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Dry Season (June – October).
Most travellers pick the dry season (which takes place from late June to October) for a safari in Tanzania National Parks. Animals gather around rivers and waterholes to quench their thirst. The Great Migration is at its absolute prime and your chances of witnessing an iconic river crossing are at their best.
Wet Season (December – March)
During this time the wildebeest are in the southern area of the Serengeti, more specifically in Ndutu which is actually in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and it is calving season. Along with the river crossings, this is a real highlight of the wildebeest’s journey and a fabulous time to see the herds congregate on the dramatic sweeping plains of the south. February is the only time of year when you are almost guaranteed to see the big herds all together as they always come south for calving season.
1.Serengeti National Park
Serengeti is one of the most famous wildlife areas in the world with the greatest concentration of wild animals on the planet!
This world -renownedPark is a sanctuary for last remaining annual mammal migration in the world.
Serengeti is home to the richest large predator/prey interactions worldwide and its plant and animal diversity is equally rich.
There are more than 530 species of bird that has been recorded in Serengeti, a quarter of which migrate annually to or through the park.
2.Tarangire National Park
Tarangire, with many African Elephants per square kilometers than any other national park in the country, lies about 120Km southwest of Arusha City.
The Park got its name from Tarangire River that flows through the centre of the Park and form the dry season refuge for wildlife especially elephants.
In this park visitors will be able to see threatened as well as endangered species ofsuch as ebony trees, Python, cheetah, elephants, African wild dogs, lesser and greater Kudu, Beisa Oryx, Gerenuk and others
Birdlife in Tarangire is just Amazing ! About 550 species of birds have been recorded in the park, which is larger number of bird species than the famous Serengeti.
3.Lake Manyara National Park.
The rift valley escarpment wall give the Park a spectacular view.
Famous for its tree-climbing lions, the Park, with its underground water forest support many lives especially the primates.
Hot water springs is one of the rare geological feature that give visitors to this area an opportunity to explore. The springs are 70 degrees warm enough to boil an egg.
For birdwatchers ,the Park is a paradise with more than 350 species of birds identified.
More than two million flamingoes have been countedin the lake at the same time.
An opportunity to walk on canopy is also available giving a bird-eye view of the ground water forest.
4.The Ngorongoro Crater
The breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater is the biggest with the size of 304 square kilometers. Before it collapsed, the Ngorongoro Crater was said to have been 4587m above the sea level. Kilimanjaro which is a crater, not a caldera is the highest mountain in Africa. The heart of the NCA is Ngorongoro crater which is well known as the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera (crater) and is the home of elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos and buffalo.
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