Tanzania’s Sensational Wildlife Parks & The Iconic Stone Town at Zanzibar
Tanzania is East Africa’s largest country and an immensely rewarding place to visit. Tanzania’s best asset is its people: friendly, welcoming, proud of their rich heritage and yet quietly dignified. You encounter uncommon warmth and courtesy wherever you go and genuine friendships are easily made.
The best known tribe are the Maasai – a pastoral people who inhabit the region around the safari parks in the north and better known for their fighting prowess, as the colourful, red-robed, spear-carrying Maasai warriors. However, there are at least 127 other tribes in Tanzania, perhaps not as well-known, but with equally rich traditions, histories, customs, beliefs and music, much of which survive, despite the effects of colonialism and the more recent western consumerism.
Ndarakwai – Mt. Kilimanjaro – Arusha National Park – Lake Manyara – Ngorongoro – Serengeti National Park – Arusha – Zanzibar
(13 Nights/14 Days)
This exciting trip ends at the iconic Stone Town in Zanibar, Tanzania’s most prominent landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since the year 2000. It is of eminent historical and artistic importance in the whole region of East Africa. The architecture dates back to the 19th century and reflects diverse styles that underpin the dominant Swahili culture with an admixture of Arab, Persian, Indian and European influences.