Best Safari Destinations In Tanzania

Tanzania is the land of the untamed and has been the ultimate safari destination for its startling array of adventure fixes. Acclaimed as the “Best safari destination in Africa”, by industry experts and safari travellers from around the world, Tanzania has been adding to its fan base with every passing. As home to 20% of Africa’s mammal biomass and second largest species of birds Tanzania will captivate you with its smorgasbord of diversity

Do you know the main reason for Tanzania being voted as the best safari destination? It’s the famed two of  Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro crater.

Home of the endless plains, the Serengeti National Park is home to some unprecedented wildlife proving the most exhilarating game drive experience with opportunities to spot wildlife. Beyond the Big 5, and the Masaai kopjes, the UNESCO world heritage site has the largest concentration of plain animals – 4 million and 500 species of birds.

The natural amphitheater of Ngorongoro cater is the stuff of dreams. A UNESCO heritage site, the largest unbroken caldera in the world is an enormous 25km crater providing sanctuary to 30,000 mammals- including the Big 5. Olduvai Gorge, remember this name. The site is of great paleontological significance is home to some of the world’s oldest human remains – including a 1.75 million-year-old skull – which has shaped our understanding of evolution.

Tanzania with nearly 1200 birds’ species has the second highest avifauna wealth in the continent and Lake Manyara National Park is an ideal spot do some bird watching. The raging flamingos teeming the alkaline Manyara Lake. Nearly 380 species of birds have been recorded in these lake, forests, shrub, and grasslands. For the record, it is also the place of the famous tree climbing lions.

Tarangire National Park with its huge density of wildlife park offers a great spectacle of predators and prey locked in a life and death struggle. Swarming herds of elephants along with along fringe-eared oryx and gerenuk antelope give a special charm to the semi-arid landscaped bathed in silvery baobab trees. Home to 4 of the big 5