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Tanzania Safari Guide
Tanzania Safari Guide

Tanzania Safari 2024

Full Guide to Tanzania Tours by Wise Safari Tanzania

Why Choose us for your Tanzania Safari

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"We exclusively utilize recently manufactured Land Cruisers from 2016 to 2023, equipped with amenities such as a fridge, Wi-Fi, and power sockets."

Efficient Organization

"We exclusively utilize recently manufactured Land Cruisers from 2016 to 2023, equipped with amenities such as a fridge, Wi-Fi, and power sockets."

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Annually approved for tour operating activities by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism

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Wildlife Safaris in Tanzania

Tanzania, the crown jewel of African safaris, beckons wildlife enthusiasts to an unparalleled paradise. Picture yourself traversing the awe-inspiring Ngorongoro Crater and the expansive Serengeti National Park. Here, the legendary Big Five and myriad other species call home, from elegant giraffes to lively hippos and elusive caracals.

A Tanzanian safari isn't merely an observation; it's immersion. Creatures roam freely, inviting you into their world for an authentic glimpse into their daily routines. As twilight descends, the adventure continues. Find solace in cozy lodges, serenaded by the distinctive sounds of the savannah.

Tanzania's landscapes rival its wildlife diversity, from the Serengeti's arid plains to Ngorongoro's verdant forests. Each corner of Tanzania unveils a distinct facet of nature, promising an enriching and unforgettable wildlife odyssey.

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What animals you will see on Tanzania safari?

Tanzania is indeed a premier safari destination for those seeking to witness the majestic 'Big Five' in their natural habitat. The country's vast and varied landscapes offer some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities in the world. Each member of the Big Five has its own unique allure and can often be spotted in Tanzania's national parks and conservation areas, with the Ngorongoro Crater being a particularly special location due to its dense population of diverse wildlife. Here's a brief overview of where you might find these animals in Tanzania:


  • Lions

Lions are relatively abundant in Tanzania and can be seen in several national parks, but they are especially known to roam in the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The Serengeti is famous for its annual wildebeest migration, which attracts lions due to the abundance of prey.

  • Leopards

Leopards are more elusive due to their solitary and nocturnal nature, but they are still frequently spotted in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater. They are often seen resting in trees during the day.

  • Buffaloes

African buffaloes are commonly seen in large herds, especially in the Serengeti and the Katavi National Park. They are known for their unpredictable nature, making them one of the more dangerous animals to encounter on foot.

  • Rhinos

Rhinos, particularly the critically endangered black rhino, are much rarer due to poaching and habitat loss. However, the Ngorongoro Crater offers one of the best chances to see them in the wild, as it serves as a sanctuary for a small, protected population.

  • Elephants

Elephants are widespread in Tanzania and can be found in several parks, but large herds are often seen in the Tarangire National Park, known for having some of the largest elephant populations. The Selous Game Reserve is another excellent location for viewing elephants in their natural environment.

  • Conservation Efforts

It's important to note that while Tanzania offers incredible opportunities to see the Big Five, ongoing conservation efforts are crucial to ensure the survival of these species. Challenges such as habitat loss, poaching, and human-wildlife conflict continue to threaten their existence. Supporting ethical safari operations and conservation initiatives is a way visitors can contribute to the preservation of these magnificent animals and their habitats.

Tanzania's commitment to conservation is evident in its extensive network of protected areas, which not only safeguard wildlife but also provide unforgettable experiences for visitors from around the world.

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African buffalo


Tanzania Safari vehicles

During your safari adventure, anticipate spending a considerable amount of time inside vehicles for game drives, typically ranging from 5 to 8 hours each day. Occasionally, there may be opportunities for walking safaris. Alternatively, you have the option to take rest days at lodges, where you can relax at a leisurely pace and enjoy the amenities provided.

Selecting a tour company that offers comfortable and well-equipped vehicles is vital for an exceptional safari experience in Tanzania. Our fleet consists of custom Land Cruisers manufactured between 2016 and 2023. Each vehicle is equipped with modern conveniences such as Wi-Fi, a refrigerator, comfortable seating, and charging stations, ensuring that even long drives are enjoyable.

We prioritize vehicle maintenance, conducting thorough inspections to ensure that each car is in optimal condition before every safari. This meticulous approach guarantees smooth transportation to various national parks, reducing the likelihood of encountering any issues during your journey.

Popular questions about Tanzania Safari

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What else can you do in Tanzania?

Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Tanzania's appeal extends beyond its wildlife safaris to include the allure of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. This formidable challenge requires comprehensive preparation and typically spans about 7 days to complete successfully. Additionally, there are other fantastic hiking options available, such as Mount Meru, which can serve as excellent preparation for Mount Kilimanjaro if you have the extra time and inclination.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro

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