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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti is easily Tanzania’s most famous national park, and it’s also the largest, at 14,763 square kilometres of protected area that borders Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Park. Its far-reaching plains of endless grass, tinged with the twisted shadows of acacia trees, have made it the quintessential image of a wild and untarnished Africa. Its large stone kopjes are home to rich ecosystems, and the sheer magnitude and scale of life that the plains support is staggering.

Stone Town

We highly recommend visiting Stone Town, especially if you are interested in
the history of the area. Taking a guide around Stone Town will reveal things
that you would without doubt miss on your own. At night the Forodhani
Gardens come alive with barbecues and a party atmosphere.
Zanzibar’s Stone Town is a fascinating living monument to the history of East
Africa. Once the centre of the ivory, gold and slave trade, the town itself is an
extraordinary place to explore; numerous markets, shops and craft centres are

Chada Camp

Katavi is located in south west of Tanzania and is one of the most remote and least visited
parks in the country.  Not because of the lack of game, quite the opposite, but because it is
tricky to reach logistically and the expensive charter flight only runs twice a week, from either
Arusha or Ruaha.  It’s not a regular on the Tanzania safari holiday route!  The tented camp is
located in the trees off the main plain of Katavi National Park, which in the dry season attracts huge herds of elephant and buffalo.

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