The Northern Safari Circuit

The Northern Safari Circuit considered most frequented by tourists for two reasons: Northern safari destinations are fairly close to each other and many of Tanzania's most famous sights located in North like Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti National Park and Mountain Kilimanjaro are all a part of this northern circuit.

The Southern Safari Circuit

The national parks and game reserves of the S in map Southern Safari Circuit are arguably, the hidden treasures of Tanzania's natural heritage. These parks are enormous with some of the highest concentrations of animals anywhere in Africa and a spectacular diversity of wildlife including Roan Antelope, Sable Antelope, African Wild Dogs, and a multitude of colourful birdlife.

The Great Lakes Circuit

Lying in the Great Rift Valley are the inland lakes, Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and, further south, Lake Malawi/Lake Nyasa. All three national parks in this circuit offer the only to see chimpanzees in the wild today. The habitats of these areas are a merger between Western Africa and East Africa therefore the cultures, rainfall and flora are unique to this small area. The western circuit is seldom experienced on its own but is more often an addition to either the southern or northern circuits, or both.

The Coastal Circuit

One of the great attractions of Tanzania is its fantastic 800 km coastline with palm fringed beaches of white sand and the historic towns of Dar es Salaam, Bagamoyo, Kilwa, Lind Mikindani and Mtwara, along with the exotic islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia. Swahili language and culture trace their roots to the Indian Ocean coastline. Many explorers and slave traders encountered Africa for the first time along this history-steeped coastline and contributed to the events that were to Tanzania.