Safari Beyond Boundaries & Experience the Beauty

Set out on a once-in-a-lifetime journey through Tanzania in quest of the continent's "big five" and learn about the customs of the native Maasai people. Explore the region surrounding the Olduvai Gorge, which has been inhabited by humans—and their oldest ancestors—for about two million years. See the magnificent, wildlife-rich Ngorongoro Crater and the flowing golden plains of the Serengeti. You may also take a Maasai community tour, visiting their boma and experience historically way of how they live coexisted with the wildlife.

The Tarangire National Park is known as a wonderful birding destination and also features large numbers of game, particularly during the dry season, when the Tarangire River is the only source of water in the area. The landscape is of particular interest too, due to the high number of scenic baobab trees.

Experience the wildness in a variety of settings in Lake Manyara National Park, including its soda lake in the Rift Valley, thick forests, and sheer hillside. The park is well-known for its remarkable tree-climbing lions and the enormous elephant herds it was created to protect, in addition to its breathtaking surroundings.

More than 400 different species of birds can be found along the lake's beaches, many of them being migratory or waterfowl. The coastlines of lakes and the forested valley slopes are home to vast herds of buffalo, cheetahs, Masai giraffes, and impala.

A safari at Lake Manyara is an intriguing experience because the park has Maji Moto hot springs, a ground-water forest, and woods covered in Vachellia tortilis. Alongside the Sykes monkey and short-eared galago, olive baboon troops numbering in the hundreds arise. Egyptian clawless cape otter

Discover Tanzania's breathtaking scenery and animal treasures with this amazing safari vacation that is ideal for Great Migration encounters.

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