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Adventure safari on Tanzania’s wild national parks populated by variety of wildlife and bird species


The Park covers Mount Meru, which is the second
highest peak in Tanzania,  after Mount Kilimanjaro, with an elevation of 4,566m . The park
is small compared to others in the Northern circuit. Common animals
are giraffe, buffalo, zebras, warthog, the black and white colobus monkey, the
blue monkey, hippos in Momella lake, flamingos, common waterbuck and many
more. African elephants and leopards are present but rarely seen.


Lake Manyara National Park is the smallest park in
Tanzania extending over an area of 330sq km, located north of the
Great Rift Valley western escarpment. The park is divided into three
parts: the soda lake covering 220sq km, ground water forest and acacia
woodland. Although small in size, the diverse habitats in the park provide
the perfect environment for wildlife and birdlife


Home to the giant &
mystical Baobab tree and the largest population of elephants in Africa,
Tarangire is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania covering an area
of 2,850 sq km. Situated between the plains of the Maasai Steppe in the
southeast and the Great Rift Valley to the north and west.


The world’s largest unbroken and unflooded caldera, Ngorongoro Crater
provides a wildlife spectacle not to be missed. With a depth of 600 meters and
diameter of 19km, it is home to some 30,000 mammals, offering the best
opportunities for spotting the “Big 5”: Lion, Buffalo, Leopard,
Elephant and the endangered Black Rhino
.


For every wildlife enthusiast, The Serengeti, host to the annual 800km
migration of 2.5 million mammals, is a must see when planning your safari. One
of the seven wonders of Africa and a World Heritage site, Tanzania’s oldest and
largest national park covers a massive area

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