Safari Circuits
Safari Circuits
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Safari Circuits

The northern circuit is the most frequented by tourists for two reasons; most of the destinations are fairly close to each other and many of Tanzania's most famous sights, such as Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti, and Kilimanjaro are all a part of this circuit. Due to the fact that all the parks towns and attractions are within easy reach of one another, one can tour this entire circuit by vehicle with only a couple of hours in-between destinations.

The national parks and game reserves of the southern circuit are arguable, the hidden treasures of Tanzania's authentic Africa. These parks are enormous, with some of the highest concentration of animals anywhere in Africa and spectacular diversity of wildlife including roan antelope, sable antelopes, cape hunting dogs, and a multitude of colorful bird life, the lodge, and camps of the south are small and intimate, with no more than 30 rooms or tents at the very most.

This means there are far fewer tourists in the south compared to the north, and allows the area to hold true to the tenets of eco-tourism. The travel times between parks in the south are long as the parks are far apart. The park of the south can be visited independently, or as a circuit combining various parks into one package. Contact us now for this combination either you want to explore the country's vastness with a 4x4 safari vehicle or you would like us to arrange a scheduled air service.

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Lying in the Great Rift Valley are inland lakes, Lake Victoria and Tanganyika. All three national parks in this circuit offer the only safe opportunities to see chimpanzees in the wild today. The habitats of this area are a merger between Western Africa and East Africa Therefore the cultures, rainfall, and flora are unique to this small area. The western circuit is seldom experienced on its own but it is more often an addition to either the southern or northern circuits or both. The western circuit is so remote that traveling by both aircraft and boat is necessary in order to experience this lovely side of Tanzania.

One of the great attractions of Tanzania is its fantastic 800 km coastline with palm-fringed beaches of white sand the historic towns of Dar es Salaam, Bagamoyo, Kilwa, Lindi, Mikindani, and Mtwara, along with the exotic islands of Zanzibar, Pemba, and Mafia. Swahili language and culture trace their roots to the Indian Ocean coastline. Many explorers and slave traders encountered Africa for the first time along this history-stepped coastline and contributed to the events that defined modern Tanzania. The Island of Zanzibar Archipelago became a principal stepping stone for the culture that was to mould Tanzania's people and their language.

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