A Tanzania safari is a once-in-a-lifetime experience! African Legends is determined and focused on creating the most memorable sand affordable safaris in Tanzania. We organize private and group safaris.
Take your spirit of adventure to Tanzania’s natural beauty on a customized African safari. During your safari in Tanzania you will have your private guide and 4 x 4 vehicle with roof hatch for game drives, explore diverse nature at your own pace from the Serengeti migrations to relaxation at the beaches of Zanzibar Island. See the amazing herds of elephants at Tarangire Park, lions at ‘Africa’s Eden’ Ngorongoro Crater a UNESCO world heritage site (the world’s largest intact caldera, home to thousands of animals) or plan to the climb world’s highest free standing mountain Kilimanjaro.
In the vast and open Serengeti National Park, witness the largest population of wildlife – lions and giraffes in all of Africa. Spot cheetah, Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelle, eland, baboon and impala—not to mention black rhino, the elusive leopard and some 500 bird species. As the sun sinks, enjoy a sundowner, then sleep the night away in your chosen camp. This is the epitome of African safaris. Let our knowledgeable experts create your carefully planned Tanzania safari and discover Africa’s greatest wonders.
More than almost any other destination, Tanzania is the land of safaris. Wildebeest stampede across the plains. Hippos jostle for space in muddy waterways. Elephants wander along seasonal migration routes and chimpanzees swing through the treetops. Throughout the country there are unparalleled opportunities to experience this natural wealth: take a boat safari down the Rufiji River past snoozing crocodiles in Selous Game Reserve; watch giraffes silhouetted against ancient baobab trees in Ruaha National Park; sit motionless as waterbirds peck in the shallows around Rubondo Island; and hold your breath while lions pad around your vehicle in Ngorongoro Crater
Tanzania’s Indian Ocean coastline is magical, with tranquil islands and sleepy coastal villages steeped in centuries of Swahili culture. Travel back in time to the days when the East African coast was the seat of sultans and a linchpin in a far-flung trading network extending to Persia, India and beyond. Relax on powdery beaches backed by palm trees and massive baobabs; take in magnificent, pastel-hued sunrises; immerse yourself in languid coastal rhythms; and sit beneath the billowing sails of a wooden dhow, listening to the creaking of its rigging and the gentle slap of the sea against its prow.
Sending its shadow across Tanzania’s northern plains, Mt Kilimanjaro beckons visitors with its graceful, forested flanks and stately snow-capped summit. It is Africa’s highest peak and the world’s highest free-standing volcano. It is also home to the Chagga people, and to a wealth of birds and wildlife. Climbers by the thousands venture here to challenge themselves on its muddy slopes, rocky trails and slippery scree. The rewards: the thrill of standing at the top of Africa; magnificent views of Kilimanjaro’s ice fields; and witnessing sunrise illuminating the plains far below.
Wherever you go in Tanzania, opportunities abound for getting to know the country’s people and cultures. Meet red-cloaked Maasai warriors. Spend time with semi-nomadic Barabaig near Mt Hanang. Experience the hospitality of a local meal and the rhythms of traditional dance. Chat and barter at local markets. More than anything else, it is the Tanzanian people – with their characteristic warmth and politeness, and the dignity and beauty of their cultures – that make visiting Tanzania so memorable. Chances are you’ll want to come back for more, to which most Tanzanians will say ‘karibu tena’ (welcome again).