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Tanzania Safari Guide


Tanzania Safari - Itineraries & Prices

Tanzania is one of Africa’s top safari destinations, offering unparalleled wildlife Safari viewing experiences in East Africa Tanzania. All members of the Big Five—lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo—can be found in various parks and reserves, with the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park being prime locations. The country's diverse landscapes, including Tarangire and Ruaha National Parks, provide unique opportunities for spotting big cats and other wildlife. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area, renowned for its tented camps, offers a luxurious safari experience, especially during the rainy season. Lake Manyara and the iconic Masai Mara are perfect for observing the great migration.


Safari in Tanzania often includes game drives in specialized safari vehicles and walking safaris, guided by experienced professionals. With almost 40% of the country protected for conservation, it's possible to enjoy a two-week safari, moving from park to park while immersing oneself in the bush.


For those seeking adventure, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro adds another dimension to the safari experience. The best time to visit Tanzania for a luxury safari is during the dry season, when wildlife viewing is at its peak.

What happens on a Safari in Tanzania?

Imagine yourself embarking on an unforgettable African safari adventure in Tanzania. You will travel in a specially designed vehicle with a pop-up roof, offering unparalleled 360-degree views of the breathtaking landscape. Get ready for up-close encounters with various wildlife, providing incredible photo opportunities that you will cherish forever.

As the day ends, you'll have the chance to unwind and relax in the comfort of a safari lodge or a mobile-tented camp. Enjoy a delicious dinner under the starry night sky and rest up for the next day's exciting journey through Tanzania's natural wonders.

Beyond just spotting wildlife, an African safari in Tanzania is also a cultural journey. As the sun sets, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions, making your experience even more enriching.

For those seeking a unique perspective, consider a walking safari through the savannah for an even closer connection with nature. If you're feeling adventurous, take to the skies with a hot air balloon ride to gain a bird's-eye view of the stunning scenery below. These are just a couple of the extraordinary experiences offered by Travel-Wise Safari to elevate your safari adventure and leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

What animals you will see on Tanzania safari?

In Tanzania, many people are drawn to its safaris to spot the 'Big Five' – lions, leopards, buffaloes, rhinos, and elephants. While rhinos are rare in East Africa, they can still be spotted, especially in the Ngorongoro Crater. The other members of the Big Five are plentiful, promising exciting sightings.


However, Tanzania offers more than just the Big Five. The country is abundant with cheetahs, wildebeests, zebras, and monkeys. Bird enthusiasts will be thrilled that Tanzania is home to 1,156 bird species, including over 800 resident species and hundreds of migratory species, best seen from December to April. At Travel-Wise Safari, we have many passionate birders.