Tanzania is the TOP destination for safaris in Africa, here this is where you find the most beautiful and attractive national parks of the continent: Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire and Maynara.
The big 5 can be spotted 12 months a year, the travel experience in this country makes unique adventure surrounded by some of the most dangerous, and excitingly wild, animals in the world.
I travelled to Tanzania for many months, I know most of its parks and I can surely say that the northern parks are the most beautiful and impressive among all.
The journey usually begins at the foot of Kilimanjaro and then slowly move away getting slowly to the most coveted park of all, the Serengeti. The Savannah par excellence from which you can extend your trip to Victoria Lake where you can go canoeing or spotting chimpanzees further west.
Tanzania boasts a huge number of national parks, but its flagship are those of the north, where I look forward to help you in planning your journey in the wild.
Beacuse Tanzania offers the best parks in Africa for safaris, will be easy to spot the Big5 in such incredible landscapes, like the Ngongoro crater, the magical Serengeti and the surreal Eyasa Lake.
Tanzania also offers coastal Swahili and local life, tribes and African life how we imagine it, as well as incredible extensions in the beautiful islands of Zanzibar and Mafia, suitable for divers.
Online you can find many offers of course at different prices. But how to choose between different itineraries? How many days safaris are sufficient?
There is no limit of days to a safari, typically in order to discover the most beautiful parks and fields are required at least 5 days, but for lovers of wildlife and savannah safari can last even longer and extending the exploration well up to 15 days dedicated entirely to the parks and animals.
Routes and costs are indicative and subject to availability and season, are customizable and tailored to fully meet the needs of travellers.
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