If your heart beckons the wild, then you want to be in the middle of the Dark Continent. With a breathtaking array of landscapes, vividly stunning wildlife and rich traditions that endure, Tanzania is known for its plenitude of parks. Nestled in the east part of Africa, Tanzania is home to 16 national parks covering a total area of more than 42,000 km2 and has a third of the country under conservation. It’s the biggest draw of the country luring visitors from all over the world.

Divided into four regions – North, East, South, West –Tanzania is a rich mosaic of preservation. With each region offering bewildering uniqueness in terms of national parks, game reserves, marine parks and wilderness.

Snapshots defining the endless Tanzanian adventure

Set under the shadow of the Mt.Meru,the Arusha National Parkis a multifaceted park offering a rich diversity of wildlife and habitat attractions.  Its other notable attractions include Ngurdoto crater and Momela lakes.

Home to a range of breath-taking landscapes, endless plains,Serengeti National Park is Tanzania’s most famous national park. The spectacle of Great Serengeti Migration of two million wildebeest and legendary Big 5 of wildlife attractions means the wild truly comes to life here.

Established in 1960,  Manyara National Park is Tanzania’s second oldest National Park, together with Arusha National Park. One of the most picturesque places, its acacia dotted landscape, tree climbing lions and the pretty flamingos’ fire up the scenery.

Game viewing is at its best at the Tarangire National Park.Tarangire has the largest concentration of wildlife after Serengeti. Mighty lions, elephant migration and its 550 species of birds add to create the perfect atmosphere.

The UNESCO World Heritage site of Ngorongoro Conservation Areais a favourite of discerning safari goers. Renowned for its natural wondersand home to about 30,000 wildlife species, it is the best place to see the endangered black rhinoceros and the big 5 of Africa.

As the fourth largest parks in Tanzania,Mikumi National Park mirrors the Serengeti in its diversity. It is a birder’s paradise and is accessible around the year.

Tanzania is not just the safaris. Some vertical adventure astride the mighty Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru and many beatific lakes make the Tanzanian experience peerless.

And that’s not all !

The pristine beaches dotting the Zanzibar island coastline provide the most dreamy and tranquil experience with its turquoise waters and crystal-white sands.

With conservation at its heart and wildlife tourism as the main source of income, the Tanzanian National Parks is an extraordinary investment into building a sustainable future.

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Best Time To Visit Tanzania

Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park is a perfect trip for day safaris, as it is close to both Arusha and Moshi. With terrain that ranges from open savannah to tropical rainforest, the park

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

With a variety of landscapes, Lake Manyara National Park offers a compact safari experience that gives visitors the chance to see everything from the vibrant flamingoes

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park

In the wet season the parks swamps and waterholes are home to cape buffalo and elephants, but really comes into its own when the dry season forces its animal population

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

Africa’s most famous safari destination is home to what many consider the greatest show on earth, the annual Wildebeest Migration that sees hundreds of thousands

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

One of Africa’s premier natural playgrounds, Ngorongoro Conservation Area is one of the best places in the country to see the endangered black rhinoceros. Home to the

Mikumi National Park

Mikumi National Park

Frequently compared to the Serengeti in the north, Mikumi is a sprawling national park that borders the massive Selous Game Reserve. The broad Mkata floodplain is an ideal p

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