Tanzania? More like Tanza-massive. This country’s got more amazingness than J-Lo’s booty.
Expect big things on a trip to Tanzania. With big game reserves, big populations of wildlife, a huge animal-filled crater, big-hearted locals and one really, really big mountain, it’s no wonder so many people travel to Tanzania.
Join a Geckos tour of Tanzania to have sleepless nights listening to animal calls while camping in Serengeti National Park, hit the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater to find rare rhinos, mix with local growers in the Usambara Mountains, beach camp in steamy Dar es Salaam, learn local secrets from the Chagga people and get heated with some Swahili curry in Zanzibar.
From chilling on deserted beaches to mixing it up in modern cities and embarking on a take-no-prisoners mountain climb, Tanzania has an adventure to suit hardy travellers of all persuasions. Trust us, yeah?
What people say
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Tanzania tour reviews
Our Tanzania trips score an average of 4.87 out of 5 based on 45 reviews in the last year.
Stone Town to Vic Falls, August 2016
This trip is a great way to see the highlights of Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. We saw all of then if 5 and more!! It is unbelievable to think we have walked with Rhinos and been a couple of metres away from Lions in the wild! This trip gave us Schenectady to meet local people and learn about some African culture. This this trip has lots of variety safaris to snorkelling around Zanzibar. Finishing at Victoria Falls was amazing and I would recommend everyone to try the helicopter ride around the falls. My only negative is that our cook was so great my shorts no longer fit!! Thank you to our wonderful crew!! Tif & Dave
Review submitted 28 Aug 2016
Stone Town to Vic Falls, July 2016
This trip is perfect for someone who doesn't want to be stuck in cities. There are heaps of opportunities for getting out and experiencing life in the villages and more remote areas. An amazing experience!
Review submitted 18 Aug 2016