Best times to visit June-October. December to March. Rainy seasons are March-May and November into December.
The vast plains of the Serengeti are home to one of nature’s great spectacles. Whether you are a seasoned safari-goer or a first time Africa visitor, the Great Migration is not to be missed.
Tarangire, with its awe inspiring landscape dotted with baobab trees has an impressive population of wildlife and in Lake Manyara, known for its millions of flamingoes you may also see a tree climbing lion.
Ngorongoro Crater is a sheltered haven for wildlife and in close proximity to Olduvai Gorge-the Cradle of mankind.
Mahale Mountains National Park in unspoilt western Tanzania is home to Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees-tracking these chimps is a magical experience. The enormous, little- known World Heritage listed Selous Game Reserve, in the South, has great herds of elephants, the beautiful sable antelope and the endangered painted hunting dog.
Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro. Adventurers can choose from a variety of routes to the summit and the average length of hike is six to seven days. The altitudes and weather make this an endeavor not to be taken lightly. Rosie can help with deciding the best way to do this.
Photos by: Gamewatchers Safaris