Tanzania Safaris

Why Tanzania
We pay attention
Your wishes and desires are important to us. We make it our priority to listen to your ideas and suggestions when putting together a personalized itinerary for your dream holiday.

We are the experts

We will only recommend products and services we have first-hand knowledge of. Our international travel experts don’t just live and work in Africa but have travelled the continent extensively. We are on-site and keep track of the latest developments which we can subsequently incorporate into our itineraries – even at short notice.

We are right there where you need us

Our safari and trekking operations office is conveniently situated in Arusha. Before you embark on your trip, our team will meet you to discuss your itinerary and answer any last questions you might have while providing you with up-to-date tips and information. We are here to assist you and if things get serious, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Personalized service and competitive prices

Tanzania-Experience is small enough to care and provide you with personalized service but big enough to offer you competitive prices.

We love and live for Africa

Whether we were born here or made Africa our home away from home, we at Tanzania-Experience are all united by the love and passion we share for the continent, its animals, landscapes, people and cultures. A love we long to share with you.

We take responsibility

We don’t turn a blind eye to problems faced in Tanzania, but instead try being part of the solution by coming up with new ideas to combat challenges – every day and in every aspect.

We offer:

Camping safaris and lodge safaris in 4×4 vehicles with highly experienced drivers and guides.

Cross border safaris between Tanzania and Kenya.

Climbs on Mt Kilimanjaro via the Marangu, Machame, Lemosho or Rongai routes with very skilled, experienced mountain teams and quality equipment.

Climbs on Mt Meru.

Private trekking tours in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Charity mountain expeditions and incentive tours

Adventure safari expeditions and special interest safaris e.g. birding

Beach holidays on Tanzania’s coastline and on the islands of Zanzibar, Mafia and Pemba.

Day trips, balloon safaris, boat trips, day hikes and cultural excursions.

What our guests say:
All of us had a very great time and we will never forget this great and emotional experience. I can really recommend 100% Tanzania Experience and it’s professionalism and the Guide David.
Sven Kaufmann | Germany
Our safari and mountain trekking office is based in Arusha while our sales team works from our Somerset West office in South Africa. We offer you great value for money as well as professional advice and travel tips.

Tailor Made Tours
In addition to the tours on our website, we design tailor-made tours in Tanzania to suit your requirements and budget. Contact one of our experienced consultants.

See you in Tanzania!

Luxury Safaris
Day trips
Mount Meru
Ngorongoro Highlands



Tanzania, ‘Land of Legends’ and home to the Serengeti National Park, Mount Kilimanjaro, the Ngorogoro Crater and the annual Wildebeest Migration, not to mention spectacular Zanzibar Island. These are just the best-known destinations. There are many other fantastic well-run National Parks and sights to see.

African Budget Safaris offers a variety of Tanzania Safaris to suite all tastes, from game viewing adventures in Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Selous and other top Tanzania Game Parks to Island Getaways to Zanzibar, and Kilimanjaro Treks.

Types of Tanzania Tours include:
Budget Camping Tours – visiting Arusha, the Great Rift Valley, Ngorongoro Crater, the Northern Safari Circuit, and Southern Tanzania Game Parks, including Mikumi Park, Ruaha National Park, Udzungwa Mountains and Selous Game Reserve. Affordable tours that get you close to nature, staying in or near game parks and places of interest.
Budget Lodge Safaris – exploring Tarangire National Park, Serengeti and Ngorongoro (Northern Safari Circuit), as well as the Southern Tanzania Game Parks of Mikumi Park, Ruaha National Park, and Selous Game Reserve. A step up from camping, you stay in well-selected safari lodges and similar accommodation, exploring nature in a bit of style and comfort.
Overland Camping Tours and Accommodated Overland Safaris – going on longer African trips to top Tanzanian parks and Zanzibar Islands, as well as Kenya’s game parks and a host of other famous safari destinations. These trips travel by safari truck in social groups of adventurous spirits, requiring some participation along the way.
Exclusive Budget Tours – to Arusha and the Northern Safari Circuit (Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, Serengeti and Tarangire National Park) along with Kenyan game parks, including the Masai Mara. These are small group safaris that generally combine comfortable camping and lodge or tented camp accommodation, offering a good balance between camping and lodging.
Tanzania Travel Highlights
Serengeti National Park – the Endless Plains
Famous for the Great Migration and wide open savannah grasslands teeming with wildlife. The Serengeti Plains roll on in a seemingly endless sea of iconic African landscapes. The oldest and most popular national park in Tanzania, the Serengeti Park is a world heritage site. The annual Wildebeest Migration is one of the most awesome wildlife spectacles on earth, consisting of hundreds of thousands to millions of stampeding wildebeest, zebra, Thomson’s gazelle and other antelopes, in turn attracting an array of predators!

Ngorongoro Crater – the Garden of Eden
This extinct volcano is home to the highest density of wild animals found in one area in Africa. The largest unflooded Caldera in the world, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is one of the top places for sighting predators, especially lions.

Zanzibar Islands – the Spice Islands
An idyllic beach paradise where Arabic and African influences meet to create a fascinating cultural and historic journey. Zanzibar offers some of the world’s finest scuba diving and snorkelling sites along the shores of its tropical islands.

Tarangire National Park – less touristy wildlife gem
Tarangire is best known for its huge elephant population and tree climbing lions, as well as being home to a huge variety of birds. Tarangire Park is scattered with baobab trees and termite mounds, adding to its unique landscape. Tarangire is said to host one of the world’s highest concentrations of elephants per square kilometer. Tarangire is also inhabited by Tanzania’s second highest concentration of wildlife during the dry months.

Lake Manyara National Park – the loveliest Lake in Africa
This national park includes diverse habitats supporting incredibly varied wildlife. Known for the huge falmingo flocks and other birds attracted to shallow Lake Manyara, along with tree climbing lions and numerous other wild animals.

Mount Kilimanjaro – the Roof of Africa
The tallest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro is one of the seven summits of the world.

Southern Tanzanian Safari Circuit
The southern safari circuit of Tanzania includes the Mikumi National Park, Ruaha National Park, Selous Game Reserve and the Udzungwa Mountains National Park.

Mikumi National Park is the closest national park to Dar es Salaam, covering 3230 km² of open savannahs resembling the Serengeti Plains. Mikumi is home to over 400 bird species, predators including leopards and lions, and populations of elephants, giraffes buffaloes, zebras, greater Kudu and wildebeest, as well as antelopes.

Ruaha National Park, a relatively wild and less explored wilderness area, is Tanzania’s second largest National Park. The park is set within a transitional zone between southern and east African flora and fauna species incorporating a unique variety of animals, birds and vegetation. Ruaha is known for its large elephant and buffalo herds and is home to an abundance of lion, leopard and cheetah.

The remote and less touristy Selous Reserve is considered the largest game reserve in Africa, and is home to one of the greatest concentrations of big game in the world. This untamed wilderness area is a World Heritage Site, hosting one of Africa’s largest populations of endangered African Wild Dogs, as well as critically endangered black rhinos.

The Udzungwa Mountains National Park is not a conventional game viewing destination, but it is a World Biodiversity Hotspot, hosting numerous endemic plant and animal species. This pristine and unique park covers a mountainous region of rich rainforests, and is exceptionally scenic. The Udzungwa Mountains are sometimes called the Galapagos Islands of Africa, given the high biodiversity and species endemism.