There is nothing more relaxing than a tropical beach! Tanzania is blessed with a long and lovely coastline as well as several interesting islands sitting off the shore in the Indian Ocean. If you like to sail, swim, snorkel or dive or just bum around the beach we can help you find the perfect spot with long stretches of white sand and turquoises water. After an exciting wildlife safari or mountain climb there could not be a more perfect complimentary destination.

Beach destinations include:

  • Mafia Island
  • Saadani National Park
  • Pangani
  • Pemba Island
  • Zanzibar

A wildlife safari in northern Tanzania can include visits to magical places most people only dream about. Whether your budget allows for the most basic camping option or stays in ultimate luxury lodges, the wilderness and wildlife is there for all to enjoy. Legendary names such as Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Kilimanjaro spark the imagination and excite the senses.

Vast herds of plains species roam the savannahs followed by predators galore as the last great migration on the planet is in constant motion across the Serengeti eco-system. Herds of elephant, prides of lion, groups of giraffe, hyena and the immense migration of wildebeest, zebra and antelope will dazzle and delight you. Carnivores like the elusive leopard will challenge you to find them and the sunrises and sunsets will stimulate your senses. Dust or mud will add to the sense of adventure and you will know you've entered another world—the world of nature.

Our safari experts will advise you of the best options for your itinerary depending on the time of year as wildlife is driven by climate and weather. (No water–no life!) There are mountains to climb, tribes to visit, wilderness to explore and endless beautiful species of plants, animals, birds and insects to discover. We invite you to discover northern Tanzania, our home, with Soko.

Places of interest in this region include:

  • Arusha National Park
  • Kilimanjaro National Park
  • Mt Meru
  • Lake Manyara National Park
  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Tarangire National Park
  • Usambara Mountains
  • Lake Eyasi
  • Lake Natron
  • Rubondo Island National Park
  • Mahale Mountain National Park
  • Mkomazi National Park
  • Lake Victoria

There is nothing more exciting than leaving the confines of a vehicle behind and exploring the bush up close. From a partial day hike to a multi day trek escorted by Maasai warriors, wilderness walking is an adventure not to be missed.


Some prime areas for walking include:

  • Arusha National Park (slopes of Mt. Meru)
  • Lake Eyasi
  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Selous National Park
  • Ruaha National Park

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