We conduct camping safaris in a host of wildlife management areas and village lands for an authentic safari. For example, in Oldonyo Sambu and Randlien wildlife management area, we enjoy wildlife and Maasai cultural encounters. In addition, we visit Lake Eyasi and Yaeda Chini, the home of the last traditional Hadzabe hunter-gatherers.
Some of the most remote and exciting wilderness areas in Tanzania are not National Parks. Instead, these areas fall under various conservation categories, such as game reserves, wildlife management areas, and village lands. Such sites tend to have limited tourist infrastructure and see less tourism traffic. However, in the past few years, some of these areas have been opened up by high-end tourism operators as. Such concessions offer discerning travelers superb safari destinations that have the distinction of allowing much greater freedom of activity.