Tanzania is the place where nature surrounds you with exuberance. Every minute offers the chance to mingle with different wildlife. The colourful chirping birdlife, rising sun, the flood of green grassland and the welcoming methods of the Tanzanians will leave you in wonder.
Serengeti National Park is the oldest and most popular national park in Tanzania. It is additionally a World Heritage Site.
Arusha National Park is the oldest and most popular national park in Tanzania. It is addiArusha National Park is the nearest park
Tarangire National Park occupies an area of 2,600 square kilometres and is a stunning park in Northern Tanzania.
Lake Manyara is one of the littlest national parks in Tanzania, and presumably most misjudged of all. Regardless of ailing in size
Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak and one of the heavenly sights of the continent. It comprise of three fundamental volcanic pinnacles,
Occupying some of 3200 square miles, Ngorongoro Conservation Area lies in the north of Tanzania. In 1979 it was officially declared a World UNESCO heritage site.
Spreading over an area of 75,000 square kilometres (47,000 square mile) tract of wilderness Mikumi National Park is Tanzania’s fourth-largest national park.
Sited at the heart of Tanzania, Ruaha National Park belongs to the southern circuit. Ruaha is a major and wild park toward the West of the Selous Game Reserve,
Nyerere National park is a hidden gem located in Southern Tanzania. Being home to elephant, wild dog, buffalo, hippo, crocodile and fantastic pride of lion,
Covering a total area of 2000 square km Udzungwa Mountain National Park, the biodiversity of this park is by far one of Tanzania’s most special characteristics.
Covering an area of 1,613 sq km (623 sq miles), Mahale Mountain National Park is located in the remote western part of Tanzania.
Katavi National Park is the oldest and most popular national park in Tanzania. It is addiKatavi National Park is the nearest park to Arusha.
Saadani National Park is a splendid place to cherish both bush and beach. It’s the only national park of East Africa touching the borders of Indian Ocean.
Covering an area of 52 sq km (20 sq miles), Gombe Stream National Park is located on the north-eastern shoreline of Lake Tanganyika near the border with Burundi.