Safari Adventure

Private animal photo safaris arranged from 1 day to 10 days or more. Here are a few of the most popular places visited

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Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks 

Dominated by the impressive valley of the Tarangire River, the land is vast and hilly. Following the pattern of migrating animals, there is a spectacular abundance of game around the Tarangire River. You are likely to see many of the “Big Five” (Lion, Elephant, Cape Buffalo and Leopard) as well as many more local animals and many of the 517 bird species in the parks.  Flocks of Flamingoes can be seen on the saline Lake Barungi as they migrate from Namibia. 


Ngorongoro Crater 

Ngorongoro Crater is often called ‘Africa’s Eden’ and the ’8th Natural Wonder of the World.  It is the world’s largest intact caldera, forming a spectacular bowl of about 395 square miles with sides up to 1968 ft deep. It is inhabited by an estimated 20 – 30,000 wild animals. This high altitude, volcanic landscape is rich with stunning craters and lakes. The crater floor consists of a few ecological environments including: grassland, swamps, forests and Lake Makat, a central soda lake filled by the Munge River.  Although animals are free to move in and out of this contained environment, the rich volcanic soil, lush forests and spring source lakes on the crater floor tend to incline both grazers and predators to remain throughout the year. Additionally, local tribes are permitted to maintain their traditional lifestyles within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.  Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most likely areas in Tanzania to see the endangered Black Rhino, as a small population is thriving in this idyllic and protected environment. 


Serengeti National Park

In the Bantu language, Serengeti translates into endless plains.

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