Tanzania Walking Safaris

from $191 /person

Tanzania Walking Safaris offer a unique and immersive way to experience the breathtaking landscapes and diverse wildlife of Tanzania’s national parks.

Let’s delve into each location you mentioned:

  1. Arusha National Park:

    • Located near the town of Arusha, this park is known for its varied landscapes, including lush forests, open savannah, and the majestic Mount Meru.
    • On a walking safari here, you can explore the diverse ecosystems up close, encountering wildlife such as giraffes, buffaloes, zebras, and numerous bird species.
    • The park also boasts the Momella Lakes, which attract flocks of flamingos and other waterbirds, providing scenic views during your safari.
  2. Lake Manyara National Park:

    • Situated at the base of the Great Rift Valley, Lake Manyara is famous for its tree-climbing lions and large elephant populations.
    • Walking safaris here offer opportunities to traverse the park’s diverse habitats, from the alkaline lake shores to dense woodlands and grassy plains.
    • You can encounter a wide variety of wildlife, including hippos, baboons, impalas, and countless bird species, making it a birdwatcher’s paradise.
  3. Tarangire National Park:

    • Known for its large elephant herds and iconic baobab trees, Tarangire offers a unique walking safari experience.
    • Walking through the park’s savannah and seasonal swamps, you can spot elephants, giraffes, wildebeests, and other resident wildlife species.
    • Tarangire is especially rewarding during the dry season when animals gather around the Tarangire River, providing excellent game viewing opportunities.
  4. Serengeti National Park:

    • One of Africa’s most renowned safari destinations, the Serengeti is famous for its annual wildebeest migration and vast plains teeming with wildlife.
    • Walking safaris in the Serengeti allow you to explore the wilderness on foot, accompanied by experienced guides who provide insights into the park’s ecosystem.
    • You can encounter lions, cheetahs, leopards, and other predators, as well as abundant herbivores such as zebras, gazelles, and buffaloes.
  5. Ngorongoro Conservation Area:

    • Home to the iconic Ngorongoro Crater, this UNESCO World Heritage Site offers spectacular scenery and incredible wildlife viewing opportunities.
    • Walking safaris around the crater rim provide panoramic views of the caldera and its resident wildlife, including elephants, rhinos, lions, and hyenas.
    • The conservation area also encompasses vast plains and highland forests, where you can explore diverse habitats and encounter a wide range of flora and fauna.

In each of these locations, walking safaris offer a more intimate and personal experience compared to traditional game drives, allowing you to connect with nature on a deeper level while enjoying the beauty and serenity of Tanzania’s wilderness.