Tanzania Safari And Zanzibar tour is a good mix of Safari and holiday. Just as you’ll have spend a week on Africa’s prime national parks you go to relax on the beach. The tour picks up with a game drive in Tarangire national park.
With under 3 000 sq km, Tarangire is well known for its huge elephant herds.
Tanzania safari and Zanzibar
In Tarangire National Park, the Great Migration also takes place during the dry season. An estimate of 250 000 animals enter the park. This park lies between the meadows of Maasai Steppe and the lakes of the Great Rift valley. Tarangire river flows in the northern part of the park and is the lifeline of the national park.
Ngorongoro crater and Serengeti are probably the most visited safari destinations in Africa. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area spans vast expanses of highland plains, savanna woodlands and forests. Wildlife here coexist with the semi-nomadic Maasai pastoralists. It includes the Ngorongoro crater, the world’s largest caldera. Besides the area is significant for biodiversity conservation due to the presence of endangered species like the black rhino. Wildlife density in the region and the annual Great Migration makes the region a premium destination for Safari in Africa. Moreover archeological digs has shown evidence of human evolution in particular the early hominid footprints which dates back to 3,6 million years.
Tanzania Safari And Zanzibar Tour ends in Zanzibar. You’ll probably be exhausted being on safari for a week. Head to the beach in Zanzibar. Zanzibar is unique. It is a true island paradise that has attracted thousands of couples on honey moon. Explore the tiny streets of Stone Town declared World Heritage sight in 2000. If you want a bit of more for fun head to the north. Nugwi and Kedwa has beach discos popular like any other warm parts of the world. For an even Zanzibar experience the south has a mix of island paradise and the rhythm village life. Bwejuu and Jambiani would be perfect for that all important hideout.