Visit the Ngorongoro Crater, one of the world’s most
Awesome scenery and home to an immense concentration and
of wildlife Surrounded by very steep walls, rising 610 meters from
the crate floor,
it covers 260 sq km and is home to over 30,000 animals, almost half of
being zebra and wildebeest. It is definitely the eight wonder of the
grasslands that seem to spread forever into the vast blue African sky,
is the oldest and largest park in Tanzania. The Serengeti is renowned
for its annual wildebeest migration and large predator population.
is a small but beautiful park covered with ground forest that leads
Into Acacia woodland and bush, grassy plains bordering the large soda
diversity of the habitat supports a bewildering variety of birds and
Tarangire National Park
get its name from the permanent river that threats its way through
the acacia trees in the dry season attracting huge concentrations of
wildlife from many outlying areas if the migratory ecosystem.
The richness of its cultural heritage and the lure of the exotic
spices make Zanzibar one of the most sort after
holiday destination. The main attraction of Zanzibar
with its winding alleys; white washed old building, bustling
bazaars, mosques, exotic architecture and influences of different
cultures. Stone Town derives its name from the fact that it was
the first stone town in Zanzibar and probably in East Africa.
Explore the Southern Circuit, which is vast and primeval
a raw wilderness experience consistent with the wildest wildlife
sanctuary’s and natural habitats on the planet.
Some of the few places in Africa that are as pristine today as
they were 200 years ago.
Selous Game Reserve
covering 50,000sq km, this is the largest game reserve in the
Africa. The reserve supports an enormous number of elephants,
buffalos and wildebeests. Other rare species include the African
Hunting dog. The park provides home for some of the last remaining
black rhinos. The massive Rufiji River, hot volcanic springs,
lagoons, and diverse terrain make the Selous Game Reserve an
exceptional World Heritage Site.
RUAHA NATIONAL PARK,
Tanzania's third biggest park and host to a number of animals
which rare or absent in the North. The rare animals include the
African Wild dog, roan and sable antelope and the greater kudu.
The Great Ruaha River, which provides life to the park, flows
through the eastern side of the park and is home to hippos,
crocodiles and a variety of water birds.
UDZUNGWA NATIONAL PARK:
one of the least visited and most beautiful wilderness areas in
Tanzania. areas in Tanzania. Covering an area of 1900 sq km., the
uniqueness of this park lies in its biodiversity in hosting a
variety of animals and plant species not found anywhere else in
Katavi National Park:
is the most unspoiled and least visited park in Tanzania. The
buffalo herds here are regarded to be the biggest in the country.
Other animals include zebra, antelope, leopard, crocodile,
elephant, lion and hippo. The park is noted for its miombo
woodland, vast floodplains an palm fringed Lake Chala and Katuma
River. Bird life is particularly rich around Lake Chala