Safaris in world famous reserves, the warm Indian Ocean and the beaches of Zanzibar, trekking and climbing the Kilimanjaro volcano, fishing on Lake Victoria and Tanganyika, huge herds of animals making annual migration - all this can be obtained by going on a trip to Tanzania.
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Annual migration of antelopes and zebras this is the drama of life and death, lurking predators, happy salvations, this is the roar of hooves of 1.2 million wildebeests and 200,000 zebras. Ungulates make their circular cycle, moving in the wake of rains and fresh pastures from the Serengeti to Masai Mara and vice versa, this cycle never stops. Wildebeest migration is the largest mammalian migration on our planet. Hundreds of thousands of animals walk along the Serengeti and Masai Mara valleys, crossing rivers and covering hundreds of kilometers on the way to fresh pastures. In order to see the grandiose spectacle of nature, many choose tours to Kenya and Tanzania from August to November, when the show reaches its climax. Therefore, the emphasis in the programs is on a longer stay in the Serengeti park. For those who, after a safari, want to relax on the ocean, the beaches of Mombasa and Zanzibar are offered.
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that takes its name from the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera, formed two to three million years ago. About 25,000 large animals live in the natural amphitheater of nature, formed by a 300 km2 crater. It is believed that here the highest density of predators per square meter. He has recently been recognized as one of Africa's seven new natural wonders.
Tarangire is a park for those who want to step a little further from the beaten track to find themselves in truly wilderness. Tarangire National Park boasts large herds of elephants and buffaloes, as well as a wonderful concentration of big cats and is one of the best national parks in Tanzania. African wild dogs, kudu, Oryx and Gerenuk, rarely found in other parks in the Northern District, can also be found here, along with perhaps the best variety of birds in Africa. More than 550 species are attracted by its vibrant swamps. In the dry season from August to October, Tarangir has the largest number of mammals from all known Tanzania national parks.
Rich in game and one of Tanzania’s small wildlife enclaves, Lake Manyara National Park is a great place. The park has several natural areas. The lake’s waters cover two-thirds of the park, while the rest of Manyara’s ecosystem consists of high mountain slopes, flowering marshes, dense forests, wide grassy areas and hot springs.
It’s considered to be special luck to see the famous Manyari climbing on trees in Lviv. Another highlight of the park forest elephants, which can only be seen here. Stop by the lake to admire various species of birds, including seeing pink flamingos. Here you can always see large flocks of baboons and giraffes. Of ungulate wildebeests frolic on the lake, and massive buffalos with impressive horns revel in oozing silty shallows. The elusive leopard and the Cape otter catch the eye of some happy people.