– An Inland Tide of Hooves and Horns Follows the Rains –

A Surging Mass of Millions

Wildebeest, zebra, gazelles and eland. Responding, as one, to the migration call. Take a ringside seat and be captivated by the sights, the sounds and the drama of this grand scale event. Then explore beyond the Serengeti wilderness and discover other celebrated aspects of Tanzania’s natural beauty and culture.

Staying North, Travel through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area

It is here you will find the Ngorongoro Crater amidst a wonder-world of volcanic features. This massive depression extends from the clouds at its rim, to a crater floor of plains, forest, river and lake. Prolific game, including Africa’s “Big 5”, thrive within this fertile bowl.

Travel West, to the Singular Mahale Mountains National Park

There is a wealth of primates to be found here. A Chimpanzee Safari offers you the rare opportunity of time with an engaging and long-researched group. Lake Tanganyika’s pristine shore and lake waters are irresistible gems.

To the South, the Selous Game Reserve

A World Heritage Site bisected by the Rufiji, Tanzania’s largest river. A Boat Safari will bring a host of photographic opportunities, as you drift within a breath of the wildlife.

Go East, past the Island of Zanzibar, to Mnemba Island

This private piece of Eden is set amidst an aquamarine halo of gentle, reef-protected waters.

Quick Facts

Population: 49.25 million

Area: 945,203 km²

Preferred Properties: 5

Game drives provide a feast of migration viewing opportunities.

Seasonally positioned tented camps are perfectly poised to shadow this journey.

There is a pivotal moment before the animals brave the Grumeti River.

Their instinct for danger is primed. However, it is the drive for survival that sends them in thunderous accord through the waters.

Strength and agility, highly valued in the Maasai culture, are wonderfully illustrated in the traditional adamu or Jumping Dance performed by young Maasai warriors.

Community visits and interactions provide a fascinating window on their long-held traditions.

Snow streaked slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro present just one of the many beautiful faces of Africa’s highest mountain.

5 markedly different vegetation zones are to be found in these environs, ranging from rain forest to alpine desert. These surrounds are protected by the Kilimanjaro National Park – just one of eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tanzania.

A cocoon of soft sand, warm sea and big sky: lamplight sets the scene for a candlelit beach barbeque in impeccable Mnemba-Island style.

Private dining options include ‘sandcastle dinners’ and forest settings.