The main parks you will visit during your travel in Tanzania are:

 

Tarangire National Park:
  • This park is at its best during the dry months. It is an excellent park with an abundance of game and varied bird-life. The bulk of it is also relatively quiet, with few people reaching the southern regions where you can still find a sense of ‘wilderness’.

 

  • This small, yet spectacular safari park sits between the Great Rift Valley’s steep Western escarpment and the Lake Manyara, a shallow alkaline lake. It is only a couple of hours from Arusha, and is usually visited on the way to Ngorongoro Crater and/or the Serengeti. Here you will find a peculiar breed of lions known for their ability to climb and hang out in trees.

 

  • This is Tanzania’s greatest wildlife showpiece, with an exceptional variety of game and a lot of visitors. Here you will see herds of elephants, buffalo and black rhino on the crater floor. You will also see hundreds of zebras and a large population of lions which, as you will discover, are far from camera shy.

 

  • The Serengeti’s vast ecosystem covers several different reserves, and includes an overwhelming amounts of game. This is where the great migration happens and if the timing is right, you will be able to see it first hand. Our experienced safari planners and guides will help make your safari to the Serengeti as adventurous as possible.

 

  • Arusha National Park is located near the town of Usa River, about 20 km from the city of Arusha. It is a multi-faceted jewel, often overlooked by safari goers, despite offering the opportunity to explore a diversity of habitats situated within a few hours.