Private tailor-made safari in Tanzania

Tanzania is unique and offers endless ingredients for your safari of a lifetime. That’s why we offer custom tours with an itinerary based on your choice of highlights, activities and accommodations. We offer your own personal tour and assist with the planning and preparations. Tanzania is our home and we can’t wait to share our experiences with you!

Please have a look below at the highlights we offer, the routes and our selection of accommodations to get a better understanding of the many possibilities for your safari in Tanzania. For inspiration, have a look at our example safaris (or just choose one of these, they are perfect!). Please feel free to contact us with any question you have.

Once you made a choice what would like to see and do, please contact us and we will offer you a customised safari programme.

Wildlife spectacle in the Serengeti
One of the most spectacular natural events of the world is the Great Migration in the Serengeti! Year round, over a million wildebeest, zebra and antelope migrate clockwise around the Serengeti and Masai Mara. We adjust our safari routes according to the migration of the herds, giving you the best chance of seeing migration life close up. Read more 
Arusha National Park

The Giant Fig Tree in Arusha National Park Tanzania

  • Breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru
  • Best time to visit Arusha: June–February
  • Wildlife: more than 400 species of birds, black-white colobus monkeys, giraffe and flamingos
  • Activities: game drive, walking safari, birding safari, canoe trip, visit local community. Read more
Lake Manyara National Park

  • A beautiful lake on the western edge of the Great Rift Valley escarpment. Varied landscapes from green woodlands, Baobab trees and steppes
  • Best time to visit Lake Mayara: June-February
  • Wildlife: hippos, lions, zebra, elephants, giraffe, baboons, antelope and a chance to see the ‘famous’ lions which laze about in trees
  • A bird-lovers paradise with a huge variety of birdlife from flamingos and pelicans to birds of prey, Maribu and Saddle-bill storks.
  • Activities: game drive, night game drive (this is the only park in Tanzania where it is allowed to do night game drives!), walking safari, birding safari, mountain bike safari’s (at the buffer zone of the park) and walks in nearby town Mto wa Mbu and farms. Read more
Serengeti National Park

  • Endless plains, huge numbers predators and worlds largest wildlife spectacle: the great migration of wildebeest. Serengeti gives you the real African feeling!
  • Best time to visit Serengeti: year round, for highlights: January-March (baby-boom) and July-October (river crossing)
  • Wildlife: wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, giraffe, ostrich, cheetah, hyena, lions, jackal and vultures
  • Activities: spectacular game drive’s and birding safari Read more
Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Ngorongoro Crater)

Rhino in Ngorongoro National Park Tanzania

  • One of the most fascinating wildlife areas in the world; a unique ecosystem with more than 25.000 animals the Crater is a kind of “miniature East Africa”
  • Best time to visit Ngorongoro: all year round (but extremely beautiful in June with blooming meadows)
  • Wildlife: best spot to see big five (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo), but also hippos, cheetah, hyena, zebra, wildebeest and flamingo
  • Activities: game drive, birding safari, guided walks and visit Maasai village
  • The Crater can be very busy with cars in July/August, so planning your visit to avoid peak times is essential. Read more
Tarangire National Park

Hippo's in Tarangire National Park Tanzania

  • Varied scenery with plains, hills and swamp, famous for the thousand-year-old Baobab trees and herds of elephant
  • Best time to visit Tarangire National Park: June-October (dry season)
  • Wildlife: giraffes, Afrikan antelope, gazelle, impala, zebra, lions and pythons (sometimes in a tree!)
  • Activities: game drive, birding safari, walking tours with Masai guide and visit Maasai village. Read more
Lake Natron

  • Off the beaten track: an unbelievably beautiful red coloured salt lake, a magic dreamworld!
  • Best time to visit Lake Natron: June – March
  • Wildlife: the only place in the world to see the breeding ground of the Lesser Flamingo.  No wildlife and no small birds.
  • Activities: walking tours to Maasai villages, hiking tours and Flamingo tour. Read more
Lake Eyasi

  • A unique opportunity to meet the descendants of the earliest primitive inhabitants of this area whose traditions are the same for centuries. You can join the man for hunting or help the women with their daily tasks.
  • Best time to visit Lake Eyasi: June – March
  • Wildlife: a true paradise for bird lovers!
  • Activities: visit Hazabe tribe and birding safari.
  • From Ngorongoro Crater, it’s about a 1,5-2 hour drive on dusty, bumping roads. This area is less visited but spectacular and well worth the effort of getting there. Read more
Route per day
An overview of the most popular safari routes in North Tanzania for a better idea of the distances and to help you planning your personal safari.  Read more 

An overview of our selected accommodations. We can, of course, arrange overnight stays in a variety of lodges, hotels or tented camps. Read more

National Parks Kenia
Many Kenyan safaris are combined with one in Tanzania. The two countries offer a sensational array of cultural, historical and wildlife adventures. On the Kenyan side, visitors are likely to spend time in sprawling Nairobi, the setting of “Out of Africa,” the autobiographical story of Karen Blixen’s experiences in colonial East Africa.Nairobi National Park’s animal orphanage allows visitors to see and even pat baby animals that have been orphaned by poaching or other tragic circumstances. Other parks include the Masai Mara, home to millions of Wildebeest at the northernmost point of the great migration, Amboseli, famous for its elephant herds, and gigantic Tsavo National Park. We are happy to organize your combination safari to Tanzania and Kenia, please contact us for a proposal.