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Savannah grasslands, riparian woodlands and rocky outcrops in which dwell dense populations of prey and predators.


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Tanzania is a photographer's dream and a nature lover's paradise. Imagine capturing the raw beauty of the Serengeti, where lions roam freely and cheetahs sprint across the savannah. For bird enthusiasts, Tanzania is home to over 1,000 bird species, each more captivating than the last.

The Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a spot for sighting the Black Rhino, Hippopotamus, Flamingos, Bull Elephant and more

The Seronera Valley is a highlight of our tour. This valley is home to the elusive leopard, often seen resting in the large sausage trees by the river. Many herbivores gather here for a drink, creating a natural spectacle.

Seronera Valley is renowned in East Africa for its leopard sightings. It's a unique experience that rivals even the famous Masai Mara.

Tanzania's landscapes and wildlife offer limitless opportunities for photographers and nature enthusiasts to experience the wonders of the natural world.

How is it?

Spread over 15000km2, Serengeti National Park is the famous venue of one of the planet’s epic spectacles the Great Migration of over 1.5 million compulsive white-bearded wildebeest and some 250,000 zebra, who move along the length of the national park and cross borders into Kenya in search of grass that is literally greener on the other side. Notified for protection by the British in 1951, its exceptional density of predator and prey has made it Africa’s best wild haven. Composed of savannah grassland, riparian woodland and rocky outcrops called kopjes, the Serengeti embodies the enduring symbol of the African bush.

Neighbouring Kenya in the north, this East African wildlife refuge hosts one of Earth’s largest and most spectacular theatres of Nature – the Serengeti Ecosystem. Together with other natural treasures spanning its length and breadth, it has weathered the ravages of time to remain the wild soul of the African continent. And tapping into its juiciest part at the right time, this fulsome Tour will show you the best side of wild Tanzania.

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area includes the Ngorongoro Crater, a large volcanic caldera formed when a giant volcano committed harakiri some three million years ago. Its demise paved the way for a lavish variety of wildlife to thrive in the 2000ft deep, 260km2 pothole that you won’t mind taking a ride in and is clearly a paradigm shift from the vehicle-breaking urban variety.

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