The largest country in East Africa, Tanzania is remarkable for its far-reaching diversity. This nation boasts an incredible array of cultures, landscapes, flora, and fauna, all of which contribute to a richly rewarding travel experience. As a complement to its ecological diversity, Tanzania has an eclectic population comprising over 120 distinct tribes. Despite this medley, Tanzanians are renowned for their warm smiles and welcoming demeanor. Visiting with locals and learning the subtleties of enduring cultures is a highlight to any Tanzanian journey.

Whether you are standing amid the short grasses of the vast Serengeti Plain, immersed in the greatest wildlife migration on the planet, or looking down upon the whole world from the snow-covered summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Northern Tanzania will undoubtedly captivate you. The diverse ecosystems of this region, Tarangire, Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Eyasi, Lake Natron, and Arusha National Park each present a unique and fascinating perspective.

Towards the west lies the remote yet impressive Katavi National Park. The green Mahale Mountains rise majestically over the sandy beaches lining a beautiful and ancient Lake Tanganyika. East of here, occupying the geographical heart of Tanzania, is Ruaha National Park. In the secluded South, Selous Game Reserve and Mikumi National Park sparkle like crown jewels in Tanzania’s treasure chest. In stark contrast, the bustling coastal city of Dar es Salaam offers a taste of Tanzania’s cosmopolitan scene. To balance out the abundant inland opportunities, the spice-accented islands of Zanzibar offer warm blue waters and paradise beaches.