01 JULY 2025



What's Included:

Anita and her family are extremely pleased to be taking a Safari to Tanzania and Zanzibar with friends and clients alike.   You are all invited, as this will be the biggest adventure of all!


14 DAY : Tanzania Safari and Zanzibar Beach Adventure with Anita

Anyone can hop on for this adventure – singles, families or couples that have been dreaming of a Safari.  July is a prime time to witness the Great Migration, where over 1.5 million wildebeest, along with hundreds of thousands of zebras and gazelles, cross the Serengeti into the Masai Mara in Kenya. Since we will be very close to some beautiful beaches as well, this adventure will feature:

  • 6 Nights/7 Days – TANZANIA SAFARI


  • 01.07 – Arrival in Arusha for your Safari ; stay at Pazuri Inn Arusha – standads suites
  • 02.07 – TANAGIRE NATIONAL PARK – stay at Manyara Best View Lorge & Spa
  • 03.07 – SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK (east / west) –  stay at Serengeti Sound of Silence Camp
  • 04.07 – SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK  – (east/ west) + Hot Air Balloon Ride
  • 05.07 – SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK  – (east. west) – stay at Serengeti Sound of Silence Camp
  • 06.07 – Ngorongoro Crater Conservation area (including visit to crater!)
  • 07.07 – Flight from Arusha to ZANZIBAR


  • 07.07 – 14.07 – 7 nights on the beach : Next Paradise Boutique Resort- Half Board

Why Tanzania?

🌄 Unparalleled Beauty: From the iconic Serengeti Plains to the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania boasts some of the most spectacular landscapes on Earth.

🐘 Wildlife Galore: Witness the Big Five up close in their natural habitat. From lions and elephants to rhinos, leopards, and buffalo – Tanzania offers a wildlife experience like no other in Africa.

🏞️ WHY IN JULY? – The Great Migration! : Be a part of nature’s grand spectacle as millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles journey across the Serengeti in search of greener pastures.

🌅 Cultural Richness: Discover the warmth and hospitality of Tanzania’s diverse cultures, with chances to visit local Maasai communities and experience authentic traditions.

During the safari

  • Overnight stays in the lodge(s) as shown on the itinerary
  • Meal plans as shown on the itinerary
  • Private (4×4) modern safari vehicle with pop-up roof, specially designed for safari game drives
  • English-speaking safari guide for the duration of your safari
  • Park fees for all the (national) parks on the itinerary
  • Unlimited mileage with game drives in the national parks
  • Any extra activities during the safari, as shown on the above itinerary (hot air balloon!)
  • Drinking water in the safari jeep


On Zanzibar

  • Domestic flight to Zanzibar, as mentioned on the above itinerary
  • Overnight stays in a beach resort in Zanzibar
  • Meal plans as shown on the itinerary (HB)
  • English-speaking guide for transfers in Zanzibar
  • Any extra activities as shown on the above itinerary


In general

  • Welcome package upon arrival
  • Airport transfers before and after your international and domestic flights
  • SGR Guarantee (we are fully accredited and bonded as mentioned here)


This price excludes

  • International flight tickets and visa
  • Tips
  • Personal insurance (travel insurance)
  • Zanzibar Infrastructure Tax: 2 to 5 USD per person/child per night, charged at the hotel as part of an extra bill, as per local tax regulations.


  • Hotels and room configurations
    The hotels and room configurations as shown on your itinerary above are part of a proposal and are subject to availability. Especially family and interconnected rooms have limited availability, and can only be confirmed after booking with us.


  • International flight tickets
    If you want us to book your international flight tickets, that’s no problem. We will only start looking for flight tickets when you are confident the itinerary is to your liking so that we do not have to change dates every time. To start looking, we need the first name, last name, gender, and date of birth of all travelers, exactly as mentioned on your passports. With this, we can guarantee to hold the tickets at the lowest possible price for a limited time. Once you have confirmed and booked the tickets, any change costs at least €175 per ticket (and at most the price of a new flight ticket).


  • Domestic flights
    Domestic flights as indicated on your schedule are included in the price. But please note that the baggage allowance on these flights is 20 kilograms including hand luggage. It is possible to pay for extra kilos directly at the check-in desk, at 5 USD per kilo.


As of January 2023, travelers to Tanzania are no longer required to show any Covid-19 documentation (proof of vaccination or PCR test) upon entering the country. Tanzania Specialist is not responsible for travel restrictions due to Covid-19 in transit airports.


