Safari in Tanzania is a great opportunity to see untouched places and wildlife in their natural habitat.
No special preparation is required for such a trip - just a camera, observation and adventure!
ARUSHA NATIONAL PARK
Among the reserves of Tanzania, there is a small but incredibly curious one that deserves the attention of travelers - the Arusha National Park.
This is the "pearl" of the protected areas of this African country, as the territory consists of picturesque rainforests, savannas, mountain ranges, lakes and craters.
Convenient location of the reserve, diversity of fauna, beauty of virgin nature make it an excellent option for recreation
NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA
Ngorongoro National Park is located on the edge of the Serengeti savanna - perhaps the most interesting corner of Tanzania for tourists.
Nearby there is Lake Manyara National Park, Arusha Park, Masai tribe settlements, an ancient Arab fort. In general, there is something to see
If you haven't decided where to start your cultural program, Ngorongoro Volcano and the surrounding area would be an excellent choice.
Why Lake Manyara?
Because it is the Manyara National Park that is something like a very well-written "abstract" on the natural beauty in Tanzania.
Here, on an area of 330 square kilometers, there is generally everything:
Unique alkaline lake - Manyara Lake;
A tropical forest;
Steep slopes of rugged mountains;
Dense African forests;
Fracture of the earth's crust;
Hot springs (located in the vicinity of Manyara).
Also, Lake Manyara National Park is one of the most densely populated nature reserves in the world.
MIKUMI NATIONAL PARK
Mikumi is Tanzania's fourth largest National Park.
It is also the most accessible of Dar es Salaam.
Wildlife is almost always guaranteed here, making it the perfect safari destination for those with little time to spare.
Most visitors come to Mikumi National Park to see the Big Five (cheetah, lion, elephant, buffalo and rhino) and they never get disappointed.
Mikumi National Park is bordered by Selous Game Reserve and Udzungwa National Park, and these three places create a varied and enjoyable safari scheme.
RUAHA NATIONAL PARK
Ruaha National Park is rich in plants and animals: for example, there is a large kudu (both large and small), black and white antelope, which are not found in any other national park.
The Ruaha is believed to have a higher concentration of elephants than any national park in East Africa.
The park boasts of its almost untouched and unexplored ecosystem, making the safari unique to visitors.
SAADANI NATIONAL PARK
The only nature reserve in all of East Africa that borders the Indian Ocean
The relatively small area does not prevent Saadani from being one of the most amazing places on the planet.
The snow-white sandy beaches are covered with dense mangrove forests.
Glades with tall grass coexist with palm trees and pastures with low vegetation.
In the offshore part of Saadani National Park, it is worth diving in the reef area to admire the colorful underwater world of the reef.
And from the shore, a wonderful view of the flocks of dolphins and groups of leisurely whales opens up
SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK
This is the embodiment of everything you've ever heard about Africa.
This safari park in Tanzania looks like a movie come to life in which the savannah lives its normal life:
endless herds of antelopes and zebras migrate, predators hunt, local residents wander.
This is a huge part of Tanzania - 14,763 km².
In the Masai language, Serengeti means "endless plains"
But there are also meadows and forest hills, rivers and lakes, African jungles.
And all this is densely populated with the most real African animals that live here just like thousands of years ago.
TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK
Tarangire National Park is one of the most interesting safari destinations in Tanzania.
Its main attraction is the Tarangire River, the only one in this area, where herds of hoofed animals and predators flock to the watering hole.
In addition, the Tarangire Valley is inhabited by ostriches, large African bustards, vultures, hornbills, parrots and banana-eaters, unique species of animals and birds that are found only here.
In general, of the five most popular African exotic animals, only rhinos are not found here - but their shortage is more than compensated by the rest of the local inhabitants.
Kenya is a land of magical landscapes.
It is in this part of the African continent that there are many unique and interesting attractions such as Mount Kilimanjaro, a glacier, beautiful lakes and more than fifty national parks.
Therefore, safari tours to Kenya are incredibly popular.
MAASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE
A Masai Mare safari is the best way to get a quick look at all of Africa's most famous animals.
This tour is ideal for those who are short on time and want all the fun right away!
Masai Mara Park is one of the main attractions in Kenya.
It is located in the southwest of the country and is associated with the Tanzanian Serengeti Nature Reserve, which, in fact, is an extension of the Masai Mara
SAMBURU NATIONAL RESERVE
Samburu National Park is located in the Great Rift Valley.
It consists of three parts: Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Shaba. All of them are quite similar to each other in the composition of the fauna, but the vegetation is strikingly different.
On the territory of the park lives the tribe of the same name of nomadic pastoralists - Samburu.
The Samburu area is the habitat of several endemic animal species. For example, reticulated giraffe, Somali ostrich, Williams lark, Grevy's zebra
CHYULU HILLS NATIONAL PARK
Basically, people come to this area of Kenya for a safari to enjoy the majesty of elephants or the view of the legendary Mount Kilimanjaro.
The journey can be taken on horseback through the savannah and untouched wilderness.
There are also more traditional options: on foot or by jeep.
Tourists have the opportunity to see beautiful hills created by nature, lush forests, exotic birds. In addition, during this trip you can stop by the village of the local tribe "Masai" and get acquainted with their way of life and traditions.
AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK
In the southeast of Kenya, there is the unique Amboseli National Park, famous for its elephants.
Although Mount Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania, it is from the Kenyan Amboseli that the most spectacular views of this snowy peak open.
The area of Amboseli - only 392 km2 - lies at the heart of a large ecosystem located simultaneously in Kenya and Tanzania.
Level land with a minimum of vegetation makes it possible to observe wild animals in their natural environment without any obstacles against the majestic backdrop of the highest mountain in Africa
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6, 7, 8 or 9 Days:
Machame Route with Karanga Valley Acclimatisation
Arusha | Kilimanjaro (Machame | Mweka)
The first rays of the rising sun at an altitude of almost 6 thousand meters is an amazing sight, which will give you the ascent of Kilimanjaro
This mountain is almost sacred, saturated with a rare atmosphere with a philosophical touch ...
From here the world is seen differently...
MOMELLA ROUTE with Little Meru Acclimatisation
Meru is the perfect choice for those looking to get the most out of their trip to Africa on a budget!
Climbing Mount Meru is trekking at a moderate pace, which does not require special skills, Alninist training and specific equipment from the participants.
This is almost a walking format and is perfect as a first climbing experience and for exploring the wildlife of Africa.
After a busy safari or climbing Kilimanjaro, many tourists want to relax and soak up the white beaches of the Indian Ocean.
Why not join them?
The most famous and most popular resort in the African Indian Ocean.
White beaches, cultural heritage, incredible cuisine, a mixture of cultures and the inexhaustible optimism and cheerfulness of the locals
It is never boring here - there are always a lot of people in Zanzibar, thousands of cafes, hundreds of restaurants, nightclubs and beaches work, and every new meeting becomes unforgettable
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