Tantalising Tanzania

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    Tantalising Tanzania


    Commence your Tanzanian odyssey in Arusha, the gateway to the safari realm. Venture into Ngorongoro Crater's unrivalled amphitheatre of wildlife. Immerse yourself in the isolated splendour of the Grumeti Game Reserve, bearing witness to the Great Migration's grand spectacle. Then end your exploration on the exotic shores of Zanzibar, savouring its spice-laden essence and coastal serenity.

    12 DAYS – FROM £10,995 PER PERSON

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    Arusha. Explore the world of coffee like never before on a walk around the workings of an Arusha coffee plantation to see how coffee is grown, harvested, dried and produced into the aromatic coffee that we drink every day. Then pay a visit to Kahawa – Swahili for 'coffee' – the Tradewalk's coffee shop, offering freshly ground coffee to take away or to be savoured on the shaded terrace.

    Ngorongoro Crater. Naturally, we've found the perfect spot for a more secluded experience of this wildlife haven. Being situated right on the edge of the crater, a stay at &Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge means you can early access to the crater just after dawn and frequently be first in line to avoid the crowded mini-buses and ready to witness the remarkable abundance of wildlife, from some of Africa's remaining rhinoceroses to flamingos and lovebirds.

    Grumeti Game Reserve. Setting off on an expedition into the untouched heart of Africa's wilderness, Singita provides twice-daily game drives, offering opportunities for intimate encounters with nature and the chance to observe the continent's spectacular wildlife in their natural environment.

    Zanzibar. Fulfill your castaway dreams by exploring the deserted islands of Pungwe and Kwale in the Menai Bay Conservation Area. Encircled by lush mangrove forests and untouched beaches, you can swim or snorkel in the translucent waters, marvelling at the vibrant marine life and coral reefs.


    Arusha prides itself on its exceptional museums, cultural heritage projects, an array of crafts and extensive curio markets, offering a rich tapestry of experiences to explore before setting off on safari. The city's streets brim with life: Maasai women on the sidewalks selling their beadwork, Maasai men in their iconic red shuka wandering about, resourceful businessmen offering batiks and tour operators advertising various exhilarating 4WD excursions. In spite of its bustling nature, the city maintains a warm and inviting vibe. The architecture and infrastructure mirror the city's spirit, displaying a hectic mix of busy streets, historical structures, and contemporary amenities.

    Stay 1 night
    Arusha Coffee Lodge by Elewana


    Ngorongoro National Park, situated west of Arusha, serves as a link between the Serengeti to the northwest and the Great Rift Valley to the east. The park is a protected area for wildlife and the semi-nomadic Maasai people who reside there. Calderas are significant in human history and vital for preserving animal diversity. Despite their small size, they support remarkable biodiversity and provide sanctuary for numerous species facing global threats. Additionally, these plains are crucial to the Great Migration route. Apart from the main caldera, two other volcanic craters are notable: Olmoti, known for its stunning waterfalls and Empakai, with its deep lake surrounded by verdant walls. Olduvai Gorge, an 8.5-mile-long chasm, is another important landmark. To safeguard this extraordinary natural feature, access is tightly regulated, with permits required for entry to both the crater and the gorge.

    Stay 2 nights
    &Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge


    In the remote western expanses of the Serengeti National Park, just a few lodges can be found, ensuring more infrequent encounters with other safari enthusiasts. And, nestled in a hidden, picturesque part of the Park, Grumeti is one of its most closely guarded secrets, with visitor numbers kept to about 60 at select Serengeti camps. This isolation contributes to a unique game-viewing experience, creating a true sense of exclusivity and solitude. This area is is renowned for its substantial lion prides, which include between 20 to 60 members. This means that the probability of observing lions in Grumeti is exceptional, so you can enjoy a more unique opportunity to observe these regal creatures in peace.

    Stay 3 nights
    Singita Sabora Tented Camp


    Often called the Spice Island, Zanzibar is an island rich in culture and history, known for its sparkling white-sand beaches and gently swaying palms in the sea breeze. It all makes Zanzibar a remarkable place to explore and an ideal spot for relaxation and unwinding. A semi-autonomous part of Tanzania in East Africa, it's made up of the Zanzibar Archipelago, 16–31 miles from the mainland and includes many small islands and two larger ones: Unguja (the main island, also referred to as Zanzibar) and Pemba Island. The capital, Zanzibar City, is located on Unguja; its historic centre, Stone Town, a World Heritage Site. The island is a haven for watersports lovers, with activities like swimming, snorkelling and diving among colourful fish, or simply admiring the nearby coral gardens as dolphins frolic offshore.

    Stay 5 nights
    The Residence Zanzibar


    12 DAYS – FROM £10,995 PER PERSON

    12 DAYS – FROM £10,995 PER PERSON