Explore East Africa

Explore East Africa with Tanzania and Kenya

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North Tanzania’s diverse ecosystems and wildlife are accessible year-round, offering distinct experiences across different seasons. Whether it’s the dry season, perfect for wildlife viewing due to thinner vegetation and concentrated wildlife around water sources, or the wet season, offering lush landscapes and excellent bird watching opportunities, there’s always something unique to see. The region caters to a wide range of preferences and budgets, from luxury lodges and tented camps to more modest accommodations. Safari options are equally varied, including traditional game drives, walking safaris, hot air balloon safaris, and cultural tours, allowing travellers to tailor their experience to their interests.It’s not just about seeing animals in their natural habitat; it’s about immersing oneself in the sheer majesty of Africa’s landscapes, its rich wildlife, and the cultures that have coexisted with nature for centuries.

Why travel to Tanzania

Unmatched wildlife Diversity

Serengeti National Park: Home to the Great Migration, one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet, where over a million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles traverse its plains in search of fresh grazing. Besides, it’s one of the best places to witness predators in action, offering an unparalleled safari experience. Ngorongoro Crater: A UNESCO World Heritage site and the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera. It serves as a natural enclosure for an incredibly dense concentration of wildlife, including the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros). The crater floor offers exceptional wildlife viewing opportunities in a unique setting.

Breathtaking Landscapes

Diverse Ecosystems: From the endless, golden savannahs of the Serengeti to the dense forests and archaeological sites of Olduvai Gorge, North Tanzania offers a stunning array of landscapes. Each park and conservation area boasts its unique ecosystem, providing diverse scenic views and wildlife spotting opportunities. 

Iconic Landmarks: The region is dotted with iconic African landscapes, including the snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, visible on clear days from many parts of northern Tanzania, and the picturesque baobab and acacia trees scattered across Tarangire National Park

Rich Cultural Heritage

Maasai People: North Tanzania offers the opportunity to interact with the Maasai people, one of the most recognized tribes in Africa, known for their distinctive customs and dress. Many safari tours include visits to Maasai villages, offering insights into their traditional way of life, cattle-herding practices, and coexistence with wildlife.

Ancient History

The region is steeped in human history, most notably the Olduvai Gorge, often referred to as “The Cradle of Mankind,” where some of the oldest hominid fossils have been found, shedding light on human evolution.

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South AFrica

Garden Route Key Highlights

Explaining the Garden Route in this way gives travellers a comprehensive overview of what to expect and helps build anticipation for the diverse experiences they can enjoy. This region offers something for everyone, making it a must-visit destination on any South African adventure.

African Safari

Safari Tour Frequently Asked Questions !!!!!

At Tourgy Tourz, we understand that planning a safari adventure can raise many questions. To help you prepare for your unforgettable journey to Kruger and Pilanesberg National Parks, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) and their answers below. If you have any additional inquiries, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team.