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Good to know things about Tanzania Wildlife

The "Big Five" and Beyond

Tanzania is home to the world-famous "Big Five" animals: lions, elephants, buffalo, leopards, and rhinoceroses. Safari visitors are drawn to these renowned creatures.

Great Migration in the Serengeti

The Serengeti National Park is home to one of the world's most stunning wildlife phenomena, the Great Migration. Millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles migrate to richer pastures, accompanied by predators such as lions and crocodiles.

Ngorongoro Crater's Unique Ecosystem

The Ngorongoro Crater, sometimes known as the "Eighth Wonder of the World," is a volcanic crater that protects a self-contained biosphere. It is home to a diverse range of animals, including the Big Five.

Diverse Birdlife

Tanzania is a birdwatcher's paradise, with over 1,000 different species documented. Bird aficionados can enjoy a wealth of species in varied locations, ranging from the brilliant lilac-breasted roller to the majestic African fish eagle.

Frequently Asked Questions

What wildlife can you see in Tanzania?
Common creatures include zebras, giraffes, elephants, wildebeest, buffaloes, hippos, antelopes, and gazelles. Predatory creatures such as lions, cheetahs, and leopards can also be found.
Why is Tanzania so expensive?

Tanzania’s parks place a premium on exclusivity as well as natural authenticity. As a result, despite its amazing size, the number of tourists, as well as the number of vehicles and lodges in specific parks, is limited. This, once again, contributes to the increased cost.

What food is Tanzania known for?
The national meal, ugali, is Tanzania’s most well-known traditional food. This porridge-like staple, consisting of maize meal and occasionally supplemented with cassava flour, varies in flavour and consistency, but it should be stiff and not too dry or sticky.
Can you see lions in Tanzania?

Lion populations are declining across Africa, with as few as 30,000 remaining in the wild. Tanzania is a hotspot for these iconic big cats, and they may be found in all of the major safari locations, with sightings nearly assured — more than 90% of our visitors see them here.

Why is Tanzania famous?

Tanzania is home to some of the world’s most valued national parks and game reserves, including the world’s largest game reserve, the Selous Game Reserve, which is home to over 120,000 elephants, 160,000 buffalos, and 2000 rhinos. Selous also has huge populations of hippos, crocodiles, and wild dogs.

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