Attractions

Lochinvar National Park

The park lies in an area known as the Kafue Flats – a vast 4000 square kilometre floodplain of the Kafue River, regarded as one of Africa’s most significant wetlands. With the rains from December to March come the migrant birds from the north, and the complement of water birds includes pelican, flamingos (greater and … Read moreLochinvar National Park

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Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is the oldest and largest park in Zambia, and is the second largest national park in the world! It covers 22,440 km2 of land and offers an excellent collection of game and birds… Visitors travel to Kafue to enjoy the many fishing opportunities, as well as the vast and varying landscapes and … Read moreKafue National Park

Semliki National Park

There are a number of natural hot springs in this park, which provide for the wide diversity of wildlife. Known for its 400 species of birds, including the shoebill stork and forty Congolese bird species, this park is also home to 300 species of butterflies and eight species of primates… Chimpanzees and various monkeys, as … Read moreSemliki National Park

Rwenzori Mountains National Park

There are six peaks, the highest of which is Mt. Margherita, which is the third highest mountain in Africa. These beautiful peaks offer stunning scenery and a range of hikes from easy walking to challenging mountain treks. Visitors will enjoy the vast array of giant heathers, lobelias and groundsels, and may see any of the … Read moreRwenzori Mountains National Park

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Queen Elizabeth National Park

This beautiful game reserve boasts one of the world’s highest biodiversity ratings, and offers rainforests, swamps, crater lakes, and a lush savannah that is home to nearly 100 mammal species and almost 600 species of birds. High concentrations of buffalo, elephant, and antelope call this park home, as well as the Uganda Kob, the elusive … Read moreQueen Elizabeth National Park

Primates

The mountains of Bwindi and Mgahinga National Parks are home to five habituated and endangered gorilla troops. Limited numbers of tourists can visit the gorillas (only 30 passes are issued per day), so as to cut down on any disruption to the gorillas in their natural environment. The chimpanzees (who are genetically even closer to … Read morePrimates

Murchison Falls National Park

The source of the Falls is the Nile River, which follows from the rapids of the Karuma Falls in the east, and bursts out here through a narrow cleft in the Rift Valley escarpment. In the southeast part of the park, the Rabongo Forest houses several chimpanzee and other rainforest creatures. The waterbirds of this … Read moreMurchison Falls National Park

Mount Elgon National Park

The majority of the park is situated above 2000m. It offers a lush mixture of grassland and moorland habitats, and rich montane forests, which provide for the birds and wildlife. It also encompasses the largest base of any extinct volcano in the world. In the past, Elgon was known as the “Mountain of Illusion” because … Read moreMount Elgon National Park

Mgahinga National Park

These gentle beasts had been facing extinction until the conservation authorities stepped in to protect and limit disturbances to the natural environment. As such, only small groups of tourists can observe the gorillas, and for only limited time periods. There are nine freestanding extinct and active volcanoes at Mgahinga Park that run along the borders … Read moreMgahinga National Park

Lake Mburo National Park

Given that it is centred on a series of swamp-fringed lakes, the park is teeming with 310 recorded bird species, including 60 specialist water birds. The open Water birds include; Pink-backed pelican, Darter, White pelican, Yellow-billed duck, Long-tailed cormorant, White winged black tern and Greater cormorant. Lakeshore and swamp birds include the Fish eagle, Pied … Read moreLake Mburo National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park

Dominated by the 2750 metres of Mount Morungole and transected by the Kidepo and Narus Rivers, it offers 1,442 square kilometres of breathtaking landscapes and unique flora. It is a treasure chest of dry-country species (not found anywhere else in Uganda) including lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, and greater kudu, as well 475 bird … Read moreKidepo Valley National Park

Kibale National Park

Lush and beautiful, Kibale offers a tropical rainforest teeming with unique flora and wildlife, including over 1000 habituated chimpanzees. Several other primate species can be found here, including the blue monkey, L’Hoest’s Monkey, red-tailed monkey, olive baboon, black, white, and red colobus, and white cheeked mangabey. The mammals in Kibale Forest include Uganda Kob, forest … Read moreKibale National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Visitors can also see chimpanzee, monkeys, elephants, small antelope, as well over 360 bird species and over 200 butterfly species. This area contains 23 bird species that are restricted to the Albertine Rift, which cannot be seen in any other part of East Africa!

