Experience: Bird Watching, Scenery, Game watching warm-ups
Access: Vehicle
Closest Airport: Arusha Airport and Kilimanjaro International Airport
Recommended Stay: Day Trip

Arusha National Park

The traditional departing point for many Safaris. Arusha National Park is a peaceful landscape north of Arusha which includes Mt Meru (4566m), Ngurdoto Crater and the multi-coloured Momella lake. An incredible scenery of a lush forest vegetation attracting wild-game animals (elephants, giraffes, zebras, buffalos, black and white colobus, blue monkeys and occasionally lions, leopards, wild dogs - painted African wolves) and a large variety of birds.

In this area, a walking safari accompanied by a park ranger is possible. In any wild landscape, threats are sometimes present and your safety is our top priority. Read More



Experience: Game watching
Access: Vehicle or small aircraft
Closest Airport: Kilimanjaro International Airport, also scheduled flights are available to Arusha airport and Kuro airstrip
Recommended Stay: Day Trip - 2 days

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire is known for a dense wildlife population including an unbelievable numbers of elephants, suggested to be the largest in Africa. The national parks wildlife concentration is second only to Serengeti.

Big cats are known to roam the area, sustained by large masses of wildebeest, buffalo, impala, zebra and a variety of antelopes.

Beautiful Stories of the magic of this park are told by local residents, guides and guests. Many claim the Baobab trees (Tree of Life) alone are enough reason to visit. Read More…



Experience: Bird watching and Game viewing
Access: Vehicle or small aircraft
Closest Airport: Kilimanjaro Airport though there are other small airstrip like Manyara airstrip for light planes.
Recommended Stay: Day Trip

Lake Manyara National Park

The park lies on route to Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Serengeti National Park. A small but scenic park, it is excellent for bird watching, night safari (especially when overnight at Lake Manyara Tree lodge) and often offers the chance to spot legendary Lake Manyara tree climbing Lions.

Lake Manyara is home to Tanzania’s first Treetop walkway. The 370 meter air walk gradually rises up to 18 meters above ground offering the perfect opportunity to enjoy birdlife, butterflies and monkeys. A unique atmosphere for nature lovers.

The park slogan, ‘’Take nothing except nourishment for the soul, consolation for the heart, inspiration for the mind’’ delivers what is promised. Read More…



Experience: Game viewing, Cultural visits
Access: Vehicle or small aircraft
Closest Airport: Kilimanjaro International Airport or Manyara airstrip can be accessed by light aircrafts
Recommended Stay: 2 nights

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its magnificent natural wonders, Ngorongoro is the world’s largest un-flooded, unbroken volcanic caldera.

The area boosts incredible scenery as you venture down from the main gate. The walls are immersed with lush forest, eye-catching long trees. Breathe in fresh, natural air you will want to breath everyday.

Steering down gently towards the crater floor, experience the magic of one of the world’s most unchanged wildlife sanctuaries. It is host to almost every individual species of wildlife found in East Africa with an estimated population of 25,000 animals.

Don’t miss out on an opportunity of a lifetime. A place we highly recommend for a two nights stay. Read More…



Experience: Game viewing
Access: Vehicle or small aircraft
Closest Airport: Kilimanjaro International Airport or park airstrips
Recommended Stay: 3-6 days

Serengeti National Park

The iconic safari destination in Africa, this spectacular destination is listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Seventh Wonder of the world. With more than two million wildebeest, 500,000 thomson’s gazelle and 250,000 zebra, the annual Serengeti Great Migration is an unique and incredible event.

The Serengeti has been inspiration to writers, filmmakers and photographers for decades and home to important scientific research. In the late 1950’s Dr Bernhard Grizmek and his late son Michael did pioneering work in aerial wildlife surveys, resulting in the best-selling classic film “Serengeti Shall Never Die”.

For those who prefer, areas of this park are accessible through a long but beautiful drive. Serengeti is such vast endless place and let us partner with you to make this a truely unforgettable experience.