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One of the greatest natural events on the planet, the Serengeti's Great Wildebeest Migration is vast and thrilling. A well-developed tourism infrastructure, which means it's easy to get around between the safari parks, and from safari to beach (and, if you want, back again) - you won't be wasting days trying to get from one element of your trip to the next. Truly excellent game viewing, including lots of the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo) and plenty of predators, at a variety of excellent safari parks and reserves (of which more below...) 1.With 2 million wildebeest moving across the dramatic acacia-dotted Serengeti plains in their continuous search for green pastures, this is truly a magnificant event to witness, and one which will create memories for a lifetime. We mentioned it above but we'll say it again - the unparalleled Great Migration, which showcases nature at its most magnificent. Tanzania's fabulous Indian Ocean beaches - whether you stick with the mainland coast or opt for Zanzibar or one of the smaller islands, and whether you want to dive and snorkel or just flop on the sand, Tanzania has a beach that is perfect for you! Accommodation to suit every type of traveller - whatever your budget and travel style (hard-core thrill-seeking adventure? the very best of everything with all the bells and whistles? Africa's most famous National Park (and with good reason) - the Serengeti National Park surpasses expectations and is a worthy item on any bucket list! Bursting with history and culture, not to mention its glorious beaches, the spice island of Zanzibar should not be missed. The world's largest intact volcanic caldera, the Ngorongoro Crater is scenically stunning and a fabulous spot to see all the Big Five. For a different perspective on Tanzania, climb the majestic snow-tipped Mount Kilimanjaro. Avoid the crowds in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater by travelling Tanzania's excellent southern safari circuit instead - including Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park.

However April and May can be rainy and are probably best avoided (especially if you are also visiting a beach), although there are some special offers available at this time. The wildlife is thriving, the landscapes are stunning, and the Indian Ocean coastline and islands are simply breath-taking.This land has been our passion for many decades and we would love to tell you more.In some countries sender IDs for certain sender types are not preserved and are changed for compliance and/or deliverability reasons.In these countries mobile subscribers will see a different ‘from sender ID’ than the one sent by you.Over the years our company has won a number of awards, most recently from the British Travel Awards; Best Safari, Wildlife & Nature Holiday Company.

This website is a great place to start your research and planning: All the information has been written by us, so it is completely impartial - albeit often highly opinionated!

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Nursing School Elective If you take your Nursing School Elective in Tanzania you are sure to find the experience both challenging and rewarding.

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Teach English and Other Subjects Volunteer and teach young children in elementary schools or our own Maasai school in Arusha and Dar es Salaam.

A Tanzania safari is always a richly rewarding experience.