While a wildlife safari is usually at the core of any Tanzania vacation, there are many other activities to include in your trip itinerary. Need to unwind and relax? Enjoy a few days at the beach or a spa treatment at your safari lodge. Maybe a little physical challenge? There’s always Mount Kilimanjaro, either a day hike or attempt a summit. Interested in history and culture? Consider a side trip to Olduvai Gorge or a visit to a Maasai boma. Prefer a bit more luxury? Fine dining and great wines await you at many of Tanzania’s best restaurants. Peruse the activities listed here for more ideas. Let us know what your interests are by completing your Traveler Profile Survey and we’ll get to work on creating the perfect Tanzanian travel experience for you!
Get a view into the day-to-day lives of some of Tanzania’s most interesting ethnic groups. Tag along on a morning hunt with the Hadzabe, visit a Maasai boma, or enjoy a bit of the local brew with the Chagga.
Not ready for a full attempt to summit Kili? Enjoy just a taste of this majestic mountain with a guided day hike.
Stretch your legs and view wildlife from an entirely different perspective with a walking safari.
Watch the sun rise over the Serengeti with breathtaking views from the air of wildlife below, followed by a champagne breakfast.
Get a peek into the nightlife of wildlife. A great enhancement to your safari experience if your itinerary includes Lake Manyara, Tarangire, or Serengeti.
Known as the “cradle of mankind,” Olduvai Gorge is located between Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti. One of Africa’s best known archeological sites, Olduvai is where Mary Leakey discovered a 1.8-million-year-old skull, often referred to as “Nutcracker Man.”