We offer safaris to all of Tanzania’s National Parks and Game Reserves, with accommodation in luxury tented camps and lodges. For tours of the remote and vast Selous Game Reserve and the endless plains of Serengeti National Park, we recommend fly-in / fly-out trips. Some Reserves are reachable only by boat or charter flight, i.e. Mahale Mountains National Park, Gombe Stream and Rubondo Island. Customized itineraries and prices supplied on request. (KIA, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar airport transfers will be arranged and included in your package price).Safari Focus also arranges climbs of Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru as well as walking/hiking in the Ngorongoro Highlands with Maasai guides and pack donkeys. For the explorers and biodiversity-seeking souls amongst you, Udzungwa Mountains National Parkis the destination; Udzungwa covers 2,000 sq.km of matchless rainforest.To visit Zanzibar and other Indian Ocean Islands, you can take a short scheduled flight from Dar es Salaam or Arusha Airport to the magical island of spices. Relax on white-sand beaches, take a boat ride to Mafia Island(Tanzania’s marine park) or Mnemba Atoll for scuba diving over the coral reefs. Visit Pemba Island, home to witchcraft and the endangered flying fox – or just stay put and enjoy Zanzibar’s ancient Stone Town, spice plantations, Jozani Forest and many historical sites.There are many special interest and activity holidays available in Tanzania and Safari Focus can arrange any one of them for you. For example, balloon safaris, diving, fishing, water sports and swimming with dolphins, ornithological & archaeological tours, canoeing and mountain biking – to name just a few.
Arusha National Park
This Park can be visited and viewed on a day trip out of Arusha town. Home to Black & White Colobus monkeys, the towering Mount Meru, Momella Lakes and Ngurdoto Crater.
Lake Manyara National Park
This small gem of a Park is popular with birders; the lake shore is home to hippo and a large variety of water birds and the surrounding grasslands support many large and small mammals.
Serengeti National Park
These seemingly endless plains support an amazing variety of wildlife; predators and prey abound amongst flocks of brilliantly colored birds. Serengeti is truly a wonder of nature.
Peaking at 19,340 ft (5,895 m.), Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. It has three distinct ecological zones and six non-technical camping routes for climbers.view Itineraries »
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire is famous for its huge herds of elephant, rare bird species and the ever-flowing Tarangire River which attracts hundreds of animals from the dry Masai Steppes during the dry season.
The most famous caldera in the world contains an amazing variety of animals and birds within its steep, high walls. The surrounding forests and highlands can be trekked with Maasai guides.
Tanzania’s other Attractions
Getting to know the Hadzabe people, last of the hunter/gatherers, in their homeland on the shores of Lake Eyasi in the Great Rift Valley and Trekking in the Ngorongoro Highlands with Maasai guides & camping/hiking.
The historical city of Stone town with its narrow winding streets and
intricately carved doorways, picturesque fishing villages scattered along
the fringe of pristine sand beaches.