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The Best Safaris In Tanzania


Tanzania offers arguably the most complete wildlife experience in Africa and the whole world. There is the Maasai culture, the unique wildlife, the big five, walking safaris, you name it. And if you want to bask under the sun, there is always Zanzibar you can go to. The Serengeti is the best place for witnessing the Great Migration. If you are a budget traveler, there are camping safaris for you. All in all, when it comes to Tanzania, you can rest assured that you’ve made the right choice. It’s a wildlife enthusiast’s paradise. Read on to know more!

Wellness Adventure Trip:

As the name suggests, this walking safari gives you an unparalleled opportunity to spot animals. Animals like zebras, Thompson gazelles, and buffaloes are part and parcel of this adventure. This seven-day package includes hiking the Oldonyo Lengai mountain, Tanzania’s active volcano whose height is 2,962 m. It is beautiful to look at but keep in mind that it is a bit steep and hot at the peak. The mountain last erupted in 2010 and has an ‘active’ status. The only time for scaling the mountain is at night.

The package also includes a tour around the Lake Natron area, a salt lake, and the biggest breeding ground for flamingoes in Africa. The Masai are a popular tribe, and their village, the Maasai is along this lake. They can be found living in the savannah bushes and livestock keeping is an important activity. The Tarangire Park will add to your wildlife spotting experience if you add the place to your bucket list.

The Wildebeest Migration Package:

This is probably not the first article about a Tanzania safari, if it’s not, then we’re sure you’ve heard about the Great Migration in the Serengeti. Tanzania and the Serengeti go hand in hand and pretty much every wildlife lover has plans to visit this national park at least once in their lifetime. The best time to watch this for this 9-day trip is mid-July, mid-August, September, and early October. In case your budget does not allow you a Great Migration experience, you can catch the same in the Ndutu plain in the southern Serengeti from mid to late December to March. No matter when you come, your guides will make sure that you see the wildebeests crossing the Mara River. In the plain, you can see wildebeests hanging out with their newborns.

In this wildebeest migration, you can spot zebras, lions, wildebeests, of course, leopards, cheetahs, buffalos, elephants, and many colourful birds. If you’re lucky, you can also spot rhinos but in small numbers, unfortunately. Big herds cross the Mara River to enter the Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya.

Tanzania Camping Safari:

Budget travelers can make the most of this five-day safari to see many natural attractions. This package gives travelers the best experience of camping in Tanzania. It is especially for those who are traveling on a small budget. We care for your hard-earned money. This camping trip is a great opportunity to explore what the country has to offer in terms of enjoying wildlife. The Tarangire Park is included in this package where you can see many elephants.

Among the other inclusions in this package is Lake Manyara Park which is popular for its tree-climbing rhinos. The Serengeti is part of the package and so is Ngorongoro. You can see wild animals here and the natives of this place, the Masai who migrated from the Serengeti in 1951.

With the help of budget camping safaris, you can live in the heart of the wilderness. You can see animals roaming just a few feet away from you. You can’t go wrong with this package and you can go back with a unique perspective on African safaris.

Zanzibar Beach Holiday:

This famous island is on the eastern part of Tanzania and this 7-day adventure includes a visit to Stone Town, the Chwaka Village the Jozani Forest, and other places. This small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean offers ample time and opportunities to unwind. You can rest underneath the sun, enjoy swimming, and have lip-smacking food and drinks, there is no end to the fun you can have on this island. Zanzibar can be a great add-on to the already amazing Tanzania wildlife safari. Maybe this island could be a transition from one wildlife reserve to another. If you have some disposable income, consider flying to the Selous Nyerere National Park to enjoy wildlife tours, night game drives, and boat ride tours.

Tanzania Southern Circuit Safaris:

The little-explored southern part of Tanzania is a great opportunity to explore these places without battling the crowds. No one likes crowds. Just because this part of the country does not receive many visitors is no reason to take it lightly. On this 8-day trip, your itinerary will include Ruaha Park, Mikumi Park, and the most popular Selous game reserve which is now known as the Nyerere National Park. Less than 10,000 people visit southern Tanzania each year.

In Ruaha National Park, there are game drives, hot springs, ruins of the Stone Age, and hiking trips. It is the largest park in Tanzania and the plains here are dotted with baobab trees. The Great Ruaha River along with the landscape is a sight to behold.

Selous and Ruaha have wild dogs, lions, elephants, buffalos, giraffes, and more. Everything you will see in the parks in northern Tanzania you can also find in the south.

Twende Luxury Migration Safaris:

‘Twende’ is Swahili for ‘let’s go’. The itinerary will include watching the wildebeest migration in luxury in the Serengeti, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, and Tarangire Park. You will spend the nights in lodges like the Legendary Lodge in Arusha. There is also the Nimali Tarangire Lodge which is in the Tarangire Game Reserve Area. These lodges are part of the safari where you can both rest and spot animals like a royal


So, now you have a rough idea of what awaits you in Tanzania. It’s more than the Serengeti and we hope you consider going to south Tanzania too. It deserves recognition as much as the north. With safari packages tailor-made to suit your budget, you will have no problem making your time in Tanzania one to remember. If you want to take a break from the wildlife, there is Zanzibar. Tanzania is a year-round destination and even if you have missed the Great Migration, you will still find animals plentiful as well as birds. There are hiking spots and Mt. Kilimanjaro is one of them. We hope we’ve answered every question you’ve had about safaris in Tanzania. If you plan on visiting this country, we hope you have a great time. Happy and safe travels!

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