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Tanzania offers some of the best wildlife areas and most unique safari camps and lodges. Each of Tanzania’s major parks has its own distinct character. The Mahale Mountains for example are great for chimp trekking.
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is quickly becoming as famous for its varied habitats, famous crater and rich wildlife population. There is almost guaranteed sightings of the Big Five (elephant, buffalo, lion, rhino and leopard).
The Serengeti is famous for its annual migration when more than 1,500,000 wildebeest follow some 200,000 zebra’s. Calling to mind wide savannah vistas, silhouetted acacia and shimmering red sunsets.
Tarangire is a moderately small park. It is home to many of the large African Baobab trees and the biggest population of elephants in Northern Tanzania. Tarangire has the most wildlife concentration outside the Serengeti. It is known as one of the few parks where lions have been spotted climbing trees.
Selous is the largest wildlife park on this planet, measuring over 50,000 square Kilometres. It is home to many different types of animals, but there is one in particular that sets this park aside from others in Tanzania, the African wild dog.
Mikumi is actually an extension of the same ecosystem that makes up Selous, however it still has its own unique characteristics. It is said that you are more likely to see a lion climbing a tree in Mikumi than in any other. The park includes thick woodland, grass plains and mountainous foothills.
Jambiani, Zanzibar, Tanzania
Losirwa village (Mto Wa Mbu), Tanzania