There are few places remaining on Earth that feel stuck in time, where the people, land, nature, and way of life have not changed much. Tanzania is tops on the list, and over a hundred guests traveled for an immersive experience of exploration across this land. From Kilimanjaro to Ngorongoro, Serengeti to Zanzibar, these guests see it all and feel like explorers as they hop onto turboprop airplanes, Land Rovers, and dhow boats.
As the journey begins, guests learn of the history of coffee plantations in the rich soils of the mountains, gain culture and survival skills from the Maasai tribe, and meet the country’s only animal rescue that rescues, rehabilitates, and releases wildlife.
EXPLORING AN ECOSYSTEM
The Serengeti is as vast as it is beautiful, and seeing the ecosystem as it was millions of years ago creates a deep impact.
The quest for the Big Five is a success, with abundant wildlife including elephant, lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe, hippo, and hundreds of bird species. Our guests immerse themselves into the conservation efforts, learning what it takes to support the ecosystem of land, tribes, and animals.
Day trips take guests to the clear waters of Zanzibar, where they are in awe of the starkness of the Serengeti, and to the untouched lands of the Ngorongoro Crater.
The history and culture of Zanzibar are as unique as the spices grown on the island. And the colors and ecosystem of the crater have guests feeling like they are on another planet.