Tanzania’s northern part is home to the world-renowned parks of Serengeti, Ngorongoro Lake Manyara, Tarangire, Mount Kilimanjaro, and the Volcanic mountain of Oldoinyo Lengai.
North Tanzania is also home to the nomadic Maasai people, one of the oldest and most respected Nilotic nomads who preserved their culture to date. Bushmen hunters also live around the northern part of Tanzania.
Due to its ideal location visiting Northern Tanzania can easily be combined with a visit to Tanzania’s tropical island beaches of Zanzibar, and a visit to nearby countries of Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda is very convenient.
If you are traveling through Northern Tanzania, we have your accommodation covered from the moment you arrive at Kilimanjaro airport or Arusha airport, to the parks of Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro crater, or simply watching the big cats of Serengeti or following the herd of great migration we are happy and blessed to share our hospitality with you.
The dry season from May to March is generally considered the best time to visit Lake Manyara. During this period, the dense, bushy areas are less, making it easier to spot animals. Lake Manyara is well known for its large number of birds and its tree-climbing lions.
Ngorongoro Crater is likely the only place in northern Tanzania where you can easily see the rare black Rhinos, and the park is one of the world’s natural wonders, which is home to lions, Maasai communities, cheetahs, Wildebeests, and many more.
Karatu is a gateway to the Northern Tanzania safari circuit, excellently positioned on the borders of Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, and Lake Eyasi. Along with safari in nearby parks, this little town offers fantastic cultural tours, biking and hiking experiences in peaceful Tanzanian rural villages
Serengeti, known by its name, is one of the places we believe that nature and wildlife experience is unmatched. From the great migration of wildebeests and Zebras, the park’s plain savannah is something you won’t see anywhere in the world.
The best season to visit is throughout the year.
One of the best places that offer excellent wildlife encounters and experiences throughout the year. Tarangire is not known to many simply because there has not been enough marketing to justice its beauty. The park is home to large groups of elephants, baobab trees, tree-climbing pythons, cheetahs, lions, leopards, and a beautiful Tarangire river.
Lake Eyasi is little known to many people and online resources. This is where the last and only bushmen tribes of Tanzania live. You can join and follow the bushmen hunters, walk by the lake, or meet the African hand crafters known as Datogas.
We have a range of classic boutique safari lodges, hotels, and luxurious and intimate tented camps in Northern Tanzania.
A series of once-in-a-lifetime African safari experiences.