Evolve from a theoretical wildlife and documentary expert to a practical storyteller of a Tanzania safari experience; the land of Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro and Serengeti national park, not to mention the fascinating white sand beaches of Zanzibar Island and several other safari destinations across the northern circuit, eastern circuit and southern circuit, among others. Tanzania; formerly the Republic of Tanzania is located within the great lakes region; the largest country in East Africa, bordered by Uganda to the north, the Indian ocean and Comoros island to the east; Burundi and Rwanda to the west; Zambia to the southwest; Kenya to the northeast; the snow-capped mountain Kilimanjaro to the northeast and Malawi to the south.

An estimate of 38% of Tanzania’s land has been designated for conservation purposes to protect the wildlife from human destruction thus the reason for being one of the top travel destinations in Africa. There are 17 national parks, 40 conservation areas and marine parks, 29 game reserves, swamps, lakes, and mountains which offer asylum to over 130 amphibian species, 20% world’s mammal species and approximately 300 unique reptile species. Apart from the cultural experience with the Maasai people, and the Beach experience at Zanzibar, by the shores of Indian ocean, tourist make safaris to any of the 17 national parks below which boast of a wide range of biodiversity, flora and fauna, several unforgettable activities and a wide range of Biodiversity; Serengeti national park; home of the annual wildebeest migration; Arusha national park, the giraffe hub, Gombe stream national park, famous for chimpanzee trekking, Jozani Chwaka Bay national park and the red Zanzibar Colobus monkeys.