Tanzania is one of Africa’s top wildlife safari destinations, Wildlife lovers have a choice of two very different safari routes – referred to as the Northern and Southern circuits.

On the Northern Tanzania safari circuit, you visit such renowned wildlife heaven  as Serengeti  National Park , Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tarangire National Park  and Lake Manyara National Park.




The Serengeti is home to an endless list of wildlife including Lions, Leopards, Rhinoceros, Elephants, Buffalos, and Cheetahs. Many predators can be found in the park, including all three species of African Jackal.

Wildebeest, Zebra, Gazelle, Impala Hartebeest, Topi and Waterbuck wander the grasslands. More than 500 species of birds, insects and small creatures also call the Serengeti home.


There is nothing quite like soaring high above the herds in a hot air balloon, as the sun rises over Serengeti. If this prospect appeals, and you decide to add a balloon safari to your itinerary

A popular addition to your game drives and stay in the Serengeti or Tarangire National Parks is a balloon safari. It is an adventure as the hot air floats gently in the direction of the wind, offering a different view over the amazing scenery and wildlife below.


The Great Wildebeest Migration is the largest animal migration in the world.  We live here. We know where the animals will be at the time of your visit. We will get you close to the action

Witnessing a river crossing of the great wildebeest migration is a heart pounding experience. The path of the migration takes the herds across the Grumeti River in the Serengeti and then the Mara River in the Maasai Mara. The herds concentrate into a dense pack of many thousands of animals, plunging through the deep water, with crocodiles lying in wait for the weak and unwary. The major river crossings take place in July (Grumeti) and in September (Mara).