There are many national parks across the African continent to go on Tanzania safari tours, but why are some more famous than others? Is it easier to see animals? Where to see the Big Five ? We know that there is nothing written about tanzania to learn this here now but, when it comes to knowing which safaris in Africa are more likely to see wildlife, the data leads us to the following natural parks and countries. Here is a selection of safaris in Africa most in demand by our travelers !!
THE PARKS TO ENJOY THE BEST SAFARIS IN AFRICA !!
SERENGUETI NATIONAL PARK - TANZANIA
A safari in the Serengeti National Park is a sure success. It is considered by experts as one of the best places in the world to see wildlife and a privileged place to start in the world of Tanzania safari tours. Its extensive plains are populated with all kinds of fauna and it is very easy to see them from cars. Depending on the time of year, you can come across the great migration , a unique nature spectacle in the world where millions of animals circle Kenya and Tanzania in search of grass and water.
NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA - TANZANIA
The possibilities offered by the African continent for Tanzania safari tours are many, but if we have to talk about a special place, that is the Ngorongoro Conservation Area . Known as the Garden of Eden is Masai territory and crossing with its shepherds on safaris is the most normal thing. In addition, this spectacular corner of the world, shelters the largest stable population of wildlife in Africa. The reason is the constant presence of water, Lake Magadi, is the source of life for the caldera of the extinct volcano. Here, seeing the big five is practically guaranteed on our 4 × 4 safaris .
MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE - KENYA
Who has not heard of the Masai Mara? It may be one of the most recommended places for Tanzania safari tours. Kenya has been one of the pioneers of the continent for betting on sustainable tourism and taking advantage of its natural resources, fauna and unique landscapes. And with them, the best-known tribe in Africa, the Masai , have made the Masai Mara a mandatory experience. Along with Tanzania, they are the only two places in the world where you can experience first-hand the passage of the Great Migration.
DELTA DEL OKAVANGO - BOTSWANA
If there is one thing that characterizes the Okavango Delta, it is its only ecosystem in the world. A river, the Okavango, that does not flow into the sea, does so in the Kalahari desert, giving rise to one of the most fascinating landscapes on the planet. Wetlands, meanders, islands, coexist with thousands of animals. Botswana is a paradise for elephants and the rest of the Big Five. The safaris here are very varied, by boat, on foot, by jeep but there is one that the traveler has to do if or if he has a safari in mokoro . All travelers rate it as UNMATCHED.
If you want to see elephants you have to go to Chobe. 11,000 km of park and the highest density of elephants in Africa, this is one of the main claims of the Chobe National Park. A park, nestled in the Kalahari desert that can be practically traveled by boat on the Chobe river and invites you to enjoy the fauna in all its splendor. There are many ways to go on safaris in Africa and by boat it is one of the most suitable for wetlands. All facilities to see elephants, crocodiles, hippos, buffalo, giraffes, and all kinds of birds.
VOLCANO NATIONAL PARK
We are going to Tanzania safari tours, in Central Africa, the paradise of primates. Its vast and lush vegetation have made that country, along with Uganda, home to endangered species such as mountain gorillas or golden monkeys. A unique safari through impenetrable tropical forests, such as the Bwindi Forest, where gorilla trekking takes place , a unique experience.
ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK - NAMIBIA
We move to a different ecosystem, the arid lands of Namibia . A trip to film landscapes inhabited by ancestral tribes. Etosha safaris are very different from other safaris in Africa. It is one of the few places in the world to see animals in a semi-desert ecosystem. It is common to see large groups of animals drinking in the park's ponds.