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Escapa.com great migration safari

New luxury tour operator escapa.com is encouraging travellers to book and travel now for the chance to witness the great migration, one of the nature’s greatest spectacles, in a most magnificent, setting - the vast open plains of Tanzania’s glorious Serengeti National Park.

Out to Africa

Out to Africa

What is it about Africa that entices travellers to head to this fantastic, enlightening, surprising and intriguing continent?

Go wild this Christmas with The Selous Safari Company

Go wild this Christmas with The Selous Safari Company

Get away from the cold winter weather this Christmas and New Year and embark on an adventure-of-a-lifetime with The Selous Safari Company in Tanzania.

Go2Tanzania offers savings on safaris in Tanzania

Go2Tanzania offers savings on safaris in Tanzania

The very idea of safari conjures up all sorts of magical thoughts. We understand that for most a safari is a once is a lifetime adventure evoking great excitement and expectation.

Discover a hidden secret on the Tanzanian coast

Discover a hidden secret on the Tanzanian coast

Set amid long stretches of unspoilt deserted beach, a fresh water lagoon and overlooking the Indian Ocean is Ras Kutani, a 15-room boutique beach retreat on the relatively undiscovered eastern Tanzanian coastline, located 35km south of Dar es Salaam.

Take a walk on the wild side in Tanzania

Take a walk on the wild side in Tanzania

For the epitome of great game viewing in Tanzania, there’s nothing like the thrill of a guided walking safari.

New travel portal to promote Zanzibar on the web

New travel portal to promote Zanzibar on the web

The new zanzibar-islands.com online portal has been launched creating a gateway to Zanzibar for individualist travellers seeking a tropical, tranquil holiday – perhaps following Kilimanjaro trekking or a safari on the Tanzania mainland.

Opulent Selous safari and Zanzibar

Opulent Selous safari and Zanzibar

Specialist Tanzania is the UK’s only tour operator offering an exclusive stay at the brand new boutique eco lodge – Mivumo River Lodge, – combined with two nights at the Zanzibar Serena Inn in the capital, Stone Town (with a saving of up to £580 pp off the regular price).

Wildlife holiday offers for tantalising Tanzania

Wildlife holiday offers for tantalising Tanzania

Twice the size of neighbouring Kenya and with a lower population density, Tanzania is a paradise for nature lovers.

A first for Kempinski in Zanzibar

Located in Kiwengwa, on the prestigious North East coast of Zanzibar, Zamani Zanzibar Kempinski will relaunch in early 2011 as Zamani Retreat Kempinski - Africa's first holistic health retreat, and a first for Kempinski.

African safaris that won't break the bank

African safaris that won't break the bank

With all of us working harder for less in these stringent times, why not do something exceptional with your time off?

‘Safari & Spice’ for half the price in Tanzania

‘Safari & Spice’ for half the price in Tanzania

Couples wanting that perfect bush n beach honeymoon, or just a wildly romantic break, won't want to miss out on this fantastic "spouses package" just announced by Serena in the largely undiscovered Selous - Africa's largest game reserve.

Honeymoon adventures in Tanzania

Honeymoon adventures in Tanzania

For the ultimate in romance and adventure, journey to Tanzania and discover all that this amazingly diverse East African country has to offer from outstanding scenery and inspiring landscapes to exciting wildlife and breathtaking beaches.

A relaxing safari experience in Tanzania

A relaxing safari experience in Tanzania

For the more mature guest and those who want to take their safari at a gentle pace but not miss out on any animal action, a stay with The Selous Safari Company (selous.com) in Tanzania will not disappoint.

Be a happy camper & catch the annual migration

Be a happy camper & catch the annual migration

Known as the “Seventh Wonder Of The World,” the annual migration has always been a wildlife high for safari-goers, but according to Acacia Africa, this year it’s going to be a sell-out event.