Explore Africa with the Best Tour Operator in Tanzania

Are you a travel lover who is always looking forward to visiting new destinations? Do you have a long-standing wish to visit Africa? Start with Tanzania, where you will be welcomed by the natural beauty and wilderness.

Collaborate With the Best Tour Operator in Tanzania:

If you are searching for a reliable guide in the form of a tour operator, contact East Africa Luxury Travel & Events. We are regarded as one of the best tour operators in Tanzania. Our team comprises experienced travel operators who have worked in this field for years. They can guide you to the vast expanse of the Serengeti National Park, show you the snowy peaks of Mt Kilimanjaro, and give you a great experience by the wide Lakes. Being a best tour operator in Tanzania we provide premium tour packages.

Curated Packages at A Budget Price:

At East Africa Luxury Travel & Events, you can get customised packages from our best tour operator. Whether you need assistance preparing your visa or booking the return flights, we have your back. We can offer you a variety of travel packages across Tanzania. You can choose one that matches your time and cost restraints.

If you have any queries regarding travelling, booking and other issues. You can always get in touch with us.

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Bwindi’s impenetrable forest is a renowned refuge for endangered mountain gorillas. It is said to be Africa’s oldest rainforest and world-renowned for its excellent gorilla-sighting opportunities – the forest is home to half of the remaining mountain gorillas on Earth. This gorilla experience takes place among a rugged landscape of dense jungle, cascading waterfalls, sparkling mountain streams, deep valleys, and steep ridges, it is the most popular destination for gorilla trekking. Visitors to Bwindi must hike through dense forests and navigate steep slopes to reach their assigned gorilla family. The challenging hike is well worth the effort, as the experience of spending time with the gorillas is truly unforgettable. The Bwindi Forest is also home to a wide variety of other animals and birds, making it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. A visit to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is an unforgettable and rewarding experience.

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The park is regarded as the Primate capital of the world because it is home to 13 different species of primates. Being the best place in the world to track chimpanzees, Kibale is indeed a primate paradise hosting almost 1500 chimpanzees in Uganda. Kibale is also home to the uncommon L’Hoest’s monkeys, East Africa’s biggest population of the endangered red colobus monkeys, the black & white colobus, red-tailed monkeys, blue monkeys, olive baboons, grey-cheeked mangabeys, bush babies as well as potto among many others.
There are a number of other wildlife in Kibale National Park that consist of buffaloes, leopards, bush pigs, elephants, and duikers.

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Muhinga National Park is Uganda’s smallest national park and is located in the southwestern corner of Uganda. The park is bordered by the Virunga National Park of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Volcanoes National Park of Rwanda. This is where the world’s critically endangered mountain gorillas are found and it happens to be part of the Virunga massif where more than 480 mountain gorillas park known to be living. it’s also an important habitat for the endangered golden Monkey. The national park has cultural significance, in particular for the indigenous Batwa pygmies. The tribe of hunter-gatherers was the forest’s first people. Mgahinga has got the most striking features and its conical, extinct volcanoes that are part of the spectacular Virunga Range which lies along the border region of Uganda, Congo, and Rwanda.

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Murchison Falls is Uganda’s largest and oldest conservation area. The park is bisected by the Victoria Nile, which plunges 40 meters over the remnant rift valley wall, creating the dramatic Murchison Falls, the centerpiece of the park and the final event in an 80km stretch of rapids. The park is well known for its most powerful waterfall in the world. Every second, the equivalent of 200 bathtubs full of water is forced through a gorge less than seven paces wide. The pressure is so great that the ground trembles around it. There are around 75 species of mammals that include lion, leopard, giraffe, elephant, waterbuck, hartebeest, buffalo, hippopotamus, and chimpanzee. There are about 800 chimpanzees living across the national park boundaries. The Park is also a haven for bird watchers with over 450 species of birds that nest or migrate through the park.  The Goliath Heron is a nice treat to see since it is the largest heron in the world.  Many of the species are waterfowl. A boat ride along the Nile River to the foot of Murchison Falls is a rewarding experience for nature lovers, as the northern bank teems with a variety of mammals, birds, and reptiles. Guided nature walks along both the north and south banks are another refreshing activity.

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The National Park is found in western Uganda and still stands as Uganda’s most popular savannah park. From the tree-climbing lions to the schools of hippos along the Kazinga channel. The park is home to 95 mammal species and is known for its abundant wildlife, including African elephant, African buffalo, Ugandan Kob, hippopotamus, Topi, waterbuck, warthog, giant forest hog, Nile crocodile, leopard, spotted hyena, chimpanzee, and lion. The national park is also home to 618 bird species which is the 6th highest diversity in the world and the highest in Africa making it a perfect destination for Uganda Birding Safaris.

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The Park sprawls across the floor of the Semuliki Valley on the remote, western side of the Rwenzori. The Park is dominated by the easternmost extension of the great Ituri Forest of the Congo Basin making the park to be one of Africa’s most ancient and bio-diverse forests. Semuliki Valley also contains numerous features associated with central rather than eastern Africa making it to be the only park in Uganda that perfectly combines the ecosystems of Eastern Africa with those of Central Africa. This park provides shelter for 120 mammals, including several primate species such as baboons and chimpanzees, as well as elephants and antelopes. There are around 350 species of birds hosted in this forest, including 23 Albertine Rift endemics.

