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Tanzania National Parks

Immersive wildlife encounters in the heart of East Africa!
Professional safari guides, comfortable SUVs and lodges in the most picturesque locations
Thousands of wild animals and captivating vistas
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  • Our safari fleet
    New SUVs Land Cruisers (made in 2014-2016) equipped with refrigerators, chargers, comfortable seats, and GPS trackers.
  • The best hotels and lodges
    We work only with reliable lodges, known for their supreme service and comfort hospitability standards
  • Professional safari-guides
    Our safari-guides know every nook and cranny of the National Parks. They will find the rarest animals, and you will make awesome photos!

Tanzania awaits you!

Featuring the highest population of exotic animals in the world, Tanzania is a must-visit destination for any travelle. The wildlife sanctuaries of the National Parks in Tanzania amaze the visitors with grandeur and virginity of the nature.

Whatever your adventure goals may be - to see the Great Migration, the Big Five or to capture majestic sunsets on camera - Tanzania National Parks have all of these and much more to offer.

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Tanzania safari reviews

50 reviews
  • Climbing and Safari
    My trip to Tanzania was a memorable one. I think that everyone needs to see the African wildlife through your own eyes, is unlike anything else. Everything is special here: great reserves with unusual trees and unique animals, mode of life of Tanzanians and snowbound peak of Kilimanjaro. So interesting to watch the animals in their natural habitat. They do not pay attention to observers and doing their own things: eat, sleep, hunt, mate and breed – I was able to see all of it and took pictures of the camera :) Honestly, there are a lot of different type of exotic animals. They are different, some species coexist together. Guides were talking with eac... trip to Tanzania was a memorable one. I think that everyone needs to see the African wildlife through your own eyes, is unlike anything else. Everything is special here: great reserves with unusual trees and unique animals, mode of life of Tanzanians and snowbound peak of Kilimanjaro. So interesting to watch the animals in their natural habitat. They do not pay attention to observers and doing their own things: eat, sleep, hunt, mate and breed – I was able to see all of it and took pictures of the camera :) Honestly, there are a lot of different type of exotic animals. They are different, some species coexist together. Guides were talking with each other and pass the information where some of them noticed an interesting animal, so we were able to see all the animals that have been at this point in the park. My hotel was almost in the city center, which gave me a chance to walk along the streets and look at the lives of Tanzanians. In spite of my poor English I managed to talk with some locals, although they all wanted to sale useless stuff to me. :) However, they gave up after one or two refusals and then just agreed to chat with me. Of course the impression would be incomplete without climbing. Going uphill for 5 days was not only a good challenge, but also a fascinating journey through an unusual area with unique flora and fauna. On the day of the summit we had a trek for about 4-5 hours to the summit camp, then rest, and at night climb about 6-7 hours. It was not easy, but not too hard. The feeling that you are with every meter closer to the highest point of Africa, gave strength. When I saw in the distance a cherished plate, broke into a smile and tiredness disappeared. At the approach I took the camera out and filmed the moment of summiting the peak. I remember that I cried as if conquered Everest :)">
  • Climbing, Safari and Zanzibar
    We have been planning our Kilimanjaro climb and safari in Tanzania for six months. Yet, however meticulous the planning may be, there are often unforeseen circumstances and a plethora of different issues… I want to emphasize high expertise and patience of the team members. safari in Tanzania for six months. Yet, however meticulous the planning may be, there are often unforeseen circumstances and a plethora of different issues… I want to emphasize high expertise and patience of the team members.">
  • Safari
    A couple of days ago I returned from my 5-day Tanzania safari tour. I’ve visited Tarangire, Ngorongoro and Serengeti. I cann ’t believe that all this has happened! I have seen so many picturesque places, so many wild animals! My driver guide Denis Frank Mauki helped me to explore the remotest places in the National Parks. We have met the Big Five Game (elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and cheetah), we visited one of the authentic Maasai village. The face-to-face meeting with the Wilderness energized us. We have got a real “adrenaline rush”. We made hundreds of photos worth the cover of the National Geographic (for e... 5-day Tanzania safari tour. I’ve visited Tarangire, Ngorongoro and Serengeti. I cann ’t believe that all this has happened! I have seen so many picturesque places, so many wild animals! My driver guide Denis Frank Mauki helped me to explore the remotest places in the National Parks. We have met the Big Five Game (elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and cheetah), we visited one of the authentic Maasai village. The face-to-face meeting with the Wilderness energized us. We have got a real “adrenaline rush”. We made hundreds of photos worth the cover of the National Geographic (for example, the photo of young cheetahs atop our safari car, which may a Facebook sensation among my friends). My sincerest thanks to the team of “Altezza Travel”. They are real professionals. It is their wildlife experts, who turned my safari into a LIFETIME ADVENTURE. I know already what my future adventure will be – I will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with Altezza Travel!">
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