Discover the signature highlights of Tanzania as you make your way from the north to the coast. Experience Maasai culture at Kilimanjaro and wildlife safaris in Manyara and Ngorongoro, explore the stunning Serengeti on morning and afternoon game drives and enjoy downtime by the azure Indian Ocean at Zanzibar’s beautiful beaches.
Your unspoilt safari haven! Considered off-the-beaten path for many with few human visitors, West Kilimanjaro is a concession area to the west of Mount Kilimanjaro and South of the Amboseli National Park in Kenya.
Africa Amini Maasai Lodge: Bush walks and cultural interaction with Maasai Learn about every day life on a nature walk with a Maasai guide, take a donkey ride and experience a spear throwing competition with the local Maasai
Nestled at the base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment, Lake Manyara National Park is stunningly beautiful. Further on, the Ngorongoro Crater has one of the highest wildlife densities on earth.
Game Drive in Manyara National Park Witness tree climbing lions, a rare sight if ever there was one, at northern Tanzania’s Manyara National Park. Manyara National Park occupies a vast area, spread over 330 square kilometers, and has a lake covering 200 square kilometers of this area. Explore the landscape and the rich flora and fauna at the park. Marvel at the African elephant, a zebra, or a majestic cheetah in pursuit of prey. Also train your sights on giraffes, impalas, baboons, buffaloes and monkeys. Observe flamingos, hippos and crocodiles at the lake habitat. Enjoy some bird watching and catch cormorants and storks in flight. The months between July and October mark the dry season that is ideal for spotting mammals. Visit between November and June for birdwatching.
Game Drive in Ngorongoro Crater Drive down to the Ngorongoro Crater floor, with some of the most fertile and richest grazing grounds in Africa that has in turn engendered one of the highest density of top predators in the continent! Expect some of the best game viewing opportunities here, with herds of zebras, wildebeests, large prides of lions, hyenas and rhinos, among many more animals and birds. Experience breath-taking sightings of massive herds of wildlife set against the volcanic crater and surrounding highlands of Ngorongoro. Enjoy thrilling game drives in this Unesco World Heritage Site, awash in otherworldly aqua shades. Break for a much deserved picnic lunch amid a magical landscape. Relish a generous and scrumptious luncheon spread, before heading back. (Half Day; Time of Day: Morning; Meal included: Picnic lunch; Fitness Level: Easy; Please bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, binoculars and don’t forget your cameras).
With countless predators including lion, cheetah, leopard, more than two million wildebeest, half a million Thomson’s gazelle, and a quarter of a million zebra, the Serengeti has the greatest concentration of wildlife on our planet.
Serengeti Wilderness Camp: Game Drives Explore the stunning beauty, diverse landscapes and amazing wildlife of the Serengeti on morning, afternoon and full day game drives.
Kubu Kubu Tented Lodge: Game Drives Explore the stunning beauty, diverse landscapes and amazing wildlife of the Serengeti on morning, afternoon and full day game drives.
Stone Town is a place of winding alleys, bustling bazaars, mosques and grand houses, whose original owners competed with each other over the extravagance of their dwellings, reflected in the beautiful brass-studded and carved wooden doors.
Stone Town Walking Tour Discover Zanzibar’s Stone Town on this fascinating walking tour. Take a leisurely, three hour long walk through the winding streets of the old city, admiring the heritage buildings, distinctive architecture and places of interest. Walk over to the ramparts of the Old Fort facing the waterfront. It was built by the Arabs in the 17th Century when they took over the island from the Portuguese. Visit the imposing Beit el-Sahel or Palace Museum nearby, reconstructed from the ruins of Sultan Seyyid Said’s 19th Century royal residence. Stop by East Africa’s first Anglican Cathedral and the formal Forodhani Gardens to get a taste of the district. Amble along the historic alleyways, passing by latticed balconies and carved doorways from another era! Shop for spices and exquisite artifacts at Zanzibar’s famed bazaars, bargaining to your heart’s content.
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I had an incredible experience with Enchanting Travels. From the very beginning, every one I worked with was very helpful. Gunjan and Shivangi worked round the clock to help set up my itinerary and everything was great! Shivangi met me the first day of my trip to go over the itinerary which was extremely sweet of her to do. I felt safe and welcomed. The Guides were all very knowledgeable. Thank you for showing me your beautiful country!