Why going off the beaten path in Tanzania? Well, first it is one of the biggest privileges in our lifes to experience some of the last remaining wild areas in Africa and on this planet for ourselves. Many guests report that it is very pleasant when you meet your first lion, to not do it with 20 other cars as in Ngorongoro or Serengeti.
For others going off the beaten path means having encounters with native people not already consumed by the mechanisms of mass tourism. In short: going off the beaten path is to get in touch with you inner wild side while seeing and feeling the real Africa!
Where to go off the beaten path in Tanzania?
Ready to go wild? Here goes: walk with donkeys from Ngorongoro to Lake Natron, a thrilling journey into masaai heartland; explore Selous Game Reserve. The vast territory is wildly beautiful and game-wise, very rewarding. Fly to remote Katavi national park and see some of the largest herds of buffalo or a swamp completely overcrowded with hindreds of hippos. And that is not all, discover small islands like Mafia or Pemba in the Indian Ocean, go to unexplored mountain ridges like the Usambara Mountains or pay a visit to the less famous National Parks like Saadani, the only Tanzanian National Park that borders the ocean.
For more ideas contact our local experts who can show you every nook and cranny of this awesome country.