MOUNT KILIMANJARO 5895m,
Kilimanjaro is one of the world's most accessible high summits, a beacon for visitors from around the world. Most climbers reach the crater rim with little more than a walking stick, proper clothing and determination. And those who reach Uhuru Point, the actual summit, or Gillman's Point on the lip of the crater, will have earned their climbing certificates. And their memories.
National Park lies 130 kilometers outside of Arusha town and encompasses Lake Manyara and its surroundings. Visit the park's five different vegetation zones including groundwater forest, acacia woodland, open areas of short grass, swamps, and the lake's alkaline flats. You'll encounter more than 350 species of birds and view baboon, warthog, giraffe, hippopotamus, elephant and buffalo. If you're lucky, you'll catch a glimpse of Manyara's famous for the tree-climbing lions.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
The Ngorongoro Conservation area borders the Serengeti in northern Tanzania and includes the world's largest crater which acts as a natural enclosure for almost every species of wildlife found in East Africa. This includes the very rare black rhino. The Ngorongoro Crater is where you'll witness some of the densest population of wildlife in the world and it's a truly amazing place for photographers. The Masai still live within the conservation area, and it's also home to Olduvai where some of man's earliest remains have been found.
ARUSHA NATIONAL PARK.
The often overlooked offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in Northern Tanzania. Arusha National Park includes Mount Meru, and game highlights consist of giraffe, cape buffalo, elephant, zebra, flamingo and hippo. Several primate species including black and white colobus monkey, blue monkey and vervet monkey thrive in the tropical forests. The patient ornithologist will be rewarded with the chance to spot elusive forest birds such as Hartlaub's Turaco etc. We can organize guided bush walks, too.
TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK.
is famous for its giant baobab trees as well as the thousands of elephants and giraffes feeding along the banks of the Tarangire River. Tarangire is home to the largest termite mounds in Tanzania, some of which reach up to fifteen feet in height.
Herds of up to 300 elephants scratch the dry river bed for underground streams, while migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest and eland crowd the shrinking lagoons. It's the greatest concentration of wildlife outside the Serengeti ecosystem - a smorgasbord for predators – and the one place in Tanzania where dry-country antelope such as the stately fringe-eared oryx and peculiar long-necked gerenuk are regularly observed.
SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK
The largest of the northern safari parks, is renowned for the abundance of wildlife. The Serengeti is mostly grassland plains and acacia scrub dotted with rock outcrops known as kopjes, which serve as both hideouts and lookouts for many species of animals. Many clients visit the Serengeti during the gregarious procession of millions of wildebeest and zebra in their search for water and food. The famous migration offers excellent opportunities to view animal behavior as well as the chance to see a kill.
Is off the beaten track with many attractions including a river walk with two waterfalls, a hike across a soda lake with flamingos, and a trek up Oldonyio Lengai, an active volcano.
is located in the heart of the Great Rift Valley and has erupted fifteen times in the past century. A challenging hike to the top of the Mountain of God offers an opportunity to view molten lava. Visiting Lake Natron also allows clients to meet traditional Maasai women and children as well as purchase their handmade jewelry.
MKOMAZI NATIONAL PARK
Lies just south of the Kenya border in the shadows of the Pare Mountains. Although in some seasons it is difficult to spot game in Mkomazi, its dry savannah is one of the best spots to bird watch in Northern Tanzania. There are over 400 bird species and virtually no tourists or safari vehicles, even during peak safari season. The reserve is also home to the Mkomazi Rhino Project, a conservation effort that is reintroducing black rhinos and African hunting dogs to the area. Game highlights include the rhinos, hunting dogs, elephants, zebra, ostrich and several species of antelope. Extended walking safaris are possible in Mkomazi ranging from a few hours to a few days.
Lake Eyasi is highly recommended for cultural safaris.
Lake Eyasi is a soda lake located at the southwest corner of Ngorongoro Crater in the conservation area highlands. The lake is around 1050 km2 (400 square miles) and is 1040 m (3400 feet) above sea level. The main tributary is the Sibiti River and the secondary tributary is the Baray River. The Baray River has now become one of the primary onion growing regions for Tanzania and East Africa.
Small groups of Hadzabe bushmen live around Lake Eyasi. Their language resembles the click languages of other bushmen further south in the Kalahari. Their small population was seriously threatened, in particular during the period when Julius Nyerere tried to introduce his Ujuma policy. The tribe resisted the forcible settlement policies of Julius Nyerere and nowadays most of their children have never seen a doctor or school - the bush provides for all their needs and is a class room for their offspring.
They are often willing for visitors to come and see their simple bush homes where the tree canopy alone or a cave provides them with shelter. They live entirely off the bush and from hunting, generally small antelopes and baboons, although in rainy seasons gazelles and antelopes come down from the Ngorongoro or Serengeti to their then lush bush lands offering them richer pickings. In the recent past their hunting activities were resented by trophy hunters who tried to stop their "illegal" hunting.
The string on their lethal bows is made from giraffe tendons and the arrows are coated with a strong poison made from another tree. The commiphora tree povides excellent firewood which they kindle by rubbing wood, a green commiphora provides a mosquito-repelling sap, juice squeezed out of the sansaveria provides a cure for snake bites while aloe is used to heal cuts. Roots provide a wide range of medicines and the mighty baobab fruits as a source of drink. A few hours spent with the bushmen makes the apparently an hospitable bush country come to life and to watch them hunt a unique experience as they stealthily spot then creep up on their prey skillfully killing it.
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