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Birding in Tanzania

Tanzania has a lot of favorite birding spots for tourists and some of them will be listed in the article. There are also many guides who can take you through the birding process by identifying the different bird species and their characters. But for as long as you follow their guidelines, you will enjoy birding…

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Student Safari Tanzania

In order to ensure an in depth educational experience for our student, we can pick specific as well as remote locations plus tents for the students. Group traveling allow an offer of 50% discount under the published rates. This can be achieved through maintaining excellent standards of service which are unparalleled within group travel. Go…

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Serengeti Safari Tanzania

Serengeti National Park is the largest national park on Tanzania northern safari circuit covering an area of 14,763km². The park is only part of the greater Serengeti eco-system that stretches into southern Kenya in Masai Mara Game reserve , Ngorongoro Conservation Area and North West towards Lake Victoria.  Serengeti (Siringeti) is a masaai…

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Serengeti Wildebeest Migration

The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania accounts for the longest and largest over land migrations in the world. The Serengeti plains cover over 18,641 square miles of rich eco-system, one of the most diverse in the world  with habitats for animals such as Africa’s big five game in addition to wildebeest, zebras, giraffes, snakes and…

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Arusha Safari Tanzania, Arusha National Park

Tanzania safaris normally start in the small safari capital called Arusha. The town is located in north eastern Tanzania on the foot hills of Mt. Meru with scenic views of the Kilimanjaro. This safari town is also the gateway to Tanzania safaris on the northern circuit National parks such as Serengeti National park…

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Tanzania Lion Safari, Africa Lion Safari in Tanzania

More than 50% of African safari traffic comes to East African on Tanzania wildlife safari expecting to see Africa’s big five game (African cape buffalo, African elephant, lions, leopard and rhino). Tanzania is the largest country from the east African safari circuit with wide National parks and reserves stretching several miles offering equally amazing game…

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Tanzania Hotels, Accommodation

Tanzania is a unique safari destination in east Africa with so many wildlife game parks to discover, birds to visit, incredible landscape features and crowned with interesting friendly people. Tanzania safaris have a wide range of excellent accommodation options from luxury five star Tanzania Hotels, luxury safari lodges and tented campsite, budget bush camps and other…

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Serengeti Balloon Safaris

Having the chance to experience a luxury Hot air balloon rode in any part of the world isn’t a treat just for anyone! For Serengeti National park, the hot air balloon safari is just another amazing wildlife safari excursion like no other.  On one early morning, you’ll have an eagle’s eye views over the animals…

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Tanzania National Parks

Tanzania has around 14 national parks and more than 10 game reserves occupying more than 45% of the land in Tanzania. Tanzania is the largest country on East African safari and has more vast game parks and than are significantly the largest in east Africa. Besides the large game park area, each of Tanzania…

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Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Udzungwa National Park is another of Tanzania’s national parks from the Eastern Arc Mountains is part of south central Tanzania. The park covers about 1990 sq km on the slopes of Udzungwa Mountains at 250m altitude to 2,500m above sea level on Lohomero Peak. The park is considered to be another rich eco-system…

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Mikumi National Park

Mikumi National Park was gazetted as a Tanzania national park in 1964 covering an area of 3230sq km thus ranks as the fourth largest national park in Tanzania. Mikumi is bordered by Selous Game reserve to the south, Udzungwa Mountains in the south east and Ulunguru Mountains in the north. the park is…

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Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National park can be described as Tanzania’s unique remote wildlife habitat, the second largest game park in Tanzania but rarely included on Tanzania wildlife safari packages of many visitors. The park is part of the larger eco-system of Tanzania game reserves such as Rungwa, Kizigo and Usungu game reserves form south central…

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Serengeti Wildlife Safari

Serengeti National Park ranks as Tanzania’s number one wildlife safari destination thanks to its diverse habitat of vast open savannah grasslands, acacia thickets, forests, woodlands, rocky outcrops, and rivers that make a rich habitat fro several game, insects, birds and small mammals. Even with the annual Serengeti Migrations of animals to the neighboring Masaai Mara…

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Wildebeest Migration Tanzania

