Tanzania National Parks and Game reserves
There is almost no country better known for its national parks, and more overlooked, than Tanzania; home of the most famous national parks on earth. Nature reserves are so plentiful in the county that they cover over 15% of the country’s land area. That’s over 130,000sq km.The national parks in the north make up the Tanzanian Safari routes in the north, and the south of the country.
Tons of tourists come to Tanzania specifically for safaris in national parks. There are 22 national parks in Tanzania, and they are managed by the Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA). The national parks cover around 15% of the total land area of Tanzania. The Tanzania National Parks are renowned for their incredible scenic beauty and unparalleled game-viewing.
Tourism is on the rise in the wonderful country of Tanzania and no visit is complete without a Safari In Tanzania. Each of the National Parks in Tanzania offers its own special experiences. They include adventure activities and cultural experiences that will amaze even the most experienced travellers.
Top 6 National Parks
Serengeti National Park
Serengeti National Park is located in the Mara and Simiyu regions of Tanzania. It has an area of 14,763 square kilometers. Serengeti national park is prominently known world-wide.
Ngorongoro Crater Reserve
Ngorongoro conservation area | Ngorongoro Crater was initially part of the Serengeti National Park. Found in Arusha northern Tanzania and near the Kenyan border
Tarangire National Park
The Tarangire National Park is located in Tanzania in the Manyara region. The name Tarangire originated from the Tarangire river which transverses through the park.
Lake Manyara National Park
Lake Manyara National Park is located in the regions of Arusha and Manyara in Tanzania. Lake Manyara National Park is located in the Great Rift Valley.
Kilimanjaro National park
Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania is covering an area of some 75,575 ha protects the largest free standing volcanic mass in the world and the highest mountain in Africa.
Arusha National Park
Arusha National Park covers Mount Meru, a prominent volcano with an elevation of 4566 m, in the Arusha Region (Not far from Arusha) of north eastern Tanzania.
Tanzania Mini Travel Guide
Must Do in Tanzania
Go on safari
Climb a mountain
Cheap travel tips forTanzania
When doing so, do be aware that food poisoning can be a risk (only eat food that you have seen being cooked thoroughly), and you should carry mosquito repellent (in case mosquito nets are not provided) and toilet paper (not all of the bus stops are well-equipped).
But be prepared to see and experience Tanzanian culture and hospitality at its best!