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National Parks and Reserves of Tanzania
Each of Tanzania’s sixteen national parks offers up a unique experience, meaning that no two days on safari are ever the same.
This variety of landscapes really does let you design a safari experience that is perfect for you. While many prefer the comfort and ease of a classic safari across the Serengeti or through dusty Tarangire, others might prefer to stretch their legs with a guided walking safari or get really adventurous with some climbing and canoeing.
Visit famous national parks of Tanzania – Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tarangire National Park, Kilimanjaro National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, …
Wildlife of Tanzania
Tanzania can boast 20% of Africa’s large mammal population, a stunning number that you will soon realise is no exaggeration.
The plains of the Serengeti literally teem with wildlife, and you can expect to see hundreds of zebra, wildebeest, giraffes, impala, and more as you travel.
The National Parks of Tanzania offer an unparalleled wildlife viewing experience in which the Great Migration is the crown jewel. The massive herd movement of wildebeest, zebra, and other animals is one of the greatest spectacles not only in Africa – but in the world.
The safari experience in the country offers visitors the opportunity to not only track the elusive Big 5 (the lion, leopard, Cape buffalo, rhinoceros, and elephant), but to also see countless other animals both big and small. Bird-watchers and insect investigators will find that Tanzania doesn’t slack in these departments either.
A climb to Mount Kilimanjaro can be made through the whole year but the best weather conditions are from November to March and from June to October.
Actually Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the easiest climbs among the most famous mountains in the world. Anyone who is fit and healthy enough can reach the summit withthe help of porters and guides.
A climb to Mount Kilimanjaro can be made through the whole year but the best weather conditions are from November to March and from June to October, since the conditions then are at its warmest and clearest.
Safaris in Tanzania
Let’s be honest, the main reason you’ve travelled to Tanzania is for the opportunity to go on safari and see some of Africa’s most fascinating wildlife.
The standard way to go on safari is in a comfortable 4WD vehicle to do all of the work for you. With room for your phones to charge and a packed picnic lunch to keep you fed while you snap photos or gaze with admiration, Shadows of Africa offers you the best way to see the best of Africa in complete comfort and safety.
For those wanting a change of pace however, there are a number of other ways to go on safari including night game drives, balloon safaris over the Serengeti, walking safaris, horseback or camelback safaris, canoe safaris, cycling safaris, or even the increasingly popular golf safari option.
All of African Impact safaris can be combined with a range of different styles of accommodation. From camping out under the stars to all of the pampering you can handle in a five star luxury lodge, check out our accommodation options page for more information.