The annual wildebeest migration in East Africa takes place around the same time of the year with hundreds and hundreds of wildebeest, thompson Gazelles, zebras, Grant gazelles and other animals join the trail as Serengeti wildebeest move from the dry plains of Serengeti into the fresh green grasses of Masaai Mara Game reserve. The annual…

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Katavi National Park

Katavi National park is one of Tanzania’s remote wildlife parks from the southwestern region that receive minimal tourists compared to those that are recorded for Serengeti or Lake Manyara Park in the northern safari circuit. Katavi Park occupies an area of 4,471sq km and is ranked third in Tanzania’s largest National park. The park is found…

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Saadani National Park

Saadani National park is the only of Tanzania’s national park or reserve located near the Indian Ocean. Gazetted as a national park, the park covers 1100 sq km today along the Indian Ocean beach including former Mkwanja ranch, Wami River and Zaraninge rain forest that occupies nearly 200sq km of the total park area. The former…

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Kitulo National Park

Kitulo National Park in Tanzania is a beautiful botanical expanse locally called Bustani ya Mungu-Garden of God while others refer to it as the Serengeti of Flowers for its vast spectacle of wild flowers! The park covers and area of 412km² on Kitulo Plateau rising to rugged  peaks of 2,600m for Kipengere and…

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Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National park is one of the largest safari game parks in Tanzania yet receives minimal number of tourists in a year. The park occupies an area of more than 2,600sq km south east of Lake Manyara National park, near the safari town of Arusha (to the south west) The Tarangire River crosses through the…

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Mkomazi National Park

Mkmazi National park is found on the northern safari circuit of Tanzania tucked away in the remote Usambara and Par Eastern Arc Mountains that overlook the shadows of the snow capped Kilimanjaro in the North West. The reserve occupies an area of 3,245sq km bordering Tsavo West National park in Kenya The former Tanzania…

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Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

An African safari tour is not the same without a visit to the famed Mount Kilimanjaro on your East African safari and tour itinerary. Located on the boundary between Kenya and Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro may be the highest mountain within Africa. It comprises a few extinct volcanoes, and facilitates a few distinctive…

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Tanzania Travel Guide

Tanzania is definitely a wonderful country to go to, packed with awesome wildlife, extraordinary vistas along with a rich cultural heritage and tradition. Being the largest Safari country in East Africa, there is so much to cover from its prime attractions like Mt. Kilimanjaro to the vast plains of the Serengeti National Park …

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Tanzania Flights

Tanzania from east africa is quite a large piece of land to cover of you are on Tanzania East Africa safaris.Flying to Tanzania is a lot easy, there are 3 major international airports that handles the bulk of international business and tourist traffic as well as domestic flights within Tanzania Dar-es-Salaam international airport (DAR), Kilimanjaro…

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Zanzibar Island Holidays & Tours

Zanzibar island is a semi-autonomous part of mainland  Tanzania, in East Africa located 25kilometres off the coast of tanzania. It is composed of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean and consists of numerous small islands and two large ones: Unguja-which is Zanzibar itself and Pemba. Geography The island’s coast covered in white sandy beaches stretching…

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Zanzibar Tour Operators

A trip to Zanzibar Island Discover the history of Ugunja established more than 300 years Ago Like many African countries, Tanzania and its island capital Zanzibar are a set of beautiful attractions to have on an African trip. Zanzibar(Ugunja) is an island off the east coast of Tanzania and thus one of the biggest islands…

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Hotels in Zanzibar

Planning your holiday accommodation in Zanzibar hotels is much easier with a variety of websites giving insights into beach lodges, resorts, spas and hostels around Stone town and in the neighboring suburbs Beach hotels, lodges and spas around Zanzibar are on high demand especially during the months of October to December. Other peak times are in…

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Pemba Island Tours

Pemba Island forms part of the Zanzibar archipelago and is about 50 km long from the mainland coast of Tanzania. Pemba Island is the second largest island off the Tanzania Indian Ocean coast with excellent natural vegetation. Also know as 'Al Jazeera Al Khadura '-the green island regarded more fertile than its neighbor Zanzibar …

