The world becomes smaller and smaller; however, that doesn’t mean there aren’t still out-of-the-way destinations with well-preserved habitats and authentic cultures worth exploring. We try to give you that special experience by following what we love most: exploring the bush, meeting different cultures and winding down on a deserted sandbank after an amazing safari program .
Southern Tanzania Safari: As a bit of an old hand on Safari I have been on a couple of dozen similar safari`s & I have been to this neck of the woods before. However this time we went to 3 lesser known parks, in a small (6) group and stayed in really rather wonderful accomodation. We also got rather lucky with the birdlife (Crested eagle,dark chanting Goshawk,Palm-nut vulture), and the mammals with the highlight of the trip being a pack of 7 African Wild-dogs!
Russel Conway, UK
Southern Tanzania Safari: We saw lots of wildlife, both animals and birds, in parks which have few visitors. The accommodation is good but there are some long road journeys. A trip for people who are keen to see wildlife rather than those who want a luxury or safari and beach holiday.
James Thomson, UK
November 2014Written Southern Tanzania Safari 5 Stars An excellent safari, mainly because of the scarcity of other tourists in a vast landscape. The size of the area necessitated some very long journeys over less than ideal terrain-- but we were warned in the trip notes. The scarcity of other tourists led to amazing experiences with our truck [6 guests and one driver/guide] having close-up and private sessions just feet away from groups of lion and elephant. We really had a privileged insight in