Sometimes you need a trip to a European capital, the luxurious relaxation holiday of ethnic splendour or a vacation to an idyllic Caribbean Island.
But then there comes a time in your life when you need exhilaration, a wild experience and be a little bolder, If that time has come, then go zany with a private tour of Tanzania and go far on Safari.
Best guided private tours of Tanzania Game Parks to experience a Safari, dine with locals, scale the highest summit of Africa or swim among the coral reefs in the Indian Ocean.
Tanzania is the land of safaris more than almost any other country. There are plenty of wild and scary animals and exotic birds to be seen, from elephants on their seasonal migration route, chimpanzees swinging from tree to tree, giraffes gracefully gliding through the land to birds bringing song and colour.
There are many opportunities, when you are on a private guided tour, to get to know the Tanzanian people who are so welcoming and hospitable, happy to share their traditions with you.
One for your bucket list adds a private tour to the top of Africa Mt Kilimanjaro national park. Mt Kilimanjaro national park is now one of the most visited parks of Tanzania.
Go Zany With a Private Tour of Tanzania and Go Far on Safari
A little-known fact is the Tanzania is one of the oldest known areas in the world that has been inhabited at all times. Humans and pre-human hominid fossils dating back two million years have been found.
The two official languages spoken are English and Swahili and many local dialects. There are only two seasons in Tanzania but not like summer and autumn; they have wet or dry seasons so for private tours be sure to check you are going at the right time. The local guides speak both languages so ideal for your tours.
In Tanzania, the population is estimated to be close to 40 million and unfortunately for the Tanzania people their life expectancy is on average 49 years for men and women but that his changing yearly. Tanzania is very loyal to its traditions, and influences from the modern world are very subtle but there!
A must-see while in the area is a guided private tour of the magnificent wilderness in Serengeti.
It is in Serengeti that you will find the largest mammal migration in the world with approximately 2 million wildlife creatures and because of this, it has become one of the ‘seven natural wonders of all Africa’ and one of the ‘ten natural travel wonders of the world.’ Wow!!
Later on, try and experience a different trip and listen to the beat of Africa with a private tour of Arusha, Tanzania. Arusha is found at the base of Mount Meru and is full of exciting, active markets besides the beautiful colonial buildings interspersed with different fashion outlets, all set on pot-holed streets full of hooting taxis and insane motorists! It ‘s hard not to experience the beat of Africa right here!
In Africa, the highest mountain is Mount Kilimanjaro
and is also a volcano, thankfully not active! This is a super place to go on private tour in Tanzania. Your guide will tell you all you need to know and there are different tours to bring you up to various heights on the mountains and show you the three volcanic cones. Not just climbing and trekking here, there are lovely tourist huts scattered an
Wow, what an unforgettable experience and starts at the very beginning with a view of the Naabi Hill summit on your way into the Serengeti
National park. As you are being brought into the park on your Tanzania private tour, immediately, you are up close and personal with animals just getting on with life. The annual migration of the wildebeest is an extraordinary sight. For the enthusiastic bird watcher, th
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
3In the north-west of Tanzania, you will find the Ngorongoro Conservation. Known as the jewel in the crown, the conservation has a deep volcanic crater and is one of the natural wonders of the world. Probably the only place to see the black rhino as it is an endangered species is in the Crater. The Maasai people live here and to preserve them and their traditions is one reason why the area became a Conservation
Tarangire National Park
This park is situated between Serengeti
and Ngorongoro conservation and is so underrated. Big mistake, as it is magnificent. It has the second highest population of wildlife for its size and the largest concentration of elephants. With extensive swamps, grassy savannah plains and the Tarangire river, it is not just the wildebeest to keep you captivated. It is the best place for birdwatching too. A Tanzania guided
5For a rest from the safaris, why not take a trip across the channel from Zanzibar to Pemba Island. This beautiful place is still largely undiscovered as a tourist location, but with its stunning coast that is lined with lagoons and mangroves, it may not stay that way for long. There are sandy beaches to relax on and the best place to go diving in East Africa. It was named ‘Jazira al Khuthera’ by Arab traders which mean Green Island
6Lake Victoria borders Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and is Africa’s largest lake. It is also the largest tropical lake on the planet. On the Tanzania half of the lake, it offers many attractions off the beaten track. There are the Musoma and Bukoba cities with their quiet waterside charm and whose residents have very little connection to the outside world. A private tour of Tanzania through the waters and shores is so worth it!
7A private tour to the uninhabited Bongoyo Island is highly recommended. This beautiful place is idyllic and ideal for the snorkelers and sunbathers. It is an island with dense forest everywhere except for two beaches. You can either lie on the beach or hammock or dive into the water to see such things coral reefs, shark lagoons and sea grass beds. A typical marine creature found at Bongoyo intertidal pools are the octopus.
Ruaha National Park
8This park is the largest in Tanzania. The park got its name from the Great Ruaha river that flows through. This park offers huge amounts of excitement with so much to see and scare you. You are totally safe on the private tour, but when you are so close to leopards, cheetahs or lions, your heart does flutter. The Park also has many reptiles and amphibians for those interested that include poisonous and non-poisonous snakes and crocodile
House of Wonders / Beit el-Ajaib
9For something entirely different, visit the House of Wonders in Zanzibar. It was built in 1883 by a Sultan and has tiers of slender steel pillars and balconies looking on to the Forodhani Gardens, all very impressive. When built it had running water and electricity which was totally unheard of in those days and exciting. It is the grandest building in Zanzibar and now is home to the National Museum of History and Culture.
Lake Manyara National Park
10One of Tanzania’s smallest park but with its dramatic Rift Valley on the west and the alkaline Lake Manyara to the east, it is just as good as anywhere you will go in Tanzania. This national park is no less diverse with ranges of vegetation such as marshes and evergreen forests. It has one of the highest quantity of elephants and hippos. A unique thing in this Park, Lion’s climb trees here, difficult to track down but worth it.