Tanzania Safari – Wildlife
There are many reasons why people book safari adventures in Tanzania every year. Tanzania is a picturesque country with outstanding wildlife and expansive national parks, and it’s so-called ‘northern circuit’ is the most well-known area for safari experiences. The great migration of the Serengeti is an annual event which sees vast swathes of wildlife migrate to more suitable climes and attracts scores of visitors each year. The circuit is home to the epic Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara, as well as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which is synonymous with epic games, buffalo, elephants, lions, and rhinos.
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The Lake Manyara National Park is situated between Lake Manyara and the long, steep slope in the west of the Great Rift Valley. The Tarangine National Park is home to a diverse range of wildlife and large amounts of game. Most of the park is normally quiet, with much of the southern area being relatively free of crowds. The park is located just off the main safari route and is known for its elephant migration and birds. It is often described as the most underrated and undervalued park in Tanzania.
Compass Safari have all the experience, knowledge and resources needed to cater for you if you are considering booking an authentic safari trip. The team invite you to join them on a tour of some of Tanzania’s most naturally beautiful environments and can transport you around the best routes the country has to offer in state-of-the-art vehicles. Facilities include Wi-Fi, USB charging stations, electrical sockets, first aid kits, GPS, camera pockets, refrigerators and much more.
Bespoke experiences based on your specific interests and requirements can be created, and you will even get the opportunity to meet local nomadic people in their villages. The team works hard to cater for any special requests their guests have and always do everything they can to ensure they are fulfilled. Your tour guide will be fluent in both English and Swahili and will be trained and licensed by the Tanzanian government.
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