After a night in Dar es Salaam, your Tanzania and Zanzibar safari holiday will begin with a light aircraft flight to Nyerere National Park, formerly known as the Selous Game Reserve. While the highlights of Northern Tanzania can be spoilt by their popularity with lots of vehicles at peak times, Southern Tanzania remains a secret Tanzania safari vacation spot that those in the know want to keep to themselves. Enjoy a couple of days game viewing in Nyerere National Park with your safari guide either on foot, in a safari vehicle or in a boat on the gleaming Rufiji River. The national park has healthy population of elephants, lions, wild dogs, buffaloes, and hippos to name a few – children will be spellbound if you’re on a family safari holiday. The birdlife is also a birdwatcher’s dream.
You then move on to your next safari destination which contrasts beautifully with Nyerere. The largest national park in Tanzania, Ruaha National Park boasts incredible fauna and flora diversity due to its unique position at the intersection of several ecosystems. Ruaha is very scenic and one of the wildest’s parks in Tanzania. On game drives or bush walks you’ll get an overwhelming sense of space, will feel the magnitude of the wilderness all around you and are likely to not see another vehicle – absolute bliss and seclusion is yours.
After six nights in the wild, it’s time to leave the safari behind and fly to the Spice Island for the second part of your Tanzania and Zanzibar beach and safari holiday. Zanzibar continues to capture travellers’ imagination with the narrow lanes of Stone Town, the dhows that gently glide through the water at sunset and the spices – nutmeg, clove, cinnamon – that can be smelt floating through the island breeze. This is Tanzania beach and safari done right.
A sanctuary in the city, the Oyster Bay is a very homely boutique hotel with a contemporary feel, a great team on hand ready to help, delicious food and a very inviting pool - a great option pre/post safari.
Siwandu’s prime position on the shores of Lake Nzerakera makes it the perfect setting for a spot of breakfast before heading out into the bush or a refreshing Gin & Tonic at the end of the day.
On the banks of the seasonal Jongomero River in a remote corner of Ruaha National Park, Jongomero is a small traditional lodge with eight tented suites under an east African thatched makuti roof. The suites look out onto the dry river bed which offers great entertainment as the animals pass through in search of water and food.
Located along Bwejuu beach, named one of the top 30 island beaches in the world by Condé Nast Traveller magazine. An all villa boutique hotel on the east coast of Zanzibar, Baraza is well known for its excellent service, sophisticated atmosphere, luxurious villas with plunge pool and great facilities including the Frangipani Spa.
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