Mahale Mountains National Park

“The magical Chimps trekking Paradise” The oldest and deepest lakes in the world lie in Lake Tanganyika, a pristine remote park, Mahale National Park, where chimpanzees, jungles, and mountains are the greatest known population. You are pleased to visit the park, as you have an opportunity to drive a game, see chimpanzees, hike, dive, and […]

Gombe National Park

Home to the Chimpanzee Among these is the Gombe National Park. Tanzania is home to some genuinely wild regions. As a game reservation, Gombe’s natural significance was recognized in 1943. Following Dr. Jane Goodall’s groundbreaking inquiry in 1960—declared to be the world’s longest-running primate study—Gombe gained notoriety. In 1968, the preservation status was raised to […]

Rubondo Island National Park

The green pearl in blue waters The formal National Park of Rubondo Island was in 1977. For both migratory birds and fish species, Tilapia and the Nile perch, it is an important breeding habitat as it was the sole well-protected and conserved area in the waters of Lake Victoria for a long time. The park […]

Nyerere National Park

“The Land of the Mighty Rufiji” This is the biggest national park in Africa! The 30.893km2 park has the largest wildlife concentration in the world. The park has an extraordinary dimensions. The wildlife collection is truly remarkable in terms of diversity and richness. Visitors will see amazing numbers of uncommon and common animals in this […]

Udzungwa Mountains National Park

World Biodiversity Hot spots The National Park Udzungwa was created in 1992 and formally opened by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, former President and founder of the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF). The word “Udzungwa” originates from the word “Wadsungwa” referring to one of the indigenous “Hehe” tribes who once lived in mountain slopes. […]

Mikumi National Park

“Wildlife at a Glance” Mikumi is the most attractive safari park as accessible as it is. This park gives an authentic taste and save your precious time. The Park features a wide range of fauna easy to see. Its proximity to Dar makes this a perfect spot for travelers who don’t have to spend a […]

Saadani National Park

Where the Bush meets the Beach Saadani National Park is a one-of-a-kind environment, a paradise where nature meets beach life.This not only offers you the chance to immerse yourself in the Indian Ocean immediately after the safari, but also to enjoy an unparalleled view of marine and mainland plants and fauna in a fascinating natural […]

Kitulo National Park

The God’s Garden The park’s history extends back to 1870, when the region was visited by Fredrick Elton, an explorer. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization for Wheat and Sheep Schemes occupied a huge region in the 1960s. In 1972 the property was repurposed into a farm for diaries, as no wheat or sheep grew […]

Katavi National Park

Discover the Untouched Wildness The Katavi National Park, which was once a game reserve in the western portion of Tanzania, was created in 1974. It was 1823km2 at first It was increased to 4,471km2 in 1997. In 1997. The park is 40 kilometers to the south of the town of Mpanda which is after Ruaha […]

Ruaha National Park

“Explore the Wondering Nature” One of the most remarkable wilderness areas in the country.It is the second largest national park in Southern Central Tanzania and has an area of 20,226 During the dry season, animals are brought to the Great Ruaha River and other water sources when watching the wildlife at their best. The […]