Takims Holidays recently had the opportunity to host a team of students from Harvard Business School in Dar es Salaam for one week as part of a required first-year course at Harvard Business School called the FIELD Global Immersion.
Poaching remains a major challenge in Tanzania, which is why we have partnered with the Frankfurt Zoological Society on a special anti-poaching initiative called the Serengeti De-Snaring Program.
Have you ever wondered why hippos yawn? Legend has it that thousands of years ago Hippos were land dwelling animals but the hot African sun meant they were subject to sunburn on their delicate pink ears. So they called a meeting with God…
Tanzania is famed for its large numbers of the famous Big Five (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo). Many of us are unaware that Tanzania is also known for the Small Five or the Little Five. Tanzania provides some great opportunities to spot these species while on safari, especially with the eagle eyes of an excellent guide.
We are delighted to inform you that from 15th June 2018, balloon safaris will be operational in the Ruaha National Park for the first time ever. Read further to find out what you can expect from a balloon safari in Tanzania.
We are excited to introduce to you a brand new luxury tented camp in the heart of the Serengeti National Park. Siringit Serengeti Camp, which opened in August 2017 is the latest addition to the central Serengeti area which is known for its magnificent year-round wildlife viewing.
Tucked away in an Eastern pocket of the Ngorongoro highlands, far from the crowds and the gaze of tourists, there exists a magical attraction, untouched by humans, and seldom visited. This is our journey to the Empakaai Crater.
Visit Tanzania's newly opened first and only Treetop Walkway, located in Lake Manyara National Park. The walkway is an excellent way for visitors to experience this groundwater forest ecosystem from a unique birds-eye view.
Lake Manyara National Park is often visited for just half a day, and famed for tree-climbing lions. Yet we often forget the great array of mammals and birdlife that co-exist in this spectacular eco-system.