National Parks

Each of Tanzania’s sixteen national parks offers up a unique experience, meaning that no two days on safari are ever the same.

This variety of landscapes really does let you design a safari experience that is perfect for you. While many prefer the comfort and ease of a classic safari across the Serengeti or through dusty Tarangire, others might prefer to stretch their legs with a guided walking safari or get really adventurous with some climbing Kilimanjaro or canoeing.

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  • Rwenzori Mountains National Park

    Situated on the Uganda-Congo border, Rwenzori Mountains National Park is believed to be home to the fabled ‘Mountains of the Moon’. Whether there’s truth ...

  • Samburu National Reserve

    The Samburu National Reserve lies on the hot and arid vast desert once known as the Northern frontier district. It is a less crowded reserve, but offering great encounter. The...

  • Ol Payeta Conservancy

    Ol Payeta Conservancy is the non-profit wildlife conservancy, a sanctuary for chimpanzee and generates income for wildlife tourism for and community development. It is home to...

  • Saadani National Park

    One of Tanzania's newest parks and its best kept secrets, Saadani National Park is where the Indian Ocean meats the East African bushlands.  East Africa's only...

  • Gombe Stream National Park

    It's a great place to see chimps up close and personal as many of the family groups are habituated to humans. With the possible exception of Mahale Mountains National Park , n...

  • Udzungwa Mountains National Park

    A paradise for bird watchers, flower lovers and the primate seeking visitors. Udzungwa Mountains National Park is perhaps Tanzania's most important sanctuary of ter...

  • Lake Manyara National Park

    With a variety of landscapes, Lake Manyara National Park offers a compact safari experience that gives visitors the chance to see everything from the vibrant flamingoes to the...

  • Selous Game Reserve

    Weighing in at over four times the size of the Serengeti, the wild frontiers of the Selous Game Reserve are home to a dizzying number of animals including over 200,000 cape bu...

  • Kilimanjaro National Park

    Home to Africa's highest mountain and the tallest free standing mountain in the world, Mount Kilimanjaro is dominated by the stunning vista that 'Kili' provides. ...

  • Arusha National Park

    Arusha National Park is a perfect trip for day safaris, as it is close to both Arusha and Moshi. With terrain that ranges from open savannah to tropical rainforest, the park i...

  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area

    Your first glimpse of stunning Ngorongoro will likely come from the heavily forested viewpoint that looks down upon its sun-drenched, cloud dappled magnificence. Ringed on all...

  • Mikumi National Park

    Frequently compared to the Serengeti in the north, Mikumi is a sprawling national park that borders the massive Selous Game Reserve. The broad Mkata floodplain is an ideal ...

  • Tarangire National Park

    A short drive from Arusha, the Tarangire National Park offers a fantastic game driving experience all year round. Home to Tanzania's largest population of elephants, Tarangire...

  • Ruaha National Park

    The Ruaha National Park is a fantastic place for those with a thirst for for blood to see predators and prey interacting as they have for millennia....

  • Mkomazi National Park

    Offering fantastic views of Kilimanjaro and a large population of African game, Mkomazi is an often overlooked Tanzanian gem with a number of species easier to see here tha...

  • Kitulo National Park

    One of the most important watersheds for the Great Ruaha River, Kitulo is well known for its floral significance – not only a multitude of orchids, but also the stunning yel...

  • Lake Nakuru National Park

    Lake Nakuru National Park is the Kenya’s first rhino sanctuary is established in this park since the rhino is an endangered species. The park hosts large population of these...

  • Amboseli National Park

    Amboseli is a place of wide dry plains with the horizons stretching to farthest to become with the sky and is dotted with green swamps and semi-arid acacia trees and grasses w...

  • Buffalo Spring Reserve

    The reserve is popular with tourists because of its diverse and unique wildlife. Among the vegetation which is mainly acacia woodland and bush-lands and river-line forests the...

  • Maasai Mara National Reserve

    Maasai Mara (Masai Mara) is one of Africa’s Greatest Wildlife Reserves and it is one of the best known and most popular reserves. Maasai Mara and the Serengeti National Park...

  • Nairobi National Park

    Nairobi, the capital city of Nairobi boasts of a very unique feature. It’s the only city in the world with a National park and therefore boasts of natural wilderness with wi...

  • Tsavo East and West National Park

    Land of Lava, Springs and Man Eaters. The twin parks form one of Africas largest wilderness reserves consisting of 10 million acres of pure wilderness made of savannah, range ...

  • Hells Gate National Park

    Hells Gate National Park is the ideal venue for a day trip excursion, a camping stop over or a picnic spot out of Nairobi. It provides an endless biodiversity and is the only ...

  • Aberdares National Park

    The Aberdares are the moorlands full of mist and here elephants roam through the thick dense forest and sights of spectacular waterfalls plunging down into pools and streams f...

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