Mikumi National Park is the fourth largest park of Tanzania and its greatness is likened to the Serengeti, where varied landscapes of barren beauty, lush green trees and golden grasses astound you and where the wildlife gets the closest. Surrounded by hills and mountains, changing landscapes from dry savannah to flamboyant fauna, the park is a treat to the eyes offering scenic views and deeper appreciation of nature.
Half day tours to the national park are ideal and convenient form the Dar-es-Salaam. A mere four hour drive inside the park gives visitors a thrilling wildlife experience.
The Park large variety of predators and carnivores including buffaloes, giraffes, wildebeests, zebras, lions, crocodiles, elephants, most of them visible year round.
The park has over 450 species of birds. Migrant species arrive in large flocks, between late October and mid – March. These include, white, European and open – billed storks and Zanzibar Red Bishop.
Saadani National Park is not amongst the popular wildlife checklist but its exceptional biodiversity and location makes it for a unique treat to the eyes and soul. The park is situated in the in the center of the historic triangle of Bagamoyo, Pangani and Zanzibar, covering around 1100km square and about 44km North of Bagamoyo town.
Experience coastline fringed with mangroves, dense national park with open grassland, acacia trees and riparian forest.
The park is a home to bush elephants bathing by the coast, green turtles breeding, black and white colobus monkey frolicking.
Common wildlife include buffalo, giraffe, waterbuck, reedbuck, hartebeest, wildebeest, warthog and red duiker, lions, leopard, hyenas and black-backed jackal.
Enjoy boating by the Wami River visited by the hippos, crocodiles and flamingoes, green turtle breeding tours at Madete Area.
Kitulo National Park is known as The Garden of Lord with stretches of flowers across acres of plains, hills and valleys is known as the ‘great floral spectacles of the world’. The park allows hiking along these trails and open grasslands to see diverse species of birds and wildflows. Kitulo National Park is accessible via Mbeya town in south Tanzania. Wildflower displays peak between December and April. Cold and foggy from June to August; sunny and ideal temps for hiking between September and November.
The park is renowned its floral opulence including orchids, stunning yellow-orange red-hot poker and a variety of aloes, proteas, geraniums, giant lobelias, lilies and aster daisies
The plateau is home to the ‘Kipunji’ – or Highlands Mangabey, the rarest monkey in Africa and bird species, including the endangered blue swallow, Denham’s bustard, mountain marsh widow, Njombe cisticola, and Kipengere
Tarangire National Park is situated in northern Tanzania, and is an elephant’s galore and offers unique views and safari experiences. The park is not crowded by visitors, keeping wildlife untouched with high possibility to see wildlife in plenty during the peak season.
Best gaming season from June to October when the animal’s return to Tarangire’s swamp and to the river
Guided cultural safaris to Masai villages and visit to rock painting sites at Kolo, Dodoma
Witness rare species; elands, coke’s hartebeest, oryz, gerenuk and black rhino
Float over Tarangire in a hot air balloon and watch the spectacle of giants of Africa; the Elephants and the Baobab trees
Bird watching of above 550 bird species.
Kilimanjaro National Park forms Mt. Kilimanjaro’s s foot slopes are a part of Kilimanjaro National Park and form a lush montane forest, home to the leopards, buffaloes, elephants, antelopes and endangered Abbot’s duiker to mention a few. Cape Buffaloes and Elephants bathing in the Namwai and Tarkia river, blue monkeys, colobuses and leopards on the trees are a frequent site here.
Camping among the wildlife; safari and lodging experience
Witness the greatness of the Kilimanjaro Mountain
Overnight hikes on the Shira Plateau
Visit the Chala crater lake on the southern eastern slopes
Ruaha National Park
An ultimate combination rare game viewing experiences and fascinating landscapes, Ruaha offers rich safari experience. One can say this national park is close to an unexplored ecosystem, where one encounters rarest of the species such as the Greater Kudu. It is equally fascinating to see elephants drinking water from dry sand rivers with their trunk. The Rauaha River is a lifeline to animals like hippos, fish and crocodiles.
Long and Short wildlife walking safaris
Bush picnics in unexplored areas
Photographic tours of wild landscape with baobab trees and exotic wildlife
Predators show of lions, leopard, cheetahs, wild dogs and hyenas.
This is one of the last remaining sanctuaries of the red colobus monkey. Joazani has a beautiful nature trail and offers guided tours through the flora and fauna. Visitors also get to go to the mangrove swaps. Jozani Forest is a part of the Jozani Chwaka National Park and offers some of the best scenic experiences of lively creatures in their natural habitat.
Photographic journey of the Jozani Forest and the Red Colobus Monkey.
Learn about the facts and behavior of the monkey
At the bay, you will be able to view distinct varieties of colorful fish in the water along with crabs and mollusks.
Visit the on-site turtle sanctuary initiated by the local community.