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We design tailor-made holidays that encompass a country’s attractions, take you off the main path to visit lesser-known, pristine locations, and consistently work to provide you with unique wildlife encounters. Tap into your inner explorer and design a personalised safari expedition. Whether you’re a nature lover, a bird watcher, or someone in search of an unforgettable getaway, we’re fully prepared to curate the perfect safari experience for you.

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Must-do experiences while in Tanzania

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Embark on a mindful exploration of the vast Serengeti plains, discovering numerous often unnoticed natural marvels. Liberated from the confines of roads and vehicles, experience Africa on foot, accompanied by an adept guide from Grevys safaris and a Serengeti Park Ranger from Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA). This intimate and dynamic adventure accommodates a maximum of eight walkers, including six guests and two guides, promising to enrapture your senses and reward your every step.

Follow your guides with cautious steps as they unveil the mysteries of Serengeti National Park. Equipped and well-versed in knowledge, your guides will not only introduce you to the grand and diminutive wildlife of the region but also its incredible array of plant life. From your distinct ground-level vantage point, meticulously trace the very trails of Serengeti’s most cherished animals, draw closer to nature, and take care to observe the reserve’s tiniest inhabitants diligently at work.

Spanning approximately 1 to 3 hours of walking, contingent on the group’s capabilities and enthusiasm, a guided nature walk offers an exceptionally unforgettable and uncommon opportunity, showcasing the African wilderness in its most authentic and unrefined form. Enthusiastic birdwatchers and avid photographers will find themselves in their element.

For your safety and comfort throughout the walking expedition, your guides adhere to stringent protocols and possess thorough familiarity with their surroundings. This adventure is open to participants aged 16 years and above.

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No visit to the Ngorongoro would be complete without encountering the captivating Maasai people. This captivating cultural journey will submerge you in the captivating heritage of these honorable individuals. Within the Maasai village that serves as the destination for your excursion, you’ll get the chance to connect with a Maasai family, explore a traditional boma – the village huts known as Manyatta, which are constructed from cow dung and clay applied over frames of sticks. You might also have the option to explore a local school or clinic. Should you choose to extend your half-day escapade into a full-day exploration, you could delve into the life of a young Maasai for a day or, for a truly authentic engagement, witness a bloodletting ritual. The incredible reality of the Maasai’s existence within the heart of the wilderness, with warthogs foraging and elephants trumpeting just beyond their periphery, is truly remarkable.

As the most renowned of Africa’s peoples, these fierce warriors continue to practice their ancestral way of life, famed for their pastoral traditions centered around their herds of cattle, sheep, goats, and donkeys. Throughout history, the Maasai have led a nomadic existence in pursuit of water and grazing land for their herds. In modern times, they’ve established permanent settlements, and many Maasai no longer wander. Their diet still relies on milk, blood, and meat, though incorporating grains into their diet is increasingly common. Despite the dwindling numbers of Maasai today, they still coexist harmoniously with the abundant wildlife in their surroundings.

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You have an extraordinary feast ahead in the Ngorongoro Crater, teeming with an impressive array of animals. Your exclusive area is arranged with immaculate white tablecloths, elegant silver utensils, and delightful cuisine. While enjoying delicious food, your family can engage in conversations and rekindle bonds, all while having the chance to catch a glimpse of the incredible wildlife inhabiting the Crater floor. Referred to as “the Edenic garden” or “the birthplace of life,” the Crater floor provides a truly splendid backdrop for a family banquet.

Tanzania; Ngorongoro Crater; Hot Barbeque Lunch
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Found exclusively in Tanzania, the exquisite blue birthstone of December, tanzanite, serves as a distinctive souvenir of your East African journey and an essential addition to any jewelry enthusiast’s collection. The Tanzanite Experience offers a guided tour lasting 1 to 2 hours, presenting the history behind this remarkable gem, including its discovery and initial mining.

During the tour, you’ll have the opportunity to witness firsthand the process of grading and cutting each gem, and afterward, you can indulge yourself by acquiring a genuine, certified tanzanite piece.

Tanzanite is often described as “1,000 times rarer than diamonds” and is an exceptionally rare find, unique to Tanzania and sourced from the base of Mount Kilimanjaro. Showcasing captivating shades of blue and violet, tanzanite was first unearthed in 1967. It is acclaimed by many renowned jewelers as “the most exquisite blue gemstone to be discovered in two millennia,” naming it Tanzanite. This vibrant blue gem is a must-have addition to your treasure trove of jewels.

