Our experiences section focuses on Tanzania's unique activities and niche experiences. Specialist photographic safaris, the Serengeti's mobile camps, and boating safaris for example.
Tanzania is the finest country in all Safari Africa! The quality of its national parks and game reserves is simply sky high. This is Great Migration land, choc-a-bloc with wildlife. Book a trip to the Serengeti with YZ and you can be certain of being as close to the action as possible – and no more so, than if you opt to stay in the area’s mobile camps! And keen photographers will snap up the opportunity to take a special safari with famous wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas. This experience is available from late October to mid-December when the Great Migration is at its busiest and best!
The southern part of Tanzania too, specifically Ruaha National Park and the Selous Game Reserve, is worth visiting too. A stay in Ruaha is a truly wild experience and the guiding is first-rate. And the Selous is the perfect place to go if you are a keen boater, as this reserve is a hot contender for providing the best boating safaris in all Africa! The Selous combines beautifully with Ruaha or any other savanna region of Tanzania – just contact us for more details!
The Great Wildebeest Migration
Choosing your camp and understanding the herds’ movements is critical to making the most of a trip to experience the Great Migration.
Serengeti Photographic Safaris
Yellow Zebra Safaris have teamed up with WildlifePhoto.com, run by famous wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas, to provide superb photographic ‘Great Migration and Big Cat safaris’ in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.
Selous Game Reserve Boating Safaris
One of the most striking feature of Tanzania's Selous Game Reserve is the wide Rufiji River, which winds its way more than 250km through the Selous and on towards the sea. A major advantage is that you can explore the area by boat!
Mahale Mountains Chimpanzee Trekking
Mahale Mountains is a breathtakingly beautiful part of the world, with thousands of kilometers of jungle-clad mountains rising to peaks as high as 2,400 meters! What makes it even better is that it is also home to the Mahale chimpanzees.