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.
Reaching 5,895 meters, Mount Kilimanjaro boasts a snow-capped peak that rises dramatically above the northeastern Tanzanian skyline. The mountain attracts more than 25,000 hopeful trekkers a year, partly because it has a summit that almost anyone can conquer.
Fanjove Private Island. Stay at Fanjove Private Island, a retreat on the Swahili Coast of the Indian Ocean in Tanzania just south of Zanzibar.