1. Skip to Menu
  2. Skip to Content
  3. Skip to Footer

UPCOMING EVENTS IN TANZANIA

Karibu/Kilifair 2018…

Karibu/Kilifair 2018…

Karibu/Kilifair 2018 (1-3 June 2018), Ushirika Sports Stadium, Moshi - Kilimanjaro Karibu Fair (T…

Read More...

Dar es salaam International Trade Fair…

Dar es salaam International Trade Fair…

Dar es salaam International Trade Fair  (28th June – 13th July 2018), Saba Saba Grounds, Dar es sal

Read More...

Zanzibar International Film Festival…

“Swahili International Tourism Expo” (S!TE)…

“Swahili International Tourism Expo” (S!TE)…

“Swahili International Tourism Expo” (S!TE)  (12th -14th October 2018), Julius Nyerere International…

Read More...

Sauti za Busara…

Sauti za Busara…

Sauti za Busara  (February 2019) Stone Town, Zanzibar

Read More...

USEFUL LINKS

Download Registration Form for Tanzanians in Russia and CIS Countries

Parks and Reserves

Northern Parks

The most developed, but unspoilt, Tanzanian tourist route is the Northern circuit which encompasses many of the parks and reserves in Northern Tanzania. The circuit includes many famous national parks and landmarks:

Serengeti National Park

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa's highest mountain).

Other famous parks include:

Tarangire National Park

 Lake Manyara National Park

Arusha National Park

Southern Parks

In the south of Tanzania lie some of the most untouched game reserves in Africa:

Selous Game Reserve

Remote and wild, the Selous is the largest game reserve in Africa. The Rufiji River flows through the reserve attracting great herds of Tanzania elephant and allowing the visitor to experience the reserve by boat. The reserve has the largest number of elephants out of all the reserved wildlife areas in the country. It also has a wide variety of other animals including lion, wild dog and crocodiles.

Ruaha National Park

Due to its relative inaccessibility Ruaha is Africa as it once was yet with all the comforts that today's traveller expects. The name derives from the great Ruaha River which flows along its entire border creating spectacular gorges. The Ruaha protects a wide variety of habitats including evergreen forest and swamp and contains the largest elephant population of Tanzania.

Western Parks

In Western Tanzania, on the banks of Lake Tanganyika, lie two parks that are famous for their wild chimpanzees and the research that goes on into animal behaviour.

Mahale Mountains National Park

Gombe Stream National Park