Which type of safari traveler are you

Which type of safari traveler are you?

For every guest we aim to create the perfect holiday. A private safari that entirely matches your individual needs and wishes. But how well do you know what you are looking for? Are you looking for authentic experiences away from the crowds? Do you like to meet new people and learn about different cultures? Or are you a true safari lover who wants to get lost in the magic of wild Africa? We drafted five different types of safari travelers. Which one are you?   1. The Wildlife Enthusiast As a true wildlife fan you are traveling to Africa for only one reason: seeing wild animals! As many and from as close as possible. Probably you have created a wildlife checklist and you are determined not to return home without having seen the Big 5. The wide savanna plains of the Serengeti National Park with its wildebeest migration, the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater but also the scenic Tarangire National Park do not miss out in your itinerary. You are the first one up in the morning, ready for a
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Why Tanzania?  Top-5 reasons

You would like to go on a private safari, climb a mountain or enjoy a relaxing beach holiday. But you are not sure which country to choose? We give you 5 reasons why you should choose Tanzania. 1. Serengeti The most celebrated wildlife reserves in the world. This phenomenal national park is home to one of nature’s greatest events: the migration of millions of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles. Book the Serengeti Migration and witness this incredible wildlife event. 2. Ngorongoro crater This paradise is on Unesco’s World Hertitage list. One of the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa can be observed here on the 260 km² crater floor, like the black rhino, lions, cheetahs, elephants, buffaloes and hippos. View Safaris & Tours for the itineraries or contact us for a personal advice. 3. Mount Kilimanjaro To climb Mount Kilimanjaro appears on bucket lists, a dream of many. It is a real challenge to climb the highest mountain of Africa (5,895 meter). The trekking starts in the tropi
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