Lake Manyara
Ngorongoro Crater
Tanzania Game Parks & Reserves

Tanzania’s National Parks and Game Reserves are home to an incredible variety of wildlife, flora and even cultures. The country can boast of National Parks and Conservation areas covering an amazing 25 % of its land mass.  Almost half of these are located in the northern part of Tanzania. Dramatic landscapes, pristine wilderness, glittering lakes and incredible wildlife are the hallmarks of Tanzania’s Parks and Game Reserves.
The so-called Northern Safari Circuit, comprising Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater, showcases Tanzania’s finest and most accessible game viewing areas.  The Ngorongoro Crater is a renowned world heritage site and a natural wonder, earning the title of the Eighth Wonder of the World, whilst the Serengeti National Park is the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world, famously known for its great migration of close to 2 million wildebeest, gazelle and zebras.
Tarangire is home to huge herds of elephant and magnificent baobab trees.  Lake Manyara, nestled at the foot of the Great African Rift Valley is known for its tree climbing lions and amazing birdlife.
The Southern Circuit boasts the Ruaha National Park and Africa’s greatest protected game reserve the “Selous.”  They both offer the experience of a wilder untouched Africa.