What to do in Tanzania?

This protected area was classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1980.

The word Kilimanjaro, in the local language, means either "Mountain of grandeur" or "Mountain shining".

The word "Manyara" comes from a Maasai term which applies to a thorny plant used as a barrier to protect livestock against wild animals.

The name of this park comes from the name Maasai which means "endless plain". This name describes well for those who have visited all the emotion one feels at the immensity and beauty of this wild Africa.

Its name comes from that of the Tarangire river which crosses it from South to North over its entire length.

Come and discover the Spice Island and its archipelago. Right in the middle of the Indian Ocean, Zanzibar offers you its crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and fascinating history. Whether you fancy a trip on your own to Zanzibar or a combined stay after a safari on the Tanzanian mainland, feel free to choose from all the options we have on offer.

And, above all, contact us so that we can advise you and make you a tailor-made trip to discover this paradise island.

Symbol of the noble and pure African warrior, the Maasai is the nomadic pastor par excellence.