Tanzania Family Safari

Make A Safari With Your Family

A Tanzania Family Safari offers an unforgettable adventure that caters to all ages, blending wildlife exploration with cultural experiences. Key destinations include the iconic Serengeti National Park, renowned for the Great Migration, where families can witness millions of wildebeest and zebras in motion. The Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, provides a stunning backdrop for spotting the Big Five in a unique volcanic caldera. Tarangire National Park offers a more serene experience with its vast elephant herds and majestic baobab trees, while Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its tree-climbing lions and vibrant birdlife. These diverse parks ensure that every game drive brings new and exciting discoveries.

Beyond game drives, a Tanzania Family Safari includes a variety of activities to engage all family members. Walking safaris, led by knowledgeable guides, allow for an up-close experience with the flora and fauna, suitable for older children and adults. Cultural visits to local Maasai villages provide a fascinating glimpse into traditional lifestyles and customs, fostering an educational and enriching experience. To top it off, many families conclude their safari with a relaxing stay in Zanzibar, where they can unwind on pristine beaches, snorkel in clear waters, and explore the island’s rich history and culture. This combination of adventure, education, and relaxation makes a Tanzania Family Safari a truly memorable vacation.


Tanzania Popular Tour Destinations


The Serengeti National Park is a large national park in northern Tanzania that stretches over 14,763 km (5,700 sq mi)


The world's largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera. The crater, which formed when a large volcano exploded


Kilimanjaro's central cone, Kibo, rises to 19,340 feet (5,895 meters) and is the highest point in Africa.


Ranking as the 6th largest National Park in Tanzania and covering an area of 2,600 square kilometers

Lake Manyara

It covers an area of 325 km² including about 230 km² lake surface. More than 350 bird species have been observed on the lake.

Arusha National Park

Covers Mount Meru, a prominent volcano with an elevation of 4566 m, in the Arusha Region of north eastern Tanzania.