Ngorongoro Conservation Area

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ngorongoro Conservation Area is an extraordinary volcanic landscape that’s rich and fertile, with stunning craters and lakes.

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Ngorongoro Crater

At a size of 265 km2, the Ngorongoro Crater is the planet’s largest intact caldera. It has often been referred to as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.

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Olduvai Gorge

Olduvai Gorge is the most famous paleoanthropological site in the world. The gorge is known for having revealed the remains of human footprints from as far back as 3.6 million years ago.

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Serengeti National Park

With its vast, ever-stretching grasslands, the Serengeti National Park is Tanzania’s largest National Park. It is without doubt one of the world’s greatest havens for wildlife.

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Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is Tanzania’s sixth largest wildlife park. It is famous for its numerous herds of elephants and tree-climbing lion. It is also home to 550 bird varieties.

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Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park boasts some highly contrasting habitats with a wealth of flora and fauna, as well as a diverse collection of bird life and wildlife, including the legendary tree-climbing lion.

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Saadani National Park

Saadani National Park is one of Tanzania’s newest wildlife parks. It is home to 30 species of large mammals, including elephant, lion, giraffe, buffalo, wildebeest and zebra.

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Selous Game Reserve

Named after Sir Frederick Selous, the Selous Game Reserve was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, due to its undisturbed environment and wide variety of animals.

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Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s largest national park. It is home to 436 bird species, 10,000 elephant and large buffalo herds, as well as the rare and endangered African Wild Dog.

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Mahale Mountains National Park

The Mahale Mountains National Park, along with Gombe to the north, is one of the most remote parks in Tanzania. It is home to approximately 900 chimpanzees.

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Gombe Stream National Park

Bordering Lake Tanganyika, Gombe Stream National Park is famous for being the location where Jane Goodall conducted her behavioral research on chimpanzee populations.

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Kilimanjaro National Park

Kilimanjaro National Park covers an area of some 75,575 ha and protects the largest free-standing volcanic mass in the world and the highest mountain in Africa.

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Mikumi National Park

Mikumi National Park is one of Tanzania’s wildlife treasures and is teaming with lion, elephant, giraffe, buffaloes, zebra, antelope, hippo, crocodiles and many more animals.

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Mkomazi National Reserve

Mkomazi National Reserve is the youngest park in Tanzania. It has stunning scenery and great views of Mount Kilimanjaro, and is home to the endangered wild dog and black rhino.

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Mafia Island Marine Park

The Mafia Island Marine Park boasts some of the most healthy and well-protected marine ecosystems in the world including estuaries, mangroves, coral reefs and beautiful sandy beaches.

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Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park

Situated in the Mitwara district, the Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park is considered to have globally significant marine biodiversity and covers 650 square kilometres, of which 33% is on land.

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Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park is a small jewel that lies on the slopes of the stunning Meru Volcano. The park offers travellers some of the most magnificent views of Mount Kilimanjaro.

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Sinya / Elerai

Sinya is a stunning private concession bordering Kenya at Amboseli National Park. It is one of the few areas where bull elephants, over 50 years old, can be seen regularly.

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