Safaris made for you
From wildlife spectacles to inspiring landscapes, Tanzania has everything you could want from a safari
Tanzania is a destination of many wonders. It is home to some of the best national parks, private reserves and conservancies in the continent. From here, you can embark on some of the best African safaris. Serengeti National Park in particular, hosts the Great Wildebeest Migration, and depending on the time of the year, you can even see the iconic river crossings – a once in a lifetime experience for any safari enthusiast.
The wildlife is what draws most travellers here, but this incredibly diverse nation has more to offer for those who linger a little longer. When in Tanzania, you could take on an epic challenge and conquer the magnificent Mount Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest mountain. Then there is the idyllic Zanzibar and its stunning white-sand beaches – the perfect place to relax after days in the wilderness. Selous Game Reserve is where you can spot huge herds of elephants and in the Mahale Mountains, you can come up close with chimpanzees.
And then of course, there is the exclusive Singita Grumeti. Extending over 350,000 acres, this is where you can experience absolute privacy and some of the best safari lodges in all of Tanzania.
Witness the annual great migration of a million wildebeest and zebra across the open plains of the Serengeti
Look out over incredible views of the Ngorongoro Crater
Walk beside chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains
Drive with an immense herd of elephants in the wild Selous Game Reserve
Try climbing to the roof of Africa at the snowy peak of Kilimanjaro
Simply spoil yourself with the untamed luxury of the Grumeti Game Reserve‘s lodge
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Tanzania is a great option for people looking for a memorable adventure. Choose from an array of fantastic accommodation options in remote locations with great access to wildlife and cultural experiences. Let us create the trip of a lifetime for you.
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Whatever you want from your Tanzania tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.
Where to go
Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti National Park is one of the world’s most famous national parks. It is host to Africa’s Great Migration where huge herds of wildebeest, zebra and antelope travel around before making their way into Kenya’s iconic Maasai Mara.Discover more
Singita Grumeti is Tanzania’s largest private reserve. The reserve is exclusive to Singita properties, which means privacy is a given. The region offers unrivalled game viewing experiences, and especially during the Great Wildebeest Migration between the months of June and July.Discover more
Extending almost 20 kilometres in diameter, the Ngorongoro Crater is the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world. Outdoor expeditions bring you close to some of Africa’s iconic Big Five. It is also arguably one of the best places to visit in Tanzania for birdwatching.Discover more
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park is home to huge herds of elephants. There are also over 550 bird species including the Yellow-collared Lovebirds and the world’s heaviest flying bird, the Kori Bustard. Depending on the time of the year, you can also see the migratory wildebeest.Discover more
Lake Manyara has an abundance of animal species ranging from baboons, blue monkeys and bushbuck in its evergreen forests, buffalo, wildebeest, giraffe and zebra on its flood plains. Its acacia woodland is popular amongst its leopards and tree-climbing lions. One of the main draws to the park is its variation of birdlife.Discover more
Selous Game Reserve
Selous Game Reserve is the largest game reserve in all eastern Africa. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The region remains relatively untouched by humans but expect to see a huge concentration of elephants (almost half of all of Tanzania’s). With the mighty Rufiji River flowing through the reserve, visitors can also spot crocodiles and hippos.Discover more
Katavi National Park
For safari experts, the isolated Katavi National Park comes highly recommended. With a combination of grassland plains, marshland, rugged hills, woodland, lakes and rivers, this multifaceted region of Tanzania is home to a dense and varied wildlife quotient - including predators.Discover more
The mighty Mount Kilimanjaro, or ‘The Roof of Africa’, is the continent’s highest mountain. To reach this dormant volcano’s snow-capped peak, hikers have to embark on a challenging yet epic journey. As you ascend the mountain you will camp from point to point, enjoying staggering sights along the way.Discover more
Sitting right by the longest freshwater lake in the world, Mahale Mountains is the best place to visit for spotting chimpanzees in Tanzania. The region also offers plenty of opportunities to spot birds and aquatic life of all kinds.Discover more
Tanzania’s splendid Swahili Coast comprises a national park, luxury tropical hideaways and vast stretches of white-sand beaches. Its Saadani National Park is East Africa’s only wildlife sanctuary with a beach.Discover more
Ruaha National Park
Ruaha National Park is the largest national park in Tanzania and East Africa. This pristine area has the same wildlife density and diversity of the Kruger, but with only around 1% of the visitors, so privacy is a given.Discover more
Mwiba Wildlife Reserve
Marking the southernmost point of the wildebeest’s migration loop, Mwiba Wildlife Reserve is where the herds spread out across the wider region to calve between January and March. There is only one permanent camp option so you’re guaranteed unbeatable privacy and exclusivity. There is also the possibility of setting off on night drives.Discover more
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When to visit
Tanzania is an amazing destination to visit all year round, but if you’re after the Great Migration, visit between June and July. The iconic river crossings take place from August to October and calves are born at the start of the year, with up to 8000 born daily during February.
The Great Migration
June - October
January - March
January - February
Plan your trip to Tanzania
Whatever you want from your adventure in Tanzania, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.
Why book with Jacada?
We’ll plan your trip around your specific interests, tastes and preferences, providing helpful tips and honest advice based on first-hand knowledge of the destination.
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We wanted a special trip to celebrate our 30 year anniversary. We are fortunate to have found Jacada Travel and their expertise in arranging an unforgettable trip to Tanzania. Jody and Charlotte were helpful and professional, tailoring an amazing trip just for us. We have never before had our travel expectations exceeded. We will not hesitate to use Jacada in…
Everyone on our trip was helpful, gracious, and friendly. The places we stayed were luxurious with excellent food and wine. Our experiences with animals was absolutely wonderful, with excellent guides getting us everything we could possibly want.
Jacada designed a tailor-made trip to Northern Tanzania (originally meant for 2020) which met all of our expectations and more. The selected camps and guides were all great and everything was handled seamlessly by Iain and Angela. Already looking forward to our next trip with them!
100% Jacada will forever be our go-to vacation planner! We have now used them twice, and both dreamy vacations went off without a hitch. They are personable, knowledgeable, professional and communicative from start to finish! When I say they take care of you, I mean they take care of you!!
Incredible vacation. Attentive planning and picked lodges and activities that were exactly what I had requested. The trip went off without any issues and was mind expanding.
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