Tanzania is the place where animals hold conferences, we boast in the abundance of animals within our beautiful country. Enjoy an authentic safari in Tanzania.
On July 14th, we celebrate these remarkable beings and raise awareness about the vital need for worldwide participation in their welfare, protection, and conservation. July 14, 1960 is the day Dr. Jane Goodall first stepped foot in what is now Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania, to study wild chimpanzees. Dr. Goodall called attention to the remarkable chimpanzee and to this day advocates on their behalf. With each of us making a difference, we can ensure a future for chimpanzees in the wild and in captivity.
Northern Tanzania is home to the Hadzabe/bushmen, one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes on earth, their survival depends on natural resources.
Is the largest forested reserve located in the heart of the East Usambara Mountains. The forests consist of tall, luxurious sub-montane forests and deciduous to semi-deciduous lowland forests. The reserve has exceptional conservation values that include a rain forest, biological diversity; endemic, endangered and threatened flora and fauna including African Violets (Saint Paulia) the Usambara eagle owl and a viviparous frog species.
Explore Tanzania with your friends as you discover the wildlife, history, people, culture and beauty that spans across this incredible landscape.
By late January and early February, perhaps the greatest spectacle of the Serengeti takes place with the wildebeest calving season. Approximately 8,000 young wildebeest are born every single day during the peak of the Serengeti calving season. There truly is nothing that compares to seeing a baby wildebeest take off running just minutes after being born. The wildebeest calving season is a best and unforgettable tourism experience.