If you ask anyone who has ever gone on a Tanzania safari, they will probably mention their first time into the Serengeti and the Great Migration.
Here are the reasons why a Tanzania safari should be on your bucket list.
- The Big Five
Lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant and African buffalo – these are Africa’s “Big Five” animals. It’s what tourists come across Tanzania just to see them. But remember not all Big Five are spotted equally. It’s normal to see plenty of lions, elephants and buffalo while on Safari. Leopards and rhinos, on the other hand, are much trickier to spot.
We recommend heading into the bush with expert guides who will take you on a drive through Tanzania’s legendary parks, where hard-to-spot members of the Big Five, like the rhinoceros, are more easily visible. And if you want to maximize your chance of seeing all of the Big Five on one trip, we recommend taking a bit longer safari.
- The Endless Plain of Serengeti
The endless Serengeti plain run from the North Central Tanzania till the border of Kenya. The Serengeti plains it is best known for the large and high numbers of Plain animals especially the wildebeest, Zebras, Gazelles and different species of Antelopes.
The Big Five are a big deal in the Serengeti. All five can be found in the park. While leopards and rhinoceroses are hard to spot, wildebeest, elephants and lions are a common sight. About 3,000 lions call the Serengeti home – that’s more than anywhere else on Earth.
- The Great Wildebeest Migration
The Great Migration is one of the most dramatic sights in the animal kingdom, where some two million animals (mostly wildebeest, some zebras and some gazelles) roam in a year-round search for food and water. The herds constantly cycle from the southern Serengeti, where calves are born, up to the northern borders of Tanzania and into Kenya.
- Ngorongoro Crater (The Cradle of Life)
Descend 2,000 feet from the rim of Ngorongoro Crater and you’ll understand why UNESCO called it “one of the greatest natural wonders of the planet.” Ngorongoro Crater is the largest unbroken volcanic caldera on Earth, home to a density of wildlife unlike anything you’ve seen before. Approximately 25,000 animals live in the crater, which measures around 11 miles wide and encompasses 102 square miles. That’s almost 250 animals per square mile.
- Perfect Sightseeing & Photography
To say Tanzania is photogenic is putting it lightly. Nature photographers from around the world come to the Serengeti for their art and skill in a beautiful landscape, full of beautiful wildlife. You don’t have to be a veteran, either – all safaris offer time and space for photography at every level, whether you’re a trained professional or just want to have fun taking breathtaking photos.
Tado Travel goes extra miles further to offer a few special itineraries led by Professional photographers. These trips come loaded with photo-centric upgrades to make your experience meaningful
- Tree Climbing Lions of Lake Manyara National Park
The Lions ant Lake Manyara National Park are known as tree climbing lions because they usually spend the days on the branches of the trees while they descend on the ground during sunset. This particular habit has been documented in this park.
Above are some of the secrets of why you should put Tanzania in your number one bucket list. You can also book our @Package Classic Bush safari at a very lowest price and you will get a chance to witness More of the above-mentioned Reasons
At $ per Person we will entitle you with the following;
- Bottled water
- Airport transfers
- Flying doctors’ service
- All Park or reserve entry fees
- Driver’s and allowances and park fees for vehicle
- Game drives or sightseeing as detailed on the itinerary
- All meals as mentioned in the itinerary (Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner)
- Pick up from airport on the day of arrival and drop off to the airport on the day departure
- Full board Accommodation and If the mentioned accommodation is full booked, we’ll suggest for you the very comparable alternative