Safari tours in Tanzania with Safari Adventures

logovoetGoing on Safari Tanzania gives you a choice of as many as 16 National Parks and a number of safari reserves, including the world famous Ngorongoro Crater and the vast Selous Game Reserve.


logovoetTanzania has been elected the best safari country in Africa – and that’s no surprise – with its 16 different nature and game reserves, Tanzania is able to offer a rich choice of different safari tours. 

logovoetIt may not be possible to visit all the National Parks in a single holiday, but you will be able to visit an exciting combination of these wildlife parks during a tour of Tanzania.

logovoetYou can choose to go on a safari tour through the Northern Parks, such as Arusha, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, the Serengeti, Lake Natron, Lake Eyasi and the Ngorongoro Crater, where spotting the Big 5 is guaranteed, as well as herds of thousands of wild animals.

logovoetThe Southern Parks, such as Mikumi, Ruaha and the vast Selous, may be less known, but certainly not less spectacular. Each park has its own character making them all unique. On the east coast of Tanzania is the youngest of the national parks, Saadani –  the only reserve to border on the Indian Ocean – where you may encounter elephants and other wild animals on the beaches. 

logovoetThe mighty Wami and Rufiji Rivers stream through the Saadani park, making it possible to go on adventurous boat safaris, allowing you to get close to hippos, crocodiles and exotic birds.

logovoetSafari Adventure offers a number of options for safari tours through Tanzania. These tours have been compiled with the utmost care to give you the greatest safari experience. Each example below includes options for Hotels, Guesthouses, Lodges and Tented Camps – from comfortable to luxury – and always on a full board basis. Each example can be adapted to suit your personal wishes to give you your very own safari tour through Tanzania.

Private custom tours Tanzania

logovoetFor a private safari Tanzania, choose the custom-made option, for a guaranteed departure for 2 or more persons!

Tip! Extend your adventurous safari with a number of days to relax on the exotic island of Zanzibar.

Karibu (welcome) to Tanzania… An exceptional safari land!


In Kilimanjaro National Park, the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro at 5895m high, is not only the highest mountain in Africa and one of the world’s “Great 7” summits, it is also the highest free-standing mountain in the world…read moreKilimanjaro-op-de-uhuro-top


 Arusha National Park is the closest game and nature reserve to the town of Arusha. It’s one of the smallest game parks in Tanzania, but very impressive, with its view of two gigantic mountains… read more



Tarangire National Park  is less known than the Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater, but for experts, one of the best kept secrets of Tanzania… read more



The Lake Manyara National Park, lies about a two-hour drive from Arusha and is situated in the Rift Valley, an enormous tear in the earth’s crust. Lake Manyara is a shallow, alkaline lake and a favourite haunt for large flocks of flamingos… read more


Lake Eyasi is a soda lake at an altitude of about 1000 metres, southeast of the famous Serengeti Park. The area surrounding the lake has been formed by the same volcanic activity as the Rift Valley… read more

Lake Natron is home to some extraordinary landscapes as well as many different types of wildlife. Most known for the presence of flamingos and spectacular sunsets, Lake Natron is truly a unique place to see. It is common to see zebra, giraffes, ostriches, baboons, gazelles, gnu, donkeys, and many other more



The world famous Ngorongoro Crater is part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a unique region where the wildlife coexists with the traditional Maasai. Everything is being done to conserve this area… read more


Serengeti Nationaal Park and the Ngorongoro Crater are the best-known wildlife reserves of Tanzania. The word ‘Serengeti’ means ‘endless plains’ in the language of the Maasai. The spectacular animal migrations have made the Serengeti world famous… read more


You can find a page for the Lodges and Tented Camps where you stay during a safari Tanzania in and outside of the above-mentioned Parks here.

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FLAMINGOS & BIG FIVE - 7 days from € 1595,-

MIGRATION SERENGETI - 8 days from € 1795,-

BEST OF NORTH TANZANIA - 10 days from € 2095,-

FAMILY SAFARI - 17 days from € 2095,-

Saadani National Park is the only wildlife reserve that borders on to the Tanzanian coast. The climate is warm and humid, giving it a unique flora and fauna combination… read more


Mikumi National Park  is the 4th biggest game park in Tanzania. It’s a very accessible game reserve with beautiful vegetation and is part of the larger Selous Game Reserve… read more


The largest game and nature park of Africa, the Selous Game Reserve in the south of Tanzania, has the most animals… read more


Het Ruaha National Park With the addition of the Usanga game reserve, The Ruaha National Park is now the biggest national park in Tanzania, with the largest number of elephants in East Tanzania… read more


Hier vindt u een pagina met de Camps die door Safari Adventures in en buiten de hier boven genoemde Parken worden gebruikt… read more tanzania-Africa-Safari-Camp-Selous-mudhut-banda



MIKUMI & SELOUS - 8 days from € 1395,-
SELOUS & ZANZIBAR - 8 days from € 1295,-
MIKUMI-SELOUS-ZANZIBAR-13 dgn from € 1495,-

SAADANI- MIKUMI-SELOUS & ZANZIBAR 13 dgn from € 1495,-

MIKUMI-RUAHA - 9 days from € 1595,-



SELOUS & ZANZIBAR FROM € 1295,- p.p.

8-day Selous & Zanzibar safari tour and beach holiday for a very attractive price that gives you true ‘value for money’... read more



Tanzania is a large country located in East Africa with a total area of 945,087 square kilometers (364,900 square miles), rendering it slightly larger than twice the size of California. The area of Tanzania includes the islands of Mafia, Pemba, and Unguja; the latter 2 form a semi-autonomous region called Zanzibar that is part of an official union with the republic of Tanzania. With a coastline that spans 1,424 kilometers (883 miles), the eastern part of Tanzania borders the Indian Ocean, while to the north lies Kenya, to the northeast Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi, to the west Congo, to the southwest Zambia, and, finally, to the south, Malawi and Mozambique. The former capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, is situated along the coastline of the Indian Ocean, close to Zanzibar. The new capital, Dodoma, is located slightly to the north of the center of the country.


Tanzania Experience: can any one mental snapshot encapsulate the Tanzanian experience? Thousands upon thousands of wildebeest that march in mindless unison on the annual migration through the Serengeti, perhaps? Or a family of elephants wading across the wide, muddy Rufiji/Tarangire River? What about a pride of wellfed lions sunbathing on the grassy floor of the majestic Ngorongoro Crater? Certainly, it is such images that tend to spring to mind when one thinks of Tanzania.tanzania-selous-leeuwen

Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the world’s most accessible high summits, a beacon for visitors from around the world. Most climbers reach the crater rim with little more than a walking stick, proper clothing and determination. And those who reach Uhuru Point, the actual summit, or Gillman’s Point on the lip of the crater, will have earned their climbing certificates. And their memories.

Zanzibar, considered the Jewel of the Indian Ocean, is the perfect place to relax, live an adventure and enjoy the authentic African experience, with the comfort and security you can expect at home. Zanzibar’s tropical climate, incredible beaches, fascinating history and warm, welcoming people will captivate you will enjoy an experience you will never forget.Kilimanjaro - Tanzaniazanzibar-sunset-cruise




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