Throw in the alluring “Spice Island” of Zanzibar, the pristine Pemba Island and the coral reefs and palm-fringed white beaches of the Swahili Coast and you have a country that leaves the visitor spoilt for choice.
The Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tarangire and Kilimanjaro all form what is known in Tanzania as the “northern circuit,” one of the most famous and spectacular game viewing areas on earth.
But, these attractions are not all Tanzania has to offer. To the west lie the remote Katavi National Park and Mahale Mountains, and in the south-central part of the country lie the game-rich Ruaha National Park and Selous Game Reserve.
Visitors can learn about the intriguing lifestyle and culture of majestic Masai morans, young red-cloaked warriors who bear their heritage with pride.
The famous Olduvai Gorge, which contains some of the oldest hominid fossils ever found is close to the Serengeti and is itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The lodges and camps in Tanzania offer true “bush-luxury”. Hartley’s have years of experience in fine-tuning Tanzanian adventures to suit the needs of every visitor.