Looking to book Tanzania safaris to explore the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, and Kilimanjaro? Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa, spanning over 365,000 square miles with a population of over 36.5 million. It’s safe to visit and relies heavily on agriculture and tourism, with the latter contributing more than 1/6 of its annual income. Tanzania’s geography diversity ranges from tropical forests to savanna plains, making it home to the largest amount of biodiversity in Africa. Tanzania safaris can be tailored for various travel groups, with activities such as chimpanzee trekking, game viewing, nature walks, and cultural encounters. Contact us now to plan your Tanzania safari tours at the best prices.
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Most of the safari goes to the Northern part of the country that has the main attractions in the region, such as the Ngorongoro Crater National park, Mount Kilimanjaro, Serengeti national park and the remarkable Masai people and culture. The south offers a special experience to all guests in Selous or Ruaha National parks for unforgettable game viewing experience. Meanwhile, in the rainforests of Mahale and Gombe in western Tanzania, we find several primates such as chimpanzees and colobus monkeys in their last wild habitat enjoying their peace.
It is not by any surprise that Serengeti national park tops most of Tanzania’s safari itineraries. The park derives its name from a Masai word meaning; the “endless plains and sprawls across roughly 10,000 square miles, with several rivers ensuring all year-round water and extremely rich wildlife. This Park is a popular destination for the great wildebeest migration, the largest mass movement of land animals on the planet. The mammals traverse the whole Serengeti ecosystem as we watch the hyenas, lions and birds of prey feasting on the young and weak travelers, while crocodiles lie in wait at each river crossing. From June to October, Tarangire National park becomes the center of focus as we sight thousands of elephants from far-flung locations as Amboseli in Kenya.
The Ngorongoro Crater
This eye-catching volcanic crater harbors black rhinos that cannot be found anywhere else in Africa, and it is commonly referred to as wildlife Eden with Zebra grazing on its rim, while lions, flamingos and the endangered black rhinoceros all present.
The Selous Game Reserve
This is one of the most rewarding parks for a safari in the southern part of Tanzania, it is one of the last true strongholds of “African Hunting Dog”, home to 3,000 lions, leopard, elephants and cheetahs. The park is home to several aquatic animals such as, a school of hippos and crocodiles. Safaris to Tanzania range from luxury to tailor made, so book a trip now and discover the unforgettable sceneries and attractions in the planet.