Great Wildebeest Migration and Big 5 Photography Safari in Tanzania – Core Safari Sector from July 3 to July 11. Photography coaching will be provided by published photographer Ali Khataw.
Tarangire National Park
Although not as well-known as its neighbors Ngorongoro and Serengeti, Tarangire is a wildlife gem in its own right. This is the place where you can see some of the largest herds of elephants with the biggest tusks in Tanzania. Tarangire also has a good-sized predator population, iconic herbivores like giraffe, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, impala, as well as wonderful birdlife.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Often called 'The Garden of Eden' due to the variety and density of wildlife, the Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most breathtaking places in the world. It has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and for good reason.
Serengeti National Park
In the Maasai language, Serengeti means 'Endless Plains', and that is exactly what this most famous of African parks is – a very large savannah/grassland area that is teeming with all the iconic African wildlife species living in an unadulterated, natural habitat. The location of several National Geographic as well as BBC Nature shows and specials, Serengeti is also home to The Great Wildebeest and Zebra Migration!
Zanzibar, Stone Town
Stone Town is the historical area of Zanzibar with its rich culture sites, museums, markets, historical buildings and, of course, the world-famous wooden doors that adorn some of the oldest buildings on the island.
Zanzibar, The Swahili Coast
The waters and beaches of the Indian Ocean are some of the most spectacular in the world. The Northern part of the island features beautiful stretches of white-sand beaches.