Tanzania, here we come

Part of what makes our clients trust using Journey To Africa for their Safari is that we know Tanzania and Masai Mara.

You ask. Why two nights in Oliver’s Camp? Because we know that the distance from the park gate to the lodge deep inside Tarangire National Park is about 3-4 hours and you are sure to make lots of stops along the way for wildlife viewing. Two night will give you time to enjoy Silale Swamps and the surronding areas. 

You say. Why should I spend extra money and head to Northern Serengeti in August and enjoy Lamai Serengeti or Sayari Camp? Because we know you will enjoy the Mara River crossing that may happen, the off-roading, the sundowners close to Masai Mara. And wait until you see the showers and the views from these beautiful camps.

You inquire. What is special about your Safari vehicles? We find out if they have added any new variety of cookies and drinks. No, really. We want to know besides what we already offer [charging outlet, open or pop-up roof, blankets, ice cooler with drinks, snacks, thermos coffee maybe], what extra will you get.

You decide. Our guides is a big reason you are going on a Journey To Africa Safari! We catch up over coffee and hear advise, stories, suggestions, and learn more about them. We will be leaving you in very capable hands.

And so much more. So much fun heading back to Tanzania and on Safari again.

IMG_4189Our friend professional guide Paul Oliver who has been leading Safaris for over 20+ years

This is where we will be visiting on this Safari. Some new lodges + camps and resorts and some just because we can’t wait to go back.

~ Chem Chem ~ Gibbs Farm ~ Rhotia Valley ~ Lemala Ngorongoro ~Lamai Serengeti ~ Olakira Mara ~ Dunia Camp ~ Kati Kati Tented Camp ~ Mobile Camp when walking in the Serengeti ~ Jafferji House ~ Matemwe Lodge ~ Ras Nungwi.
Maybe a few more will be added along the way.


Sayari Camp bathroom

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