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Ngorongoro National Park

A trip to the Crater means that you will find yourself
surrounded by the impressive crater walls gazing at the
striking display of wildlife that inhabit this confined area.
You will see large herds of zebra and wildebeest grazing
side by side with sleeping lions lazing in the midday sun.
And you are lucky, because here you will also find the endangered black
rhino.
The crater, which is actually a type of collapsed volcano called a caldera, is
often referred to as “Africa’s Eden” or “The 8th natural wonder of the world”

Tarangire National Parks

L ocated slightly off the main safari route, Tarangire National Park is
a lovely quiet park in Northern Tanzania that is most famous for its
elephant migration, birding and quiet authentic safari atmosphere.   
With a game viewing area that is roughly ten times the size of nearby
Manyara and a concentration of game that is exceptional from July through
to October, this seasonal Tanzania safari park is a little gem on the Northern
safari circuit, especially if you love elephants.

Lake Manyara

L akenManyara is a lovely scenic park on the road from
Arusha to the Ngorongoro Crater.  The lake itself takes
up much of the park leaving a strip of land running down
its shores where game concentrates.  Famous for its tree
climbing lions, good elephants and baboons, Manyara is
often visited for an afternoon’s game drive on the way to Ngorongoro.
Overall it’s a great introduction to a Tanzania safari, but a park that is not a
patch on its neighbours. It’s not a first choice of ours simply because of the

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