Welcome to Firelight Safaris Tanzania
We have been providing personalized luxury safaris in Tanzania since 1989. We can confidently recommend some great choices of luxury tented safari camps and lodges from all over the country.
Most of the camps have their own open sided customized safari vehicles affording fabulous game viewing of the African wildlife. Experience the thrill of finding huge herds of elephant and buffalo while game viewing. Also see prides of lions lying in the shade of an acacia tree after a nights hunt. All part of the “big five” just waiting to be explored. Follow the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra on the Serengeti plains. Explore the Ngorongoro Crater, where 30,000 animals reside. Tarangire and Lake Manyara famous for elephants, flamingoes and incredible bird life.
For those wanting a combination of safari and beach, exclusive and remote Lupita Island on Lake Tanganyika is the perfect complement to your time in the bush. Remote and completely unspoilt, Lupita will give you a glimpse of Tanzania as it was 50 years ago, wonderful people and a wonderfully natural ambience.
Or choose the bustling experience of Zanzibar with its Arabic influence.
Our selection of accommodations are the best in bush luxury and all your needs are enthusiastically met. Choose from our all-inclusive safari itineraries or allow us to create a custom safari tour. Either way, we will ensure that your safari holiday in Africa is the absolute best.
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Some tasty reading below...
Find out jut how awesome Tanzania is, and learn some great trivia as well!
Lupita Island—“The Untouched Heart of Africa”
After visiting Serengeti and Katavi we came to the far western part of Tanzania.
Covering 130 acres on Lake Tanganyika is Lupita Island, Africa’s paradise—and perhaps yours.
It is simply magnificent, mystical and romantic
Some years ago we wrote about an unusual leopard that frequents the area around Mdonya Old River camp in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania.
We assumed that this male leopard and his sister may have been orphaned while very young – the mother was not seen....