Chameleon Tours :: Tanzania Wildlife
  • Main_slider_t-slider-01
  • Main_slider_t-slider-02
  • Main_slider_t-slider-03

tanzania wildlife

Tanzania offers fabulous wildlife experience with a huge amount of land devoted to conservation in the National Park’s network. The Northern circuit is well traveled the Ngorongoro Crater and the magic of the Serengeti justify their popularity. There are still many areas of the Serengeti to get away from it all and for those who really want to escape there is the wilds of the Selous and Ruaha in the South.

The country is rich culturally with a diverse array of colourful tribes, foremost amongst them are the Masai in the northern regions. The gorgeous coastline and charms of exotic Zanzibar offer a fitting end to any safari.


A Few of Our Favourite Accommodation options

  • Acc_option_sand-rivers-fav-accom
    Soak up the atmosphere

    The renowned Nomad lodge is located on the banks of the Rufiji River, enjoying a privileged position, hidden in Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuary.  

  • Acc_option_gibbs-farm-fav-accom
    A Sanctuary for the Senses

    Located in Karatu, nearby the Ngorongoro Crater, Gibb’s Farm combines the authenticity and simplicity of the traditional farm homestay and the comfort of a stylish hideway.  

  • Acc_option_sayari-fav-accom
    Stylish and elegant

    Intimate, stylish and elegant, Sayari Camp is set in Northern Serengeti close to the Mara river with dramatic views out across the plains and its unique annual migration.  

  • Acc_option_greystoke-mahala-fav-accom
    Possibly one of the most unique camps in the world

    The remote Mahale mountains hosts one of the largest remaining population of chimpanzees. Greystoke Mahale sits on a pristine, white sandy beach overlooking the turquoise water of Lake Tanganyika.  

  • Acc_option_olivers-camp-fav-accom
    Back-to-basics luxury

    This renowned camp has nine stylish tents settled in what is no doubt the most spectacular location in the South of Tarangire National Park.  


With such a perfect Location, perched on the edge of the African continent, and facing the Indian Ocean, Tanzania’s weather and climate leaves everything to be desired. Warm and sunny days are followed by cool and balmy nights, and whether you’re on a safari on the Serengeti plains or enjoying the tropical beaches of Zanzibar, the temperatures are always welcoming and gentle. 

But sun-filled and beautiful days are not all that Tanzania has to offer. On the contrary, the country’s borders hold a vast number of people and tribes whose varied cultures and traditions make up the rich tapestry that is the Tanzanian culture. 

Safari / tanzania wildlife PACKAGES
  • © Kirurumu Under Canvas

The Magic of Tanzania

A 6 night 7 day Tanzanian safari adventure offering some of the best wildlife sporting opportunities, visiting the most famous parks such as the land of the giants, the mighty Serengeti, and the picturesque pink soda lakes.

view more

  • © Serengeti Safari Camp

The Serengeti Selous Safari

Experience the best of the Serengeti migration on the southern grass plains followed by the remote and wild northern Serengeti; then head over to the Selous for big mammals and river life. The Serengeti is a year round destination. 

view more

  • © Plantation Lodge

The Ultimate Tanzania Nomads

Combine a fleeting visit to the Ngorongoro Crater, a small traditional tented camp close to the wildebeest migration on the southern Serengeti plains with the iconic Lamai Serengeti, built amongst a rock kopje, close to the Mara River at a time when there are few people but loads of resident game (including the big 5), dramatic scenery and great birdlife.

view more

What’s hot