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Tanzania
The most incredible of all natural spectacles, the Great Migration, takes place in northern Tanzania, home to Africa’s most iconic landscapes. The south is wild, a safari for the adventurous and in the west, chimps play on the mountainous shores of Lake Tanganyika.
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The Wild South
Journeysmiths are happiest where the wild things are. And in Tanzania, that’s in the remote south. Chimpanzee flourish in the Mahale Mountains, on the shore of Lake Tanganyika, while the vast Selous, Ruaha, and Katavi reserves are little visited, but exceptionally rich in game.
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Follow the migration
Picture, if you can a million wildebeest on the move. They are accompanied by several hundred thousand Thomson’s gazelle and zebra, and in their wake come big cats and other predators, ready to pounce. The great migration is most impressive wildlife spectacle on Earth.
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Natural wonders
Sooner or later, Tanzania’s natural wonders are going to make you exclaim, “Wow!” From the 10 mile wide Ngorongoro Crater to the snow capped peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro and the forest clad slopes of the Mahale Mountains, which run down to Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania is deserving of superlatives.
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Primates & Big 5
If primates are your thing - and let’s face it, who doesn’t want to meet the relatives in the wild? - Journeysmiths can help you pair gorilla tracking in Rwanda with spotting chimpanzee and the Big Five in Tanzania.
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Private Guides Tanzania
On a private safari in northern Tanzania, you call the shots. On every game drive you will have your own expert guide and four wheel drive vehicle, so you can go wherever the mood takes you, pursuing potential sightings wherever they might lead.