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The Greatest Wildlife Specactle on Earth

WONDEROUS WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS

The seemingly endless plains of the Serengeti host one of the world’s greatest displays of animal migration. Nothing can prepare you for the sheer number of animals that descend upon the area in a pilgrimage in search of food and water. Witness the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle – up close!

Up to 1.5 million wildebeest and zebra perform this large-scale migration. Not surprisingly, there are large numbers of predators ready to contribute to the circle of life.

Maasai pastoralists also live in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, tending their herds of cattle, sheep, and goats. There is fossil evidence to suggest this area has been occupied by hominids for at least 3 million years.

Spend time in luxurious and private tented camps; the most exclusive way of getting close to the true essence of safari.

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Featured safaris

TANZANIA SAFARI HIGHLIGHTS

The beauty of Tanzania is unmatched in Africa. It is a country of natural splendour, fascinating wildlife, enchanting ancient towns, archaeological remains, and geological wonders. Visit the Serengeti to witness the mighty herds of the Great Migration thundering over the plains. End your safari with a serene beach holiday on the Island of Zanzibar to experience the exotic beauty of the Spice Islands.

HIGHLIGHTS :

  • The northern circuit' is a wildlife spectacle in Tanzania. Safaris to the Serengeti are considered by many to be the most spectacular in Africa. The Serengeti is one of the premier places in Africa to see predators like lions, leopards, and cheetahs.

  • Nyerere National Park (formerly the Selous) is the largest game reserve in Africa - larger than Switzerland - with only a few small camps around. It is ideal for combining with the hotter, drier Ruaha National Park. Each provides an authentic wilderness experience.

  • There are very few other travelers in Western Tanzania, which makes for superb wildlife safari experiences. The buffalo and lion of Katavi National Park or the chimpanzees of the densely forested Mahale Mountains National Park will captivate you, as will the history of the region.

  • Experience the Ngorongoro Crater is the world's largest intact, unflooded caldera, home to one of the biggest concentrations of large mammals in Africa. Lions and hyenas abound.

  • Take a walking safari in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park. The park features large herds of elephants and spectacular scenery.. 

  • Conservation centric experiences through Martin Meyer Safaris - walk with the Masaai and Martin Meyer

  • Our team of professionals can help you plan your climb of Mt Kilimanjaro.

  • Walking tours and cultural tours in Zanzibar, once Martin's home away from home

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FEATURED SAFARIS

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Tanzania Classic North

Explore northern Tanzania's most iconic sights and visit some of the country's most spectacular national parks. Here, wildlife is plentiful and the landscape is dynamic with magnificent views of the Great Rift Valley and Zanzibar. Immerse yourself in the Maasai culture. Go on memorable game drives. Look for rhinos in the Ngorongoro Crater, and admire the scenery of the Serengeti. Find elephants in the lush swamps, and explore the savannahs of Tarangire. View the endless plains of the Serengeti on this memorable safari  adventure. Activities include game drives, walking safari, night drives, and Maasai cultural visits, with the magnificent optional extension to Matemwe, on the Island of Zanzibar

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Tanzania North to South

See Tanzania in style, staying at some of the country’s finest accommodation in four very different national parks, flying from point to point. Watch herds of elephant in Tarangire, game drive in the dormant Ngorongoro Crater, visit an authentic Maasai village and experience Maasai culture,  search for big cats in the Serengeti, and look for elephant in Ruaha.  This safari will take you to some of the most renowned national parks in East Africa, in addition to the lesser known locations, offering an unforgettable safari experience    

Discover a life-enriching journey filled with tranquillity, adventure, luxury, and authenticity, and unique safari experiences.

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Southern Tanzania & Zanzibar

This 8-night safari combines two of Tanzania's most celebrated conservation areas. 

Explore the wildlife-rich and unspoilt wilderness areas of southern Tanzania’s game reserves on safari before flying to the beautiful island of Zanzibar for days spent snorkelling on tropical reefs and enjoying sandbank picnics. Explore the waterways and plains of Nyerere National Park (formerly the Selous Game Reserve) by boat, vehicle, and foot, before searching for game for big cats in Ruaha National Park, home to 10 percent of Africa’s lion population.  Enjoy the breath-taking landscapes and diverse, abundant wildlife on this journey of discovery.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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What is the best Tanzanian safari experience?

Tanzania offers incredible safari experiences, from the Great Migration of millions of Zebra and Wildebeest through the Serengeti, to the ancient caldera of the Ngorongoro Crater - a natural wonder of the world! The northern Tanzanian Safari circuit is by far the most popular however there are a number of hidden gems to consider

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When is the best time to visit Tanzania?

Undoubtedly the long dry season from July to September, which is when the migration is at its peak. It is also a wonderful time to include a beach escape to Zanzibar at the end of your safari. 

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Can I combine Kenya and Tanzania?

Yes of course! If your heart is set on viewing the Great Migration, why not combine the Masai Mara and the Serengeti - this gives you the best chance of viewing the mega herds as they move between the two countries! Alternatively, you can enjoy your safari experience in Kenya and end on the white sandy beaches of Zanzibar in Tanzania - the best of both worlds!

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Is Tanzania a safe country?

Tanzania is considered a safe country, and one of the safest countries on the African Continent. Tanzania is ranked with a safe score of 2 out of 5 on the Global Peace index, the lower the score, the more peaceful the country!