Here is amazing list of some animal that you might likely to spot during you trip


It is common to spot lions or other predatory animals in Tanzania wildlife parks. Throughout the year the lions roam the parks in search of prey or shade. Tanzania is known to have a healthy population of lions, lionesses and cubs. The best time to spot the predatory animals is during the dry season. During the summer months between April to June, the animals stay near the river banks. This is when you can spot most of them. 

Lion in Safariwise


Elephants in Tanzania are a very common sight and a part of the “Big Five” club. Each wildlife park or forest reserve has an abundant population of elephants. The mighty animals are very friendly and usually and are a good sport. During a safari you can even get up close to an elephant. These elephants are usually seen walking in small groups or contained in a particular area.

Elephants in The wild habitat


Giraffe is a very friendly animal and they are very easy to be spotted during safari, known for they are known for their long neck and brown spots. It is an herbivore animal and thus, you can try your luck at feeding a Giraffe. Recently, the Giraffe population has seen a downfall and the animal species are now endangered.

Giraffes in the wilderness

Black Rhino

Rhinos have been an endangered species for quite some time now and they are very rare to see. These animals occupy various habitats, like the dry forests, thickets, savannas, open plains, and sparse thorn scrub. They’re typically ill-tempered and unpredictable and may attack whatever’s unfamiliar to them.

Black Rhino

African buffalo

These African animals possess an incredible sense of smell and travel through the water to avoid the lions, who’re waiting to ambush them. These mammals are menacingly aggressive when harmed, making them one of the Big 5.

African buffalo exploring the Serengeti Mystery as an Adventure


African Leopards are mainly nocturnal animals. They prefer to live a solitary life rather than being social. Thus, seeing them in the safari during your safari tour can be splendid.

Leopard watching from a tree.


Cheetahs are deemed the fastest land animal globally, which can dash up to 70 miles per hour, Thus, you might not see them clearly while they’re on the run. In Serengeti cheetah spent most of their time sleeping on to of small kopjes and that where you might likely see them.



Wildebeest, the Wildebeests in Tanzania are the main attractions of all the safari tours. If you are looking to spot these rare beasts, you should head to the Serengeti National Park. Each year, these beasts migrate to Serengeti and it is spectacular sight to see. They move across the Mara-Serengeti area.


The best time to spot this breed of cattle is during the months of June and July. During January and February, the Wildebeests settle down in a particular area for calving season.


The white and black stripe animal has always been a favourite for most of us. We have seen a lot of them on the wildlife channels. If you are planning to visit Tanzania, you will have the chance to see the Zebras personally.

You can spot them in herds in the fields or near the river banks. Most of the safari tours cover areas where you can spot animals like Zebra, Giraffes, Hippos, Wildebeests, etc. 





Luggage, your luggage must be packed in a soft tog or duffel bag, and for internal flight the limited is 15 kilograms including the hand bag. You should also bring a day pack of 5 Kilograms to carry any essentials you might need whilst actually on safari (20 kg total flight luggage limit).

Dressing, on safari most people wear shorts and a T-shirt during the day and put on long sleeved shirts and long pants in the evening for warmth as well as protection from mosquitoes. Should you be particularly sensitive to the sun a loose cotton shirt is essential during the day.

Fleece or sweater and a windbreaker for game drives, because it is highly possible that you may go out on a hot day, but be faced with a chill evening on your return. 

Clothing in bags for traveling



Personal Medications

Bring a small kit for personal use. Your own experience and preferences will influence your choices, just in case the worst happens: diarrhea, headaches, heartburn, insect repellent, hand sanitizer, bites (antihistamine), indigestion, sore throat (lozenges), eye drops, and most important – anti-malarial tablets. Please consult with your physician. 

Personal Medications

Travel Documents

A valid passport is required for your trip; be sure to check the expiry date. It is a good idea to carry a photocopy of the photo page and the entry stamp page of your passport as an additional piece of identification.


While this websites contains Visa Information correct at time of publication, it is impossible to track political fluctuations daily.

Please check with us, as well as your own Internal Foreign Affairs Department, passport office, or local travel agent as to what visas you require.

Travel Documents

Camera, Video and Binoculars

Binoculars are essential for optimum wildlife viewing on safari (and a good pair of binoculars will make a big difference to your safari). We strongly recommend a pair of binoculars on safari. 

With millions of wildlife found in Africa you wouldn’t want to miss moment and memories, a good camera will be essential in taking back your memories home. Film and batteries can generally be obtained at the rest camps, but at a price of course, so please be sure to have sufficient supplies for your needs.

Camera, Video and Binoculars