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Serengeti national park is one of the biggest national park in Africa covers 14,750 sq km of grassland plains, savanna, riverine forest and woodlands, with the word Serengeti means ‘’Endless plains’’ in Maasai language, the park lies in the northwest Tanzania, broadened to the knot by the Kenyan border where it is continuous with Maasai Mara National reserve. The park is famous in the annual Migration of over 1.5 Million bearded (brindled) wildebeest and 250,000 Zebras and for its Nile crocodile and honey badge.

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Tarangire is the sixth largest National park In Tanzania located in Manyara Region, The name of the park originated from the Tarangire River that crosses at the park, The River is a primary source of water and during the dry season there is long distance Migration of wildebeest and zebras. where by thousands animals concentrates in Tarangire national park from the surrounding wet season dispersal and calving areas. The park covers area approximately 2850 square kilometer (1100 sq miles) and it is very famous of high destiny of elephants and African baobab trees.

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This is one of the world-class tourist destination, famous for wildlife co existing with semi nomadic maasai pastoralist practicing traditional livestock grazing, the area consist of the spectacular Ngorongoro crater(250 km2) which is the world’s largest unbroken Caldera in the eastern (great) Rift Valley, there is a large population of wild ungulates in the crater including the only visible populations of Black Rhinoceros in their natural environment, Ngorongoro crater is a home to a population of about 25,000 large animals, mostly ungulates, it also the home to about 500 species of birds. The crater covers the area of 304 sq km2 and its diameter is 19.5 km, while its depth is 630m with the floor dominated by open grass.

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Located in both Arusha and Lake Manyara with the Majority of the land area of the park is a narrow strip running between Gregory Rift wall to the west and the lake Manyara an alkaline Soda or Soda lake to the East, Consist of 330km2 with 130sq m of arid land, forest and a soda lake covers as much as (200 km2), The park is well known for Flamingos that inhabitant the lake, more than 400 species of birds, with animals like lions leopards, elephants, blue Monkeys, dik dik, gazelles.

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Seasonal shallow salt lake on the floor of the great rift Valley at the base of Serengeti plateau, also tourist will get a chance also to visit the tribes residing around such as Hadzabe tribe which rely on free ranging game for hunting and the gathering of wild foods a berries honey and tubers, the tourists will get a chance to do hunting , to experience and enjoy a truly fascinating the Hadzabe lifestyle. In this package there is also visiting of another tribe called Datoga tribe, these are the pastoralist also skilled silversmith who lives near hadza and supply them with Iron tips, knives and spears in exchange for honey and fruits, where the tourist will gerta chance to visit their market and and see how the blacksmith operates.

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Lake natron is a soda lake at the base of the active Ol donyo Lengai volcano, the area around the lake is always described as having desolated and almost lunar beauty, it is found in the northern part of Tanzania and while you are there you can get a chance to do various activities such as Walking around the lake, streams and waterfalls at Ngaresero, camping and also to see the clear view of Mount Ol donyo Lengai and do trekking to the mountain which is also called “Mountain of God’’ by the maasai tribe lives at the area

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Arusha national park is the closest national park in Arusha, most popular destinations for day trips visitors, Mount Meru is found within this national park, also within the park there are various activities such as game viewing, view of ngurdoto crater, shallow alkaline momella lakes.

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In Kilimanjaro national park there is Mount Kilimanjaro which is the highest African mountain and one of the continental Magnified sight with 3 volcanic peaks such as kibo, Mawenzi and shira, the mountain has about 4900 metres from its base and 5895 above the sea level. Our hiking to mount Kilimanjaro includes all the routes such as Machame, Marangu, Lemosho and Rongai route.

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Mount Meru at its 4562 meters it is a Tanzanian second highest mountain and the fourth highest mountain in Africa, the mountain is active but dormant volcano located north Arusha in Tanzania, it is 70km from Mountain Kilimanjaro and it became popular as “Warm up” trek for Kilimanjaro climber’s.