuzzles on the Serengeti plains near Ubuntu CampLynn Feuerbach - Lions nap on a tree in the southern Serengeti as the migration of the wildebeest graze on the distant plainsZeke Changuris - Using a tree to its fullest advantage, this leopard gazes out across the Serengeti plains in search of prey and predators
Stan Gottschalk - A truly unique moment to witness on safari at the Silale Swamp, Tarangire, Tanzania; this lioness woke up to a black mamba descending a tree (a mamba is one of Africa’s most poisonous snakes). NIKON D50, 100mm, f/5.6, ISO 200Mitch Brown - Leopard have great diversity in coat color and rosette patterns depending on where they live in Africa. (This leopard was photographed in Tanzania)Lynne Feuerbach - A coalition of cheetah on the move in Ndutu Conservation area of TanzaniaJane Koester - This giraffe is dwarfed by the massive baobab tree in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania
Marcos Wettreich - The Serengeti plains are home to an estimated 1500 cheetah. Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 400mm, f/7.0, ISO 100Lesley De Honey - An iconic moment on safari is discovering a leopard sleeping on a tree limb in Tanzania’s SerengetiMitch Brown - Zebra are also part of the great migration across the Serengeti and Maasai Mara. From December-March they graze around the rock kopjes in the Southern SerengetiRon Addelstone - The word “Serengeti” is derived from the Maasai word meaning “endless plains”
Gary Luckman - Tanzania offers great diversity for travelers, from the highest peak in Africa to the open plains of the SerengetiLynne Will - Mount Kilimanjaro is the world’s highest mountain that is not part of a mountain range. Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi, 76mm, f/9.0, ISO 100Katie Farrar - An aerial view of the migration of the wildebeest over the Serengeti’s plainsKatie Farrar - Tarangire National Park is one of Tanzania’s most scenic
Jeanne Mitcho - This impressive bateleur eagle can have a wingspan of 6 feet (Lake Manyara, Tanzania). Canon EOS 7D, 350mm, f/10.0, ISO 100Annie Beharry - Market day in Arusha, TanzaniaKatie Farrar - Students at a Tanzanian Secondary School stay focused on their educationKatie Farrar - Traditional Maasai boma and huts near the Ngorongoro Conservation area, Tanzania
Katie Farrar - A young member of the Maasai tribe in TanzaniaA special moment for Katie Farrar during her visit to a local Maasai school in TanzaniaJane Koester and Carol Ann Long visit Ndarakwai Ranch in Tanzania where they enjoyed the elephant encounterGary, Brooke and Donna Luckman stand on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Donna Luckman blows up a balloon for children at a local school in the Karatu highlands, TanzaniaThe Bendesky family admires the Silale Swamp in Tarangire National Park, TanzaniaMichael McGrath and Frances Sommerville are dwarfed by the enormous baobab tree in Tarangire National Park, TanzaniaHeather Brazell and guide Hamza Visram enjoy sundowners on the Serengeti (Grumeti Reserve, Tanzania)