Going on game drives – what to expect
Ideally, a day of safari begins with an early morning rise at the sounds of the African savannah. After a healthy breakfast you head out in a safari vehicle with your personal guide. This is the best time to see animals, who are most active just after sunrise (and just before sunset). You explore the savannah until it’s time for a packed lunch from the lodge, that you can enjoy at one of the picnic areas in the park.
You continue exploring the savannah until just before sunset, when you stop on a beautiful spot or go back to the lodge for the famous safari sundowner.
Watch the sunset while you nurse your favourite drink and reminisce about the day. The day ends with a lovely shower, a sumptuous dinner, and an early night. Because at sunrise the next morning it all starts again…
Of course the definition of ideal is different for everyone. The good thing is, that with Tanzania Specialist both the car and the driver are at your disposal completely. This means you can adjust the above in any way you like. Do you prefer to go back to the lodge early for a relaxing afternoon with a sundowner and view over the savannah? By all means do so! Chances are you spot some amazing wildlife from the comfort of your own tent. On the other hand, if you don’t like early mornings, you can decide to take it easy and start your game drives a bit later because also during the day there are plenty of animals to see. And if you prefer to have lunch in the lodge, you can just do so.
Park curfew
The same goes once you are in the park. Whether you are fascinated by big cats, birds, photography, or elephants,

you can adjust the game drive to your liking. So if you prefer to observe the same animals for hours on end, nobody will push you to drive on. To make the best use of this freedom, we advise you to discuss all your wishes with your guide during the first briefing and at any time during your safari. He is the expert on game drives and might be able to come up with suggestions to make your day even better. Together you can create your personal and perfect safari day!


Just know that the only limit is the park curfew.
National parks only allow game drives from 6am (sunrise) to 6pm
(sunset) and expect guests to be back in the lodge outside of those hours.
Game drive days can be as packed or relaxed as you wish. Below we made two examples:
The ultimate game drive day

A relaxing day of game drives

06:00 breakfast in the lodge

08:00 breakfast in the lodge

07:00 pick up from the lodge

09:00 pick up from the lodge

07:00 – 12:00 game drives

09:00 – 13:00 game drives

12:00 lunch in the park

13:00 lunch in the park

12:30 – 17:30 game drives

14:00 – 16:00 game drives

18:00 back in the lodge

16:30 back in the lodge

19:00 dinner

What does full board look like on safari?


When booking a safari, the meal plan will always be full board. Once you are on safari, that looks like this:

Mostly buffet and coffee/water/juice/tea

The packed lunch usually has a sandwich, pasta salad, potatoes eg., some fruit, a muffin and a
drink pack.

Buffet or à la carte.

Drinks are not included in the dinner price.
Prices are usually 3 USD for soft drinks, 3 to 5 USD for a beer, and from 25 USD for a bottle of wine.
Our jeeps always have bottles of water in the fridge.
Other drinks and snacks can be booked for a day small additional charge per person per day.

About your safari…

This is going to be the trip of your dreams!
You’ll be driven around in our own open roof jeep, guaranteeing you a superb safari experience with many opportunities to take great photos. The jeep also has seven window seats, which gives everyone a beautiful view of the animals and landscape.
Your private guide will advise you of the best time to start each outing, but as it’s a private safari the final decision will be yours. Let him know anything you need or want, and he will do his best to accommodate you!
We visit the recommended lodges and hotels in your travel program on a regular basis to make sure they maintain our high standards at all times, so we can guarantee their superb quality.
Your dream journey…
You have an amazing trip ahead of you! In Tarangire National Park you’ll move amongst ancient baobab trees looking for big herds of elephants. In the renowned Serengeti you will see lions and bear witness to the great wildebeest migration. And in the famous crater of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area
, if you are lucky you will see the almost extinct black rhino. Last but not least you will visit the beautiful island of Zanzibar where you will relax on white sandy beaches underneath the coconut trees.

Please inquire, as we have guests joining us from Canada as as well as Europe.

Our Exclusive Safari Packages Include:

🛌 Luxurious Accommodations: Stay in carefully selected lodges and tented camps that offer comfort amidst the wild.

🚐 Expert Guided Tours: Experienced local guides will ensure you don’t miss a thing, whether it’s spotting hidden wildlife or understanding Tanzania’s rich heritage.

🍽️ Gourmet Meals: Savor delicious cuisine prepared by top chefs, featuring both local and international dishes.


Day 1 : Arrival in Arusha for your Tanzania safari

When you arrive at Arusha Airport our Tanzania Specialist guide will be there waiting for you. He’ll drop you off at your hotel where you can relax in the
authentic African atmosphere, sipping on a typical African drink. And of course, you can cool down with a swim in the pool.
Your personal Tanzania Specialist guide is very experienced and knowledgeable about the amazing
nature that attracts so many tourists to this country, and knows a lot about African culture. So don’t hesitate to ask him all your questions from the beginning – he loves to answer all of them!
This trip is a real private safari, which means that you can get the most out of your trip!
In consultation with the guide, you decide what time the game drive starts and ends, but also how long you stay with certain animals.
Your adventure has just began!


