Tanzania outdoors accessible safaris
In Tanzania, outdoors means wildlife. Going on a safari is a fantastic experience.
The big five
Have you seen an elephant, a rhino, a cape buffalo, a jaguar or a lion? Also known as the Big Five?
Safaris are dream holidays. You stay in luxury tented camps or hotels during the trip. Contact Zicasso Expeditions for enquiries and quotes. They will help you organise your travels and be of great assistance when needed.
Tanzania outdoors accessible safari
About 30% of Tanzania land is a National Parks
Tanzania consist of nineteen National Parks. The Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro National Park are the most famous and best-loved parks, and is home to more than one million species of large mammals. It’s also a World Heritage Site, and the Serengeti National Park had the honor of being named a 7th world wonder.
The Serengeti is the site of the Great Migration, where wildebeest and zebras make their way across the plains in search of fresh grasslands. It’s also home to great buffalo herds, elephants, giraffe, leopard, impala, and gazelle, as well as the endangered Eastern Black Rhino.
Apart from Serengeti and Ngorongoro other national Parks includes, Tangire National Park, Lake Manyara Park, Arusha National Park, Ruaha National Parks, Burige National Parks and Rubondo National Parks. Other includes, Mahale, Katavi, Gombe, Mikumi, Saadani, Udizungwa, Saadani, Nkomazi, Kitulo, Johazi and Kilimanjaro National Park.
The Wildebeest Great Migration
The Wildebeest Great Migration sees about 2 million wildebeest, as well as zebra, and gazelle, make their way through the grasslands of Tanzania and Kenya in search of pasture. Certainly, the utmost rousing part of the Safari is the River crossing, where massive herds make their way to the Masai Mara.
Mount Kilimanjaro, the Tallest Mountain in Africa
Over 5,895 m. above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest in Africa, and the highest freestanding mountain in the world. It’s also a home to almost every kind of ecological system, from cultivated land, to rainforest, alpine desert, and arctic summit.
Lake Manyara National Park
This was the first park to become famous for being home to tree-climbing lions. The reason that these lions have taken to climbing is unknown. Whether it’s to catch a cool breeze or escape the tsetse flies is a matter of debate. Whatever their reasons though, watching these lions gingerly move across the branches is a sight that’s worth seeing.
The Kipunji -new monkey species
Tanzania is one of the last remaining places when the possibility of discovering a new species still exists. In 2003, a new monkey, the Kipunji, was discovered and is extremely rare with a population of only about one thousand animals.
Tanzania is an exclusive and stunning safari destination, one that offers abundantly to see and do in terms of game-driving and spotting opportunities, as well as enormous and unique landscape. Tiny wonder that it ranks amongst the top safari selections as an ultimate destination for first-time, and knowledgeable safari-goers alike.