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Tanzania Northern Circuit safari

Kili Footprints / Tanzania Northern Circuit safari

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Tanzania Northern Circuit Safaris : Tanzania is renowned as the world’s premier wildlife safari destination, with four wildlife safari tourism circuits, each with its own distinct beauty and appeal. Tanzania, being one of the most famous tourist destinations, has 22 national parks spread around the country, giving visitors to Tanzania the opportunity to experience a variety of activities rather than focusing on just one safari circuit. These circuits include the northern circuit, the southern circuit, the western circuit, and the eastern safari circuit, with the northern Tanzania safari circuit being the most exciting and well-developed for tourism. Other circuits are also well-developed, but they cannot compete with the northern circuit.

Tanzania luxury safariTanzania’s well-known “Northern Circuit” safari, which includes national parks, wildlife reserves, conservation areas, and gorgeous lodgings, offers some of the world’s most diverse safari experiences.

The most southerly tourist destination in this diversified and spectacular safari region is Tarangire National Park. Safari goers will also have access to a number of other iconic parks and major tourist attractions, including the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Oldupai Gorge, Lake Natron, and Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano, Mount Meru, Arusha National Park, and Lake Manyara, all of which are located within a relatively small geographical area. In summary, Tanzania’s northern safari circuit is home to six well-known national parks that are adjacent to one another and offer a variety of attractions, making it easy to combine a tourist package amongst them. Kilimanjaro National Park, Arusha National Park, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and the famous Serengeti National Park are among the Tanzania northern circuit national parks.

Kilimanjaro National Park

This is one of Tanzania’s northern safari parks, located just a few kilometers from Kilimanjaro International Airport, Arusha, and on the other side of the Kenyan border. Kilimanjaro National Park is one of Tanzania’s most beautiful gems. The park is famed for having the reputed largest mountain in Africa and the largest free-standing peak in the world, the Kilimanjaro Mountains, which are adorned by the colorful neighboring woods. It was first gazzeted as a game reserve and later a forest reserve in 1921. The area was designated as a national park in 1973 and a UNESCO world heritage site in 1987 due to its exceptional conservation and scenic importance.

The northern Tanzania safari circuit of Mount Kilimanjaro offers hikers the opportunity to put their physical ability to the test by taking on the hiking challenge of Africa’s highest mountain. The Mount Kilimanjaro climbing takes from 8 days to reach the uhuru peak which is the mountain highest peak. Machame, Lemosho, Umbwe, and the northern circuit routes are only a few of the mountain climbing routes, Tanzania Northern Circuit Safaris.

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Arusha National Park day trip

Arusha National Park

This is another of Tanzania’s northern safari circuit parks located just a few kilometers from Arusha town. It is a popular day trip destination for travellers planning to embark on lengthier northern circuit safaris from Arusha town. All of Mt. Meru’s slopes, summit, and ash cone, the Momella Lakes, Ngurdoto Crater, and the rich highland forests that coat its lower slopes are part of this small national park. A safari at Arusha National Park is a fantastic way to begin a Tanzania safari tour in Tanzania’s north. It’s a lovely park to visit on a day trip from Arusha city. You will visit the “little Serengeti,” an area where big herds of giraffes and buffalo are frequently seen.

The shady mountain forest is also home to curious blue monkeys, colorful turacos and trogons, and the acrobatic black-and-white colobus monkey, all of which can be seen here. The picturesque Ngurdoto Crater, with its sheer cliff walls surrounding a large swampy bottom with herds of buffalo and warthog, is located in the heart of the forest in this national park.

Tarangire Game Reserve

It is noted for having the largest elephant herd in the world. Tarangire’s distinctive skyline, framed by the broad branches of large baobab trees, is the setting for great game watching, particularly during the peak season’s dry months. During the dry season, its wetlands dry out into lush grassy fields, attracting large herds of elephants, buffalo, antelope, and other plains game. Predators such as lions and other predators are commonly seen. Aside from the increased population of larger mammals, particularly elephants, Tarangire Park is home to approximately 500 bird species, including some that are exclusive to Tanzania.

Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area

Together with the Serengeti National Park, it is home to a greater number of animals in Tanzania’s northern safari circuit. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is home to many attractions, including the Big Five and the world’s largest crater with unbroken walls. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area stretches across extensive swaths of highland grasslands, savanna, savanna woods, and forests. Wildlife coexists alongside semi-nomadic Maasai pastoralists performing traditional livestock grazing in this multi-use reserve, which was established in 1959. Other notable sites in Ngorongoro include the Empakai crater, the Ol Doinyo Lengai Mountain, and the Oldupai Gorge, Tanzania Northern Circuit Safaris.

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara national park is another significant feature and tourist destination on Tanzania’s northern safari circuit, located just outside the Ngorongoro conservation area and on the way to Ngorongoro. The groundwater forest, for example, is home to many wild creatures, including bigger mammals such as buffalo, zebra, and gazelles, as well as tiny mammals and a variety of bird species.

The Lake Manyara national park is also home to the lake Manyara, which is a popular place for seeing various wildlife, as well as flamingos. The tree climbing lions of Lake Manyara are more famous, although they are rarely seen. If you’re lucky, you’ll see and experience them during your visit to this northern circuit Tanzania Park. Some of the tourism activities available in the Lake Manyara national park include canoeing, game drives, and walking safaris.

The Serengeti National Park

It is one of the most recognized national parks in the world, with a diverse range of animals. The Serengeti National Park is another park in Tanzania’s northern safari circuit, and it is Tanzania’s oldest national park, with the world’s oldest ecosystem. The Serengeti National Park is noted for having the world’s highest concentration of wild animals, including predators and prey. Also, the great wildebeest migration, which begins in the Ndutu area near the Ngorongoro conservation area in January and February when the wildebeest give birth, then proceeds to the centre, crossing the Mara and Grumeti rivers on their way to Kenya’s Maasai Mara.

Mkomazi National Park

Mkomazi National Park is a magnificent national park in northern Tanzania. Remote and originally difficult to reach, it was founded in 1951. It never received the needed financial support like the other parks. And its true importance was only recognized in 1989.

Today Mkomazi National Park is easily accessible and is a truly spectacular wilderness! In the northwest, you can see Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. And in the south the Pare and Usambara mountains create a dramatic backdrop. To the north, Kenya’s Tsavo National Park borders the Mkomazi National Park. These two parks form one of the largest and most important protected ecosystems. They provide a common base for herds of elephants, oryx and zebras. Mkomazi is located on the southern tip of the Sahel. It has a classic arid area with gray-green nyika bush, old baobab trees, and isolated rocky hills. In other places the scrub seas give way to savannah forests with umbrella acacias and mbugas – flat grassland valleys.

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