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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

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The number one reason to visit the Serengeti is because it is one of the main highlights of Tanzania North, one of the greatest safari areas in Africa. One of the most significant features of this greater safari area is that it is most commonly visited as a road safari. Serengeti wildebeest migration is Serengeti’s

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Lake Manyara

Lake Manyara

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After Tarangire, Manyara is the second park that one passes when heading by road from the town of Arusha towards Ngorongoro and Serengeti. The main road passes right by the only entrance gate, meaning that no diversion at all is necessary, and the park is relatively small, meaning that it can easily be sampled reasonably

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The Ngorongoro Crater

The Ngorongoro Crater

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The Ngorongoro Crater is the best place in Tanzania to see the ‘Big Five’ and is an absolutely beautiful place to be on safari.  Unavoidably, the Ngorongoro Crater is busy, at times very busy, but given it is one of the worlds most amazing natural wonders, it is going to be busy.  However, due to

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Karatu

Karatu

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The Ngorongoro highlands are situated within the Ngorongoro Conservation area.  The main attraction and point is the Ngorongoro Crater itself, but equally as amazing are the highlands that roll on around the Ngorongoro Crater.  The highlands is a vast, undulant volcanic landscape, dotted with crater and lakes, oozing minerals and soil fertility.  Without the conservation

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Ruaha

Ruaha

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Located in the heart of the country, Ruaha on the Southern circuit.  Ruaha’s relative inaccessibility has resulted in a park that takes far fewer tourists than the Selous and far fewer than any park in the Northern circuit.  The rewards of travelling this far are a wild landscape with baobab studded hills and rocky escarpments

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Gombe stream

Gombe stream

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Gombe is the smallest of Tanzania’s national parks: a fragile strip of chimpanzee habitat straddling the steep slopes and river valleys that hem in the sandy northern shore of Lake Tanganyika. Gombe Stream national park was made famous in the 1980’s by British primatologist Jane Goodall, whose work here brought the plight of chimpanzees to