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Tanzania Safari

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  • About Tanzania Safari

    Tanzania is a fascinating country with diverse landscapes – majestic summits, clear lakes and mighty streams, lush rainforest and open savannahs. These often unspoiled areas form unique habitats for a large variety of animals as well as over 1000 bird species. Mt Kilimanjaro (5895m) is the highest mountain in Africa and Mt Meru the ninth highest. The Serengeti National Park with its endless savannah and Ngorongoro Crater (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) both offer unbelievable game viewing while the islands of Pemba and Zanzibar are perfect for relaxing, swimming and diving after a bush safari. Almost as multifaceted as the Tanzanian landscape, are the people and their culture. Over 120 tribes with their own traditional languages and rites live together harmoniously in Tanzania. Through Tanzania Safari you will have a chance to make safaris in Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, Arusha and Lake Manyara National park in Northern Circuit.

    Serengeti National Park

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  • About Serengeti National Park

    The Maasai people call it ‘’Siringet’’ meaning wide endless plains. A UNESCO’s world Heritage site and a biosphere reserve since 1981 ,Serengeti is ,one of the oldest ,the largestand the best National Park in Africa. Serengeti is one of the most famous wildlife areas in the world with the greatest concentration of wild animals on the planet! This world -renownedPark is a sanctuary for last remaining annual mammal migration in the world. The wildlife experience in this most famous park is unparalleled ! Serengeti is home to the richest large predator/prey interactions worldwide and its plant and animal diversity is equally rich. There are more than 530 species of bird that has been recorded in Serengeti, a quarter of which migrate annually to or through the park. To witness these unique wonders, Serengeti offers game viewing, walking safaris, hot air balloon filming and photographic safaris.

    Tarangire National Park

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  • About Tarangire National Park

    Tarangire, with many African Elephants per square kilometers than any other national park in the country, lies about 120Km southwest of Arusha City. The Park got its name from Tarangire River that flows through the centre of the Park and form the dry season refuge for wildlife especially elephants! It is in this Park that visitors will be able to see threatened as well as endangered species ofsuch as ebony trees, Python, cheetah, elephants, African wild dogs, lesser and greater Kudu, Beisa Oryx, Gerenuk and others Birdlife in Tarangire is just Amazing ! About 550 species of birds have been recorded in the park, which is larger number of bird species than the famous Serengeti.

    Arusha National Park

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  • About Arusha National Park

    Discover and explore the diversity of Arusha National Park! The Park is nested on the foothills of Mount Meru, the Africa’s most beautiful volcanoes and fifth highest peak. Only 45 minutes’ drive from Arusha City centre, one find this beautifully Park. Mount Meru make an ideal high-altitude acclimatization warm up before conquering the Kili. The Park offer way too much attractions compared to its area The unforgiving landscapes of Mount Meru and Ash cone, scenic view of Momella Lakes, tropical forest glades,Ngurdoto Crater are just a few Visitors to this Park will have opportunities to do game viewing ,ride a horse ,climb the mount Meru as well as do organized walks with a ranger!

    Lake Manyara National Park

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  • About Lake Manyara

    Lake Manyara National Park was gazette as a National park in 1960 and was declared as Man and Biosphere Reserve in 1981. The park has an area of 648.7 km2 (402 sq miles) of which 262.7 km2 (163 sq miles) is covered by lake and 386 km2 (240 sq miles) is dry land. The park delivered its name from a plant called Euphorbia tirucalli, known as Emanyara in Maasai language. The Maasai people use this plant to protect their bomas (hedge


    The rainfall pattern of the park is bi-modal with short rains starting from November to December and long rains from February to May, dry season is from late June to October, annual mean temperature is 26.50C, average temperature 11.340C and relative humidity ranges from 45% - 85%.

    Burigi-Chato National Park

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  • About Burigi-Chato National Park

    The National Park is situated close to the border of lake Victoria ,boarder of Rwanda and is surrounded by the wondrous waters of the kagera River and Lake Burigi One of the special features about the wild life of this park is that one of the largest antelopes of the world the statuesque Cape eland is found here Burigi - Chato National Park the typical grasslands of the African Savannah. Burigi-Chato National Park also involves the other ecosystems of Rwanda Akagera National Park and Uganda's Kikati game reserve, rangeland are to the north of the Katungo River and the lake Mburo National park. This National Park is set among the pictorial beauty of the lakes and the riverside which is a delight for the eyes of any tourist. The National Park has a wide collection of wildlife and some of them are elephant, buffaloes, antelopes, lions, leopards, zebras, giraffes, chimpanzees, gorillas and chimpanzees. Some rare species of birds are also found in the Burigi-Biharamulo, Kimisi, Ibanda and Rumanyika National Park and some of them are fish eagles, papyrus ganolek, and bizarre shoebill stork. It also extends to the eastern side towards the Kimisi , Burigi -Biharamulo, Ibanda and Rumanyika National Park Tanzania and also to the Akagera National park in the west. So just book a trip to this amazing national park .

    Mikumi National Park

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  • About Mikumi National Park

    Mikumi National Park is lying just to the north of the famous Selous Game Reserve. Gazetted in 1964 covering an area of 1070 km2, it was later extended in 1975 to cover the current area of 3,230 sq km, the Park is the fifth largest National Park in Tanzania after the Ruaha (20,226km2), Serengeti (14763km2), Katavi (4471 km2) and Mkomazi (3245km2). It is in one ecosystem with Selous making the animals (Elephants, buffalos and Zebras) migrate to and from the northern part of the reserve into the park. The Park Shares the name ‘Mikumi’ with the village just beyond its Western border of the Dar es Salaam – Iringa highway, which traverse the Park for 50km. The small town in turn takes the name from the (Borassus spp.) palm, which ones grew there in profusion but no stem is visible in the village.The park lies in a horseshoe of towering mountains enclosed foot hills, which almost enclose the flood plain of the Mkata River. To the East rise the 2,743 metres massif of the Uluguru ranges while to the southwest are the craggy peaks of the Vidunda hill.

    Ruaha National Park

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  • About Ruaha National Park

    Ruaha National park which is the largest National Park in Tanzania covering an area of 20,226 sq.km is located in south-central Tanzania. Because of its size, Ruaha is in a unique position, to be able to continue uninterrupted as it has always been an untouched, pristine eco-system, which, in today's worlds is not only something rare, but also special. During the dry season, when game viewing is at its best, animals are drawn to the Great Ruaha River and other water sources. the sand rivers (Mwagusi and the Mdonya rivers among others) which are now dry, have underground water reserves that the elephants know about, so often one can see the elephants digging holes to obtain this sweet water, which is also used by other creatures.


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  • About Katavi National Park

    Katavi National Park, is found on the western part of Tanzania, it was formerly a game reserve; the park was established in 1974. It was originally 1,823km2 In 1997 it was extended to 4,471km2. The park is located 40km south of Mpanda town, being Tanzania’s third largest national park, after Ruaha and Serengeti.