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Safari In Tanzania

Sassabi Expeditions is Tanzania’s premier safari tour specialist. We are all about the wildlife, exotic national parks, thrilling game drives, fantastic sundowners and much more. We are excited about the wonders of the natural world and delighted to share them with you on this experience of a lifetime. You deserve to check off every item on your safari bucket list and we are more than happy to help you accomplish them.

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We tailor all our journeys to specific safari needs and we want to inspire you by these tours.

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Safari Tours

 

14 Days Tanzania North and South Adventure

Home to a variety of wildlife, dazzling landscapes, and some of the world’s oldest tribes,  Tanzania boasts 17 national parks, 29 game reserves, 40 controlled conservation areas, and marine parks. It is home to seven Unesco World Heritage Sites with 6 of them on the m...

3 Days Short Safari Highlights of Tanzania

Dubbed as the cradle of mankind and home to the highest point in Africa, Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania offers experiences of a lifetime. What are you looking to enjoy on your African trip? Tanzania has it all--robust wildlife populations, scenic landscapes, warm welcoming people ...

8 Days Experience The Great Migration River Crossing

The wildebeest migration moves towards the north by May migrating to fresh grazing and water. The area around the west of Seronera and Moru Kopjes is immediately hectic with a series of moving columns, often containing hundreds of thousands of animals joined by many zebras a...

8 Days Tanzania Safari Flying In The Wild

Your bird’s eye view of the magnificent surroundings makes for a truly one of a kind safari experience. Flying safaris are the best way to wind down the travel hours, avoiding the endless dusty, bumpy roads, while you head straight to the heart of the action as it provides...

The Safari Circuits

It would take a lifetime to explore every nook of Tanzania’s many national parks and conservation areas. Thankfully, the Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA) has divided them into three main regional circuits -- North, South, and West -- so it’s a simple matter of deciding what you want from your safari adventure in Tanzania and we’ll take care of the details.

The Great Migration Safari

The Great Migration is a phenomenal event that sees millions of lumbering wildebeests, Thomson gazelles and zebras on their yearly journey across the rolling plains of the Serengeti into the neighboring Mara reserve in Kenya and then back again to the Serengeti. Naturally, you can also expect to spot several lions, cheetahs, hyenas and other predators following the herds, drawn to this mass gathering of prey. The Great Migration is as dramatic as they come and you definitely don't want to miss it during your stay in Tanzania.

 

6 Days Year Around Great Migration Journey


The Central Serengeti Seronera Valley is an all-year-round game-viewing mecca with an impressive population of predators and bovids which remain even after the spectacular hordes of wildebeests and zebra have moved on to greener plains.


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9 Days Ultimate Great Migration Experience


The beauty of the stunning landscapes that stretch without end beneath an infinite sky on the west of the Serengeti is indeed a sight to behold. Towards the end of April, May, and June, a vast herd of wildebeest, zebras, elands, and gazelles cluster around the western corridor of the Serengeti, south of the Grumeti River.


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Top Safari Destinations

SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK
The Serengeti ecosystem is a geographical region in Attica. It is located in northern Tanzania spans approximately 30,000 km2 (12, 000 sq mi).
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TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK
Uncrowded, relatively unknown, and famous for its vast forests of enigmatic giant baobab trees, Tarangire National Park’s rugged landscape is incredible.
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NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA
Situated 180km west of Arusha in the Crater Highlands area of Tanzania, Ngorongoro Crater is popularly known as the largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera in the world.
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LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK
Situated between Lake Manyara and the Great Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park is a protected area in Tanzania’s Arusha and Manyara Regions.
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What Type of Traveller Are You

We aim to create the perfect holiday for every guest by making sure they receive a private safari adventure catered to their individual needs and wishes. But how well do you know what you’re looking for? Are you looking for an authentic experience in the wild? Do you like to come across new people and gain deeper insight into different cultures? Or are you a true safari lover who is looking to explore the African bush and the many wildlife roaming there?


We have prepared six different types of travellers we often meet. Which one are you?

Dont you see yourself in any of these? Reach out so we can get to know you better and customize a trip that caters your specific wishes and needs.

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When To Travel
The best time to visit Zanzibar is from June to October during the cool, dry months of spring. Another popular time to visit this tropical island is form December to February when it's Hot or Dry





Best Weather
The best weather for any outdoor adventure is when there is little to no rainfall to force you back inside. In Tanzania, this dry season usually falls between June and October. The lack of rainfall means it's also easier to spot wildlife as they tend to congregate around watering holes across the parks.
Worst Weather
March and April (Peak of Wet season)
Best Time
June to October (All parks), June-July and January-February (Serengeti for the wildebeast migration and calving)
High Season
July to March (northern circuit parks; they get crowded), July to October (southern western circuit parks; they dont really get crowded any time of the year)
Low Season
July to March (northern circuit parks; they get crowded), July to October (southern western circuit parks; they dont really get crowded any time of the year)

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