This itinerary celebrates access to the reserves throughout Tanzania. Wildlife abounds with ample opportunity to experience mountain biking, a village visit, a forest hike or a short nature walk. Archeology enthusiasts will be fascinated by a visit to Olduvai Gorge where Dr. Leakey conducted extensive excavations.
WITH SITA WORLD TOURS
945,087 sq km
English & Swahili
Each year millions of wildebeest, zebra and others embark on a journey north from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve in search of food. Both countries support numerous national parks; several you will visit on this tour to one of Africa’s richest animal grounds.
Experience the Masai Mara, considered by many to be Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve. This is the adventure of a lifetime with a panorama of vast natural spectacle at every turn. The itinerary includes Africa’s most fabled game parks including the Olduvai Gorge, an archeological site excavated by the Leakeys.
Wildlife abounds as we visit the top game reserves along this popular northern safari route in Tanzania. Archeology enthusiasts will be fascinated by a visit to Olduvai Gorge where Dr. Leakey conducted extensive excavations.
Experience Africa like travelers of yesteryear but with the modern comforts of today. We’ve replaced the ox-wagons and bearers with custom-made 4×4 safari vehicles and professional guides, and the cramped dull tent, with charming spacious canvases. Exciting game drives will fill your days and safari style will fill your nights. Our private Tanzania Under Canvas mobile camps feature a chef, waiter and support crew, home cooked meals, and en-suite bathrooms inside your spacious tent – your own private wilderness experience.
The islands are a semi-autonomous region of Tanzania. Historically they have featured importantly in the colonial spice trade and spices are still an important part of the economy. Today’s visitors to the archipelago about 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania enjoy the unique culture, history and beautiful beaches along the crystal clear Indian Ocean.