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Whether you’re stepping back in time in Zanzibar’s Stone Town, following the vast wildebeest migration across the Serengeti, or standing beside the Ngorongoro Crater - you’ll love the truly ‘big’ game experience that is Tanzania.

If you want to actually track the wildebeest migration, it has to be in Tanzania. If you want to see lush forests and verdant vegetation, you should visit the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

And if you want a different game experience, you want to be in the cool, swampy areas of the Tanangire, where herds of elephants up to 200-strong come down to bathe and play.

Or the game parks of Katavi where you’ll find serious numbers of crocs and hippos – some of them in pods of up to five hundred individuals. And Selous for the boat trips and birding.

Ask Tanzania expert Lydia Craig for a tailor-made itinerary and take a good pair of binoculars each. You’ll need them if you join a mobile camp that closely follows all the action of the great migration across the Serengeti, or takes you chimpanzee trekking around Lake Tanganyika.

And you won’t want to miss the wall of pink flamingos that skim the surface of Manyara, the country’s biggest soda lake, or the area’s famous tree-climbing lions.

Talk to Lydia about a ‘big’ game, tailor-made holiday in Tanzania.

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