Tanzania Travel Tours & Trips

Game drives in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Serengeti
The beaches, cultural diversity and slave history of the 'spice islands' of Zanzibar
Tarangire National Park's migratory animals, savannahs, acacias and baobabs
'Fighting Poverty through Education' - meet the students of the School of St Jude
Hunting and gathering with the Hadzabe of Lake Eyasi - the oldest known tribe in East Africa
The black-maned tree-climbing lions and flamingos of Lake Manyara National Park
The 'Garden of Eden' of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ngorongoro Crater
Climb Mt Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest peak
Ash Cone from Mt Meru's summit
  • When it comes to safari, Tanzania boasts an embarrassment of riches. Unrivalled game viewing at the Ngorongoro Crater, the must-see great migration of the Serengeti, the wonderful Arusha and Tarangire parks – the list just goes on and on. But come for more than the spectacular wildlife among the endless savannah. Climb Kilimanjaro to stand on Africa’s rooftop at sunrise. Plunge into Zanzibar’s crystal-clear waters before discovering the island’s unique culture and history. Spend time with Tanzania’s exotic people, like the Hadzabe Bushmen on the shores of Lake Eyasi. Quintessential Africa, everything’s on offer in Tanzania.

    Trips & tours in Tanzania

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    From US $8620

    Serengeti & Silverbacks - 14 days

    By the time the first Briton, Stewart Edward White, entered the Serengeti in 1913 the Masai had already been grazing their livestock on the plains for over 200...
    Countries visited: Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania
    From US $5130

    East Africa Discovery - 11 days

    The thrilling wildlife and vast grasslands of East Africa have inspired many great artists, from Joy Adamson and Karen Blixen to Ernest Hemingway. Over 11 days...
    Countries visited: Kenya, Tanzania
    From US $3020

    Mt Kilimanjaro Climb - Rongai - 8 days

    With one of the highest success rates, the Rongai route is one of the easiest ways to scale Kili. More remote than Machame, climbers will pass through true...
    Countries visited: Tanzania
  • Why we love Tanzania

    • Your tent in the Sayari camp has an incredible view of the northern Serengeti. There’s a king bed, lounge chairs, a private veranda lined with hurricane lanterns and a bath that opens out onto the plain. So ‘tent’ is not exactly the right word!
    • Every year, more than a million wildebeest, plus hundreds of thousands of zebra, eland, giraffe and other plains animals move through the land around the camp in search of ripened grass. And with these herbivores come the carnivores that prey on them, including the lion
    • Unrivalled game viewing at the Ngorongoro Crater, the must-see great migration of the Serengeti, the wonderful Arusha and Tarangire parks
    • Climb Kilimanjaro to stand on Africa’s rooftop at sunrise
    • Plunge into Zanzibar’s crystal-clear waters before discovering the island’s unique culture and history

    Safety information

    Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment at Peregrine and Geckos, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. Sexual relationships (consensual or otherwise) between a leader and a passenger are unacceptable. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

  • From our Blog

    An amateur’s guide to preparing for a Mount Kilimanjaro climb

    By Jacqueline Donaldson

    On booking a trip to climb Mt Kilimanjaro last year my excitement quickly turned to panic – what had I done? Fifteen years earlier I had only just made it over the Inca Trail’s Dead Woman’s Pass, and now I was (ahem) older and heading 1,700 metres higher with the added...

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    The Ebola effect: Why Africa needs travellers more than ever

    By Bradley John-Davis, GM Africa for Peregrine Adventures

    Ebola. It’s a word that most people want to stay as far away from as possible. And since February 2014, when the outbreak in West Africa was first announced, majority of travellers have been doing just that; eschewing...

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    An insight into the Maasai

    The Maasai is a Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people that live in Kenya and North Tanzania. They are one of the most well known local nomadic populations thanks to their distinctive customs and bright, striking dress. They also reside near a number of game parks in the Southeast African region,...

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    Africa - take a closer look

    There's no place on earth quite like Africa. From wildlife to deserts to mountains and beyond, once Africa has touched your heart she never lets go.

    For many, it's a dream they don't ever intend to fulfil. Price, distance and the sheer other-worldiness means many of us think, "...

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    Timbavati bush school

    Kids are curious by nature. They love to get outside, explore and play in their surroundings. What they might not realise is that they're actually learning about the world around them. 

    At Timbavati bush school, this theory is put into action. Established in 2001, the school invites...

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