From your first glimpse of lions prowling the sweeping savannahs to antelope bounding through cool rainforests, from the birds and baboons filling the tropical jungle to the dolphins leaping about you in a dazzling marine reserve, Tanzania’s national parks, game reserves & wildlife Conservancies are a life-sustaining marvel and a source of awe for all who visit.
Everything about Tanzania is epic. Mighty, snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest peak in Africa. The magnificent expanse of the Serengeti National Park bursting with wildlife. The otherworldly reaches of the Ngorongoro Crater – a forested volcanic caldera, the largest in the world, alive with lions, cheetahs, and even flamingoes!
Tanzania is where you go to witness the beginnings of the Great Migration on the Serengeti – an immense eruption of wildlife, unlike anything else on the planet. Imagine a vast plain filled with animals by the millions, herding off to the horizon, heeding an ancient call of survival.
Hop into one of our private 4 x 4 Jeeps to Lake Manyara National Park with its explosion of colour, as a sea of bright, pink flamingoes, drape the park’s sapphire water like a fresh painting come alive.
This is Tanzania, a safari-land of bursting sunsets, endless wildlife, and warm, welcoming people.
Natural World Kenya Safaris has presented the wonders of Tanzania to thousands of adventurous visitors looking for the ultimate safari experience. Our expert guides love to show off the blue-green marvel of the Ngorongoro Crater, known as the 8th wonder of the world, and home to over 25,000 animals. Journey to the alpine rainforests and perhaps a canoe safari in Arusha National Park. Then, visit the elephants – over 3,000 of them in Tarangire National Park.
We’ll pick you up at Kilimanjaro Airport or the town of Arusha in one of our customized 4 x 4 Safari Jeeps and transport you to Tanzania’s protected parks and reserves.
Your entire adventure will be organized by our expert travel planners and you’ll be in the care of an experienced and friendly safari guide throughout. He or she will make sure all your needs are met and that your tour will be safe, secure, and fun!
Imagine descending into a lush, hidden realm – the Ngorongoro Crater – where thousands of animals make their home protected from the outside world by the walls of an extinct volcano.
If you can imagine the possibility, the parks of Tanzania can deliver it. And even provide you with some wonders you perhaps never thought of.
It’s the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth, and you can witness this massive yearly migration of millions of animals seeking sustenance and survival at the great park of the Serengeti. See the cycles of life play out as thundering herds of wildebeests cross the River some falling prey to the submerged crocodiles below.
Everyone comes to the parks to see the lions and the rest of Africa’s “Big Five” but the birdlife here can be equally stunning.At Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania, get ready to be dazzled by the sight of thousands, and sometimes millions, of bright fuchsia flamingoes feeding at the alkaline lakes. And they are usually accompanied by great flocks of pelicans, cormorants, storks and herons. In fact, all the parks host hundreds of bird species.
There are so many parks in Tanzania that visitors tend to overlook some of the out-of-the-way reserves. But that would be a mistake for two reasons: These parks also feature a great bounty of wildlife and… they are virtually empty of other visitors. It’s just you and the wildlife.
The big overlooked surprise in Tanzania is Tarangire National Park. You may see more elephants (3,000 during the peak season) and lions (over 700) than in some of the big-name parks.
The highest peak in Africa. The biggest freestanding mountain in the world. One of the largest volcanos on the planet – this is mighty Mt. Kilimanjaro – a towering symbol of grandeur, majesty and power.
Mountain rainforests. Rich savannahs. Alpine moorlands. And majestic Mt. Meru. You can soak up all these scenic landscapes in a single day at Arusha National Park, one of Tanzania’s most beautiful and varied parks.
The Ngorongoro Crater is a world heritage site, the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera and is commonly referred to as the 8th wonder of the world.
Tanzania’s oldest and most popular national park, also a world heritage site and recently proclaimed a 7th world wide wonder, the Serengeti is famed for its annual migration
Stretching for 50km along the base of the rusty-gold 600-metre high Rift Valley escarpment, Lake Manyara is a scenic gem, with a setting extolled by Ernest Hemingway as “the loveliest I had seen in Africa”.
Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania, it is located in Manyara Region
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