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Top Tanzania Travel Destinations & National Parks

From The Snow-Capped Majesty Of Kilimanjaro, The Highest Freestanding Mountain On Earth, To The Savannah Plains Of Serengeti, This Is A Land Of Astonishing Scenic Beauty.

Arusha National Park

The closest national park to Arusha town – northern Tanzania’s safari capital – Arusha National Park is a multi-faceted jewel, often overlooked by safarigoers, despite offering the opportunity to explore a beguiling diversity of habitats within a few hours. In the midst of the forest stands the spectacular Ngurdoto Crater, whose steep, rocky cliffs enclose a wide marshy floor dotted with herds of buffalo and warthog.

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Lake Manyara National Park

This small park enjoys a spectacular setting spanning the Rift Valley escarpment. Famous for its unusual tree-climbing lions, large herds of elephant, buffalo and migratory flamingos, this park offers a diverse wildlife experience within a relatively small area. The varied landscape is also home to an incredible array of birdlife, but it is the scenic beauty of Lake Manyara that makes it one of Tanzania’s most popular parks.

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Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain stands at 5,895m and a climb to its summit is one of the world’s greatest challenges. There are numerous routes to choose from, each offering a different trekking experience, level of difficulty and length of time spent on the mountain.

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Maasai are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are among the best known local populations due to their residence near the many game parks of the African Great Lakes, and their distinctive customs and dress.

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Moshi Town Attractions

Moshi is a town in northern Tanzania, near the Kenyan border. It's known as a gateway to Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro. Trails run up the mountain’s cloud-ringed, snow-capped dome, through alpine forests and meadows home to elephants and leopards. One of Tanzania's major coffee-producing hubs.

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This beautiful, vast expanse of grassy plains is a wonderful safari option for those with just a few days to spare. Visitors can fly directly from Arusha into the Serengeti, which is home to the largest overland wildebeest migration in the world. Whatever time of year you visit, you’ll have plenty of chances to spot the Big 5 as well as opportunities to visit a Masai village or take a hot air balloon ride over this amazing landscape.

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This magical place is famously home to some of the world’s last remaining chimpanzees and the lush forest is densely populated with a multitude of other primates and a vast array of birds. The wonderfully remote Mahale Mountains, on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, is only accessible by light aircraft and boat. Misty peaks dominate the skyline and the crystal clear waters of Lake Tanganyika are teeming with rainbow coloured fish.

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Deriving its name from the Tarangire River which winds its way through the park, Tarangire is mostly made up of grasslands, flood plains and acacia woodlands, along with thousands of baobab trees which make for a spectacular backdrop. During the dry season the game viewing is exceptional as a mass of wildlife flock to the river and wetlands. The vast size of the park lends a remoteness to the safari experience and offers an opportunity to really get away from the crowds.

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Formed millions of years ago when a huge volcano collapsed in on itself, the Ngorongoro Crater is one of the largest calderas in the world and home to one of the densest animal populations in East Africa. Visitors to the conservation area can enjoy amazing game viewing including the Big 5 along with spectacular views from the top of the crater.

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Ruaha National Park

The park is part of a more extensive ecosystem, which includes Rungwa Game Reserve, Usangu Game Reserve, and several other protected areas. The name of the park is derived from the Great Ruaha River, which flows along its South-Eastern margin and is the focus for game-viewing. The park can be reached by car via Iringa and there is an airstrip at Msembe, park headquarters.

Saadani National Park

In the centre of the historic triangle of Bagamoyo, Pangani and Zanzibar, Saadani Game Reserve is one of the few wildlife sanctuaries bordering the sea. It offers the unique combination of both marine and mainland flora and fauna in a historically and culturally fascinating setting. Elephants have been rumoured to bathe in the Indian Ocean off the Reserve’s coast, green turtles come to its beaches to breed, black and white colobus monkeys frolic in the canopy of the evergreen Zaraninge Forest. Roosevelt Sable Antelope too have their home here.

