Tanzania National Parks Map
Home to the “Big Five” and the tallest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. Tanzania is a must for the world traveler.
Tanzania has a very diverse terrain. See the ice-capped Mount Kilimanjaro with its lower lying rainforests. Zanzibar’s sandy beautiful beaches. The Serengeti’s savannah plains and the Ngorongoro’s mopane woodlands and salt pans. Tanzania’s most pleasant and refreshing surprises like Arabic and Indian influences in Dar Es Salaam and Zanzibar. Wander through the lively streets of Stone Town and the ‘Spice Island’ where you can barter for spices. For an educational tour, visit the historical sight ‘Prison Island’ to learn more about the slave trade which was abolished in 1909.
Northern Circuit - Tanzania Safari
The Northern Circuit is the most popular because it hosts the most notable national parks in Tanzania and East Africa.
Southern Circuit - Tanzania Safari
The wilderness in southern Tanzania are huge and offer great game-viewing in remote areas. there is no ‘Great Migration’ here in the southern parks but the sightings are excellent. You will relish in the real feelings of wilderness all around you.
Although the parks in Southern Tanzania receive less tourists than compared to the Northern circuit. The wilderness like Ruaha and Nyerere National Park hold the bragging rights as the ultimate undiscovered gems with pristine wildlife reserves.
Western Circuit - Tanzania Safari
The Western circuit is mostly frequented by researchers as it was made famous due to Jane Goodall. Dr. Goodall was a British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist whose research on the chimpanzees of Mahale and Uzungwa Mountains gained worldwide exposure.
Safaris in western Tanzania are in a league of their own with superb and contrasting wildlife experiences. These locations are seriously remote, making it a researchers haven. Because of this, safari opportunities in Western Tanzania are usually very expensive. You are welcome to explore the Western Circuit!
The coast & islands
Tanzania’s beaches, especially the ones on the islands of Chumbe and Unguja to name a few, are spectacular. With amazing seafood and warm waters these locations are relatively inexpensive to visit. Welcome to the tropical national parks of Tanzania. There are many affordable to luxury hotels and resorts to choose from.