Tarangire National Park

The middle and the end of the dry season that runs from late June to October is the best time to view wild life in Tarangire National Park. Most of the animals move out of the park during the wet season and viewing animals is at that time less rewarding.

In June to October (the dry season), the animals gather around the Tarangire River and this is the best time to go to Tarangire National Park. There is little rainfall during this time of the year hence making it the time with the best weather for game viewing.

Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park takes its name from the Ruaha River, which flows along its southeastern border. The river provides permanent water in the park, and during the dry season animal concentration along its banks is spectacular.

Ruaha National Park is about a two to three hours drive from Iringa, a famous town on the Dar es Salaam to Zambia highway.

Arusha National Park

Made up of three vast areas Momela Lakes, Mt.Meru, and Ngurdoto Crater, Arusha National Park is the closest park to Arusha town and Kilimanjaro International Airport. It is not popular with most travelers as they do rush to the most known parks in the Northern Circuit.

It provides tourists with amazing experiences which includes a short game drive, a walking tour, Canoe Safari, and trekking to Mt.Meru.

Serengeti National Park

Siringit comes from the Maasai word endless plain, and there’s no doubt that today the plains of the Serengeti National Park still offer one of the greatest concentrations of plain animal left on earth. That said, almost 65% of the Serengeti is woodland or bush, so there’s plenty of varied habitat for a variety of animals.

Declared a Game Reserve in 1929, then Tanganyika’s first national park in 1951 the park today covers 14,762km sq – around the size of Northern Ireland. It’s in the center of the Serengeti ecosystem,

Mikumi National Park

Sharing a common border and ecosystem with Selous Game Reserve to the south, Mikumi National Park is only a three to four hours drive from Dar es Salaam, lying astride the main highway to Zambia, and en route to the National Parks of Udzungwa Mountains, Ruaha, and Kitulo.
The main feature of the park is the Mikumi flood plain, along with the mountain ranges that border the park on two sides.

Gombe National Park

Gombe Stream National Park is best known for its population of wild chimpanzees. Fascinated by the spectacular creatures, Dr. Jane Goodall studied the park’s chimps for more than 5 decades!

She convinced the country’s officials to combine the chimps’ preservation with eco-tourism for the well-being of its wildlife and indigenous communities.

Udzungwa National Park

The Udzungwa Mountains National Park is among the few remaining wildlife gems you will encounter while on your Safari in Tanzania. It covers an area of 1,990 square kilometers and is found south of Mikumi National Park.

It is best known for having the greatest altitudinal forest range across the whole of East Africa, which offers a safe habitat to a large variety of flora and fauna including nearly 410 different bird species,

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area lies in the Eastern Great Rift Valley in Tanzania and is a wildlife hotspot, equal to anywhere in Africa for a safari.

Thousands of animals, including endangered black rhino, blacked-maned lion, leopard, cheetah, warthog, buffalo, flamingo, and hippopotamus roam freely in the giant 260 km sq. crater.