Tanzania - Home of Exotic Safaris
Tanzania sits on the east coast of Africa with a long coastline on the Indian Ocean and the Zanzibar Archipelago ofUnguja, Pemba, Mafia and numerous other tropical islands, her main tourism attractions are the wildlife infested national parks clustered into two groups: the Northern Circuit (Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Tarangire, Manyara, Ngorongoro and Serengeti as well as many other Wildlife Management Area designates) and the Southern Circuit (Selous, Ruaha, Mikumi, Mahale and Ngombe Stream national parks and other Wildlife Management Area designates). But the country is also famous for adventure tourism including mountain climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru (the second tallest) as well as beach and leisure holidays in Zanzibar, Pemba, Mafia and Dar es Salaam. Other tourism attractions include culture, birding, meetings, incentives, conferences and events.
The two primary tribes in Kenya that have kept their traditions are the Maasai and Samburu. The other intriguing tribes are the Turkana, Rendille and the Pokot. Anthropologists and other scientists believe that both tribes share a common ancestry. The Maasai and Samburu follow a nomadic pastoral lifestyle that is deeply rooted in nature. They do not hunt wildlife for food. Instead, their sustenance historically has included milk and their treasured cattle blood and meat, and sometimes preferred roots and plants. Our Tours will take you on a journey to more about them. You have a chance to visit their homes to see their lifestyle.
Every day in the Masai Mara is a thrilling adventure into the unknown. You’re almost certain to spot the Big 5 out on a game drive in a 4 x 4 Land Cruiser or a Safari Vehicle with a pop-up roof. Book with us and enjoy exceptional game drives with our professional Guides.
If it is worth doing it, then we've got it. Book the best tours and activities with us for your beach safari. Spend your trip making memories, not missing on this adrenaline fun-filled activity.
Leave the coast behind as a traditional dhow carves through the crystal-clear lagoon before you snorkel over colourful reefs while shoals of tiny fish swim by. One of the most popular spots is Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park, where craggy coral formations hide eye-catching marine life. Enjoy the temperate waters as an incredible scene plays out below; surreal lionfish on the hunt, sea turtles smoothly navigating the reefs and pods of dolphins moving in playful formation.