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Tanzania Safaris

Tanzania is duly famed as one of Africa’s top wildlife-viewing destinations.

  • Each year the great herds of wildebeest gather on the plains in search of new grass, and to birth their young.

  • Zebras' dizzying stripes serve an important purpose on the plains of Africa: To confuse potential predators.

  • Cheetahs, like the ones you may see on this tour, can run up to 70 miles an hour.

  • It's possible to see endangered black rhinoceros on the crater floor of the Ngorongoro Center.

Tanzania is home to an almost inconceivable amount of wildlife. Big numbers of animals draw big numbers of tourists, creating crowds of people on the plains. For that reason, we offer Tanzania safaris that are designed to get you away from the throngs of tourists as much as possible.

Available Tours

wildebeest

Great Tanzania Migration Safari
Wildebeests and zebra move across the Serengeti, following an ancient migration route.
8-day tours from $7,395

zebras

Tanzania Migration Photo Safari
Photograph the spectacle of predator and prey as the vast herds traverse the endless plains.
9-day tours from $9,795

rhino

Secluded Tanzania
A classic safari experience to national parks Serengeti and Tarangire, as well as Ngorongoro Crater.
12-day tours from $9,795

African

Family Tanzania Safari
A private, all-ages adventure to the best wildlife regions of Tanzania.
9-day tours from from $6,495 Adult; $4,495 Child

wildebeest

Custom Tanzania Safari
Build your own personalized journey to Tanzania on our tour operator’s custom safari planning website.
Dates and prices vary.


Available Extensions

Ngorongoro Crater Extension 3 days from $1,895
Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Extension 4 days from $1,850
Uganda Mountain Gorilla Extension 6 days from $3,995 

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WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF in Tanzania
WWF has worked in East Africa for more than four decades, helping to establish new national parks, empowering communities to manage their natural resources, and educating children and others about the importance of conservation. Read more here

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