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The Great Migration

Embark on the safaris to see the natural highlights of Ngorongoro crater, Arusha, Tarangire, or Ruaha safaris,  Ngorongoro Conservation , Visit Serengeti National Park, Scale Mount Kilimanjaro. Tanzania stands to protect its landscape for conservation areas with 25% of Africa’s Largest mammals and 35 percent of antelope, including 1.5million wildebeest that are protected in Tanzania.

Tanzania is a country of highs and lows. It has the highest point on the continent and the lowest (Lake Tanganyika). Tanzania’s Indian ocean coastline is magical with idyllic beaches, transquil islands and sleepy coastal villages in centuries of Swahili culture. Take in the scenery of Mt Kilimanjaro across the northern plains with snow-caped, Africa’s highest peak. Spend some time with the red-cloated Maasai worriors and experience the hospitable local people and traditional dance

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Serengeti National park

Serengeti National Park is one of the most iconic and renowned wildlife conservation areas in the world. It is best known for its vast open grasslands, which serve as the backdrop for the spectacular annual wildebeest migration, often dubbed as the “Greatest Wildlife Show on Earth.” The park is home to an incredibly diverse array of wildlife, including the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros), along with numerous other species such as cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, and various antelope species. Beyond its remarkable wildlife, Serengeti’s landscapes encompass acacia-dotted plains, riverine forests, and rocky outcrops known as kopjes, offering visitors a breathtakingly diverse safari experience.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most captivating natural wonders on Earth. Encompassing diverse ecosystems, ranging from vast savannas to lush forests, this remarkable region is home to an extraordinary array of wildlife, including iconic species such as lions, elephants, and rhinos. What sets Ngorongoro apart is its stunning centrepiece: the Ngorongoro Crater, a vast volcanic caldera teeming with an astonishing concentration of wildlife. Beyond its natural splendor, the area also holds cultural significance, with the Maasai people coexisting harmoniously with the wildlife for centuries.

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park stands as a testament to the unspoiled beauty of East Africa’s wilderness. Renowned for its diverse landscapes, abundant wildlife, and iconic baobab trees, Tarangire beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike to immerse themselves in its enchanting realm. During the dry season, this perennial water source becomes a focal point, drawing large herds of elephants, wildebeests, zebras, and other species to its banks in a breathtaking display of wildlife migration. Beyond its famed pachyderms, the park is also home to an array of other wildlife, including lions, leopards, giraffes, buffalo, and an impressive variety of bird species.

Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park ranks as the largest national park in Tanzania and one of the largest in Africa. Renowned for its striking landscapes, diverse ecosystems, and abundant wildlife, Ruaha offers an immersive safari experience unlike any other. From rugged terrain punctuated by ancient baobab trees to the meandering Great Ruaha River, this park provides a rich tapestry of habitats that support an impressive array of species, including elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, and countless others. Its remote location and relatively low visitor numbers offer visitors a sense of untouched wilderness and a chance to connect intimately with nature

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park is nestled at the base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment in Tanzania. Spanning approximately 330 square kilometers, this biodiverse sanctuary is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and abundant wildlife. The park’s centerpiece, Lake Manyara, dominates the scenery with its shimmering waters that attract flocks of flamingos and a variety of other bird species. Beyond the lake, dense woodlands, open savannahs, and lush groundwater forests provide habitats for a diverse array of wildlife, including elephants, giraffes, zebras, and the iconic tree-climbing lions.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro, towering at 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) above sea level, is a dormant stratovolcano and a popular destination for climbers and adventurers from around the globe. The park’s terrain varies from lush rainforests teeming with wildlife at lower elevations to alpine meadows and barren volcanic landscapes at higher altitudes. Visitors can embark on various hiking trails, ranging from gentle strolls through the forest to challenging multi-day treks to the summit. Mountain Kilimanjaro National Park is home to a remarkable array of flora and fauna, including endemic species such as the Kilimanjaro tree hyrax and the delicate Kilimanjaro violet

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Best time to visit Tanzania

Tanzania is a country of highs and lows—it has the highest point on the continent and the lowest (Lake Tanganyika). And so the climate varies wildly within Tanzania. In the northeast, the country is mountainous and forested, and temperatures generally range between 50 and 70 degrees. Central Tanzania is a large plateau with arable plans, and the eastern shore is hot and humid. The average annual temperature is 68 degrees, although the savannah gets hot during the summer. There are two rainy seasons that you need to account for when making Tanzania Game Parks travel plans: between October and December, and between March and May.

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