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Ngorongoro Safari

NGORONGORO CRATER Ngorongoro Crater was once a gigantic volcano, taller than Kilimanjaro. When it collapsed a huge bowl ringed by 610 metre high walls, measuring 20 kms across and encompassing a total area of 260 sq kms was formed. Ngorongoro is the largest unbroken and unflooded volcanic caldera covered in green splendor, ranked as…

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Lake Manyara National Park

LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK TANZANIA Lake Manyara National Park is located about 2 hours drive east from Tanzania’s safari town of Arusha. It is regarded as Tanzania’s smallest national park covering 318sq km. about 60% of the entire park is covered by Lake Manyara , a salty water lake that is 200km, surrounded by…

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Machame Route Kilimanjaro

Machame Route The Machame-Route to the mountain summit of the Kilimanjaro is a very exceptional route. It offers you an opportunity to actually get to be acquainted with this special mountain. However the huts along this route are quite in a worrying state   today being used by the mountain-porters. The route uses tents so all…

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Lemosho Route Kilimanjaro

The most stunning route on Mountain Kilimanjaro The Lemosho Route is extensively considered as the best Kilimanjaro-route. In the previous years, there were just two major routes used to hike Mount Kilimanjaro and these where the Coca Cola route plus the Whiskey route. However as the tourism industry in Tanzania prospered, the park authority of…

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Mount Meru Hiking

Mount Meru This is among Africa’s highest and yet very stunning volcanoes. On its bottom, you will see a variety of more than 450 species of bird plus animals which have turned this into their habitat. baboons, rhinos, duiker ,warthogs, white and black Columbus monkey, elephants as well as buffaloes are the commonest wild…

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Tanzania Tourist Attractions

When considering taking a safari in Africa, Tanzania is among the destinations you need to seriously consider. This is simply because this country is gifted with a number of the best wildlife reserves plus parks in Africa. Below are the most renowned tourist destinations in Tanzania Serengeti National Park Serengeti National Park hosts the internationally renowned wildebeest migration…

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Tanzania Urged Make Tourism Research

The marketing department of business school at the Dar es Salaam University is arranging a 3rd worldwide conference regarding sustainable tourism within developing countries. The meeting is supposed to talk about a number of challenges on the nation's tourism and ways to enhance and develop some sustainable strategies. This event that will be held for 2…

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Safari Guidelines

Having made up your mind to spend your holiday on a safari in Tanzania, here are some guidelines on to the best way to prepare for your holiday. 1. Research about the people and wildlife of Tanzania prior to going. 2. Try to learn the local Kiswahili language as your efforts will be greatly appreciated. 3. Do not…

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How to get to Ruaha

How to get to Ruaha National Park Taking a Safari to Ruaha normally commences in the capital Dar es Salaam as the point of entry in the country is Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam. Usually you will be picked from the airport up by your tour operator who will also take care of…

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Ruaha Weather

Ruaha National Park Weather & Climate in general Ruaha is generally hot and dry. Its Temperatures do not vary so much all year round and this is basically because if tits location near the equator crossing.  All year round, the Nights are warm, and from October to March those are the warmest months while the coolest…

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Ruaha Birding

Birds of Ruaha National Park The great variety of birds in Ruaha is a purpose of its location that is transitional to East Africa's acacia savannah of miombo woodland belt in Southern Africa. This park features a checklist of about 450 birds. The crested barbet whose consistent trilling is a trait echo of the southern bush…

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Wildlife in Ruaha National Park

Other than the large rhino, all prime safari animals can be found here in large numbers. Lions normally sty in huge prides of at times over 20 individuals. In order to feed, they usually attack large animals such as buffaloes. Ruaha NP has an oddly high diversity of antelope species, such as most of the…

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How to get to Mahale

How to get to Mahale Mountains National Park Mahale isn’t the easiest or even the cheapest tourist destination to visit. Basing on your tour itinerary, the point of entrance into the country will be at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) found in Arusha city, or Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) in the capital city Dar es…

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Mahale Mountains Weather

Due to its location close to the equator, the climate of Mahale Mountains is warm and hot with high humidity. For most of the year, the weather remains the same. The evenings are usually warm, unlike the national parks found in the northern part of Tanzania, while the low temperatures drop to around 15°C or…

