Welcome to Julia African Safaris! We are a boutique safari company and one of the best adventure companies in Tanzania and Kenya. We offer tailor-made safaris expeditions and tours in Tanzania including wildlife safaris, primate tours, mountain trekking, sightseeing tours, game viewing, as well as trips across the different destinations in Tanzania and Kenya. The thing that makes us different from other tour operators is our boutique super size and the services we offer at very competitive rates.
With a lot of cautiousness, we plan for our clients and their loved ones a memorable yet enjoyable safari that satisfies their very desire and preferences. Whatever your preference may be, the choice all depends on how much time you plan to spend and be part of this adventure. Our well planned safaris accommodate clients of all budgets.
We listen to you and then design the itinerary that reflect your wishes, fits your budget, time frame, and travel tastes by implementing what you want to do and see in Tanzania. Since we only do private safaris this can be anything you wish to do or want to see in Tanzania.
We do not look at short-term gains, but long term relationships with our clients giving you personalized quality safaris of high quality at very competitive rates without any compromise -simply with you in mind, no matter if you choose a 3 day mini-safari, go on a budget, moderate or up-market – luxury safari.
Tanzania – a must see destination!
Tanzania has some of the biggest and most wonderful national parks in Africa, providing the very widest range of habitats. However it is usually worthwhile to avoid the most tourist-dominated areas, in order to gain a more intimate experience and less of a zoo-like parade in a “wilderness” overloaded with tourist vehicles. Although the country has long been a significant center for game viewing safaris, there are still parts of Tanzania that are truly remote if you yearn to get away from it all.
There is just so much to explore in Tanzania, including the little-known, but awesome Selous and Ruaha reserves, as well as the more well-known safari destinations, such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater areas. Visiting Tanzania can also provide a rich cultural and historical experience – from touring local communities, viewing Chimpanzees, climbing Kilimanjaro or chilling out on an Indian Ocean beach and you can see that Tanzania has it all.
Unlike many other African countries, Tanzania is a comparatively safe place to visit. There have been no incidents due to international terrorism, and the internal crime rate is good, being virtually nonexistent out on safari, and relatively low elsewhere, barring city centers. As an established tourist destination, Tanzania is sufficiently advanced to provide more than adequate transport, communications, health facilities, and so on, whilst remaining totally unspoilt.
Tanzania also boasts some of the best lodges in Africa, at prices that remain within most visitors’ reach. The breadth of choice means there is accommodation to suit everyone, from the smallest intimate bush camp to deluxe hotels with all mod-cons.
The better times for a safari to Tanzania, are any months but April and early May, during the “big rains”. If you want to see the “great migration”, then November through March and June through July is excellent. This is when the herds are in the Serengeti. By August they have usually moved up into Kenya’s Maasai Mara, coming back down in early November. Patterns will fluctuate in most parks depending on the season and where the “food” is. For example in the dry season during July – October, large concentrations of up over 6,000 elephants, and a variety of other animals, migrate to Tarangire National Park to the banks of the Tarangire River.