Amazing Safari Tours in the World: Tanzania Safari Tours
Tanzania, is one of the most loved safari destinations, in Africa. It has wildlife viewing out of this world. One can find big cats very quickly and can be attractive to watch. Various Tanzanian parks and reserves are home to the Big Five present in the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. Big Five originally refers to the difficulty in hunting the lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, and African buffalo. These five large African mammal species are dangerous and brought home by the trophy hunters. Here are some of the significant visits are as follows:
Visit Arusha City:
Arusha is a good starting point for Tanzania Safari Tours. It lies below Mount Meru on the eastern edge of the Great Rift Valley’s eastern branch, Arusha is a city in north-eastern Tanzania and Arusha Region’s capital. Having a temperate climate, Arusha is one of the most beautiful places in that region. It has a mild climate and is also worth spending a few days in the city.
Tarangire National Park:
One of the many seasonal parks in northern Tanzania lies the Tarangire National Park, with a lot of migratory movement within the greater Tarangire ecosystem. Though it is crowded, June and October are the best time to visit as the large herds of animals are attracted to the famous Tarangire River. The weather is also dry during that time and makes the visit quite enjoyable. There is an incredible concentration of elephants in the park during the dry season. Baobab trees also prove to be one of the attractions.
Tarangire has a fractured Wet season (November to May) when there are light showers. There are heavier rainfalls from March through May.
The lake originates from the Southern EwasoNg’iro River, which rises in central Kenya. A shallow, less than three meters deep, and varies in width depending on its water level. There is irregular seasonal rainfall in the surrounding areas during December and May. The pleasant lake serves as one of the most attractive sights in the Tanzania Safari Tours.
Lake Manyara National Park:
It is a small park at the base of the Rift Valley escarpment. Lake Manyara park’s groundwater forest offers a nice change of scenery from the more savannah parks. The park is known for tree-climbing lions; however, it is tough to see them. Elephants are prolific and are the main attraction. This lake usually acts as one of the ending sights of the safari tours.
Almost 40% of Tanzania is protected and set aside for conservation. For a fortnight, it is easy and covers most of the Tanzanian Safari. Driving from the park while rarely leaving the bush is one of the best things tourists love to do. There are many travel companies and guides who provide day wise visits to the Tanzanian Safari. It includes a lot of sightseeing and visiting beautiful places.