Wildlife

Tanzania Wildlife Lion

 Tanzania can boast 20% of Africa’s large mammal population, a stunning number that you will soon realise is no exaggeration.

The plains of the Serengeti literally teem with wildlife, and you can expect to see hundreds of zebra, wildebeest, giraffes, impala, and more as you travel.
The National Parks of Tanzania offer an unparalleled wildlife viewing experience in which the Great Migration is the crown jewel.

The massive herd movement of wildebeest, zebra, and other animals from Tanzania to Kenya is one of the greatest spectacles not only in Africa – but in the whole world.

The wildlife in Kenya is similar to that found in Tanzania due to the overlap of ecosystems in Southern Kenya. The Masai Mara, where the wildebeest enters Kenya from crossing the Mara River puts Kenya on the map for wildlife. In North you can see different species of giraffe, zebra, and ostrich which you can’t see in Tanzania.

Both Uganda and Rwanda are world famous for gorilla and chimpanzee trekking. You can also keep an eye out for golden monkeys, L’Hoest’s monkeys, giant forest hogs, forest elephants, and tree-climbing lions.

 
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