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Best time to visit Mahale

Best time to visit Mahale Mountains Excellent time is: July, August, September and October For good views you may visit in: June and May For fair views you may visit in: January, February, March, April, November and December You can  track chimpanzees throughout the entire year in Mahale Mountains National Park, however, possibilities of finding them are better as…

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Birding In Mahale

Birds in Mahale Mountains National Park There isn’t a proper study done on the birdlife of Mahale National Park, however a minimum of 230 bird species have been documented here at the moment. The majority of them are actually forest birds, that are challenging to see. This is particularly true because walking inside the forest…

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Mahale Mountains National Park

The most significant tourist attraction in the Mahale Mountains National Park is its resident population of chimpanzees. There are about 800 chimpanzees living inside this park, and close 60 of them have been habituated to receive human visitors. Your safari guide will lead you on a foot expedition along the trails in the forest as…

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How to get to Katavi

How to get to Katavi National Park The most ideal way to reach Katavi National Park is using the small chartered flights that commence from the town of Arusha or the capital city of Dar es Salaam. Basing on your safari itinerary, your point of entry into Tanzania will be Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) situated…

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Katavi Weather

The climate of Katavi is generally hot and it stays that way for the rest of the year since it is situated near the equator crossing. At night in Katavi it is quite different from other parks in the northern part of Tanzania, since they are normally warmer (approximately 20°C or 68°F). During the day,…

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Best Time To Visit Katavi

Best time to visit Katavi National Park Excellent time is: August, September and October and also you may visit in as well as. For fair views you may visit in: July However we do not recommend that you travel in November, December, January, February, March and April.   Katavi is a typical dry rural reserve. In the wet season…

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Birding In Katavi

Birds of Katavi National Park Katavi is frequently visited during the dry season however, this isn’t the most excellent time for bird watching, nonetheless the rivers support a large number of bird species associated with water including great flocks of storks such as the open-billed, yellow-billed plus the saddle-billed stork. There are also several raptors…

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Katavi Safari

In the dry season, large herds of buffaloes, zebras as well as impalas congregate with elephants plus waterbucks around the dried out water reserves of Lake Chada plus Lake Katavi. During this season, River Katuma is swarmed with hippos plus crocodiles and it is uniquely easy to see lions. Wildlife specials Katavi is not specifically known for…

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How to get to Gombe National Park

Gombe National Park is not among the easiest or even cheapest wildlife destinations to visit. The only possible way to arrive in the park is using a boat from the town of Kigoma. Basing on your itinerary, visitors might reserve their international flight into Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) situated in Arusha town or into Julius…

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Weather At Gombe

The weather condition in Gombe is generally warm or hot and also damp. Different from the game parks found in the northern part of the country, in Gombe the nights aren’t cold however it is comfortable throughout the entire year. The Daytime temperatures are approximately 26°C or 79°F and in the night it drops to…

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Best time to visit Gombe

Excellent time is: July, August, September and October For fair views you may visit in: May and June However we do not recommend that you travel in November, December, January, February, March and April. Tracking chimpanzees within Gombe National Park may be conducted all year round, however the chances of finding them easily is better close to…

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Birding In Gombe

Birds of Gombe National Park Gombe Stream has nearly 200 species of bird listed. The majority of them are actually forest birds, that are quite challenging to see, especially since guests are not allowed to walk in the forest without guide, and yet most of the guided walks are focused on chimpanzees. The lake shore…

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Gombe National Park

Gombe National Park’s main attraction is the Gombe Stream whose surround area is home to the habituated chimpanzee groups. There are approximately 100 chimpanzees within this small park. Your safari guide will lead you, on foot, down the forest trails as you search for them. On finding them, you will be allowed to spend an…

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How to get to Lake Manyara National Park

It is just a couple of people that safari only to Lake Manyara National Park and this is because the park is among the wildlife parks that make up Tanzania’s northern Safari Circuit. Usually most of the safaris on this circuit begin in Arusha city. The most recommended option to reach Arusha town is to…

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Best Time To Visit Lake Manyara National in Tanzania

Best time to visit Lake Manyara NP Excellent time is: June, July, August, September and October For good views you may visit in: November, December, January and February For fair views you may visit in: March, April and May Game viewing within Lake Manyara National Park is excellent  all year round, but the best views can be enjoyed  from…

