This broad and large country is fortunate to house some of the most iconic wildlife and landscapes of Africa. The plains of the Serengeti are world class as is Ngorongoro crater for its spectacular views. The Serengeti itself offers you all year options to see the migration in terms of wildlife viewing. The calving season from Jan – April, the western corridor in June – July and the Lama, northern corridor from July – November.
This is classic northern Serengeti safari circuit that most tourists do. Fortunately, we have had our feet on the ground in Tanzania for a while now and have run safaris across the breadth of the country, which has a great deal to offer. Ruaha and Katavi are two classic parks to visit, as is Selous. Each are true wilderness areas that also offer excellent photo options in their own right. Mahale is one of the better chimp trekking options in Africa and the location is pretty much the best setting you can imagine – a lodge on a beach alongside a fresh water lake that stretches on for miles. It is truly quite stunning.