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Going on safari in Tanzania is an amazing experience that you won’t forget. Tanzania has some of the best national parks and game reserves in Africa, such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Our personal favorite is visiting Mkomazi Nationalpark after summiting Kilimanjaro.

One of the best things about going on safari in Tanzania is that you can see the Great Wildebeest Migration. This yearly event is when millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles move across the Serengeti to find new grazing lands, and are followed closely by predators such as lions, cheetahs, and hyenas.

Apart from the wildlife, Tanzania’s diverse landscapes are also a highlight of any safari. From the vast grasslands of the Serengeti to the rugged beauty of the Ngorongoro Crater, there’s something for everyone who loves nature.

Overall, going on safari in Tanzania is an amazing adventure that gives you a unique chance to see some of the most incredible wildlife in the world, right in their natural habitat.

If you want to see Tanzania’s magnificent nature, you have plenty of choices. Tanzania’s national parks are spread around the country, and most of them are quite unknown but may be more suited to your personal experience depending on what you’re looking for.

TANAPA, the Tanzania National Park Authority, manages 22 national parks covering an area of 99,306.50 km2 (38,342 sq mi), approximately the land area of Croatia, or 15% of Tanzania’s landmass.

These are the national parks you can choose from in Tanzania:

  • Arusha National Park
  • Burigi-Chato National Park
  • Gombe Stream National Park
  • Ibanda-Kyerwa National Park
  • Katavi National Park
  • Kigosi National Park
  • Kilimanjaro National Park
  • Kitulo National Park
  • Lake Manyara National Park
  • Mahale Mountains National Park
  • Mikumi National Park
  • Mkomazi National Park
  • Ngorongoro National Park
  • Nyerere National Park
  • Ruaha National Park
  • Rubondo Island National Park
  • Rumanyika-Karagwe National Park
  • Saadani National Park
  • Saanane Island National Park
  • Serengeti National Park
  • Tarangire National Park
  • Udzungwa Mountains National Park
  • Ugalla River National Park

Tanzania has numerous protected areas apart from the national parks. Protected areas in Tanzania are extremely varied, ranging from sea habitats over grasslands to mountains. About a third of the country’s total area is protected to a certain degree as a national park, game reserve, marine park, forest reserve, or the like.

The different parks vary in size, habitat, and inhabitants. Of course, there are the big names: Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, but others are famous for their own kind of attractions, like Gombe Stream National Park, which became famous through the work of Jane Goodall and her chimpanzees, that can still be visited in the park. Others are known for their flowers, birds, rhinos, or tree climbing lions.

It is sheerly impossible to visit all the parks in one vacation, and sometimes the price, accommodation, remoteness, or simply being the next possible option to see wildlife are the crucial factors.

On purpose, we did not provide you with packages. Depending on the different options, we can realize safaris everywhere between 100€ and 2000€ per person per day. It is not about what we can sell you, but what you want to pay for. In our personal preparation call, we will ask you all of the relevant questions and put together a personalized and transparent quote with different options.

A safari can be as diverse as life itself. What do you want yours to look like?

  • Do you want to see Africa’s “big five”?
  • An individual safari of 1 to 15 days?
  • Personalized bespoke tour?
  • Price-conscious group tour?
  • Far away from crowded mass tourism?
  • Custom-tailored package?
  • Skilled English-speaking guides or just a driver?
  • Reliable safari vehicles as self-drive or with a guide?
  • Watch out for mileage limitations.
  • Accommodation?
  • Value for money?
  • What do you want to see on your safari? 
  • How do you want to travel, sleep, eat?

To put together the right tour for you, we will need to know, amongst others:

  • What is your budget?
  • How much time do you have?
  • Do you prefer a certain region?
  • Do you want to tick off the big names Serengeti or Ngorongoro?
  • Do you prefer to travel off-site from the large tourist groups?
  • Do you want to drive, ride, bike, or walk?
  • Do you want to drive yourself?
  • Do you prefer landscape, vegetation, or animals?
  • Which animals do you mainly want to see? Elephants, lions, giraffes, buffalo, or the great migration?
  • How do you like your hotel?
  • Would you prefer to camp?
  • How much service do you want to have?

