National Parks in Tanzania
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The Selous Game Reserve is quickly becoming a wildlife-viewing gem in a country full of legendary game reserves.............
Gombe Stream National Park is a tiny park with a huge and important place in Tanzania's history. In 1960, its population of chimpanzees was the subject of Jane Goodall's
Some safari goers want nothing but vast plains, miles of bush and a plethora of animals. For those travelers, the wide vistas and impressive game viewing, of Ruaha Nation
Kitulo National Park is a botanist's dream. The park encompasses some of the more important flora species in Tanzania, on display in diversity and exuberance like few oth
Calling to mind wide savannah vistas, silhouetted acacia and shimmering red sunsets, the Serengeti deserves its place at the top of the safari circuit.............
Rubondo Island National Park rises out of the southwestern waters of Lake Victoria, surrounded by tiny islands and welcoming you to one of Tanzania's most well-preserved
While still in its early stages and lesser known in the region, the park has an important population of black rhino. The dangerously endangered species was reintroduced t
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is quickly becoming as famous as the neighbouring Serengeti Plains for its varied habitats, famous crater and rich wildlife populations..
East Africa's most visually arresting landmark and the tallest free-standing mountain on this earth is the crowning glory of Kilimanjaro National Park.............
Arusha National Park is often overlooked by tourists heading to the more famous Serengeti or Lake Manyara. Those who find the times to make a visit, however, are rarely d