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Tanzania Safari Destinations - Nationals Wildlife Parks, Game Reserves and Conservation Areas

A charming and often over-looked park within easy reach of the centre of Arusha, this park offers an ideal day-trip, good walking  and excel

Lying in a shallow depression at the base of the western wall of the eastern arm of the Rift Valley, Lake Manyara typically shimmers in a lilac and gold heat  haze, so

One of the most popular and accessible of Tanzania’s national parks, Mikumi lies in the lee of the Uluguru Mountains and is dominated by th

Close to the northern city of Arusha is the majestic snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro which, at 5,896m above sea level, is not only the highest moun

Often referred to as ‘the eighth wonder of the world’ the Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa’s best-known wildlife arenas. A Wo

A pristine and largely undiscovered wilderness, the 12,950 square-kilometre Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s second-largest park. An unfor

The spectacular Selous Reserve is the largest expanse of game reserve in Africa. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is four times the size of the

The Serengeti, whose Maasai name ‘Siringet’

Tarangire, named after the Tarangire River which runs through it, is an arid haven, peppered with ancient baobab trees, towering termite mounts, and home to huge herds of ele