Tanzania’s Northern Safari Circuit is known for the World’s largest intact volcanic caldera, the Ngorongoro Crater, plus its impressive migrating herds – wildebeest and zebra crossing the Serengeti plains and elephants tracking through Tarangire’s towering baobabs.

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Further afield the remote Ruaha, Mahale and Katavi National Parks are frequented by few tourists and home to sizeable numbers of big cats, some of Africa’s largest hippo pods and chimpanzee troops. Venture off the beaten track in the Selous flying camping, boating and exploring one of the oldest and largest parks in Africa. Tanzania isn’t just about game viewing, as a Travel Guru will tell you, many of the country’s 120 tribes are accessible and eager to meet with visitors. Luxury tented camps, classic game lodges and intimate mobile camps dot the landscape and provide year-round safaris in this peaceful East African country.

During peak season, certain areas can get congested, but not to worry, your Travel Guru will help you navigate the camps, seasonality and best game viewing areas. Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro can be seamlessly combined with a wildlife safari – the Travel Guru trekking specialists know the best routes and top guides. Don’t forget to relax for a few days after the early mornings of safari life on the remote island of Pemba or on Zanzibar’s sugar-sandy beaches.

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