Tanzania National Parks​

Best National Parks in Tanzania


National Parks in Tanzania

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Explore the best national parks in Tanzania. Offering the best authentic safari experiences, Tanzania National Parks are some of the best parks in East Africa. Tanzania holds records of having the largest national parks and reserves in Africa. with its big size, Tanzania is a host of incredible and iconic safari parks that are creating memorable safari experiences for tourists. 

Visit the Serengeti National Park for the great wildebeest migration and calving. The Serengeti is 114,763 km² in size, giving you endless opportunities to explore the wild. The Serengeti is almost 10 times big than the Masai Mara. It’s won the best safari park in Africa awards severally. 

Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a dream destination for many tourists as it’s known to be the biggest caldera in the world, where wildlife and environment conservation is taken seriously. Spot the black rhinos and big cats in the Ngorongoro crater, and other wildlife species. It is also known to be one of the best wildlife and human conservation case study.

Fly to the Ruaha National Park and witness huge herds of wild elephants walking under huge baobab wilderness. Ruaha National Park is known to be the biggest in Tanzania, covering an area of 20,226 km² in size. The park is known to have the largest pride and lion population in Africa. 

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What are the best National Parks in Tanzania?

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Wondering which are the best Tanzania National Parks? Well, with the variety that the country offers, there are a lot of safari destinations you can visit that will offer you the best adventure in Tanzania. With expansive and huge wildlife-protected areas, Tanzania is blessed to offer authentic wild safaris.

The most popular wildlife park in Tanzania is Serengeti National Park. Known for its big cats’ documentaries and the wildebeest migration, the Serengeti is home to so many wildlife species and flora. Serengeti is home to almost 2 million wildebeests and zebras that migrate every year from Serengeti to Masai Mara in Kenya. 

The Ngorongoro crater, an award winning UNESCO Heritage destination, offers conservation to wildlife species that are endangered. Ngorongoro is also known for human evolution which man is believed to have evolved from. Visit the Olduvai Gorge to learn more about this history and other facts. 

Tarangire and Lake Manyara are also some of the best safari parks in Tanzania. Tarangire offers sightings of large elephant herds within the wild forested baobab ecosystem. Lake Manyara is known to be the of the greater and lesser flamingos in Tanzania.

Tarangire National Park in Tanzania

Tarangire National Park in Tanzania

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Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania

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Best Time To Visit Tanzania

When to Visit Tanzania

Generally, Tanznaia is best to visit in the dry-season months of July – October when the parks are dry and wildlife viewing is dramatic, easy, and action-packed. 


1st April to June 15th and 15th Nov to 15th Dec

If you are looking for an intimate exclusive safari but affordable Tanzania Safari, this is the best time to visit. 

The best places to visit include the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro and Tarangire among many others.

high SEASON:

Jan 10th to 1st April and 1st Nov to 15th Dec

One of the most considered seasons to travel and visit East Africa, including Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. 

Easy to spot the big five and the big cats of the Masai Mara, Bwindi Park, and Serengeti other major parks.


15th June to 30th Oct, 15th Dec to 10th Jan

An action-filled season to witness the great wildebeest migration and crossings in Kenya and Tanzania.

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Tanzania National Parks FAQs

Tanzania Safari Bookings Q&A

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Which National Park in Tanzania is the best?

Serengeti National Park. Home to the Great Migration, Serengeti National Park easily makes its way into most bucket lists. This fascinating park presents all kinds of ecosystems which allows it to host a variety of plants, birds and animals.

What is the largest park in Tanzania?

Nyerere National Park is now the Largest National Park in Tanzania with the size of 30,893km square…. 

How many national parks are in Tanzania?

There are 22 national parks in Tanzania, many of which form the core of a much larger protected ecosystem, which have been set aside to preserve the country’s rich natural heritage and to provide secure breeding grounds where its fauna and flora can thrive, safe from the conflicting interests of a growing human population.

What is Serengeti National Park famous for?

It is best known for its huge herds of plains animals (especially gnu [wildebeests], gazelles, and zebras), and it is the only place in Africa where vast land-animal migrations still take place.

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