Experience Tanzania

Tanzania's Wonders Go Well Beyond The Wildlife

Tanzania is a land of wonder, offering a range of experiences that are unparalleled in their beauty and excitement. From the vast savannas of the Serengeti, to the tropical paradise of Zanzibar’s white-sand beaches, Tanzania has something to offer every type of traveler.

Join us as we share the unique experiences available in Tanzania and Zanzibar, where you can witness the great wildebeest migration, summit the highest peak in Africa, explore the vibrant culture and history of Stone Town, or relax in the warm Indian Ocean waters. Let us help you plan your perfect adventure in Tanzania and Zanzibar.

Find The Big Five

Tanzania is renowned for being home to the Big Five – lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffalo. Visitors can enjoy game drives and guided walks in several national parks, including Serengeti, Ngorongoro, and Tarangire, to observe these majestic animals in their natural habitat.

Over 1,100 Birds

With over 1,100 bird species, Tanzania is a bird lover’s paradise. Visitors can explore birding hotspots such as Lake Manyara and Arusha National Parks, where they can spot a variety of unique and colorful bird species.

Boat Safaris

Tanzania offers incredible opportunities for boat safaris, especially in Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika, and the Rufiji River in Selous Game Reserve. Visitors can enjoy sightings of hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of birdlife while soaking up the stunning scenery.


Tanzania is home to several species of primates, including chimpanzees and black-and-white colobus monkeys. Visitors can take guided walks in the forests of Mahale and Gombe Stream National Parks, or trek in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro to see these fascinating creatures up close.

Day & Night Game Drives

Tanzania’s national parks offer some of the best game drives in Africa. Visitors can explore the vast plains of Serengeti National Park, the tree-climbing lions of Lake Manyara National Park, and the elephant herds of Tarangire National Park, among others.

Local Culture

Tanzania is a culturally rich and diverse country, with over 120 ethnic groups. Visitors can immerse themselves in local cultures by visiting traditional villages and markets, attending tribal dances and ceremonies, and sampling traditional cuisine.

Recharge & Relax

Tanzania’s coastline boasts stunning white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, offering visitors the perfect opportunity to unwind and recharge after a safari adventure. Visitors can indulge in spa treatments, snorkeling, scuba diving, or simply soak up the sun on the beach.


Tanzania’s varied landscapes make it a great destination for cycling enthusiasts. Visitors can take cycling tours in areas such as the Usambara and Pare Mountains, or explore the Rift Valley and Lake Natron on two wheels.

Nature Walks

Tanzania’s national parks offer a variety of nature walks and hikes, allowing visitors to explore the diverse flora and fauna up close. Examples include the Empakaai Crater Walk in Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Usambara Mountains Hiking Trail.


Tanzania’s rivers provide a thrilling adventure for white water rafting enthusiasts. The most popular rafting destination is the rapids of the Zambezi River in the western part of the country, offering visitors a unique perspective of the landscape and wildlife.

Photo Safaris

Whether you’re an experienced photographer or just starting out, Tanzania’s incredible scenery and wildlife will provide you with endless opportunities to capture breathtaking shots. The country is home to many iconic species, such as lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, and more. In addition to the Big 5, Tanzania also has many other fascinating creatures to photograph, such as cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, wildebeest, and gazelles.

Walking Safaris

For those who prefer a less strenuous adventure, walking safaris in Tanzania’s national parks and reserves offer a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with nature. Guided by experienced rangers, you can explore the wilderness on foot, learning about the flora and fauna that call Tanzania home. Walking safaris offer a different perspective from the traditional game drives and can be a great way to connect with nature and experience the African wilderness at a slower pace.


One of the most popular treks in Tanzania is the Mount Kilimanjaro trek, which takes you to the summit of Africa’s highest peak. This is a challenging trek that requires physical stamina, but the reward of standing at the top is a memory that will last a lifetime.

Let’s start planning your next safari.

Warren Ankwasa

Founder, Kikooko Africa Safaris

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