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Witness the awe-inspiring splendor of Serengeti National Park through an unforgettable adventure aboard a hot air balloon. As dawn breaks and the sun emerges, embark on a unique journey guided by the winds of the morning. Your balloon’s altitude is expertly controlled by your pilot, offering diverse perspectives that range from skimming treetops to lower altitudes, providing excellent chances to capture wildlife moments through your lens. Alternatingly, you’ll ascend to great heights, revealing the vast grandeur and stunning panorama of the Serengeti. Periodically, the pilot will intensify the balloon’s heat using powerful yet quiet burners. During these intervals, the surroundings are serenely hushed, save for the natural sounds below.


Embarking on a Serengeti balloon safari presents an extraordinary chance to savor an aerial view of the sprawling plains beneath. As you draw near, minute specks traverse the varied terrain, and upon closer inspection, a magnificent sight unfolds. The striking black and white stripes of zebras, stately grey elephants ambling towards watering holes, nimble warthogs rummaging in grassy clearings, and glimpses of swaying golden lion tails beneath shaded trees compose an impressive display.

Gently glide through the atmosphere, allowing your gaze to explore every nook and cranny, absorbing the allure of nature below. This profoundly enriching experience provides an overwhelming sense of connection, revealing nature’s secrets from this elevated vantage point.

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Immerse yourself in a day spent alongside the Hadzabe people, an ancient group of hunter-gatherers residing in the vicinity of Lake Eyasi, a stunning soda lake nestled within the Great Rift Valley of East Africa. Observe their enduring traditional lifestyle and their profound connection to the natural world. Guided by a Grevys Safaris guide, participants have the chance to interact with the Bushmen and gain insight into their age-old hunting methods, survival expertise, culinary practices, and cultural traditions. This experience transports you to a bygone era, offering an unquestionably genuine cultural expedition into the rural landscapes of Tanzania that unveils the lesser-known world of these captivating individuals.

Among the few remaining tribes of hunter-gatherers in the world who inhabit the rugged bushlands, Hadzabe men embark on solitary quests for sustenance, returning with treasures like golden honey, succulent fruits, or hearty wild game whenever it becomes accessible. Women venture out in larger groups, gathering vibrant berries, nutritious baobab fruit, and underground tubers, adapting to what nature provides. During the wet, rainy season, their diet centers around the sweetness of honey, complemented by colorful fruits, tubers, and occasionally meat.

Adapting their dietary choices in accordance with the changing seasons, this tribe demonstrates remarkable skill, selectivity, and opportunism in their pursuit of sustenance. With only themselves to rely upon for nourishing their families and community, they exemplify resourcefulness and resilience.

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Empakaai Crater, a collapsed volcanic caldera, boasts dimensions of 300 meters in height and over six kilometers in width. Nestled within its center is Empakaai Lake, an alkaline pool that plunges to a depth of 85 meters and blankets three-fourths of the crater’s floor. Positioned atop the commanding rim of Empakaai Crater, you’re treated to captivating vistas, including the distant snowy cap of Kilimanjaro on the eastern horizon, the expanse of the Great Rift Valley, and the presence of Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano.

This full-day expedition is an exploration of the awe-inspiring Empakaai Crater. With its floor hosting a serene lake and its encompassing walls draped in dense forest, the caldera offers a panorama of immense natural beauty. Clear days grant views of Ol Doinyo Lengai, Tanzania’s most recently active volcano. While the steep incline requires a certain level of fitness, the journey through the lush forest, adorned with ancient strangler fig trees and vibrant avian life, proves to be a rewarding endeavor. The path leads to the lakeshore, where a sight of flamingos and a variety of waterfowl awaits.

As you traverse the hiking route, immersing yourself in the splendid scenery, chances are high that you’ll encounter several animals, including blue monkeys, buffalo, bush buck, waterbuck, and a diverse assortment of bird species.

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Teeming with a diverse range of cultures from across Tanzania, the quaint Mto Wa Mbu town is situated at the gateway to Lake Manyara National Park. Functioning as a local agricultural center, the town is renowned for cultivating rice and the distinctive red bananas emblematic of Tanzania. A guided half-day tour through the town allows visitors to engage with local farmers, as well as artisans, craftsmen, and painters. An opportunity to savor the local banana beer introduces a distinctive local flavor.

This hub of cross-cultural interaction is inhabited by around 120 tribes. Serving as a vibrant and flourishing village, it’s captivating to listen to the vibrant medley of languages and directly observe the unique traditions. The diverse cultural tapestry is evident in various entrepreneurial endeavours.

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