If you are interested in reaching some of the last remaining untouched and little visited parts of the world, to feel the privilege of experiencing incredible wildlife, rather than following the crowds to the more common destinations found in the north of Tanzania and Kenya, then Africa 2000 Tours  with our specialized Tanzanian friends are the answer to your prayers.

Described by Travel Africa and Africa Geographic magazines as “Africa’s best

kept secret”. This is for the connoisseur Africa traveler or those people who like to visit the most remote places to experience the best wildlife  away from the crowds.

Off the beaten track:

Africa 2000 Tours specialize in ‘ remote destinations away from the crowds and mass tourism circuits which are found in the north of Tanzania and in Kenya.  The Southern Circuit is visited by about 150,000 people per year while less than 1000 people reach Katavi and you will feel very privileged when you look through the visitor book to see who was the last person to come. So you can experience the highest concentration of game in Tanzania and share it with the lowest number of people! If you have the time and resources SOUTHERN TANZANIA is a ’must see’ safari destination.

Ruaha National Park, Katavi National Park, and Mikumi National Park, are three of the four largest National Parks in Tanzania and certainly the wildest. Add to this trekking in the unique Udzungwa Mountain National Park, and you have a unique and exciting itinerary. You can’t get much more remote than these National Parks! Not to mention Lazy Lagoon Island in the Indian Ocean & Zanzibar channel offshore from Bagamoyo slave town, for its swimming at all tides, snorkeling and 9km uninterrupted beaches.  The Highland Fishing Lodge in the Southern Highlands, adding activities and culture.  And the

Visitors flock to Tanzania to witness the epic annual Great Migration pass through the legendary Serengeti – a massive spectacle with wildebeest herds so large they can be seen from space.

Encorporate the migration with the less tourist Southern Circuit and you have a safari of a life time.  Ending on a white sandy beach on Zanzibar Island,   –  The neighbouring Ngorongoro Conservation Area is home to an extraordinary selection of predators. Further south, Ruaha National Park and Selous Game Reserve offer wild, off-the-beaten track game viewing in a spectacular setting,  ,  add to this the exotic island of Zanzibar and its palm-fringed beaches, Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest mountain – and Chimpanzee trekking in Mahale on the jungle-clad shores of Lake Victoria and you have one of the most beautiful, vibrant and diverse countries in Africa.

Photo Credits: Asilia, Fox Safaris, Gillian & Graham Maskell