Where is the best safari in Tanzania?
Tanzania best safari parks waiting for you! With its scenic landscapes ranging from the peaks of Mt. Kilimanjaro to the beaches of Zanzibar, there are endless opportunities and places to discover. If you want to experience the Serengeti Great Migration, this would be the best place to start. Thereafter, the Ngorongoro crater is one of the country’s best parks with extraordinary wildlife and a unique history being an intact caldera. From bush life adventures to the amazing beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania has everything to offer!
The diversity and abundance of Tanzania’s wildlife remains to be one of the most captivating in the entire world and displays a great deal of game drives all throughout the year. It is home to more than 4 million wild animals, making it the largest concentration of animals per square meter in the world. Besides the ‘Big Five’, consisting of lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo, Tanzania also holds the largest elephant concentration in East Africa. Additionally, it is the primary home of the world-famous tree-climbing lions in Lake Manyara National Park. With such an exotic wildlife, Tanzania is certainly an outstanding African adventure destination, and Kili Footprints are ready to take you on a journey you will never forget!
Where to go in Tanzania’s Northern Circuit
A northern Tanzania safari should be on everyone’s bucket list. The Serengeti National Park’s Great Migration is one of the most amazing wildlife spectacles in the world, whilst safari on the Ngorongoro Crater floor of the extinct volcano is a game viewing environment that has no equivalent in the world. Towering above it all is Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest freestanding mountain and arguably Africa’s toughest challenge. Away from the tourist hotspots, quieter parks such as Tarangire National Park offer superb opportunities for experiencing wildlife, but are often overlooked by their more famous Tanzania best safari parks
Where to go in Tanzania’s Southern Circuit
A Southern Tanzania Safari is highly regarded by safari enthusiasts for a number of reasons. First, the game viewing – these areas offer a good variety and density of animals, an interesting crossover of eastern and southern Africa species, and plenty of predator action. In addition, open-sided safari vehicles enhance the viewing experience, in contrast to the closed-sided vehicles used in the north.
Where to go in Tanzania’s Western Circuit
Western Tanzania’s uncharted territory is relatively undiscovered and still boasts some of the largest herds of animals in Africa. Totally off the beaten track, it takes five hours to reach any part of Western Tanzania, but once you are there the the reward of beauty, wildlife and untouched nature is spectacular. Kili Footprints can offer tracking chimpanzees in the Mahale mountains and Gombe Stream National Parks, or experienzing huge herds of buffalo and elephant in Katavi National Park.