A place to discover the wild Africa of your dreams. In an untouched country with wide open spaces teeming with wildlife, Tanzania’s game viewing experiences are widely regarded as the best in Africa.

Overlooking this continent crushed by heat is the icy peak of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. The ascension of this awesome mountain has captured the imagination of westerners since the time of the earliest explorers, and was the inspiration for Hemingway’s famous short story, ‘The Snows of Kilimanjaro’.

Stretching far away to the horizon, the infinite plains of the Serengeti are the backdrop to seemingly endless herds of wildebeest and zebra trekking across their annual migrations followed by their predators : lions, cheetahs and hyenas.

Dubbed the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, the Ngorongoro Crater inspires a sense of purity as one observes the thousands of wild animals whose home is a veritable Garden of Eden. Remains of one of the earliest known hominids were discovered in Tanzania, allowing the country to lay claim to the title “The Cradle of Mankind”.

A luxuriant and fertile paradise, Zanzibar set like a jewel in tranquil, coral-filled waters, Zanzibar lives up to its exotic image, with the charm and mystery of the historical Stone Town and the breathtaking beauty of its miles of palm-fringed beaches.



Kenya, home of the safari, one of the world’s top holidays destinations, is a fascinating country. Kenya offers a world of attractions, with his stunning landscapes, cultural diversity, adventure, sports, beautiful beaches and, of course, its unique wildlife. One of the greatest sights is the annual migration of two million wildbeests, together with half a million zebras and thousands of gazelles, across the majestic plains beneath the snowcapped mountains. Kenya is also a unique kind of hospitality. Exposed to the vibrant culture of Kenya and its 42 ethnic groups, visitors are made to feel part of an extended national family, sharing ancient musical traditions and experiencing a unique kind of hospitality.

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