Tanzania, known as the safari capital of the world. A huge country, located in East Africa on the shores of the Indian Ocean.

Tanzania was formed from a union of two countries; Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964, bringing together tourism disparate events like Jeep wild safaris, climbing the highest mountain in Africa; The Kilimanjaro or a relaxing vacation in a breathtaking tropical archipelago island; Zanzibar.

Tanzania boasts of 130 tribes, with a population of 60 million people, each with their own tribal languages that create a massively ethnically diverse country. The official languages in the country are English and Swahili, an East African language born out of Bantu and Arabic.

A beautiful and peaceful country with an economy based on agriculture, fishing and tourism.

Majority of the people in Tanzania live in villages with some of the local tribes preserving their ancient traditional ways of life to this day. From nomads who live in mud huts to hunters and gatherers who live in the bush while sleeping inside of trees or dens next to wild animals out in nature, you will have the opportunity to visit and get to experience these unique ways of living that seem to be extinct.

The country’s unique topography and climate conditions create a habitat for a wide variety of animal species. A vast savannah that spreads from one horizon to another, tropical grasslands that are home to giraffes, zebras, lions, leopards, elephants, hippos, gazelles but to mention a few and over 2 million wildebeest which makes it rich in wildlife. 

Located South of the equator, most of the tourism areas are located in high altitudes of 1,000 to 2,000 meters above sea level which create enviable tropical weather all year long.

You’ll get to be a part of these unforgettable experiences during the day before you retreat to your modern, luxury hotel at night!