National Parks

Serengeti National Park

ostriches on the serengetiSerengeti National Park is world famous for its beauty and untouched wildlife. Not only is it home to an incredibly diverse number of animals year round, it is also the setting for the largest animal migration on the planet. Each year over 1.5 million animals circle the East African region following the rains. Here is where you get a ringside seat for this incredible spectacle. Read More »

Ngorongoro Crater

flamingosNgorongoro Crater is about 12.5 miles wide, and one of the largest calderas in the world. Within its protective wall includes an incredible variety of animals and vegetation. This is really the only place you'll be able to see Rhinos up close (or as close as you will want to get to them). You can also see the resident lions, wildebeests, zebras, elephants and others. Read More »

Lake Manyara and the Great Rift Wall

hippo yawningLake Manyara is a perfect place to start any safari. It is not far from Moshi, on the way to the Serengeti, and provides some of the most stunning views of elephants, zebras, and African Buffalo as they make their way to the lake to drink. It's also famous for its tree climbing lions. Read More »

Lake Victoria

sageThe famous Lake Victoria is the world's second largest fresh water lake and the largest in Africa. The lake is located on Kenya-Uganda-Tanzanian border with over half of it lying In Tanzania. Read More »

Tarangire and the Game Drive

bird high atop acacia treeTarangire is a beautiful park with two large plains and a seasonal swamp in the south. It is well known for its exotic Baobab and Acacia trees, as well as a large variety of game such as zebras, elephants, giraffes, and waterbuck. Read More »

Arusha National Park

baboonFor those with only one or two days to do a safari, Arusha National Park is the most obvious choice. Located just 15 miles from Arusha. It is also the home of Mt. Meru, Tanzania’s second highest peak (14,980 ft). On clear days, excellent views of Mt. Meru and Mt. Kilimanjaro (19,340 ft), the highest peak in Africa, can be seen throughout the park. Read More »