Some of the most remote and exciting areas of wilderness in Tanzania are not protected as National Parks. These areas fall under a variety of conservation categories, such as game reserves, wildlife management areas and village lands. Many of these areas tend to have limited tourist infrastructure, and therefore see little tourism traffic. In the past few years, some of these areas have been opened up by high end tourism operators as private concessions, and are developed for discerning travellers as superb safari destinations that have the distinction of allowing a much greater freedom of activity.
Due to the freedom we enjoy, when operating outside of the parks, we tend to include visits to such areas in many of our safaris, to enjoy the ability to walk and drive off road, partake in night game drives and in some places even boat safaris.
We work in a host of wildlife management areas and village lands in which we conduct camping safaris and enjoy an adventurous type of safari; those include Enduiment and Rendilen Wildlife management areas, where we enjoy both wildlife and Maasai cultural encounters and Yaeda Chini conservation area, the home of the last traditional Hadzabe hunter gatherers.
Some of our favorite concessions, offering not only great activities and wildlife but also superb accommodation and service, include Mwiba Reserve, Singita Grumeti Reserves, Manyara Ranch and the Chem chem Conservancy.