Looking for a new tour of Tanzania? Extraordinary Journeys has one that sounds exciting. The journey kicks off in Tarangire National Park, known for its baobab trees and landscapes. The first three days will be spent watching game (think herds of elephants, migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle and smaller beasts). Guests will stay in Kuro Tarangire, which has six open air tents surrounded by areas suitable for walking tours and close to the park’s best wildlife areas.
The second half of the trip will be spent at Serengeti, which sprawls out over 3,646,500 acres of protected land and has over three million large mammals. With a private guide and vehicle, visitors can go on guided game drives or just unwind nearer to the camp. The first of its kind, the mobile Nomad’s Serengeti Safari Camp moves with the migration seasons so guests can watch the animals as they travel through the plains.
Bonus: Travelers booking by March 15 can get an extra night in Tarangire.
For those who are looking for an off the beaten path safari, Extraordinary Journeys is also offering a tour of Tanzania’s Remote Southern Circuit that includes game viewing at the Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park. (We hear this is a good pick for those who have already done the more popular northern area of the country.)