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.

So why is this African country so attractive?

Here are the answers to this question:

  • the largest population of mammals, and unique reserves (two of them are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List: Serengeti, Ngorongoro),
  • the most numerous migration on the planet occurs annually in the open spaces of the Ngorongoro, Serengeti and Masai Mara (Kenya) reserves,
  • a large selection of hotels and lodges from budget to luxury,
  • the opportunity to relax on the white beaches of Zanzibar, diving,
  • a unique opportunity to take a walk among wild chimpanzees in the Gombe and Mahale National Park,
  • the opportunity to climb Africa’s highest mountain Kilimanjaro Volcano,
  • unique cultural traditions of more than 100 ethnic groups, including colorful Masai,
  • good tourism infrastructure, political stability and security.

In a country where almost two-thirds of the land is reserved for nature reserves, we can say that safari it's a lifestyle.

Tanzania takes first place in the ranking of the best safari destinationsVotes are distributed as follows:

  • Tanzania 4.84;
  • Botswana 4.75;
  • Kenya 4.66;
  • Zambia 4,58;
  • South Africa 4,55;
  • Namibia 4.54;
  • Uganda 4, 16;
  • Zimbabwe 4, 14;

The rating is based on an analysis of 3061 reviews of tourists and expert reviews. More than 1000 people from 53 countries of the world took part in the vote. Also taken into account 756 review articles of such authoritative publications as Lonley Planet, Bradt, Footprint and others.


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Annual migration of antelopes and zebras

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.

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Northern Circle Parks


Serengeti is the quintessence of African wildlife: millions of animals inhabit these hilly shrouds. No wonder the Serengeti is a cult place for safari.
The landscapes of the park are majestic and diverse, endless plains, rivers, hills, rocky plateaus.
Serengeti National Park is located in the north-west of Tanzania between Ngorongoro and Lake Victoria, and covers an area slightly larger than the whole of Montenegro.
In the north, it borders the Kenya Masai Mara National Reserve.
This conservation area is one of the last areas on Earth where you can get a front row seat to watch a grandiose wildlife show - the ungulate migration, the largest on our planet.


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.


Zanzibar Island is diverse and amazing. Here, resting on the endless snow-white beaches, you can enjoy the virgin beauty of nature, the sound of the ocean, birdsong. Time on the island seemed to stop, giving the opportunity to experience a serene paradise vacation. The underwater world is replete with coral reefs, and the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean are famous for their diversity of inhabitants. You will find a fascinating journey and invaluable relaxation in solitude with nature. The choice of hotels on the island is huge, we will be happy to offer the one that suits your needs.
The capital of Zanzibar - Stone Town has not changed much over the past 200 years, its streets are like a mysterious maze drowning in the aroma of spices. There are sultan's palaces, cathedrals, ancient buildings in the Persian style, museums and places of slave trade. The city is under the protection of UNESCO. For lovers of outdoor activities there is plenty of entertainment and excursions.

South Ring Parks


Be one of the few travelers to Tanzania's largest national park, home to 10% of the world's lion population and countless other species of animals and birds. Tanzania's largest national park, but relatively unknown, only a few travelers visit it per year.
The park is named after the Ruaha River, which serves as a lifeline for animals in the dry season and forms the core of a much larger wild ecosystem with an area of ​​150,000 km2. The shores of Ruahi are a permanent hunting ground for lions, leopards, cheetahs, jackals, hyenas and rare and endangered African wild dogs that prey on water deer, impala and gazelle. It is a remote wilderness that offers an authentic and deep safari experience for those who know and those who have a special place in their hearts for Tanzania's safari parks.


This wild and unspoiled nature reserve in southern Tanzania boasts an alluring combination of abundant wildlife and diverse landscapes. Occupying an area of ​​ larger than Switzerland, Selous gives an exclusive safari experience. The safari here is always successful, with a large number of wild dogs, lions, leopards, elephants, buffalos and more than 400 species of birds. The real highlight of Selous is the variety of safari events available, which makes every day completely different from the next. Choose one of the traditional boat safaris to get closer to hippos, or walking safaris to take a slower approach to understanding the flora and fauna of Selous National Park


The golden meadows of northwestern Mikumi are a scene with a large concentration of mammals, birds and reptiles, impassable forests and mountains in the southeastern border with the huge Selus Park. Mikumi National Park is the closest National Park to Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar. As part of the Selous ecosystem, it benefits from the highest density of mammals throughout the conservation area. Mikumi also has a story, he is on one of the slave routes also used by Henry Morton Stanley in his epic explorations to find Livingston.
Large flocks of Nyasa antelopes, blue wildebeest, buffalo herds, graceful impala, zebras and giraffes walk in the park. Where there are large herds, there are always many predators waiting for dinner, including lions, leopards, rare wild dogs.

Rubondo Island, Lake Victoria

Explore Africa's largest island national park. The primeval equatorial forests of Rubondo Island on Lake Victoria, which occupy 90% of the island it is truly a pristine tropical paradise. Brightly colored birds and butterflies fly near the trunks of giant trees, here you can see more than 40 species of orchids. Elephants move through the forest like gray ghosts, and chimpanzee families live in the thick of the virgin forest. Papyrus swamps shelter secretive sitatunga, semi-aquatic antelopes that should be listed and must see any experienced safari traveler.
The protected waters of the Rubondo Island National Park are a breeding ground for the Nile Tilapia and the Nile perch, a huge predatory fish whose legendary status causes the fisherman to breathe faster. It is a rare privilege to set foot on Rubondo, this unique corner of Africa, which only a few happy travelers can enjoy.