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The Best Tanzania Safaris

Tailor Made Safaris & Vacation Holidays in Tanzania


Wild Whispers Africa Safaris

The United Republic of Tanzania is perhaps the greatest wildlife destination in the world. It has amazing natural wonders, such as the Serengeti National Park, the wildlife tours of Safari Tanzania, Ngorongoro Crater and the continent’s highest mountain Mount Kilimanjaro.
Our Tanzania Tours and Safaris take you from the Serengeti with its endless herds of wildebeest and all the animals, to the tropical island of Zanzibar with its white beaches and ancient culture.

At Wild Whispers Africa Safaris, we offer unique wildlife and adventure safaris, mountain climbing expeditions,  cultural experience, and beach holidays at the enchanting isle of Zanzibar . We are here to make a custom travel itinerary for you , according to your own needs and interests .


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This concise 3-day Tanzania safari offers participants a quick yet rich exploration of two of


4-Day Tanzania Safari: Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater This concise 4-day Tanzania safari


This carefully crafted 5-day Tanzania safari offers participants a rich exploration of Tanzania’s diverse landscapes,


This carefully crafted 6-day Tanzania safari offers participants a comprehensive journey through Tanzania’s most renowned


This meticulously crafted 7-day Tanzania safari offers participants a comprehensive journey through Tanzania’s most renowned


This comprehensive 12-day Tanzania safari offers participants a journey through Tanzania’s renowned wildlife areas and

Best Things To Do in Tanzania

The Big 5 Safaris in Tanzania

Tanzania has some of Africa’s best national parks where it’s possible to see what’s known as the Big 5 – lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards and buffaloes.  Ngorongoro Crater is the easiest: four out of five are certain, lions are highly likely and leopards a bit elusive. Serengeti National Park comes second: four out five are pretty much assured, especially in the central Serengeti where leopards are very common. Ruaha, Nyerere (Selous), Tarangire and the Lake have four out of five, though the chances of seeing four varies. Rhinos are entirely absent in Nyerere, elephants are rare in Nyerere and occasional in Tarangire and Lake Manyara, Elephant herds roam Ruaha and Tarangire are great places to see them, Lake Manyara is the home of the great tree-climbing lions.

Wildebeest Migration in Tanzania

These are the wildebeest migration, a spectacular annual event in the ecosystem of the greater Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, considered one of the greatest natural showcases of the world. In fact, ‘the greatest wildlife show on Earth’ is how the British Broadcasting Corporation described it back in 1963. More than a million wildebeest move through the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem in search of fresh grazing and water supplies.

The timing of the migration differs from one area to another, with some seasons offering better experiences than others. The Northern Serengeti migration between July and September is perhaps the most famous, with wildebeest risking their lives to cross the crocodile-infested waters of the Mara River to get into Kenya’s vast Maasai Mara National Reserve. They have to valiantly fight for space with the river’s giant crocodiles, and the spectacle is absolutely thrilling to watch.


Birding In Tanzania

Being a natural environment of more than 1100 species of birds in various national parks, game reserves and other natural habitats, Tanzania can rightly be called a paradise for bird-watchers. It has over two hundred migrants, eight hundred resident species, twenty-two endemics, and forty-three near-endemics which make the country an excellent destination for beginners as well as experienced birders.

The most popular places to go birding include: Serengeti National Reserve; Ngorongoro Conservation Area; Lake Manyara National Park; Tarangire National Park; Mount Kilimanjaro National Park (a World Heritage site); Rubondo Island National Park (situated on Lake Victoria), and Ruaha National Park among others. Each of these sites offers different landscapes with varied ecosystems that will provide you with unique experiences during your trip.

Tanzania National Parks & Attractions

FAQs about Safaris in Tanzania

Dry season, June through October, is best, since wildlife-viewing is optimal when animals congregate around diminishing water sources. However, the shoulder season (November to early December, and March to May) can also be good, as crowds and prices are both lower.



1. Serengeti National Park - Known for the Great Migration and its large lion population.

2. Ngorongoro Conservation Area – home of the UNESCO World Heritage Ngorongoro Crater, a heavily translocated area, characterised in large parts by high wildlife and hominin densities.

3. Tarangire National Park - Famous for its large elephant herds and baobab trees.

4. Lake Manyara National Park - Known for its tree-climbing lions and diverse birdlife.


In Tanzania It is possible to book accommodation in: Firstly a Beach resort can be fun, it allows you to see celebraties, mainly for a high price, but sometimes not. Secondly, There are plenty of cheap and decent guest houses for mid-range traveling. However those guest houses can go wrong sometimes.
Lastly, It's recommended to at least have one high standard hotel By staying in one good hotel, you can compare the quality of the rest of the possible hotel options. Choose friendly staff and a airport nearby.

1. Luxury lodges and tented camps

2. Mid-range lodges and tented camps

3. Budget camping sites


 In Tanzania is most likely where you can find the Big Five – lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffalo – and most of the famous wildlife known to the world that comes from Africa, such as cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, hyenas, a large variety of antelope species, and alongside all the huge animals, Tanzania boasts colourful birds and smaller mammals like warthog and monkeys.


Your best duration will be determined by your budget and preference. A typical safari itinerary is 5 to 14 days with a shorter safaris (5-7 days) usually done in north circuit national parks, but other longer safaris (8-14 days) require you to visit south or west circuit national parks and Zanzibar archipelago


Tanzania is a safe country to visit and I think safari operators take their clients’ security seriously. But, as in any tourist destination, take sensible safety precautions (eg keeping your valuables safe, sticking to your guide’s instructions, staying within safe areas of the vehicle on safari game drives).