Leopard Tours Welcomes you to Tanzania
On 11th February 2013, in a ceremony held in Arusha, Tanzania, to announce winners of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, Tanzania was recognized as the leading nature destination in Africa. Out of the selected Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, three of the World Heritage Sites of Tanzania, namely Kilimanjaro National Park (Mount Kilimanjaro), the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Ngorongoro Crater) and Serengeti National Park (Serengeti Migration) were voted into the celebrated list.
Inspired by the sheer wealth of natural attractions that Tanzania holds, Leopard Tours has over the last 30 years continually invested in the development of the personnel, equipment, and infrastructure needed to provide the best conditions for visitors to share with us the wonders of this country. It is a destination of superlatives, understated beauty.
For the past three decades, Leopard Tours has proudly been organizing visits to these special places in the country, keeping in mind the arrangements are as smooth and rewarding as possible in recognition of the special value that visitors attach to the tours. Part of the tour fees that our guests pay go directly to the conservation and management of these nature reserves.
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News and Updates
Online Visa – Tanzania
The Tanzania Immigration Services have announced that visitors can now apply for an Online Visa to visit the United Republic of Tanzania (both Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar).
You are required to fill in the online form, make payment, and submit your application online. Your form will be internally reviewed and processed.
In-house Training for Driver-guides (Nov 2018)
Training is an important component in our continual effort to refine our services. Normally conducted during the low season months of March, April, May and November, the contents of the short courses are reviewed from year to year to cover as many areas as possible in the broad tour guiding field.
The month of November is a bit slow and we are using the time to train driver-guides who are not on safari.