Safaris Itineraries in Tanzania.
The Swahili word “safari” literally means to travel, usually a great distance that includes some form of nightly rest spent on route.
This section includes information on the different sorts of safaris available, methods of travel and accommodation that is commonly offered.
For safari choices are unlimited, please advice is it lodge safari or camping safari, budget, standard, luxury, or luxury tented safari, how many days/nights.
Safaris are of mainly 4 types:
Budget Camping Safari Lodge Safari
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Semi Tented Luxury Camps Safari Luxury Lodge Safari
Expect to be very close to the wild animals at least 50 – 100 meter’s away from them. Sometimes 1m – 4 meters away from your vehicle and may be while they are also looking for the shed they will be under your vehicle for example Lion’s.
You will see different type of animals including Cheetah, Antelopes, Zebra, Hyena, Wildebeest, Giraffe and a lot of different species of birds.
Tanzania has three safari circuits and each one of them 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 and 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
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