In this extract from Beastly Journeys, Jonathan Scott recalls his time spent living alongside a pack of African wild dogs in the Serengeti.
Find out more about the Maasai, one of Africa’s most famous pastoral tribes.
It’s not just wildlife fanatics who love Tanzania – there’s plenty to occupy beach lovers and culture vultures, too.
The annual migration of millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle across Tanzania’s Serengeti Plains is the greatest wildlife spectacle of its type in Africa.
Abandoned cities, crumbling stelaes, slave trade relicts – Africa really does have some remarkable ruins.
There’s more to a holiday in Zanzibar than simply lazing on its pristine beaches. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss on your trip.
Overnighting in Dar es Salaam or Arusha before starting your safari? Here’s our pick of what to see and do in Tanzania’s gateway cities.
Tanzania is the ultimate safari destination, with dozens upon dozens of national parks teeming with magnificent wildlife, birds and hiking opportunities.
A labyrinth of twisting streets and alleys, Zanzibar’s Stone Town is a stroller’s paradise.
Tanzania is truly a country of highlights, from unrivalled game-viewing to relaxing on the Indian Ocean coastline.