Tanzania perhaps has more to offer than Kenya because of the Serengeti ecosystem, which is part of the Southern, migration. This is where the famous Ngorongoro Crater and Olduvai Gorge are located. Brian Gaisford worked on Rhino poaching prevention for nine years in the northern part of the Serengeti. As a result, Brian knows a vast variety of people in the Tanzanian wildlife industry.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is a vast volcanic caldera that offers tremendous game‐viewing opportunities. You will embark on an unforgettable safari into the Crater. Ngorongoro is one of the most picturesque settings for observing wildlife. With around 30,000 resident animals, the game viewing is excellent all year round. Encounters with animals are frequent in this Garden of Eden, and there is a wide variety to see. Lake Magadi, the soda lake on the floor of the Crater, is home to thousands of Flamingos. This is also one of the best places to see the endangered Black Rhino.
Serengeti National Park
Established in 1951, the Serengeti is renowned for the annual migration that takes place across the savannah – thousands upon thousands of animals as far as the eye can see.
Tarangire National Park
The Tarangire National Park is one of Tanzania's less visited places. Established in 1970, it takes its name from the Tarangire River, a permanent watercourse that cuts a swathe through the middle of the Park, allowing fantastic views along the valley. On approaching the Park however, the most eye-catching aspect is the view of baobab trees rising from the plain. The scars on their trunks bear witness to the presence of large herds of Elephant that Tarangire attracts.
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