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The park is Uganda’s smallest savanna national park and is located in the southern Ankole region halfway between Bwindi and Entebbe/Kampala. The park overall has a wide variety of African wildlife. It includes more than 68 mammal species featuring the standard animal species such as the zebra, hippopotamus, Impala, Warthog, African buffalo, Topi, eland, bushbuck, warthog, leopard, hyena, and jackal. There are no elephants or lions in the park, making it a perfect place for walking safaris.  Lake Mburo National Park is the best spot in Uganda to see the leopard, especially during night game drives and safaris. The park has over 300 bird species that include the rare shoebill stork, papyrus yellow warbler, African finfoot, saddle billed stork, brown chested wattled plover, Carruthers cisticola, Tabora cisticola, great snipe, Abyssinian ground hornbill, African fish eagle, saddle billed stork, and white-winged warbler. 

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The Selous Game Reserve stands as the largest safeguarded wildlife area across the African continent, covering a sprawling expanse of 54,600 square kilometers. This expansive terrain encompasses a diverse wilderness featuring forests, grassy plains, mountains, and open woodlands. The reserve’s name honors Frederick Selous Courtney, a notable hunter and explorer. Established in 1922, it achieved UNESCO World Heritage status in 1982 due to its abundant wildlife and untouched natural environment.

Positioned in the southern part of Tanzania, along the southern route of the Tanzanian safari circuit, the Selous Game Reserve offers a distinct escape from the bustling tourist crowds commonly found in the northern safari destinations like Serengeti. Instead, it presents an extraordinary wildlife encounter.

River Rufiji, the country’s largest river, courses through the heart of the Selous Game Reserve, creating an intricate network of swamps, channels, and lakes that shape a truly unique ecological system. The reserve is divided into two primary sections by this river: the northern and southern Selous.

The Northern Selous, which makes up only about 5% of the reserve’s total area, has been designated exclusively for photographic safaris, with hunting strictly prohibited. On the other hand, the southern Selous is divided into several hunting blocks, each covering approximately 1,000 square kilometers. However, it’s crucial to emphasize that we neither operate nor support wildlife hunting activities.

Within this national reserve, you’ll find a diverse array of mammal species and over 455 bird species. Among the unique inhabitants are puku antelopes, African wild dogs, and sable antelopes. Notably, the Selous was once home to a substantial elephant population, but due to rampant poaching, their numbers have significantly dwindled.

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Mikumi National Park stands as Tanzania’s fourth-largest national park and holds the distinction of being the most accessible from Dar es Salaam. This makes it an ideal safari destination, particularly for those with limited time available. Even a two-day visit or more allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of Mikumi National Park. Ever since a highway was established, linking the park to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s busiest and largest city, Mikumi National Park has gained significant attention as a tourism hotspot within the country.
Within the heart of the park, a diverse array of wildlife is easily observable, perfectly suited for captivating game drives.

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Gombe Stream National Park is situated along the western boundary of Tanzania and the Congo. Established in 1968, it stands as one of Tanzania’s smallest national parks, encompassing a protected area of merely 35 square kilometers nestled among the hills on the eastern edge of Lake Tanganyika. Renowned for its off-the-beaten-path chimpanzee encounters, this park is an attraction of choice for those seeking a unique experience.

The Gombe Stream National Park is renowned as the site where Jane Goodall conducted pioneering research on chimpanzee populations. Her study unveiled the intellectual and emotional complexities of chimpanzees. Creating a research station in Gombe, she sought insights into our closest relatives’ behavior. Her dedicated tracking of chimpanzee troops, especially the Kasekela community, led to her gradual acceptance by one group, providing rare and intimate insights into their society.
In 1967, the Gombe Stream Research Center (GSRC) was established to coordinate ongoing chimpanzee research within the park. Mainly run by trained Tanzanians, GSRC has engaged in the longest-standing field study of an animal species in their natural habitat.
Gombe’s remarkable biodiversity has fueled its growing popularity as a tourist destination. In addition to chimpanzees, the park is home to various primates such as beachcomber olive baboons, red colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, blue monkeys, and vervet monkeys. Notably, red-tailed monkeys and blue monkeys interbreed within this region. With over 200 bird species and even bushpigs, Gombe boasts a diverse range of inhabitants.

Why Choose Us?

A good travel agency can offer you a smooth, hassle-free travel experience. This will help you to create more memories throughout the African safari. By contacting us, you can get all kinds of help for a quality travel experience. We offer the following things:

  • Experienced Guides: Our professional guides have considerable experience in arranging unforgettable trips around Tanzania. The guides prioritise safety while taking the travellers to different spots.
  • Constant Communication: We stay connected with our team to provide our clients with the best travelling experience. You can always talk to us regarding hotel booking, flights and passport visa-related issues.
  • Customised Packages: Our service provider is known for customising tour packages according to the client’s requirements.
  • Local Community Support: We are regarded as one of the best tour operators in Tanzania for supporting the cause of local community development.