A focus on: The Blue Train
By Sukie Chapman
15 December 2017
As luxury train rides go, it would be misguided to not consider South Africa's The Blue Train amongst the very best.Read more
Exotic and enchanting, the Republic of Tanzania is truly a jewel in Africa's crown. Despite possessing some of the continent's most alluring and famous destinations including the idyllic archipelago of Zanzibar, majestic Mount Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti, travelling in Tanzania offers a largely unspoilt and authentic experience. Political stability and a genuinely welcoming and friendly population also ensure that Tanzania is one of the safest and most pleasureable African countries for visitors whether they're exploring for the first time or returning to enjoy more of Tanzania's abundant treasures.
From its exhilarating former capital city Dar es Salaam ('home of peace'), once a fishing village and now a bustling centre of commerce, culture and entertainment, to the peace and natural splendour of the Selous Game Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to some of the highest populations of wild animals in Africa, Tanzania is a destination that will delight every traveller.
When you join Great Rail Journeys on an escorted rail tour in Tanzania you can rest assured that you'll be travelling in style, comfort and safety.
Accompanied by our friendly and knowledgeable Tour Managers who are on hand to assist with any questions or requirements you'll enjoy a varied and exciting itinerary which not only includes the very best of Tanzania's sights, experiences and attractions but also incorporates plenty of free time, allowing you to explore at your leisure.
Travelling through some of Africa's most spectacular scenery by train, and staying in accommodation of the highest standards, your travels in Tanzania will fund a lifetime of happy memories.
Explore the magniﬁcent attractions spanning Africa on this incredible adventure aboard the luxurious, 5-Star Pride of Africa train. Journey across lush wildernesses and dusty desert plains, taking in natural wonders, rare creatures and spending time in cosmopolitan cities.… see more
22 days from £17,390 ppView tour details >
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