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Located in East Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean.

About Tanzania

Tanzania houses some of the world’s finest treasures such as Mt. Kilimanjaro and many National Parks. The wildlife is easily considered the finest in the world. This small East African country packs a punch full of bucket list experiences.

Tanzanian Experiences

Cultural - Mountaineering - Safari - Spiritual - Foodie
Person in a Tanzanian hot spring

Places of Interest in Tanzania

There are so many places to explore in Tanzania.
Zebras and deer in the Tanzania wild drinking water

Tanzanian National Parks

Tanzania has 26,000 miles of National Parks with over 2 million wildebeest migrating each year. Serengeti, Tarangeri, Lake Manyara, and Ngorongoro Crater are a few that are known for their magnificent wildlife and awe-inspiring natural habitats.

Tents pitched at Mt Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa. Its free floating nature makes it one of the finest in the world. You can experience Mt Kilimanjaro by ascend and summit or enjoy hiking to its breathtaking waterfall.

two Maasai tribe members

Visit the Maasai Tribe

Visiting the Maasai Tribe people is a must stop. The Maasai people’s customs, dress and semi-nomadic lifestyle can easily inspire an appreciation for the soulfulness in a primitive lifestyle.

person holding a basket of coffee beans

Coffee Tours

Coffee Tours, although touristy, are very educational and interactive. The farm guides are very knowledgeable and friendly. Neither activity will disappoint.

Tanzania FAQs

Thinking about joining us on a trip to Tanzania? Here are some common questions we’re asked.

We have a team of local drivers that work directly with us. They are licensed to drive tourists.

Tanzania is a relatively safe country with its primary income coming from tourists. The locals are very friendly. If safety is a concern, we have added security packages to help bring peace of mind.

Yes, most locals speak English and it is very easy to communicate. The primary language is Swahili, and they love it when you learn a few words.

Upcoming Trips to Tanzania

Join us on an upcoming trip to Tanzania guided by experienced world travelers and security experts. 

Tanzania & Zanzibar Expedition

January 31 - February 23, 2023