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Let us help you create the most amazing Tanzania safari experience, whether in a group, or on a private tour. Your safari to Tanzania would be incomplete without exploring the famous Serengeti National Park, where you can witness the extraordinary phenomenon known as the Great Migration. This natural spectacle is influenced by rainfall patterns and is recognized as one of the largest terrestrial migrations globally, featuring over a million wildebeest, along with thousands of zebras and Thomson’s gazelles, all migrating the plains of the Serengeti for more nourishing grazing lands. In the wake of these herbivores, predators such as lions, hyenas, and crocodiles closely shadow them, vying for their survival in this dramatic cycle of life and death.
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Tanzania safaris is an open invitation for the curious traveller as its untamed landscapes holds a biodiversity like nowhere else. With nearly 40 per cent of the country’s land area set aside for the protection of wildlife, it is no wonder that a wildlife safari to Tanzania is regarded as the ultimate experience. Discover the best of Tanzania with a whole host of star attractions scattered throughout the country.
The best of Tanzania is evident in the variety of geographical extremes, characterised by the features of the Great Rift Valley. Tanzania houses the highest peak in Mount Kilimanjaro, the lowest point in the lake bed of Lake Tanganyika and a portion of the largest lake in Lake Victoria on the African continent. You’ll also find the highest density of big game anywhere in Africa in the Ngorongoro Crater. Complete the safari of a lifetime to Tanzania by relaxing on the pristine beaches of Zanzibar. Also known as the Spice Island, the diverse marine life of this piece of heaven is best explored by dipping below the surface.
Planning your Tanzania safari will depend on your preferred activities or special interests. There are no distinct seasons, such as winter and summer, in Tanzania, only the dry and wet seasons. The best time for a Tanzania wildlife safari is during the dry season, from late June to October. The huge herds of animals of the Great Migration reach the northern Serengeti during the month of July and then make their way over the Grumeti River towards Kenya and the plains of the Masai Mara.
Between late October and December, the millions of animals slowly start making their way back to the Serengeti, with the first rains expected in January. The calving season for the wildebeest is in January and February, another safari spectacle not to be missed.
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