Nestling at the base of the Great Rift Valley, the park is renowned for the tree-climbing lions and the huge herds of elephant and buffalo, also hippos, monkeys and profusion of birds, over 400 species.
It’s called the eighth wonder of the world. It’s the largest caldera in the world ( 260 sq km – 100 sq miles) around 25 000 animals live in the crater throughout the year. Archeological site and museum.
Almost 1,5 million wildebeest along with thousands of zebra and gazelle undertake the annual migration searching for new pastures in the Serengeti ecosystem.December to May in the south, June to October in the north and the western corridor. Serengeti comes from the Maasai “ siringet” meaning “ endless plain”.
During the dry season, the Tarangire river attracts high concentration of animals- elephant, wildebeest, buffalo, oryx, followed by predators. Spectacular acacia forest and huge baobab trees.
19,340 ft. - 5,895m The roof of Africa, There are several ways to reach the top: Marangu the most popular, Machame, Rongai, Lemosho, Umbwe.
The largest African Reserve – Ideal for boat safaris, walking safaris with a ranger and game viewing in open 4 wheel drive.
West of Selous, in the centre of the country, Ruaha is the second largest park. Huge concentration of animals on the banks of the Great Ruaha River, herds of elephants, prides of lions, Great Kudus, hippos and crocodiles on sandbanks.
Located along the rift escarpment in western Tanzania, it offers incredible scenery and is the heart of one of the biggest and richest wildlife areas in Tanzania
Located on the shore of Lake Tanganyika, the main interest is Chimpanzee tracking in the forest.