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Tanzania National Parks


Arusha National Park Tanzania, Arusha NP isn’t on many safari itineraries. This is mainly because it doesn’t offer a chance of seeing the Big Five. The park is at the base of Mount Meru, which is good for climbing. It has a range of habitats including forest – home to the black-and-white colobus monkey – and the park is excellent for birding.

Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari

Gombe Stream National Park is a place in Africa to track chimpanzees. First researched in the ’60s by Jane Good all, the primates are remarkably habituated. The project now ranks as the world’s longest-running study of any wild animal population. The experience is one that you are unlikely to forget. Gombe’s chimps are the main attraction


Katavi National Park Tanzania is pure wilderness. This classic Dry-season park is completely off the beaten track, but teeming with wildlife. Four of the Big Five are present. Lion, buffalo, and elephant are all very common but leopard sightings are more hit-and-miss. Rhino is absent. It is located in Katavi Region, Tanzania.


Lake Manyara National Park is one of the smallest National parks at the base of the Rift Valley escarpment. Its groundwater forest offers a nice change of scenery from the more savannah dominated parks. Although the park is known for tree-climbing lions, big cats aren’t that easily seen. Elephants are prolific and are the main attraction.


Mahale Mountains National Park is the home of Chimpanzees and is the star attraction. There are roughly 800 chimps in the park, of which about 60 individuals of the Mimikere group are very habituated to people. The research and habituation in Mahale is a Japanese project that goes back as long as Jane Goodall’s research in neighboring Gombe NP.


Mkomazi National Park doesn’t offer as much wildlife viewing when compared to other parks in Tanzania, the wild scenery compensates for it with mountains rising in every direction. The park shares its northern border with Kenya’s vast Tsavo West National Park and migratory herds of elephant, zebra and oryx travel between these parks depending on


Tarangire National Park Tanzania is one of the most seasonal parks in northern Tanzania, with a lot of migratory movement within the greater Tarangire ecosystem. In the Dry season, between June and October, large herds of animals are attracted to the Tarangire River. At this time, the elephant numbers are spectacular and the park should be part of any safari in northern Tanzania.


Ruaha National Park Tanzania is the best of Tanzania’s largest national park and offers excellent wildlife safaris. It is particularly good for spotting predators, including very large feelings of pride of lion and the endangered Wild Dogs. Elephants and a big variety of antelope species are other big draws to the park. It also has outstanding wilderness appeal, with limited exclusive.


Saadani National Park Tanzania is here the beach meets the bush. It is the only best park in East Africa with an Indian Ocean beachfront. It’s the one place where those idle hours of sunbathing might be interrupted by an elephant strolling past, or animals coming to drink at the nearby waterhole. Also, a sight to behold is the Swahili fishermen casting their nets at sunrise.


Selous Game Reserve Tanzania is one of most of Africa’s largest park, but most of it has been set aside for hunting. The animal viewing area that is open to the public is relatively small but very rewarding, with many predator sightings and excellent boat safaris on the Rufiji River. It is situated in the southern Tanzania.


Serengeti National Park Tanzania is one of the most famous parks in Africa and is synonymous with wildlife and classic African scenery. Tanzania’s oldest park and a Unesco World Heritage Site. It is home to the spectacular wildebeest migration and offers top-class wildlife viewing throughout the year.


Ngorongoro Crater is the best national park in Tanzania: Ngorongoro Crater is an experience of a lifetime. There are few places that have wildlife densities and variety on this level. It is not unusual to see the Big Five in one day & all this in the most amazing setting with a backdrop of the 600m -1,968ft-high crater wall.


Mikumi National Park these open horizons and abundant wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain, the popular centerpiece of Mikumi, is often compared to the more famous Serengeti Plains. At the end of the Dry season the waterholes, including the hippo pool, become a wildlife magnet, and huge herds of elephant and buffalo visit these spots throughout the day.