Arguably nothing can beat the magic of a Tanzanian safari. A destination marked by both forested jungles and expansive plains, this East African country has a remarkable diversity of wildlife. Whether seen up close in the fascinating Ngorongoro Crater, home to around 30,000 animals. The Serengeti National Park, renowned for its annual migration of nearly two million wildebeest. Or the Tarangire National Park which, thanks to great conservation efforts, is home to the densest population of Elephants in Tanzania.
If you’re interested in Tanzanian safari chances are you’re looking to see the Big Five. The lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and black rhino can all be found in here. Although the black rhino can only be found in the Ngorongoro Crater.
Other than the big 5, Tanzania also boasts a further 425 species and subspecies of animals among the country’s more than four million wild animals. Not forgetting there are also over 1000 species of birds too.