The largest unbroken Caldera in the world with crater floor diameter of 20-24 kilometers and walls of 610 meters from crater floor. It is the 8th wonder of the world. Home to the endangered black Rhino, rich in Elephant, Buffalo, Zebra, Wildebeest, Gazelle, Velvet Monkey, Hippo, Giraffe, Eland, Impala, and Baboon. Hungry predators including Lions, Cheetahs, Hunting dogs can be seen at close quarters.
Home to the wilderbeest migration
With 14,763 sq. km, Serengeti has a spectacular concentration of animals found nowhere else in the world, and the fascinating annual migration of more than 1 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebras, and 300,000 Thomson gazelles trekking to new grazing lands. The park's name: Serengeti means endless plains and is derived from the Maasai word: Siringiti.
Cultural Tours: We take you to the cross point of the old and new civilizations through the eyes of the land - the Maasai, the Chagga, the Sambaa and many others with rich cultures deep rooted into the reality of their environment and the many challenges posed by mother nature.
A Tanzania walking safari offers a unique way to experience the bush and observe the African wildlife.
The Elephant park
Named after Tarangire River, the park covers 2,600 sq. km dotted with splendid species of Baobab trees. The park is spectacular during the dry season where many migratory wildlife species come to the permanent water rivers. Famous for herds of up to 300 elephants, buffalos, lions, warthogs, elands, tree climbing pythons and more than 550 recorded bird species.
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famous for tree climbing lions
Covering 330 sq. kms, the park lies between the 600m escarpment of the Great Rift Valley and Lake Manyara thus noted for its incredible beauty. It is famous for tree climbing lions and natural hot Sulphur springs called "Maji Moto" (Hot Water). It is home to zebras, giraffes, gazelles, buffaloes and other plain dwellers