11 Days & 10 Nights | Tanzania

Nyerere National Park, Ruaha National Park & Zanzibar



Honeymooners – Highly romantic accommodation in beautiful landscapes

Photographers – Picturesque wilderness areas without the crowds

Families – Family-friendly accommodation means children are welcome


Game drives

Night drives

Nature walks




Seasonal catch-and-release fishing

Cultural tours

Scuba diving (extra cost)


High Season:  July to October

Green Season:  November to June


Want an exceptional safari without the crowds? Want to be pampered in discerning accommodation while still feeling like you can kick off your shoes? This inspiring itinerary fuses the best of the southern reserves with one of Zanzibar’s premier beach lodges. The accommodation throughout is superbly designed with family units that make travelling with younger children a breeze.

Beginning in the near-mythical port of Dar es Salaam, you fly to Nyerere National Park – Africa’s biggest conservation area for three nights of interesting game viewing. Then it’s onto Ruaha, a smaller national park also in western Tanzania that holds its own surprises. Finally, swap the safari dust for soft beach sand on the Spice Island of Zanzibar at a high-end resort.


My love of Tanzania started with a spontaneous trip to Zanzibar where I was thrilled by the history, culture, beaches and unmistakably spiced air. Next I scaled Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest point and the world’s largest free-standing mountain. The south is under-explored and I’ve been lucky enough to travel through Ruaha and Nyerere, and do conservation work in the Usanga wetlands. The ultimate Tanzanian bucket-list item is definitely trekking chimpanzees on Rubondu Island!



10 Nights / 11 Days


Nyerere National Park, Tanzania

Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

Zanzibar, Tanzania


Take off from the historical coastal port of Dar es Salaam and touch down in Nyerere National Park (once known as Selous but renamed after the first president of Tanzania). You’ll land at either Mbuyu or Siwandu Airstrips before being transferred to Roho ya Selous for three nights.

Nyerere is Africa’s largest national park and is home to a huge number of animals. Because it is so large, vehicles are dispersed and you may have sightings all to yourselves, especially in green season.

Why we love Roho ya Selous:

  • A family tent so children can stay with parents
  • Specially cooled bed for late dry season’s heat
  • Chance to see world’s biggest wild dog population
  • Base from which to explore Tanzania’s largest park

Today you fly to Ruaha National Park which, while smaller than Nyerere, still packs a punch. It’s estimated that a tenth of the world’s lions live here along with myriad other wildlife. Home from home is Jabali Ridge, an awe-inspiring lodge overlooking the Mwagusi River.

You and your guide will explore everything from the Ikuka Falls to colossal baobabs; go out looking for wild dogs and inscrutable herds of buffalo. Night drives and guided walking safaris are also available.

Why we love Jabali Ridge:

  • Modified game-drive vehicle for photographers
  • Afternoons in the elevated infinity-edge pool
  • Unique design among the boulders of Ikuka
  • Calming spa for restorative massages

Baraza means ‘meeting place’  in Swahili, appropriate for Baraza Resort and Spa where earth meets sea and relaxation meets style. Arriving from the airport, you’ll be ushered to your very spacious villa on powdery Bewjuu-Paje Beach.

There’s so much to do here, including a variety of high- and low-tide water sports. The spa houses a gym, pool and yoga room if you want to stay in shape. Head out to Stone Town and Jozani Forest to see more of Zanzibar.

Why we love Baraza Resort and Spa:

  • Enormous villas each with private plunge pools
  • Several restaurants and bars to choose from
  • Right on the beach and set in 50 tropical gardens
  • Tennis courts, yoga, live music and a spa


  • All activities specified
  • All transfers specified
  • All meals, drinks and sundowners specified
  • Laundry if specified


  • International flights
  • Items from the safari shop
  • Pre- and post-itinerary accommodation
  • Visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Medical insurance, tests and vaccinations where stipulated
  • Tips / gratuities

* Subject to change. Your personal consultant will confirm all the details with you while helping you plan your safari to Africa so you have a full understanding of costs with no surprises.


This itinerary is here to inspire you and prices may change due to availability, season and the year that you plan to travel.


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  • The most competitive and flexible rates

  • We offer personalised and customised experiences

  • Our consultants specialise in different safari-experiences
  • We have over 10 years’ experience in the travel industry

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