Tanzania Tours and Safaris
One of the most popular tourist destinations in Africa, Tanzania is well-established as one of the best wildlife-viewing destinations in the world. Safaris follow the trail of giant herds of antelope or wildebeest across the Serengeti, while lions lounge in the shade waiting for their next meal to trot by. On the horizon looms the conical silhouette of Kilimanjaro, beckoning the strong of lung and leg, and just off the coast the beaches and Arabian-infused culture of Zanzibar offer travelers a very different Africa.
East Africa Wildlife Safari (DKKTD)
For those short on time, there’s no need to sacrifice big fun or the Big Five on this intense 11-day adventure. Experience the best of wild Africa and explore four famous game parks and reserves of Tanzania and Kenya, including the rolling hills of the Masai Mara and the savannah of the Serengeti. With small groups of only six travellers and a safari vehicle that ensures great views, you’ll be able to grab that perfect shot—this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Highlights: Spotting the Big Five on their home turf and having an expert naturalist at your side, Searching by boat for hippos and crocodiles on Lake Naivasha, Capturing stunning photos that will make your friends jealous, Meeting the locals in small villages and sampling traditional food.
Tanzania Wildlife Safari (DTTWD)
Scour the legendary Serengeti in pursuit of cheetahs and descend into the pristine African wilderness of the Ngorongoro Crater. Your Discovery Adventures naturalist guide will offer keen insight and a unique perspective to some of the most famous wildlife sites and important archaeological sites in East Africa. Travel in small packs—so you’re not lost in the crowd—and stay in the thick of it in luxury wilderness camps and lodges. Our small 4x4 safari vehicles improve your chances of snapping that perfect shot of some of the most amazing animals on the planet—Africa’s Big Five. Discover the majesty of Africa.
Highlights: Experiencing daily wildlife viewing and lectures with an expert local naturalist, Participating in cultural exchanges in local villages, Exploring the origins of human history at Olduvai Gorge– the 'Cradle of Mankind'.