As you can see, it can easily happen that you are expecting one thing and will find the other. We want you to love your experience. That is why we want to talk to you upfront. You will pay us a lot of money, and we want to make sure that it will be worth every dime.

Depending on the different options we can realize Safaris everywhere between 100€ and 2000€ per person per day.

What Not to Miss on a Safari in Tanzania

The Great Migration

The Great Migration is one of the most awe-inspiring natural events on the planet that you should not miss. As millions of wildebeest and other grazing animals make their way across the Serengeti in search of fresh grass and water, they attract predators like lions, cheetahs, and hyenas. The view of these animals is truly breathtaking, and it is worth spending some time observing them.

The Ngorongoro Crater

The Ngorongoro Crater is a massive volcanic caldera that’s home to an incredible array of wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, and black rhinos. You can take a guided tour of the crater, and you can also go on a hike to explore its stunning landscape. The crater is also one of the best places in Tanzania to spot the elusive African wild dog, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for this rare and beautiful animal.

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is known for its large herds of elephants and baobab trees, which make for stunning photo opportunities. The park is also home to a variety of other wildlife, including giraffes, zebras, and wildebeest. You can spend hours exploring the park and observing these majestic animals in their natural habitats.

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park is a birdwatcher’s paradise, with over 400 species of birds recorded in the area. The park is also home to baboons, hippos, and a variety of other mammals. You can take a boat tour of the lake or go on a safari through the park to see these animals up close.

Maasai Culture

No trip to Tanzania would be complete without learning about the Maasai people, one of the most famous tribes in Africa. Many safari tours offer the opportunity to visit Maasai villages and learn about their culture and way of life. You can learn about their traditional dress, their rituals, and their history, and you can even participate in some of their activities.

There is something about safari life that makes you forget all your sorrows and feel as if you had drunk half a bottle of champagne – bubbling over with heartfelt gratitude for being alive.

Karen Blixen, out of africa

Lisa Tanzania 18/02/2020

I went on a trip with Django tours from Daressalam to Kipili at Lake Tanganyika. We travelled in an offroader through the country and had a great time! The guides always knew the best spots and helped us in getting around safely. If you fancy an individual Tanzania adventure with nice people, you should definitely travel with these guys.

How Django.Tours is offering the best service for you

Welcome to Django Tours! We are a reputable tour company that offers a unique and unforgettable experience in Tanzania. Our company specializes in providing customized tours that cater to the specific needs and interests of our clients.

We are committed to responsible tourism, which means that we take great care to ensure that our tours have a minimal impact on the environment and local communities. We achieve this by using eco-friendly accommodations, supporting local businesses, and promoting sustainable tourism practices.

Our knowledgeable and experienced local guides are one of the things that set us apart. They are passionate about Tanzania and have extensive knowledge of the country’s history, culture, and wildlife. This allows our clients to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of Tanzania’s diverse offerings.

We offer a wide range of tours that cater to different interests and budgets. From wildlife safaris to cultural tours, beach vacations, and mountain climbing expeditions, we have something for everyone. Clients can choose from pre-designed tour packages or work with us to create a customized itinerary that meets their specific needs.

In summary, we are a unique and special tour company that offers responsible tourism, experienced guides, and a wide range of tour options. It’s no wonder that we have become a popular choice for travelers looking for an authentic and unforgettable experience in Tanzania.

Meet Florian Hornig, the man behind the scenes at Django Tours! Florian has a love for travel and has been a life coach since 2009. He founded Django Tours in 2019 with the goal of providing high-quality, personalized tours in Africa.

At Django Tours, we pride ourselves in our innovative approach to travel. Rather than offering cookie-cutter tours that take visitors to the usual tourist spots, Florian and his team create customized itineraries that allow travelers to experience Africa in a unique way. This approach has resonated with travelers from around the world.

Florian is committed to giving back to his community. He’s involved in a number of charitable organizations, including those that promote education and sustainability. Additionally, Django Tours offers a number of tours that focus on sustainable travel.

Florian’s commitment to personalized, sustainable travel has made Django Tours a standout in Tanzanian travel. Whether you’re planning your first trip to Africa or your tenth, a tour with Django Tours is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

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