AFRICAN SAVANNA FROM HORIZON TO HORIZON

Not too far from the bustling Tanzanian Port of Dar-Es-Salaam lies southern Tanzania. This is an area so remote that it is seldom visited by tourists and travellers, ad the land is untouched, undamaged.

Even the sun is purer here, bathing animals and woodland alike in an otherworldly golden glow. Casting great shadows from giant baobab trees that stretch out against the sky. And dappling the golden coats of lion sleeping away the afternoon.

The Southern Tanzanian sun turns all it touches to gold. This is a land of incredible riches.

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Notable Features
Dar-es Salaam, Mikumi, Udzungwa Mountains, Selous, Zanzibar

  • The highest concentration of African Wildlife, Migration, Eternal grasslands.
  • Big tuckers, Tree-climbing lions, Forests of Baobabs.
  • Road conditions vary from asphalt to sandy tracks, allow plenty of time to travel between destinations. Charter flights between destinations for those with limited time is a favourable option.
  • The best season to travel July to October when the country is at its driest. This coincides with the migration river crossings. However, all the parks offer amazing wildlife sightings at this time as the grasses and bush are at their least dense. Most safari areas in Tanzania enjoy warm days and cool evenings year-round.
  • Average temperatures in the high 20’s °C (80+ °F).
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