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Tanzania

Best Destination in Africa

TANZANIA

Overview – Tanzania

Tanzania has three safari circuits, and each one of them, in its own right, would make Tanzania a top wildlife destination. The popular Northern circuit with the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater offers one of the best classical safaris in Africa, especially if timed with the annual wildebeest migration.

Pros & Cons

Superb wildlife viewing, including the annual wildebeest migration in the Serengeti

Off-the-beaten-track safaris in Selous and Ruaha parks

Several wildlife viewing circuits for repeat visits

Best chimp tracking in Africa in Gombe and Mahale Mountains

Beach holiday extensions in Zanzibar

Traditional indigenous cultures

Too many highlights to fit in one safari

Wildlife in Tanzania

You’ll have few problems spotting the more-prominent African animals in Tanzania, including the lion, elephant, giraffe and buffalo. For big cats like the leopard and cheetah, you’ll want to head to the Serengeti, while Ngorongoro Crater is where you want to be for a chance of seeing a black rhino. Other wildlife highlights include chimpanzee tracking, checking out African wild dogs, and being awestruck by the several million wildebeest, gazelle and zebra on their annual migration.

Weather & Climate in Tanzania

In equatorial Tanzania, the humidity lessens noticeably the further away from the coast you get. Heat is a mainstay of the country everywhere except for the central region, where things cool quickly once the sun goes down. The Dry season (June to October) sees the temperature vary between 20°C/68°F and 30°C/86°F. It’s useful to remember, the higher the altitude, the cooler it will be. The Wet season (November to May) kicks off with showers (the ‘short rains’), followed by a drier interlude and then heavy downfalls (the ‘long rains’) from March.

Best Time to Visit Tanzania

To see the incredible spectacle of the great migration, you need to visit during the Dry season (June to October). Wildlife watching across the country is also at a premium at this time. There’s far less rainfall and therefore bush to impede your view, and not so many mosquitoes to bug you. That said, the northern-circuit parks still have productive game drives in the Wet season (November to May). And January and February is the time when wildebeest calving in the Serengeti attracts lots of predators.

Premier Parks & Reserves

  • Serengeti – Classic safari in Tanzania
  • Ngorongoro – Classic safari in Tanzania
  • Lake Manyara – Classic safari in Tanzania
  • Tarangire – Classic safari in Tanzania
  • Selous – Classic safari in Tanzania
  • Ruaha – Classic safari in Tanzania

Want to Visit Tanzania?

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