Tanzania is every safari holiday seeker’s dream destination, whether a honeymooner or travelling as part of a small group, with a larger quantity and diversity of game than anywhere else in the world.

On the vast stage of the Serengeti’s short grass plains, the greatest animal migration on earth plays out each year, which unsurprisingly makes it a very popular destination for luxury safari holidays. On top of this, Tanzania has miles of white sandy beaches and superb coral reefs, as well as idyllic islands such as those of the Zanzibar archipelago, home to ancient Islamic ruins and endless beaches.


African Sensations is a specialist inbound tour operator to Southern and Eastern Africa and we offer a portfolio of truly exceptional sustainable tours that have been carefully selected with our business partners. They all comply to our demanding and high standards of quality and responsible tourism.

We are delighted to bring you a selection of some of our Longer Tours & Safaris, Shorter Tours in Tanzania, Migration safaris and Beach holidays in Zanzibar. To make a booking or discuss your travel plans simply call our one of our dedicated itinerary planners or complete the enquiry form and we will get straight back to you.

All our tours are designed in such a way as to comply with responsible and sustainable tourism in mind.


A country of contrasts, from the highest peak in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro, to the endless plains of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro, a microcosm of Africa.  The wildlife of Tanzania, both in terms of sheer quantity and species, is probably the most abundant on the continent. The beaches are beautiful, with warm waters lapping on the golden sands, and offering a range of hotels and lodges spanning from the intimate boutique style to larger resorts establishments.

Each region in Tanzania offers a different experience. To the north – the famous Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area – boasting the Wildebeest Migration. The famous ice-capped equatorial mountain, Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

Selous, Ruaha and Mikumi – tucked away in the South, these parks have fascinating eco-systems – forests, large rivers, and a mix of terrain with open plains and beautiful views.

Katavi – one of the wildest parks in Africa, to the south west, and  Gombe and Mahale – located on Lake Tanganyika (the second deepest lake in the world ), and from here you may enjoy forest walks and trekking chimpanzees in the wild.

Not to be missed are the ancient ruins along the coast, and on the islands, which tell tales of a rich trading history with Arabia and India, as well as excellent scuba diving and deep sea fishing. Add to this the unique tribal cultures of the Masai, Datoga, Iracq, Chagga to name but a few, and the peaceful, friendly people, and no wonder Tanzania is becoming known as the “Safari Capital of Africa”