Day 2 : Tarangire National Park

Today you will drive to Tarangire National Park. This park is well known for its big groups of elephants and the huge amount of giant baobab trees that can live for hundreds of years. In the dry season it’s possible to see groups of up to 250 elephants here! They can weigh up to six thousand kilos and have a special technique to draw water from the baobab trees.
Your private guide can tell you everything about this.
But Tarangire has many more wild animals, which you can spot most easily at the Tarangire River or Lake Burunge – the main water sources of the park – when they come to relieve their thirst.

Tarangire NP also offers the possibility of a hot air balloon safari or to visit a
traditional Maasai village , where you will see the simple way of life of the Maasai people, who prefer to live in small huts in the middle of the African savannah.

Day 3 – 5: Serengeti National Park (central west/east)

The highlight of the safari awaits you today – Serengeti National
Park. Serengeti is widely known as THE place to go on safari, mainly because of
the Great Migration.
Many of the most impressive nature films are shot during this movement of large
animals. With your guide, you might witness the enormous, stampeding herds on their search for food, as they pass this area several times a year.
From April to June, you might see them in the central-west as they are migrating up to the Kenyan border and the Mara River. Then, from October to December, they pass on the eastern side on their
way down to Ndutu.

The word Serengeti stems from the Maasai language and means endless plains. Besides the herds, many predators roam these vast grasslands; over four thousand lions, 225 cheetahs, a thousand
leopards, 3500 hyenas, and hundreds of wild dogs! And of course, there are plenty of other beautiful animals to witness, that your guide will be delighted to point out to you. Are you ready for this?

The Serengeti is magnificent, and the best way to see its splendor is from a hot air balloon. For a unique experience, take a balloon safari! You will soar over the plains, get close to the animals, and have the most amazing views.

Hot air balloon flight in Serengeti Included 

Among the best activities in Tanzania, we definitely count this one! A balloon safari in the Serengeti will
make your Tanzania Safari a memorable experience.
You rise at sunrise and gently fly over the endless plains of the Serengeti. The hot air balloon will float at
treetop height above the baobabs and acacias, so you can see the animals close by. Watching the wildlife from above, offers an unique perspective. Enjoy the peace and breathtaking panoramic views.

The balloon safari starts from 3 different locations in Serengeti National Park

Day 6 : Ngorongoro Conservation Area (incl. Crater)

Today you will visit one of Africa’s seven wonders – the famous Ngorongoro Crater, formed two million years ago when the huge volcano erupted . The fertile lava has created a unique ecosystem which is now home to the highest concentration of animals found anywhere in Africa! While descending 600 meters from the rim onto the crater floor, you will be surrounded by the thousands of animals. The views are astounding – you won’t know where to look first!

The Ngorongoro Crater is home to many lion prides, herds of buffalos, zebras, wildebeests and many more species. And nowhere else you have a better chance to spot the rare and endangered black rhino. So if you want to see all of the “Big Five” – this is the place to be! The Ngorongoro crater is indeed an extraordinary place, and perhaps the most spectacular natural reserve for a visitor in Africa!
As an additional activity, you can visit a traditional – Maasai village
. Witness their simple and original way of living, in
their small mud huts in the middle of the vast plains.

Day 7 : Flight to Zanzibar (included in the price)

Day 8 – 13: Zanzibar

Paradise is here!

The tropical island of Zanzibar is famous for its crystal clear water and white sandy
beaches that are almost too beautiful to be true. The island lies in the Indian Ocean about fifty kilometres of the Tanzanian mainland. Together with the islands Pemba and Mafia, it belongs to the spice islands – famous for their cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla, cumin and many other precious spices; a special spice tour shows how they grow.
Alleyways and sandbanks

The island has several amazing beaches, making the island Africa’s number one holiday destination. Besides, it has a fascinating history that can be explored in the museums of Zanzibar’s Stone Town. The town is great for a day out, as you can discover the many alleyways of Old Town, visit Prison Island, sail to sandbanks, munge on the most delicious local food, or watch local youth dive
spectacularly into the ocean at sunset.

The best beaches When it comes to the beaches, the north with Nungwi and Kendwa is the best if you enjoy an exciting nightlife with plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from. The beach in Nungwi is a bit rocky, but lovely when the tide is low. You can ride your horse on the beach, and book tours to sandbanks, coral reefs and dolphin spotting areas. Kendwa has amazing outstretched beaches and
an ocean that is perfect for swimming all day long. It’s also famous for its full moon parties
every month, so make sure to check if your stay coincides with a full moon!
Jambiani and Paje on the East Coast are our favourite villages, as this part of the island has the best beach vibe. Paje is perfect for kite surfing, and life in both villages just takes place on the white outstretched beaches with beautifully designed resorts and beach bars, lounge areas, delicious coffees, drinks and food, and great music.

