Tanzania is a vast country that is blessed with abundant wildlife. The most notable is the Serengeti,which attracts large crowds, as does the often visited Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park.
However, journey just a little further off the beaten track and discover wildlife all to yourself in the remote western sector of the Katavi National Park, which boasts some of the largest herds of buffalo and hippo pods in Africa. Often a safari to these gleaming grasslands is the reserve of seasoned safari travellers; it should not be so, and we encourage you to consider this unique area befitting a visit from all those seeking an authentic, exclusive safari.
The magic of disconnecting from our frenetic world, walking in the wilds and observing elephants drinking or seeking out shy sable antelopes is communing with nature at its best. Couple this with the thrill and exhilaration of trekking with wild chimpanzees in the forests of the Mahale Mountains National Park and it becomes the trip of a lifetime. Set on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, Greystoke Mahale is the remotest national park in Tanzania and is an ideal place to reflect on life, labour and the need to conserve our natural world and wildlife
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