• 10 Day Cultural Tour - Digging in the dirt - going back to my routes
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  • Rwanda and Tanzania Explorer
  • Mt Meru Climb 4 Days
Bush2Beach Safaris Tanzania
Specialist in private safaris, climbing and beach


  • Ngorongoro Crater

    Ngorongoro Crater

    The views at the rim of Ngorongoro Crater are sensational and on the crater floor, grassland blends into swamps, lakes, rivers, woodland and mountains

  • Serengeti National Park

    Serengeti National Park

    The name comes from the Maasai word ‘Siringet’, meaning endless plains and Serengeti National Park contains an estimated three million large animals

  • Lake Manyara

    Lake Manyara

    Hemingway described Lake Manyara National Park as “The Green Hills of Africa”. Mahogany, sausage tree and croton are alive with blue monkeys and vervets

  • Esilalei Maasai Village

    Esilalei Maasai Village

    Esilalei, located on the soft rolling hills of the Losimingori mountains, offers unique, traditional experiences and interaction with the maasai tribes people

  • Tarangire National Park

    Tarangire National Park

    The permanent water supply of Tarangire National Park is a natural magnet and during the dry season, the animal population here rivals that of the Serengeti

  • Kilimanjaro


    Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and the highest freestanding mountain in the world. Also one of the most accessible high summits at 5,895 meters

  • Arusha National Park

    Arusha National Park

    The perfect start to a safari with the added bonus of having the freedom to make a walking safari with an armed ranger or go canoeing on Little Momela Lake

  • Ruaha National Park

    Ruaha National Park

    With a total a protected area of 25,600 square kilometers, Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s second largest National Park and one of the wildest

  • Zanzibar


    Situated 25km off the east African mainland accessible either by daily scheduled flights or ferry from Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar is a true tropical paradise

  • Lake Natron

    Lake Natron

    Lake Natron is an amazing destination far from the madding crowds and no better way to explain it other than, a place that time simply forgot

  • Lake Eyasi

    Lake Eyasi

    Lake Eyasi is a seasonal shallow salt Lake located in the Eyasi-Wembre branch of the Rift Valley. Discover the different cultures and tribes living in this area

  • Mkomazi National Park

    Mkomazi National Park

    Mkomazi offers truly spectacular scenery with dry savannah plains giving a striking contrast to the bordering Pare Mountain ranges and green forest areas

  • Saadani National Park

    Saadani National Park

    Where the bush meets the beach, Saadani National Park combines the two where two ecosystems merge as one. A different wildlife safari off the beaten track

  • Selous Game Reserve

    Selous Game Reserve

    The landscape of Selous is like no other in Tanzania and it’s a destination where you can see Elephant swimming from one side of the Rufuji River to the other

  • Bwindi National Park

    Bwindi National Park

    Bwindi is home to almost half of the wild mountain gorilla population, there is no better place for observing these gentle giants from a close distance!

  • Maasai


    The Maasai are typically known as cattle herders and to this day hold on very strongly to their traditions and beliefs with a very simplistic way of living

  • West Kilimanjaro

    West Kilimanjaro

    This safari destination combines Maasai culture and private wildlife game viewing, walking safaris, night drives and even pre-booked horseback safaris

  • The Swahili Coast

    The Swahili Coast

    Slow pace of life and your own little piece of paradise at the windswept beaches of the Swahili Coast of Tanzania

  • Mafia Island

    Mafia Island

    Mafia Island offers world class diving and is located 160 km to the south of Zanzibar. The Island is a favorite destiantion for fishermen and scuba divers

  • Mahale Mountains

    Mahale Mountains

    Mahale Mountains National Park is home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees and tracking the chimps of Mahale is a magical exciting experience

  • Lake Tanganyika

    Lake Tanganyika

    Lake Tanganyika is one of the Great Rift Valley Lakes found on the far western reaches of Tanzania and with 720 km long is the longest Lake in Africa

  • Katavi National Park

    Katavi National Park

    Katavi offers the intrepid safari seeker a true wilderness experience and it’s about as far as possible one can be from the more popular tourist routes

  • Masai Mara

    Masai Mara

    Mara the Maasai word for spotted refers to the trees dotted throughout the vast savanah plains. Famous for its big cats and abundant herbivores.

  • Lake Naivasha

    Lake Naivasha

    The Lake area has bird life in abundance and is also home to a large Hippo population that graze on the grassy banks surrounding the lake each evening.

  • Kibale Forest

    Kibale Forest

    Kibale Forest has one of the greatest variety and highest concentration of primates in East Africa and is one of the best locations for Chimp viewing.

  • Volcanoes National Park

    Volcanoes National Park

    This forested park close to Kigali is home to the Mountain Gorilla. Encountering this majestic and power animal is truely an amazing experience.

  • Lake Victoria

    Lake Victoria

    Lake Victoria, located in the western extremities of Tanzania and bordering Kenya and Uganda is the largest Lake in Africa with a surface of 26,000 square miles

  • Mount Meru

    Mount Meru

    Mt. Meru (4566 meters) is located inside Arusha National Park with its dominating conical profile looking down on the hustle and bustle of Arusha daily living

  • Usambara Mountains

    Usambara Mountains

    The Usambara Mountains are located northwest of Dar es Salaam and East of Arusha, being part of an ancient necklace of mountains called the Eastern Arc

  • Pemba Island

    Pemba Island

    Pemba Island grabs its fame from the rich fishing grounds in the deep waters of the channel and offers deep sea game fishing along with amazing scuba diving

  • Gombe Stream

    Gombe Stream

    Gombe Stream National Park is home to large Chimpanzee populations. Only 20 square miles of ancient forest, running along the shore of Lake Tanganyika

  • Lake Nakuru

    Lake Nakuru

    This Rift Valley lake and national park is renowed for its Black Rhino and White Rhinos plus its fabulous bird life including its pink flamingo.

  • Amboseli National Park

    Amboseli National Park

    Famous for its Elephants and its spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro Africa's highest mountain, Amboseli is not to missed if visiting Kenya.

  • Queen Elizabeth NP

    Queen Elizabeth NP

    Tree climbing lions and over 500 birds species are some of what you hope to see in this diverse park offering game drives and boats safaris.

  • Nyungwe National Park

    Nyungwe National Park

    Covering 1000 square kilometers it is believed to be one of Africa's oldest forest. Home to habituated Chimpanzees and 12 other primate species.