Katavi National Park

Katavi’s dramatic scenery is as varied as it is pristine. Flood plains of thick reeds and dense waterways are home to a huge population of hippo and varied birdlife. In the woodlands to the west, forest canopies shroud herds of buffaloes and elephants. Seasonal lakes fill with dirty coloured water after the rains and animals from all corners of the park descend in them to drink.

Gombe Stream National Park

Gombe Stream National Park, located on the western border of Tanzania and the Congo, is most famous for Jane Goodall, the resident primatologist who spent many years in its forests studying the behaviour of the endangered chimpanzees. Gombe Stream’s main attraction is obviously the chimpanzee families that live protected in the park’s boundaries. Guided walks are available that take visitors deep into the forest to observe and sit with the extraordinary primates for an entire morning an incredible experience and one that is the highlight of many visitors’ trips to Africa.

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Mikumi National Park

Located between the Uluguru Mountains and the Lumango range, Mikumi is the fourth largest national park in Tanzania and only a few hours drive from Tanzania’s largest city. The park has a wide variety of wildlife that can be easy spotted and also well acclimatized to game viewing. Lions survey their grassy kingdom – and the zebra, wildebeest, impala and buffalo herds that migrate across it – from the flattened tops of termite mounds, or sometimes during the rains, from perches high in the trees.

Mkomazi National Park

Set below the verdant slopes of the spectacular Usambara and Pare Eastern Arc Mountain Ranges and overseen by iconic snow – capped peak of Kilimanjaro, Mkomazi is a virgin breathtaking beauty exhibiting unique natural treasures and immense sense of space. Mkomazi Doesn’t Offer Game Viewing To Compare With Other Parks, But For Those Who Want To Escape The Tourist Treadmill And Scarcity Of Other Tourists Will Compensate. We Could Link Mkomazi Onto A Longer Safari, With The Option Of Camping Within The Park.

Selous Game Reserve

Vast, remote and wild, but easily accessible, Selous Game Reserve is an area almost four times the size of the Serengeti. It offers pristine wilderness and a rich variety of wildlife including endangered wild dog. Off-roading in a 4WD safari vehicle is permitted in Selous which is an exciting way to seek out more elusive animals. Most camps and lodges also offer guided bush walks and rivers safaris.


Mafia is renowned as an excellent world-class diving destination with some of the richest reefs in the world, The park covers the Southern part of Mafia Island and includes the inhabited islands of Chole, Juani Jibondo and Bwejuu and several uninhabited islets and the associated waters. The marine park area at Mafia Island extends across some 822km2, more than 75% of it below the high water mark.

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Known as the Spice Island, the beautiful island of Zanzibar on Africa’s east coast is bursting with culture and history, seemingly at odds with its idyllic geography of white-sand beaches with palms swaying lazily in the sea breeze. Together this makes Zanzibar a fabulous place to explore as well as a dream to relax and unwind.

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Dar es Salaam is the largest city and economic capital of Tanzania. Located in a quiet bay off the Indian Ocean coast, the city has developed into an economic importance to become a prosperous centre of the entire East African region. Its bustling harbour is the main port in Tanzania.

Mount Ol Doinyo Lengai

To the Masai people, the name Ol Doinyo Lengai means “The Mountain of God.” A part of the volcanic system of the Great Rift Valley, Ol Doinyo Lengai is an active volcano located in the Eastern Rift Valley, north part of Tanzania. It is interesting to note that in this part of the East African Rift Valley, this “Mountain of God” is the only active volcano.

The Udzungwa Mountains

A paradise to hikers and backpackers. The mountain range is often referred to as "The Galapagos Islands of Africa" due to its rich levels of biodiversity and endemism (the ecological state of being unique to a defined geographic location).The park's scenery is spectacular, with the rainforest spreading across rolling hills, valleys and mountains. The park has a number of impressive waterfalls, including Sanje Waterfalls, the highest waterfall in the National Parks system in Tanzania. Swimming in the plunge pools of the waterfalls is extremely refreshing following a hot hike!

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