National Parks In Northern Tanzania

One of the most popular safaris you can take is around the Northern Tanzania Circuit and it is a favoured route for holidaymakers and explorers. Tanzania is extremely diverse, with a large part of the country devoted to the conservation of wildlife in its natural habitat.

Visiting Northern Tanzania

Northern Tanzania is a treasure trove of mountains, lakes and savannah plains with opportunity to the view incredible game. See the pink flamingos at Lake Manyara, which are truly incredible or enjoy other bird-watching in the area.

There's no doubt that The Serengeti is famed to be one of the best game reserves in the world. It is where you can see the Big Five, tree-climbing lions and a number of other exciting animals. If you travel during the wildebeest migration you can see millions of animals travel across the plains. Additionally, the Ngorongoro Crater has more than 30,000 different animals living in the area. See zebras, gazelles, black rhino, lions and more roam free in their natural habitat.

For those of you who want to see the elephants, travel to the Tarangire National Park and Tarangire River, where you'll be able to get as close as possible to these giant, statuesque creatures.

Whether you're looking for a lodge safari or a camp safari, Bushbuck can organise either.

Lodge Safaris

Lodge Safaris

A Lodge Safari is a tour around the safari parks including accommodation in Safari Lodges in the National Park. This means you reside on-site, enjoying everything nature has to offer. Tented camps are also available in some of the National Parks and continue to be a popular choice.

Camp Safaris

Camp Safaris

Some of our camps are permanent structures, on a concrete or wooden base. Other camps are what we describe as "Mobile" camps which means they move around at different times of the year to follow the animal migration routes and therefore allow you as much opportunity as possible to witness the spectacle.

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