Tanzania Safaris


Tanzania Safaris can take many forms depending on what excites you. We specialize in providing you with the finest safari experiences, in absolute comfort and style!

All of our safaris are expertly-guided, guaranteeing that even the most knowledgeable among the group will still learn a thing or two along the way. Days are spent witnessing the wonders of the wild together with plenty of education sprinkled in.

Safaris in Tanzania make for stunning private honeymoons, as well as the most treasured family vacations. For many people, a safari should include some nights under canvas – we have options for every comfort level. They’re more spacious and luxurious than you think! In Tanzania, you can take a private, mobile camping safari – as rustic or as luxurious as you would like. We also offer semi-permanent camps which are set up each season according to the movement of animals across the plains.

Many of the best permanent lodges will house you in great comfort for the duration of your stay, but we can also organize fly-camping excursions to allow you a night or two alone in the wild under an endless star-studded sky. You tell us what sounds best and we will make it happen!

A guide to safari accommodation

Accommodation choices range dramatically in style and attitude; with many almost as worthwhile and interesting as the wildlife around them! This applies across the board to mobile, tented, thatched or hotel, depending on location, management and style of the best places.

Mobile Fly Camp

A private, mobile camp, packed up and pitched on a fresh patch of the wild park each day.

Semi-permanent tented lodge

A camp constructed with large, luxurious, semi-permanent tents; you will not witness their ‘mobility’! The camp is prepared before the arrival of guests, and will not move during your stay.

Tented Camp/ Lodge

A tented lodge or camp is a permanent structure, in which accommodation is under canvas. Most have solid, wooden floors, proper bathrooms, running water and will include a fully solid structure bar and restaurant area.


The safari hotels tend to be much larger, and less personal and intimate versions of lodges. They tend not to have their own safari vehicles, although, as usual, there are exceptions!




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