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8 Places to visit in Tanzania for your bucket list – Where to go in 2018?

The new year has started. Most likely you are already making travel plans for 2018 and hopefully Tanzania is on this list. But with so much to see and to do in this country, it can be a challenge to create the perfect itinerary. To make things a little easier for you, we have listed down eight of Tanzania’s most iconic and unmissable spots! 1. Witness the dramatic river crossings of the Great Migration It is one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles. Thousands of thundering hooves passing the plains of Serengeti National Park. Anxious sounds from the wildebeest and zebras, waiting impatiently at the riverside for their moment to cross. The crossing of the Mara River in northern Serengeti is dramatic and unpredictable. Observing this natural event is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Want to be sure that you are at the right spot at the right time? Check out our Wildebeest Migration Guide with the movement of the herd month by month, which will help you to work out wher
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Safari Photo Competition 2017

 COMPETITION EXPIRED Thank you for your interest. Regretfully the closing date for entry has passed. Please do take this opportunity to find out more about our private safaris to the most incredible wildlife parks in Tanzania, adventurous mountain expeditions or relaxing beach extensions in your own little paradise. And don’t forget to send your best safari photo in 2018!   2017 is slowly coming to an end. We hope you can look back at another beautiful and memorable year. Did you go on safari or make another incredible trip in Africa? Then share your BEST SAFARI PHOTO with us!  How does it work? Send your most stunning safari photo to Note that it is not limited to Tanzania; the photo can be taken anywhere! Indicate clearly your full names and contact details. Mention where and when the photo was taken. Tell us why this photo is so special to you (max. 50 words). After the deadline we will make a preselection of the most remarkable pictures. Our
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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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6 more interesting facts about Tanzania

Tanzania is an extremely diverse country, with abundant wildlife, exotic culture and ancient cities. However, there are tons of interesting facts about Tanzania that you probably had not heard of before.   Tanzania is around eight times the land area of the UK (or half the land area of Western Europe), and has just over half the population (36 million) of UK. About half the population of Tanzania are under 15 years old. Africa blackwood trees, commonly seen in Tanzania, are the most expensive hardwood tree in the world. The mountain’s snow caps are diminishing, having lost more than 80 percent of their mass since 1912. In fact, they may be completely ice free within the next 20 years, according to scientists. Tanzania is one of the most diverse countries in the world, from mountains, islands, deserts, rivers to tropical rainforests, volcanoes, waterfalls and lakes. Tanzania mainly relies on agriculture. And did you know this already about Tanzania?
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