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Kuro Tarangire is a perfect complement

If you're thinking of visiting the Serengeti this year, don't miss out on all that Tarangire has to offer.

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Kuro Tarangire
Add Tarangire to your Northern Tanzania Safari

"Katavi is truly a place off the map".

If you're seeking an adventure far from the madding crowds and want to feel true wilderness, this is where you go.

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Chada Katavi

Elephant dung on the paths between the tents

As you walk around the camp, you are constantly surprised by new views of baobab groves glowing in the sun.

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Kigelia Ruaha

A unique kind of freedom exists in our remote part of the Selous

We can explore in open vehicles, on foot or by boat. Our camp is located far from the busy area which means we don't have to share.

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Sand Rivers Selous

Three of Tanzania's wildest places in one magnificent safari.

From the  varied floodplains of Katavi to the giant baobab forests of Ruaha, finishing with the remote freedom of the Selous, a wild adventure awaits!

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The ultimate wild safari

Nomad Tanzania is one of East Africa's original safari companies.

For the past 20 years we've pioneered, owned and operated our outstanding small safari camps in three of the remotest corners of Tanzania.  If you are looking for superb locations, exceptional guiding and the essence of safari, get in touch.

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Featured Safari:

North Tanzania: 7nt S.Serengeti Migration & Mahale Chimps

4nt Serengeti Safari Camp, Ndutu area

3nt Greystoke Mahale

The best of the migration in the southern plains - wall-to-wall wildebeest and all the accompanying wildlife plus lovely scenery plus out of season and off the map in remote Western ...

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Day 1. Arusha - Serengeti

Hop on an early flight from Arusha, up over the Ngorongoro Highlands and beyond to the wide plains of the Southern Serengeti.  At this time of the year, these nutrient-rich plains draw the great herds from the north to prepare for calving.  You'll be met by your Nomad guide for a short game drive to our Serengeti Safari Camp.  Relax, settle into your tent and perhaps head out for a game drive after lunch to see the lay of the land. ...

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Day 2. Serengeti Safari Camp

Rise early to the dawn chorus with a cup of tea on the verandah of your tent.  An early breakfast sees you boarding your safari car for a full day out exploring.  Your guide knows this area well and will be able to interpret all that you see.  Take a picnic breakfast to be enjoyed in some beautiful spot, surrounded by wildlife.  Return to the camp in time for a hot shower and a well-earned drink by the fire before dinner.

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Day 3. Serengeti Safari Camp

Serengeti Safari Camp is one of the first camps to follow the migration on it's seasonal circuit.  Light enough to move every couple of months, but all the creature comforts laid on, this will become a wonderful bush home to return to after each day's adventures.  Typically, early morning and afternoon game drives will take you out in search of predator and prey, stopping to watch as nature displays in all it's glory.

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Day 4. Serengeti Safari Camp

The Serengeti is not just about the wildebeest.  Half a million zebra also migrate.  In addition you can expect to see giraffe, gazelle, hartebeest and many other herbivores.  Of the predators, lion, cheetah and hyena are the most common though you may be lucky enough to see leopard too.  Birds are fascinating too, especially the vultures and you'll no doubt make some fascinating discoveries about this area courtesy of a great guide. ...

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Day 5. Serengeti - Greystoke Mahale

Depart Ndutu Airstrip on Nomad's scheduled flight to Western Tanzania,  via both Serengeti & Katavi, arriving in Mahale after noon.  A light snack on the dhow as you head down the lake to Greystoke itself. Settle into camp, relax or loosen up with a short walk in the forest followed by sundowners looking across Lake Tanganyika to the Congo beyond.

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Day 6. Greystoke Mahale

As news comes in from the trackers, head off into the forest after a leisurely breakfast in search of your first group of chimps. As well as time spent watching the chimps as they play, groom and possibly even hunt, you should see other forest game as well as amazing birds, butterflies and plants.

Treks can be lengthy but you'll usually return to camp for lunch, a siesta or swim.  Late afternoon might see you head out for a spot of fishing or ...

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Day 7. Greystoke Mahale

You'll be able to spend time chimp trekking on each full day you're in Mahale. In addition there'll be the chance to go for deep water swims off the dhow, fish in the lake, kayak or just head up to one of the amazing waterfall pools in a quiet corner of the forest. This is a place for healthy activity and relaxation, both!

The chill-out deck of your room is perfect for an afternoon with a book or just to ponder the view of Lake Tanganyika and ...

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Day 8. Mahale - Arusha

Depart camp after breakfast for the return dhow trip to the airstrip and your onward flight from Mahale back to Arusha.

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