Serengeti National Park
The Central Serengeti, lying at the heart of this spectacular Serengeti national park,
is the most popular region in the reserve for its abundant wildlife, large numbers of big cats, and quintessential
Serengeti landscapes of acacia-studded savanna.
Simba Kopjes are the tallest rock outcrops and as the name suggests, it is a great place to witness big pride of lions in the Serengeti.
Retima hippo pool is one of the few places in the Serengeti where you can leave the safari vehicle and have close encounters and great photo opportunities of hippos.
Moru Kopjes is a picturesque rock outcrop area at the Southwest part of Serengeti where one can easily see the big five and enjoy its historical aspect of Maasai rock painting and the Gong rock
The attractive granite ridges of the Maasai Kopjes near Seronera valley make a great home to one of the most renowned lion prides in the Serengeti.
Seronera Valley is one of the perennial rivers in the central part of the Serengeti and a favorite destination for visitors who want to see the big cats
The Eastern Serengeti is one of the most beautiful areas of the national park; mountains, valleys,
and sweeping grassy plains are lush in the green season dotted with granite outcrops
and sliced through by meandering rivers.
Lies along the eastern Serengeti plains, Ngarenanyuki River attracts wildlife year-round and provides great shelter for the big cats especially with little cubs.
The Gol Kopjes is one of a set of beautiful landscape that offers a great shelter for the cats that breed at the eastern plain of Serengeti.
Found at the easternmost part of the Serengeti, Barafu kopjes and gorge provide important habitat for cheetah and populated by wildebeest and Zebra in the wet season.
Exploring the Sametu Marsh and Kopjes has always been a Safari highlight for most of our travelers as the areas provide an infinite shelter for cats at the eastern plain of Serengeti.
The Northern Serengeti is a relatively isolated and less visited area compared to other parts of the park.
It offers a chance to get away the crowds as this region wedged between the central Serengeti and Masai Mara National Reserve
to the north and tends to be comparatively active with abundant wildlife and the migration herd from July to September.
The cornerstone of northern Serengeti is the striking landscape with elegant granite rocks known as Wogakuria Kopjes that offers a boundless game viewing and photography prospect
Lies in the northern part of Serengeti the ancient green hills of Nyamalumbwa offer a superb game viewing opportunity
The Mara River lies across the migration path of ungulates at the northern part of the Serengeti ecosystem famous for its spectacular wildlife spectacle of wildebeest and Zebra crossing the river.
Lobo Valley is a gorgeous area at the northern part of Serengeti that is scattered with a stunning set of Kopjes and woodlands and offers magnificent views of mammals and Birds life.
Bologonja Springs at the north-east part of Serengeti has a flourishing ecosystem that includes a growing forest that draws larger mammals like elephants and giraffes, as well as a variety of birds and antelope species like the mountain reedbuck and steenbok.
Grassy plains scattered with granite kopjes extend endlessly across the scenically beautiful
Southern Serengeti, which stretches from the underneath of the Central Serengeti
to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Maswa Game Reserve.
The Naabi triangle is a delightful slice of a short-grass plain that lies south of Naabi Hill towards the Ndutu forest and hosts high masses of migrating ungulates during the green season.
The Matiti Plains at the southern fragment of Ndutu forest offers awe-inspiring game viewing of the female wildebeest drops their baby in the green season and lots of prey-predator interactions
The attractive and beautiful kusini plains literally come to life during the gnus birthing season and host a large number of cats and other big mammals.
As you stand on the southern Serengeti plains, you experience the vastness and witness one of the greatest concentrations of animals left on earth.
The Ndutu Forest at the southern Serengeti offers a lot of photo opportunities for migrating animals and prey-predator interaction during the annual great migration.
Naabi Hill Serengeti is one of the few spots that provide surreal views of the great ungulate migration and prey-predator interactions at the southern plains of Serengeti during birthing time
Spreading throughout Lake Victoria, the west Serengeti (or Western Corridor of Serengeti) is abundant wildlife,
little-visited area of the Serengeti national park famed for the thrilling river crossings of the Grumeti River
during the Great Migration between May and July.
The famous Grumeti River on the western flank of the Serengeti offers plenteous year-round wildlife viewing and is home to many enormous crocodiles.
Stretched from the famous Moru kopjes to Lake Victoria, the Mbalageti River forms a seasonal pathway for wildebeest and zebra migration each year and offers excellent wildlife encounters all year round.
Tarangire National Park
The big numbers of elephants, wildlife migration, baobab trees (these grow in the open acacia)
in addition to the tree climbing African pythons give wonderful sightings to see which make Tarangire a popular
destination on a Tanzania Safari.
A visit to Poacher’s Hide at Tarangire is always breathtaking. This historical old baobab tree served as a hiding place for poachers until the mid-1990s when the park rangers discover it.
The lively Silale Swamp Tarangire always acts as one of the highlights when visiting Tarangire and provides a lot of opportunities for animal encounters.
Arusha National Park
The shift between unappealing urban chaos and pristine mountain trekking trails is rarely so abrupt as it is in Arusha National Park.
One of Tanzania’s most beautiful and topographically varied protected areas, Arusha national park is dominated by Mount Meru, an almost perfect volcanic cone with a spectacular crater. It also sanctuaries Ngurdoto Crater (often dubbed Little Ngorongoro crater),
with its swamp-filled floor and lost-world feel.
The area around the Momella lakes is surrounded by green hills. Here you will find seven lakes, surrounded by bush savanna and acacias. Some bowls were molded by the previous eruption of Mount Meru, which has a porous ground allowing enough water to the surface to form the lakes. The prime and also most fascinating ones are the Big and the Small Momella Lakes. Flamingos mainly prefer the Small Momella Lake due to its high level of alkaline.
A visit to Ngurdoto crater on a safari to Arusha National park is always breathtaking. This volcanic crater is 3.6 km in diameter and 100 meters deep is surrounded by forest whilst the crater floor is a swamp and is home to large herds of buffaloes, black and white colobus and blue monkeys, among dozens other features in in the area. A walking safari around the rim of the famous Ngurdoto Crater is another overwhelming experience on your visit to Arusha National Park