Tanzania Birding Safari

Tanzania Birding Safari

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With the huge, well-preserved wilderness areas and plains full with the game, the vast landscapes of Tanzania imitate a paradise for animal and bird lovers.

With the coming of rains, the landscapes display a remarkable palate of colors, from the fresh green grass to the red sands, to the billowing black afternoon thunderstorm clouds. Almost every night, the epic skies of Tanzania offer an amazing orange and red mix-colored sunset.

Birds are seen in full breeding regalia, and watching the long-tailed, testosterone-laden widows and black, red, and yellow bishops crazily displaying and chasing each other is a major highlight.

Tanzania holds the largest species lists of birds as compared to any other African country: over 1,100, of which over 800 species are resident, and nearly 200 are regular migrants. Migrants are good to view from November to April.

Some of the most graceful birds are:

  • Bar-tailed trogon
  • Brown-breasted barbet
  • Brown-necked parrot
  • Chestnut-fronted helmet-shrike
  • Golden-breasted starling
  • Green-headed oriole
  • Hartlaub's turaco
  • Lappet-faced vulture
  • Livingstone’s flycatcher
  • Long-tailed fiscal
  • Marsh tchagra
  • Pale-billed hornbill
  • Pallid honeyguide
  • Secretary bird
  • White-headed mousebird

Tour Details

Tanzania has the best cultural tour experience, Safari experience enabling one to view wildlife and historical sites. The wildlife, landscapes and the cost of East Africa with its Islands are both stunning and breathtaking and we are experts at providing you with our service at a high quality made possible by a team of well trained, experienced and skilled in this field.


Day:1 Moshi To Tarangire National Park +
Day 2: Tarangire National park— Serengeti National park+
Day 3: Central—- North Serengeti +
Day 4: North Serengeti +
Day 5: Ngorongoro Conservation Area: +
Day 6: Moshi +

Include And Exclude


  • Safari guide
  • Safari chef
  • Park fees/VAT
  • Drinking water
  • Camping fees
  • Food
  • Camping equipment ( sleeping tents, sleeping mattress)
  • Transport ( pop roof land cruisers)


  • Alcohol beverages
  • Tips ( gratitude)
  • Medical insurance
  • Personal belongings


Tanzania Safari Preparation

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