Locals mix easily with tourists here, which gives the beach a special vibe. Here you can do
excursions like bike rides, cooking classes, sunset cruises, and snorkel tours during
the day, and enjoy quiet evenings in your resort at night unless you choose to dance the night away to live African music around beach fires!

Day 14 : Flight home from Zanzibar Airport (ZNZ)

📸 Photography Opportunities: Capture the magic of Tanzania with our specially designed photographic safaris, perfect for both amateurs and professionals!  We are all photo enthusiasts and will take many pictures of you 🙂


Not available for less than 15 people – and also, it is an amazing deal!



After clients confirmed their booking they receive an invoice with all details. In order to confirm our clients’ reservation, we require a 50% deposit payment of the itinerary cost and 100% upfront payment for airline tickets. The balance of payment is due 65 days prior to the commencement date of your itinerary. Bookings made within 65 days  prior to departure are subject to full prepayment at the time of confirming the reservation.


Payments can be made by bank wire/transfer/ credit card.


In the event that you cancel your booking, in full or partially, for any reason whatsoever Tanzania Specialist will levy cancellation charges as defined in the section below.

65+ days before departure: deposit non-refundable

50-65 days before departure: 50% of the itinerary cost

0-50 days before departure: 100% of the itinerary cost

After your booking has been confirmed, should you wish to make any changes to your itinerary or wish an earlier departure date, we will make every effort to accommodate your requests based on availability. However, the extra costs involved to make changes are CAD 250.00

The Best Things About a Tanzania Safari

  1. Educational Experience:
    • Wildlife Learning: Kids get to see animals in their natural habitat, learning about various species, their behaviors, and ecosystems.
    • Cultural Exposure: Opportunities to visit local villages and learn about the Maasai and other cultures can be enlightening for children.
  2. Family Bonding:
    • Shared Adventures: Experiencing the excitement of spotting the Big Five and other wildlife creates lasting memories and strengthens family bonds.
    • Outdoor Activities: Engaging in activities like guided nature walks and campfire storytelling enhances the family experience.
  3. Unique Landscapes:
    • Diverse Scenery: From the Serengeti plains to the Ngorongoro Crater, the varied landscapes offer breathtaking views and unique exploration opportunities.
    • Photographic Moments: The stunning scenery and wildlife provide endless opportunities for family photos.
  4. Child-Friendly Accommodations:
    • Family Lodges: Many lodges and camps cater to families, offering family suites, child-friendly meals, and activities.
    • Safety and Comfort: High-quality accommodations ensure comfort and safety for kids.

What You Should Know

  1. Health and Safety:
    • Vaccinations: Ensure that all necessary vaccinations are up to date. Consult your doctor for advice on malaria prophylaxis.
    • Safety Briefing: Educate  about safari safety, such as staying in the vehicle and not approaching animals.
  2. Packing Essentials:
    • Clothing: Lightweight, neutral-colored clothing, hats, sunglasses, and sturdy shoes. Bring layers for varying temperatures.
    • Personal Items: Sunscreen, insect repellent, binoculars, and a good camera.
    • If taking kids, kids’ Needs: Snacks, refillable water bottles, favorite toys or books, and any necessary medications.
  3. Age Considerations:
    • Minimum Age: 7
    • Attention Span: Consider your child’s ability to sit quietly and be patient during game drives, which can last several hours.
  4. Game Drives:
    • Timing: Early morning and late afternoon drives are best for wildlife sightings and avoiding the midday heat.
    • Duration: Keep drives shorter and more frequent to accommodate younger children’s attention spans and comfort levels.
  5. Activities :
    • Interactive Experiences: Cultural visits, nature walks, and storytelling sessions around the campfire can be very engaging.
  6. Dietary Needs:
    • Child-Friendly Menus: Ensure the lodges can cater to your children’s dietary preferences and restrictions.
    • Hydration: Keep kids well-hydrated and ensure they drink bottled or filtered water.
  7. Travel Logistics:
    • Internal Flights: Many safari destinations within Tanzania are accessible by small aircraft.
    • Travel Insurance: Have comprehensive travel insurance that covers health, trip cancellations, and emergencies.
  8. Cultural Sensitivity:
    • Respect Local Customs: Teach kids to respect local cultures and traditions. This includes appropriate dress and behavior in villages.
    • Language: Learning a few words in Swahili can be fun for kids and appreciated by locals.


We will be travelling with families with kids (from 7 to 18 years old) but will be involved in a lot of activities and waking up early!



Tanzania Safari Accommodations

Zanzibar Beach Resort :  Next Paradise Boutique