Why Visit Tanzania?

The Great Migration

One of the world’s most extraordinary wonders, this annual journey sees columns of over two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelles as they search out fresh pastures after calving. It’s the ultimate circle of life.


The Ngorongoro Crater

Your first glimpse over this huge caldera will be imprinted on your memory for ever. Drop down into it to find an intensity of wildlife, and the Big 5, like nowhere else, living side by side with Masai farmers.


Mt Kilimanjaro

Seen from afar, or right up close, is one of the most recognisable images in the entire continent. The world’s largest freestanding mountain, one of its three peaks is a dormant volcano.



This spice island is an Indian Ocean jewel. The capital, Stone Town, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, full of intricately carved buildings with ornate wooden doors, mosques and narrow streets, and with an evocative atmosphere.



The word idyllic can never be overused here. Sand so white, and water so mesmerizingly azure, the coastline is simply stunning. Dotted with historic towns – former trading outposts of Middle Eastern merchants – restaurants serving freshly caught seafood, and full of a rich and colourful marine life, they’re a must destination after a trip to the plains.