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Lake Manyara

Located just 4 hours from Arusha this park is best to visit June - October during the dry season.  Known for it's tree climbing lions this smaller park can easily be visited in one day.

Canoe Rides and Tree Top Canopy walks are a just a few excursions to add to your adventure.

Serengeti

Typically divided into the Central, West and Northern the various Savannah plains are home to millions of migrating herds of Wildebeest, Zebra and Gazelles passing through in a clockwise rotation across the might Mara River into Kenya and down back through Tanzania.

Home to the Big 5 Lion, Rhino, Leopard, Elephant and Buffalo among thousands of other species, The Serengeti meaning "Endless Plains" is one of the most iconic and beloved safari destinations in all of Africa.

Tarangire

Known for it's majestic Baobab Trees and massive populations of elephant herds this beautiful park can be enjoyed 1-3 days with a diverse wildlife to be seen at almost every turn. 

 

Most animals tend to migrate out of the park during rainy season and taller grasses can make game viewing a bit more challenging.

Ndutu

Located in the North Western part of the Ngorongoro Conservation.

From December to May (depending on the rains), the plains of Ndutu are populated by huge herds of wildebeest, zebra and antelope as they settle on the fertile grasslands to calve.

Nature's most dramatic spectacle unfolds here as the predators arrive in masses to stalk for easy prey, feasting on the vulnerable young.

Ngorongoro Crater

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, The crater is home to Lion, Leopard and Hyena who prey on the Wildebeest, Buffalo and Zebra. Here you may be luck to see some of the last remaining Black Rhino and likely to see some large tusked Elephants.

Migrating herds, usually late November and December inundate the greater crater area, however there is a high density of resident game throughout the year.

Lake Natron

Just on the other side of the Ngorongoro highlands is Oldonyo Lengai, an active volcano that last erupted in 2007. It is Tanzania’s third highest mountain, after Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru.

 

At the foot of the mountain is Lake Natron, a soda lake, made famous for the numerous breeding flamingos found there.

Lake Natron