Ngorongoro Safari on Budget
The Ngorongoro Conservation Areas as well as the adjacent highlands are among the most spectacular areas in Africa. The most well-known feature is undeniably the Ngorongoro Crater, which is the largest unbroken volcanic caldera in the whole world, and habitat to the largest population of big game on the continent. The crater’s walls are as high as 600 meters while its great volcanic floor host a variety of animals among which are the big 5. For that reason your tour to Northern Tanzania should include a visist to the Ngorongoro Crater as it is additionally an exceptional place where you can get the opportunity to interact with the resident Maasai people.
Lake Manyara National Park
Despite Lake Manyara National Park being one of the small game parks in Tanzania, the park prides in a great diversity of landscapes, plant as well as animal species. The park is sheltered by the Great Rift Valley escarpment and covers an expanse of 325 square kilometers; this park is covered with green plant vegetation. Lake Manyara was primarily established to safeguard the elephant populations which have actually made this park internationally famous. The park offer an exceptional and diverse wildlife experience worth enjoying. A diverse range of habitats, and a rich biodiversity, are all crowded into a somewhat small expanse within this National Park.
Mahale Mountains National Park
Well-known for being a habitat for some of the few remaining chimpanzees on the African continent, The Mahale Mountains National Park was declared a park in 1985. The park occupies an expanse of 1,613 sq. km and is situated approximately 128 kilometers south of the town of Kigoma along Lake Tanganyika’s eastern shore. The western edge of Mahale Park is an approximately 1.6 kilometer wide strip with waters of Lake Tanganyika.
When one talks of Zanzibar what crosses many people’s minds are romantic of pictures dhows with beautiful white sails, continuous whit sandy beaches dotted with palms, veiled African women, very old ruins as well as exotic spices all for you to enjoy and explore. The island has a very fascinating history, that well reflects at present day in the local people’s culture as well as traditions. Factually, Zanzibar has quite a lot to offer its guest than only the beautiful white sand beaches.