Since 1981, we’ve brought more than 25,000 guests to the country we consider home.
We could list thousands of reasons. In honor of our anniversary,we're presenting the top 35. Come explore with us.
Tanzania is truly unrivaled in the breadth and depth of the animals that call it home. Witness the wildlife.
The male lion intently surveys his surroundings to protect his pride. In the Serengeti, anything can happen in a moment's notice.
Here, the models are "twiga," Swahili for giraffes, and the runway is a grassy path that never ends.
Tanzania is one of the last places on earth you can spot black rhinos, lions, leopards, African buffalo, and elephants in one day.
And you're sitting just 20 feet away.
Just a canvas wall separates you from the wild. In Thomson's exclusive Nyumba camps, you’re not visiting the Serengeti. You're living it.
A striking reminder that you’re a guest in his home.
The world's tallest freestanding mountain; the Roof of Africa. Whatever you choose to call it, Mount Kilimanjaro is a destination you need to see for yourself. Start your climb.
Trekkers are taking their first steps toward Uhuru Peak.
When your destination is 19,341 feet in the air.
The glaciers of Mount Kilimanjaro are some of nature’s most stunning anomalies. Scientists estimate that in just 15 years, they could disappear.
With Thomson’s higher quality amenities, you can focus less on logistics and more on moments like this during your climb.
Slow and steady wins the race on Mount Kilimanjaro. What do you win? A sense of empowerment. Accomplishment. And a view from the Roof of Africa.
Occurring predominantly in Tanzania, the Great Migration is one of the world's greatest natural marvels. Join the herd.
It's an endless cycle of millions of wildebeest, gazelles, and zebras circling through the Serengeti ecosystem.
Thomson's custom-designed Land Rovers are complete with pop-up roofs, comfortable seating, and zero mileage restrictions.
The iconic river crossing occurs in the months of the Great Migration when the herds' hunger outstrips their fear of the dangerous, croc-infested waters.
Thomson's camps move seasonally to follow the action, so you always have a front row seat to the best wildlife sightings.
There are more than 120 different cultural groups living in harmony in Tanzania. Everyone you meet has a captivating story to tell. Meet the people.
Wind bends the grass in his path, and the Maasai warrior looks as if he's been part of this landscape for millennia.
Experience every moment for the first time and feel the spark of endless potential.
With a personality as large as the Big 5, and a heart warmer than the Tanzanian sun.
The semi-nomadic Maasai are immediately recognizable in their brightly colored "shukas" and beaded jewelry.
Is not necessarily the elephants or lions they saw on safari. It's the people they met along the way.
With 25% of the country devoted to conservation, Tanzania is a true representation of what the world was like at the very beginning. Look around.
Just as the darkness of the night sky begins to lift, so does your balloon. Away you go.
Your anticipation builds as pink clouds replace the night sky. It's time to start exploring.
There are more than twice as many lions in Tanzania than in Kenya, South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Namibia combined.
Then again, when the prize is Uhuru Peak, who would want to?
Trekkers pass through five ecosystems on Mount Kilimanjaro – each one more beautiful than the last.
Gently waking all of the life that sleeps beneath it. The best kind of alarm clock.
In the Ngorongoro Crater, flamingos display soft shades of pink that beautifully complement the zebras' bold stripes.
Glide through the silky sands of Zanzibar as you make your way to the ultimate relaxation zone.
View the rich history of Stone Town, once the epicenter of the centuries-old slave trade and spice trade.
Herds of elephants and countless Baobab trees fill the remote land of Tarangire National Park.
You can almost hear this herd of elephants as they graze the sun-drenched plains. Almost.
When the water calms and the waves cease, it's the quiet moments that soothe your soul.
Study the rays of light as they peek through the leaves, and clear your mind of everything else.
With its enormous wildlife populations and diverse, stunning landscapes, Tanzania is the premier bucket list destination. Cross it off your list.
And neither will you. The memory of Tanzania stays in your soul forever.
It's nature's spotlight, illuminating the way to your next adventure.