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The Ultimate Tanzania Safari of the Wild

Tanzania safari offers an amazing experience of a wild safari holiday. It is a paradise for both the animals and animal lovers. Tanzania pays more attention to wildlife conservation than any other country in the world. As a result, the country has some of the purest reserves in the world.

The northern circuit of Tanzania is famous in Africa for being one of the best places for closely viewing wildlife. The wildlife is naturally abundant here because of natural resources like the Serengeti and Ngorongoro craters and man-made resources like game reserves. These features make Tanzania safari even more pleasurable. Ngorongoro craters are one of the wonders of the natural world.

While staying in Tanzania, make sure to stay at a place that is close to the crater as that would give you a very eventful view. As said by one of the tourists from Sheffield, “The hotel was perched right on the craters edge, when the mist isn’t around. If you stay here the night before you tour the crater, the view from the hotel balcony can be very eventful.” And he eventually got to see an unusual event in the last hours of sunlight, “I spent some time looking for animal and witness two bull elephants fighting. It seems like most of the action happens when the tourist leaves, so keep an eye out for activity.”

Crackling of the campfire, getting the taste of coffee early in the morning that was boiled on wood burnt coals and many such things that are typical to these safaris. The most renowned spots in Tanzania safari are Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire, and Selous national parks. Animals are abundant in places like these. Near Lake Manyara you may even spot a tree-climbing lion, in case you are lucky. Serengeti National Park is Tanzania’s largest national park.

Tanzania is world famous for its cheetah safari. This gives a surprising experience of viewing cheetah from close. Included in the safari is a visit to the Samburu Game Reserve where a lot of cheetahs can be spotted near the Ewaso Nyiro River. The cheetah safari is also well organized and also includes game viewing of other rare animals like the Beisa Oryx, Grevy’s zebra, blue necked Somali Ostrich.

The cheetah safari essentially includes a trip of eight days which includes places like Samburu, Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara. These places are the closest to seeing wild life.

Going on a Tanzania safari these days has become very simple with the help of the tour operators. They offer stay at the best luxury lodges and plan your holiday in such a way so that you get to see the maximum. And as the popularity of these holiday activities are increasing, so are the innovative ways of entertainment. These safaris can even be custom made to suit your specifications.