Tanzania – long considered Kenya’s ‘little brother’ – has finally come into its own. This wildlife-rich country boasts the famouse Serengeti Reserve – an extension of the Masai Mara and, in fact, the origin of the great migration. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the natural wonders of the world and should not be missed.
Accommodations: Some large lodges but mostly smaller tented and tree-style camps and lodges.
Gameviewing: Pop top minivans and land cruisers in national parks, open vehicles in private concessions.
Getting Around: Flying is strongly recommended for long distances. No self-drive.
Other Attractions: Mt. Kilimanjaro beckons to those adventurers seeking a challenge, while those needing some relaxation find sun and surf at Indian Ocean lodgings near Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar.