Safari in Tanzania

The word 'Safari' is derived from Swahili and means journey. In former times it was used for the chase of big game. Meanwhile the meaning of this word has changed and does not mean the shot of big game any more, but the photography and the observation of them. The famous 'Big Five', i.e. lion, buffalo, elefant, leopard and rhino, can be all seen in the African savannas. In addition other animals like wildebeest, zebra, hyena, giraffe, hippo, antilopes, cheetah, crocodile and many many others more can be observed.

In our Safaris our experienced staff will guide you perfectly through the savannas. We know the places to see. They depend on the season and the rain. Equipped with our 4x4 Jeeps we are able to approach the interesting loacations.
We offer the stay in comfortable lodges. Alternatively you can stay in a tent.


One of the world's most famous Safari destination is the Serengeti. Enclosuring an area of 30.000 km it is declared wordl heritage by UNESCO.

A Safari in the Serengeti is a safari you never will forget. Depending on season and water occurence millions of animals cross the Tanzanian savannas and National Parks, and your chance to see the animals mentioned above is probably nowhere better.

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Ngorongoro National Park

Ngorongoro Conservation Area is also a World Herigage Site. In the Ngorongoro crater you have a guarantee to watch the endangered rhino.

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Lake Manyara

But also the closer situated National Parks are worth to be visited. The Lake Manyara National Park is a National Park in the north of Tanzania. It extends in the west with the Great Rift Valley to the east with the Lake Manyara. In the south there are the hot springs Maji Moto. The Lake Manyara National Park has probably the highest density in necromass of mammals worldwide.

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Tarangire National Park

The Tarangire National Park is located in the north of Tanzania southwest of Arusha. Through the park goes the Tarangire river which has water all year long, even in the dry season. For this reason many animals come here from the dry regions making it to one of the most dense big game areas in Africa.

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Other interesing sites

There are many other interesting areas to see in Tanzania, namely the Lake Natron with its famous flamingos and other paradises for bird enthusiasts.

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