You Should Visit Tanzania?
Tanzania offers a classic African Safari Tour in its major National parks with excellent wildlife watching experiences and a variety of activities to do. The top Tanzania Safari activity is wildlife watching in the northern safari circuit parks and reserves of Serengeti, Manyara, Tarangire and Ngorongoro Crater and in the southern safari circuit parks of Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park.
Other Tanzania Safari tour activities include tracking the chimpanzees in Gombe National Park on the shores of Lake Tanganyika and Kilimanjaro Mountain climbing among other minor activities like cultural tours in the Massai Village and the remarkable Hot Air Balloon Safari.
What’s a wildlife Safari Tour in Tanzania like?
Tanzania is arguably one the best wildlife viewing destination in the world with the northern circuit the main focus of attention in parks like Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater. These parks provide excellent wildlife viewing opportunities for tourists though some are seasonal.
All in all, a Tanzania Safari tour experience is a unique one with a mixture of adventure and cultural interactions.
What are the Popular Tanzania Safari Destinations
Tanzania features a number of reserves and National parks in the North, West and South of the country but the most popular parks and reserves among tourists for an ultimate safari experience are the Norhern Curcuit parks of Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire and Manyara.
Serengeti National Park is arguably the ultimate African safari park famously known for being home to the world’s largest concentration of predators and the Great Wildebeest Migration. To fully explore the Serengeti, we recommend you take on the 4 days Serengeti safari You may also combine a Serengeti Safari tour with visits to Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire, Manyara, Zanzibar or with a Gorilla Trek encounter.
Ngorongoro Crater is home to the Big Five animals and surrounding Ngorongoro Highlands inhabit the are colorful Masai homesteads and rolling coffee fields.
Lake Manyara is famous for being home to the flamingos and the tree climbing lions
Tarangire National Park is famous for walking safaris and the large number of Elephants. The Tarangire can be a great add on to a safari tour in the Serengeti or the Ngorongoro Crater.
What is Best Time to Go A On Tanzania Safari Tour?
Tanzania safari Tours can be done all year around but the dry Months of June, July, August, September all through to October are regarded as the best time to go on a Tanzania safari tour since there are high wildlife visibility chances due to short grass. If you like to avoid crowds, the rainy Months of March and April are the best Months for you to go on a Tanzania Safari Tour.
On the other hand, the best time to go on a Tanzania safari is determined by your safari interests. For example, if the main reason for your Tanzania Safari Tour is watching the wildebeest migration, then you have to visit Tanzania during the Months of June to September.
What is the cost of a Tanzania safari Tour?
The average cost of a Tanzania safari tour is 500$ per person per day depending on the number people traveling, the type of accommodation between budget, mid-range and luxury and the mode of transportation between road drive and flight.
The cost of a Tanzania Safari will be very too low if you travel in a group, sleep in low budget accommodation and use road transportation among other factors.
At Engabi Tours and Travel we have partnership with safari lodges and have access to exclusive deals that aren’t available anywhere else. Contact us for an affordable luxury and budget Tanzania Safari Packages and offers.
What type of accommodation Can You Expect on a Tanzania safari?
Tanzania National Parks and game reserves are home to a wide range of accommodation option including basic public campsites, luxury tented camps and lodges that provide a complete disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the city setting offering an unparalleled level of calmness, luxury and service.
Is It Safe to Go On a Tanzania Safari?
It is safe to go on Tanzania Safari as the country has not faced any major insurgency or armed conflict. Safaris in Tanzania take place in the most remote areas of the country which are meant for conservation and are well protected. On the other hand, you will find a lot of petty crime in major cities like Dar es Salaam and Arusha hence a need to be vigilant and not to walk alone while in these major towns and cities.
What is The Best Time to See the Wildebeest Migration Experience in Serengeti?
The Great Wildebeest Migration is a unique event that occurs annually when over 3 million grazers circle the Serengeti park in search of new pastures. The herds movement is seasonal for travelers
The best times to see Serengeti Wildebeest Migration is when they are most concentrated in particular areas across the Serengeti.
From late May to Late June the migration can be seen in Western Serengeti as the Wildebeest cross the Grumeti River towards Northern Serengeti.
From July to September through to October the dramatic wildebeest migration can be watched in Northern Tanzania with the Mara River Crossing as the Major highlight.
Calving season is in full swing in February, and this is the perfect time to see the herds in all their glory as they congregate in their thousands on the endless plains of the south. Only in February can you be certain of seeing the herds if you remain where they are expected to be, as they still congregate in the Ndutu plains at this time of year.