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Come on safari in Africa's finest game-viewing destinations...Ngorongoro, Serengeti, Maasai Mara, Arusha, Tarangire and Lake Manyara
This detailed brochure presents the many safari options available to you during different times of year, with all the information required to plan the perfect trip. When to go, what to expect, seasonal highlights, activities, optional excursions and destination details.
Visit the Ngorongoro Crater in the Great Rift Valley, one of the most popular destinations in Tanzania, an extinct volcano 326 square kilometres in area and home, in its vast plains and forests on the crater floor, to abundant wildlife, sometimes numbering between 20 - 30 000 animals at a time.
The name Serengeti comes from the Maasai name meaning ‘endless plains’, and these rolling distances of short grass plains provide an exceptional landscape for wildlife viewing; it is ultimate safari country.
In May or early June, the annual migration of millions of wildebeest takes place in the Serengeti, where they search for water and food as the season changes. This is a magical site to behold, and a major drawing point for tourists who visit the Serengeti during this period. In addition to the wildebeest and zebras, the Serengeti National Park is home to many types of large antelope, including impala, eland, klipspringer, dik dik.
Lake Manyara National Park sits at the base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment and is one of the most scenic parks in Tanzania. There are many stunning views of the park from every direction! From the east, the Rift Valley escarpment emerges on the horizon with the lake forming as a glistening background. On the southern side of the park, you will find the hot springs of Maji Moto, which are about 60 degrees C. At the top of the escarpment from the west side, the park stretches across a ribbon of green with the lake shining in the sun.
The park features a large variety of mammals, reptiles and birds, as well as an extraordinary wealth of flora.
Tarangire National Park is located 120km from Arusha, south east of Manyara. It hosts an incredible number of wildlife, with high concentrations of elephant, particularly during the months between June and October. These are the dry months, when the game congregates along the river, after they have migrated from the Masaai Mara.
The Arusha National Park has a wide range of habitats, from the string of crater lakes (where many water birds congregate) to the highland forests and further up to the imposing summit of Mt. Meru. The interesting geology leading to the summit of Mt. Meru is reflected in the impressive view of the ash cone and cliff face.
We are all adventurers at heart and what better place than Tanzania to satisfy your desire to experience the natural drama of nature. It is one of the most diverse and enchanting regions in the world, ranging from coastline and savannah to majestic mountains. And what better company to experience it with than Tanzanian Star Adventures.
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