Planning Multiday Safaris in Tanzania


Tanzania has got many spots that attract a lot of tourist every year, granting some of the most amazing spots in the African continent. The neighbour country Kenya has got the Maasai Mara and Nairobi National Park. Next to the Kenyan border we find the best spots to visit in Tanzania, which are suitable for vacations and safari tours. There are plenty of species that we can observe in this natural zone and in the game reserves. Tanzania is one of the most rewarding places we can visit in Africa.

We need many days just to visit the most famous spots in the country, one of which is the Serengeti National Park. Near this reserve we find the Mount Kilimanjaro, which reserve encompasses many other smaller conservation areas including the Maasai Mara’s reserve.

From hills to grasslands we find both varied landscapes and bustling wildlife in this park. Home for the Big Five we will never regret to spend some days in the Serengueti. One of the most amazing natural events is the great zebra migration that takes place once per year.

Another spot in Tanzania is the Ngorongoro Conservation Area which is centred in the Ngorongoro Crater. Mt. Kilimanjaro is at the same time a formidable place for climbing and a spot with great safari opportunities.

Other two spots that we will visit in a several day safari are the Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park on the southern part of the country and to the west the Gombe Stream National Park and Mahale Mountains National Park, where the chimpanzees live in the forest.

We can arrange a tour to visit the spots we want in Tanzania, tailor making our adventure the way we want. We can save money contacting with an African tour operator and selecting a travel package we like. An important point to set before arriving is the hotel, so that we hace the best possible service.

We can choose among the Tanzanian international airports depending on which region we want to visit, being the two most important the Kilimanjaro International Airport in the north and the Julius Nyerere International in Dar Es Salaam, the largest city in the country.