Rich, bountiful and gracious

From its deep rift lakes to its pinnacle at Kilimanjaro, through the rolling plains, the “warm sea of life” of the Serengeti and some of Africa’s least visited and most enchanting parks, Tanzania entices us with awe-striking beauty. Among its plentiful and varied wildlife, the country particularly stands out for its large, easily viewed populations of elephant, large cats (especially lions), wildebeest, and zebra. Travel here, especially to the remotest areas, demands the kind of astute planning we relish. Our mobile safaris take us in comfort, safety, and unassuming luxury far into the back of Tanzania’s beyond, allowing us to explore seldom-seen landscapes and visit untrammeled tribal cultures.

Tanzania with GeoEx

Travel in Tanzania, especially to its remotest areas, demands the kind of astute planning we relish. Private mobile safaris take us in comfort and safety far into the back of Tanzania’s beyond. We explore seldom-seen landscapes however we'd like: on foot, horseback, or by boat, helicopter, plane, and hot-air balloon. We also visit small private lodges tucked away from guidebook notice. Our perfectly designed trip might take us to an idyll on the beaches of the Indian Ocean coast (with a visit to the island of Zanzibar, perhaps).

Sample Itineraries

The Nature of Tanzania

  • The Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater
  • Soaring landscapes rich with wildlife
  • 11 days, with cultural encounters
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Southern Tanzania's Wildlife Frontier

  • Abundant wildlife, stylish camps
  • A rugged, less-traveled region
  • Track wild chimps in rain forest
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