1. The wildlife
Spending your days out in the wilderness in the animals natural environment is such a unique treat. Going on an African safari means you get to see the most unique creatures up close, including the Big 5 of course, but also amazing bird life. Lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, leopards, giraffes are just a few of the awesome animals you will encounter on an African safari in Tanzania.
2. The Great Migration
Many travellers go on an African safari to see the Great Migration, where over two million wildebeest move on a circular trip through the Serengeti accompanied by zebra, eland, gazelle and impala. Between September and October the migration is crossing the Mara River in the north of the Serengeti, a dramatic spectacle and African safari highlight.
3. The landscapes
Dramatic landscapes fill Tanzania, with vast grassy savannahs of national parks, rugged mountain ranges, tropical coastlines and three of Africa’s great lakes, including Lake Victoria and the highest mountain in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro. The Great Rift Valley runs through Tanzania and features vast lakes, mountain ranges, the Ngorongoro Crater and volcanoes including Empakai and Lengai. The most famous National Park, the Serengeti, is in Tanzania and is a must see on any African safari.
4. The culture and people
Tanzania offers the most diverse and rich cultural experiences, allowing visitors a rich insight into the people’s culture, history and way of life. With Taswira Africa Safaris, you can walk with Maasai warriors and learn about natural medicine, go hunting with the Hadzabe tribe who are the only remaining hunter-gatherers in East Africa or visit the homes and farms of the industrious Chagga people in the foothills of Kilimanjaro.
5. The accommodation
Where you stay is an important aspect of any African Safari. We recommend glamping in luxury tented camps in the Serengeti, with canvas walls, solid floors and four poster beds – you won’t want to leave! Special and unique experiences such as stories under the stars, sunset drinks, Maasai dances, massages and infinity pools will make your African safari unforgettable.
6. Supporting the local community
See how responsible travel works and supports the local community. If you go on an African safari with an ethical company, like Taswira Africa Safaris, you will see directly how local communities, parks and wildlife are benefitting directly from tourism.
7. Good for the mind and soul
A journey on an African safari will be one of your travelling highlights. At the very minimum an African safari will be a fantastic, unique holiday and could even spark a love for Africa that will remain with you forever. Visiting Tanzania will broaden your mind and awaken your senses as you immerse yourself in exotic landscapes, wildlife experiences and culture.
8. The sunrises and sunsets
African sunsets and sunrises are famous for filling the sky with red and orange colours and flooding the landscapes with golden light. The beginning and the end of the day are magical times to witness the natural world on an African safari and a perfect time for photography.
9. The service and care
On an African safari with Taswira Africa, our client’s safety, comfort and enjoyment are paramount and we pride ourselves on excellent personal and communication skills, ensuring you feel safe, happy and informed the entire trip. We have carefully handpicked accommodation with the very best guest service.
10. Your memories
When you get home, you will have lots (probably hundreds!) of photos to show to your friends and family who will be amazed at your close encounters. An African safari is truly an adventure of a lifetime and one you will not forget.
Posted 25th March 2022
There are many countries in Africa in which you can see Big 5 animals, however Tanzania is the best
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ngorongoro Crater, is one of Africa's safari highlights. The name Ngorongoro is from a Maasai word meaning 'Gift of LIfe.'
After a long flight, or to unwind at the end of a safari, arriving to this seemingly secret spot is a delight for all your senses. As you drive into the entrance you are warmly welcomed by Maasai singing, wide smiles and a refreshing hibiscus flower juice.