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Birding in Lake Manyara National Park

Birds of Lake Manyara National Park Lake Manyara national park offers a great introduction to the fascinating birdlife of Tanzania. Over 400 bird species have been documented in the park. Also for a tourist visiting for the first time to Africa can actually expect to see about 100 species of birds in just a single…

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How to get to Selous Game Reserve

The majority of safaris i Selous are actually fly-in packages beginning in Dar es Salaam. Point of entry into Tanzania is the Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR ) found on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam. Normally, you will be picked up from the airport, and he will handle all your other ground operations plus…

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When To Visit Selous Game Reserve

Best time to visit Selous Excellent time is: June, July, August, September and October For good views you may visit in: November and December For fair views you may visit in: January, February and May However we do not recommend that you travel in March and April. Game viewing within the Selous Game Reserve is at its best from late…

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Birding Trips in Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania

Birds in Selous Game Reserve With more than 440 bird species that have been recorded inside the park, the Selous is a wonderful place for bird watching. The most eye-catching habitats of birds in this reserve are the islands, channels, sandbanks plus lagoons, together with mighty River Rufiji. A great way to watch the bird…

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Selous Game Reserve Safari Tanzania

  Selous Game reserve is actually one of Tanzania’s prided game reserves thanks to its undisturbed eco-system that made it a UNESCO World heritage site in 1982. The reserve is part of the larger Selous eco-system that covers 90,000sq km that includes other Tanzania national parks such as Mikumi national park , forest reserves and managed…

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How to get to Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The majority of people visit this Ngorongoro Conservation Area as a continuation of a bigger safari itinerary that includes visiting other parks such as Serengeti. Easily, the conservation area is found on the way and is just a three hour drive on a tarred road connecting from the town of Arusha, which is the beginning…

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When To Visit Ngorongoro Crater

Best time to visit Ngorongoro Game viewing within the Ngorongoro Crater is excellent all year round. However the best time to visit the park is in the dry season which starts in June, then July, August and September since you can see several animals then. In Brief The best time to visit: June, then July, August and September Peak…

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Birding in Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Birds of Ngorongoro Conservation Area The Ngorongoro highlands together with the crater provide wonderful bird watching experience, with more than 500 species that have been recorded. The birdlife within the highland forest is very interesting. Some of the birds that you will be able to see here include: the white-eyed slaty flycatcher plus the Livingstone turaco.…

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How to get to Tarangire National Park

Usually the majority of guests that go into Tarangire do so as part of a longer safari itinerary. Tarangire National park is part of the well liked northern Safari Circuit of Tanzania and is mainly visited along with other parks such as Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti NP. Usually most of the safaris on this circuit…

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Birding in Tarangire National Park Tanzania

Tarangire is an amazing destination to watch birds as it has a bird list of over 500 bird species. Its swamps which are normally green all year round are the commonest breeding area for various species in the entire park. In addition it is home to several dry bird species in Tanzania at the margin…

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Wildlife Safaris in Tarangire National Park Tanzania

Tarangire is a wonderful national park to see the seasonal wildlife. During the dry months, River Tarangire River becomes a magnet for numerous migratory wild animals such as elephants, wildebeests, the prevalent elands, buffaloes, zebras, gazelles as well as hartebeests all in overwhelmingly large numbers. Lions as well can easily be seen at whatever time…

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How To Get To Serengeti National Park in Tanzania

The majority of safaris to the Serengeti start from the town of Arusha. The best option to get there is to fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) which is situated about 46km or 29miles from Arusha. It is also possible to fly into Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), just outside of Dar es Salaam, and…

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Best Time To Visit Serengeti National Park in Tanzania

Best Time to Visit Serengeti National Park Excellent time is: JUNE, JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, and OCTOBER Good time is: NOVEMBER, DECEMBER, JANUARY, and FEBRUARY Fair time is: MARCH, APRIL, and MAY   Best time to visit Serengeti Game  viewingwithin Serengeti National Park is great all year round, however particular areas are best at particular times. In the dry season which…

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What Birds To Watch In Serengeti National Park

