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Tanzania for families
 
The Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater are truly spectacular settings filled with great herds and big cats. We take you far from the crowds and minibuses with your own private guide, staying in exclusive accommodation. Families with older teenagers will love the wildly remote Selous, Ruaha and Mahale, where you can walk, canoe and even track chimpanzees. Round it off on exotic Zanzibar.
Your family can track the Great Migration as it moves across the immense Serengeti plains. You can even have your own luxury mobile camp! See big cats, fearsome crocodiles and almost every African animal you can imagine with your own private guide. Spend time with remote tribal communities like the Hadzabe. Stay in the fairytale like accommodation of Ngorongoro Crater Lodge perched on the rim of the ten mile wide crater and then explore the Rift Valley and beautiful Tarangire where 3,000 elephant migrate during the summer school holidays.

Older children will relish the adventure of flying into Southern Tanzania’s enormous remote reserves. You can walk, canoe and fly camp with amazing guides surrounded by wildlife and the vastness of Africa. Track chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains before cooling off with a swim in Lake Tanganyika. It combines wonderfully with a remote Mozambican island or Zanzibar.
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