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The perfect way to capture memories from your African safaris is through photography. Every year, tourists from across the world travel to Africa in hopes of seeing and capturing the best wildlife photos.
In Tanzania you will be spoilt for choice of what to see and where to go, so before booking your African safari, do a little research. Knowing the right ones for you to visit means you can maximise your safari experience. Knowing the right ones for you to visit
Zanzibar Island Zanzibar is famously known as the Spice Island is an exotic island set about 23 miles off the east coast of Tanzania. It is made of two large islands, Unguja and Pemba as well as other smaller islands, and most visited for a beach holiday. The...
The lively Silale Swamp Tarangire always acts as one of the highlights when visiting Tarangire and provides a lot of opportunities for animal encounters.
Seronera Valley is one of the perennial rivers in the central part of the Serengeti and a favorite destination for visitors who want to see the big cats
The Tarangire River is the primary source of freshwater for wildlife during the dry season and offers a very scenic area from where you can enjoy many sightings.
Moru Kopjes is a picturesque rock outcrop area at the Southwest part of Serengeti where one can easily see the big five and enjoy its historical aspect of Maasai rock painting and the Gong rock
Exploring the Sametu Marsh and Kopjes has always been a Safari highlight for most of our travelers as the areas provide an infinite shelter for cats at the eastern plain of Serengeti.
Found at the easternmost part of the Serengeti, Barafu kopjes and gorge provide important habitat for cheetah and populated by wildebeest and Zebra in the wet season.
Bologonja Springs at the north-east part of Serengeti has a flourishing ecosystem that includes a growing forest that draws larger mammals like elephants and giraffes, as well as a variety of birds and antelope species like the mountain reedbuck and steenbok.