Tanzania is where MTT’s love affair with Africa began some 20 years ago, so it continues to keep its place as an MTT favourite. True, Tanzania’s northern safari circuit is very busy, but it is a huge tourist draw with good reason. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Serengeti National Park are UNESCO World Heritage sites.
You will see a great deal of wildlife which makes Tanzania an excellent choice for first-ever and family safaris. And there are ways to manage the press of visitors in Northern Tanzania if you know where to go and where to stay and are willing to pay for more intimately-sized camps in more remote areas.
MTT Tanzania bespoke safaris focus on diversity of accommodations and activities, and the correct balance between remaining on the well-trodden safari route in order to experience the highlights and the route less trammeled in order to find privacy and uniqueness. If you truly want to get away from the crowds, then try Tanzania’s southern and western safari circuits, the Selous Game Reserve, and Ruaha and Katavi National Parks.