Serengeti national Park hosts over 500 different types of birds that have been recorded and the larger Serengeti-Mara ecosystem is among Africa's Endemic Bird Areas, with 5 endemic bird species that cannot be seen in any other place, with have of these restricted to the Tanzanian side of this ecosystem. The Serengeti specials can easily be…

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How to get to Arusha National Park

Arusha NP is just 45 minutes drive from the town of Arusha. Actually most of the accommodation in the town is found along the road leading to the National Park. Because Arusha city is the beginning point of all the safari in the northern part of Tanzania, it is possible to include a tour to…

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What Animals To See in Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is without a doubt the finest national park in the whole of Tanzania. All year round large  herds of buffaloes, smaller herds of elephant plus giraffes, in addition to millions of antelopes including  elands, topi, impalas, kongoni as well as the Grant's gazelles. You will easily also see the 3 big cats. Lions…

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Best Time To Visit Arusha National Park

Best time to visit Arusha NP Excellent time is: June, July, August, September and October For fair views you may visit in: January, February, November and December However we do not recommend that you travel inMarch, April and May. Game viewing inside Arusha National Park is excellent all year round however best views are enjoyed during the dry season,…

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Birdwatching in Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park must be on each birdwatcher's itinerary for those doing a safari in Tanzania. More than 400 bird species have recorded in this really small wildlife park which stands out as an imposing count. Lake Momella is among the finest places in the whole of Tanzania to see various water birds such as:…

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Animals To See in Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park is the unique one among the game parks in the northern safari circuit of Tanzania. The park doesn't offer the expected wildlife which is commonly seen in the other parks. Among the Big 5 species, the commonly seen are buffaloes while lions plus rhinos are nor within the park. Its uniqueness and…

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Tanzania Safari Companies / Tour Operators – Our Members

Find a credible list of Tanzania safari companies or tour operators taking you to Ngorongoro crater, Serengeti National Park, Lake Manyara and Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Ways of choosing a safari company in Tanzania. Having a safari in Tanzania should be a success of a lifetime, however it can also go wrong in many…

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Tanzania Safari Tours

Tanzania is among the most visit African safari destinations and countries to visit on the African continent. The people are very hospitable and will welcome you with huge smiles beaming from their faces. The country prides in a beautiful landscape and the wildlife safari in Tanzania can be compared to none other across the entire…

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Kilimanjaro Trekking Companies & Tour Operators

Top 3 Companies Taking you for Kilimanjaro Trekking Climb Kili Zara Tours African Legends Tanzania   MOUNT KILIMANJARO Kilimanjaro is the highest snow capped mountain in Africa at 5,895 m above sea level regarded as the roof top of Africa. The upper slopes are protected as a National Park. Up to…

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Mount Meru

Hiking Kilimanjaro: Mount Meru Hiking This is a very striking volcano and ranks as one of Africa’s highest. There are more than 450 bird species on its bottom, as well as animals that have turned it into their home. These animals include, elephants, rhinos, white and black Columbus monkeys , duiker, baboons, warthogs not leaving out…

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Umbwe Route, Kilimanjaro

The Umbwe As the most challenging route, the Umbwe is a deservedly up scaled route to this mountain. On a short and very hilly pathway, is where the Umbwe route accesses the peak from the southern end directly? Following along the southern circuit, the route goes on all the way up to the top of the mountain…

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Marangu Route, Kilimanjaro

The measurements of physical fitness have to own a high level qualification in order for one to successfully hike the mountain. This is because most of the treks made on Mount Kilimanjaro are a bit challenging. It is rather a solid task to summit the mountain using the Marangu route but can as well be…

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Rongai Route Kilimanjaro

The Rongai-Route is so far the only Kilimanjaro-route that approaches the summit from the northern direction, just adjacent to the border with Kenya. Despite the fact that it is gaining recognition among hikers, the Rongai-Route has very few people that travel it. It is the perfect alternative for those searching for a route that is…

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Shira Route Kilimanjaro

The Shira Route Kilimanjaro The Shira route is yet another unique way that journeys you to the Kilimanjaro from the western direction. It is actually more or less the same as the Lemotho Route. In the actual sense, Shira used to be taken as the original route, while today; the alternate route is the Lemotho. At…

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