Tanzania's Southern Safari Circuit includes some of the most remote and remarkable sights in Tanzania. Because it is less well known than the Northern Circuit it has fewer tourists and you will frequently be the only vehicle on the landscape.
Zanzibar, Mafia and Pemba- A visit to one of the islands of the Zanzibar archipelago is the perfect end to any Tanzania safari. What better way to relax after climbing Kilimanjaro, canoeing down the Rufiji River or gazing at grazers on the
West Tanzania presents a unique opportunity to escape the tourist crowds and enter the hear of the bush. You can see chimpanzees in their natural habitat at Gombe Stream or Mahale Mountains and trek through breathtaking forests. Kitavi is exceptional for
The flora and fauna of Tanzania are unparalleled in diversity in sub-Saharan Africa. Habitats vary from the snows of Kilimanjaro to the arid desert of the Masai Steppe. The Eastern Arc Mountain Range has just 2 percent of the land area of Tanzania and is home to around 40% of the species.
There are many types of adventure safari activities that, apart from the adrenaline rush from seeing a lion on a safari, will give you a sense of achievement and exhilaration. Tanzania also offers many other adventure locations apart from the typical big game safaris for example: mountain climbs, jungle treks and canoe safaris
Tanzania has a very diverse culture with over 120 tribes and rich Swahili history. You can visit established cultural exhibits of Masai and islands or take village tours, or leave the beaten track and see the real thing.
There are numerous educational activities available in Tanzania from adventurous treks up Mt Kilimanjaro to swimming with Dolphins in the Menai bay conservation area. Wild Things organises school and university trips to a wide range of locations focusing on different curriculum areas and group abilities.