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Zanzibar

An island vacation and holiday as an add-on to your Tanzania safari adventure is a very popular option for travellers wanting relaxation, luxury and sunshine. Zanzibar would be just the right choice for exactly that. Those that have had the pleasure of visiting Zanzibar before will probably return for another amazing holiday… paradise at its … Read moreZanzibar

Waterfall - Udzungwa National Park

Udzungwa National Park

Udzungwa Mountains National Park is a paradise for hikers and is one of Tanzania’s most beautiful wilderness areas. Udzungwa’s most striking feature, apart from its mountainous terrain, is its pristine and biologically diverse forest which hosts a variety of animal and plant species not found anywhere else in the world! Among its residents within this … Read moreUdzungwa National Park

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania after Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi and Mkomazi. The name of the park comes from the Tarangire River which crosses through this breath-taking park. Tarangire is famous for its huge number of elephants, baobab trees (which grow in the open acacia woodlands) and tree climbing … Read moreTarangire National Park

Leopards - Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti National Park covers 14,763 km2 of vast open plains that stretch across the Tanzanian area between the Kenyan border and the outskirts of Lake Victoria. It has an abundance of wildlife with the numbers been estimated at well over 3 million. There is even an active volcano within the Serengeti National Park – … Read moreSerengeti National Park

Sunset Sealous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve

The Selous Game Reserve was named after the Englishman Sir Frederick Selous, a famous early conservationist, who died at Beho Beho in this territory in 1917 in World War 2. Due to the unbelievable beauty and magnificent array of safari animals, Selous Game Reserve was declared a World Heritage Site in 1982 by UNESCO. Selous … Read moreSelous Game Reserve

Saadani National Park

This national park is approximately 1100 km2, established and gazetted officially in 2005. Saadani may have been established fairly recently but it has actually been around for ages; it had been established from a game reserve that dates back to1969. Saadani National Park includes a highly protected and preserved ecosystem including the former Saandani Game … Read moreSaadani National Park

Rubondo Island National Park

One of the main highlights of visiting Rubondo Island is the rocky areas and sandy beaches that surround the island. With sandy beaches and tropical waters the area becomes a travellers dream! Rubondo Island is located 150 km west of Mwanza. The “Rubondo” area actually includes 11 islets but the biggest island measuring 237 km2 … Read moreRubondo Island National Park

Leopard - Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park

The Ruaha National Park was named after the Great Ruaha River which flows on the south eastern border of this beautiful national park. A river naturally attracts many animals in search for water, making this national park a great choice for game viewing. The river flows through the eastern side of the park and is … Read moreRuaha National Park

Olduvai Gorge

50 years ago a German entomologist literally stumbled upon one of the most amazing findings in Tanzania which in turn made Olduvai Gorge an interesting Tanzania highlight. His findings in Olduvai contained hundreds of fossils, bones and ancient artefacts and the gorge has, since then, become one of the world’s most important prehistoric sites. Olduvai … Read moreOlduvai Gorge

Inside the Ngoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater

Since 1979, the famous Ngorongoro Crater was known as a World Heritage Site and is located at the eastern edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania. The Crater belongs to the Crater Highlands, with vast plains and stretches of bush and woodland areas – creating complex and interrelated ecosystems. The entire Ngorongoro Conservation Area covers … Read moreNgorongoro Crater

Mkomazi Game Reserve

Nothing can quite compare to capturing a very rare sighting of one of these animals on a safari in Tanzania – a once in a lifetime opportunity. The Mkomazi Game Reserve is heavily guarded against poachers; this protective initiative is supported by local and international communities. Also, within the boundaries is another protected species; the … Read moreMkomazi Game Reserve

Lion - Mikumi

Mikumi National Park

Mikumi is the ideal place for those who do not have a lot of time, but want to see a large variety of wildlife… The national park is one of the less visited ones in Tanzania which makes the environment and wildlife more protected than in other parks of Tanzania. Expect to find wild, untouched … Read moreMikumi National Park

Masai Mara National Reserve

The one main factor that makes the Masai Mara National Park so well-known is that it is joined to the Serengeti National Park and therefore allows the free movement of wildebeest during the Great Migration. The Great Migration is an event in which millions of wildebeest migrate from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara National … Read moreMasai Mara National Reserve

Mahala National Park

Even though safaris to Mahala are a wonderfull and ‘one of a kind’ experience we prefer recommending that travellers explore other Tanzania national parks. As mentioned above, the last remaining group of wild chimpanzees life in this area, and we prefer promoting their protection rather than intrusion of travellers… our little way to help the … Read moreMahala National Park

Lake Manyara

Lake Manyara National Park

The major landmark of the Lake Manyara National Park is actually the spectacular rift wall, where the plains give way to the cultivated uplands of Mbululand. The Great Rift Valley is part of a fault in the earth’s crust. This fault stretches 8,000 km from Turkey to the mouth of the Zambezi River in Mozambique. … Read moreLake Manyara National Park

Kitulo National Park

The Kitulo National Park lies in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania and is made up of alpine grasslands and montane forests. Kitulo lies in the Mbeya region and a small part of it is in the Iringa region. Within this protected Tanzania national park is the Kitulo plateau and the Livingstone Forest which is where … Read moreKitulo National Park

Tourist on Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro National Park

Mount Kilimanjaro is the 4th highest of the 7 summits and is often referred to as “Sky Island”… simply because when you reach the summit of Kilimanjaro which is above the clouds it will feel as if you are on an island in the sky! Kilimanjaro rises through lush rainforests to alpine meadows and finally … Read moreKilimanjaro National Park

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