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What do you want from your dream safari in Africa? Beautiful scenery? Fantastic wildlife? The ultimate freedom of returning to primeval forests, soaring mountains, timeless lakes, endless plains? You can have it all when you sample the diverse wilderness experiences on an exploratory wildlife safari in Tanzania with XCAR.
Where do we start?
Thrill to an endless surge of hoofs and horns across the Serengeti plains as the Great Wildebeest Migration presents the spectacle over a million ungulates pouring down the northern banks of the Mara River to be seized by ravenous crocodiles or picked off by predators as they emerge exhausted from the crossing. Alternatively, even experience live births of over half a million wildebeests in a three-week outburst on the southern plains of Ndutu, Masek and Kusini. Equally ferocious but more remote and untouched western Tanzania outback, Katavi presents the spectacle of thousands of crocodiles and hippopotamus clambering over each other in an attempt to find a place in one of the muddy wallows that is all that remains when the dry season diminishes life-giving swamps and rivers like Katuma. Follow territorial lions and the elephant migration in a 4×4 game-viewing vehicle on a northern Tanzanian tour of the Tarangire or find the tree-climbing big cats of Manyara. There, too, you will be entranced by thousands of migratory pink flamingos on the edge of a beautiful soda lake. The healthiest elephant herds roam the southern Amboseli plains near western Kilimanjaro bordering Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, while Tanzania’s only coastal safari park – Saadani offers a combination bush and barefoot beach escapade with sea-safari opportunities in its azure waters.
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Black rhinoceros, an endangered mammal species in Africa, can be found on northern expedition trips to Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti while Selous in the south offers a vast, unexplored wilderness, harboring large populations of elephants, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, hippos and crocodile. Endangered African wild dogs prowl the southern parks of Ruaha and the Selous together with leopards and wide-ranging animals like cheetahs similarly threatened by curtailment of their ranges. The southern safari can be combined with a visit to Mikumi and Udzungwa Mountains National Parks too. At Gombe Stream and the Mahale Mountains, troops of wild chimpanzees have been habituated to the presence of human beings for over 50 years of research by Dr. Jane Goodall and the Dr. Toshisada Nishida so that you can venture close enough to chimp communities to watch their social interactions on your African primate tour. Personalized bush travels in Tanzania are a bird-watcher’s paradise with over 1100 confirmed species. In the northern park of Tarangire, gem-like sunbirds, weavers, bee-eaters and lovebirds are plentiful just after the rains. Further south in Ruaha and Selous, waders and river dwellers abound, including fish eagles, kingfishers and skimmers along the Rufiji and Great Ruaha Rivers. Grassland and forest species such as ostrich, woodpecker and kori bustard are found on AfricanMecca birding safaris in Ngorongoro and Serengeti. Most avian novices will bag more than hundred checklist ticks on a single trip to a Tanzania wildlife holiday location. Freshwater fish abound in Lake Tanganyika where over 250 species of brilliant cichlids have evolved. Snorkeling and PADI diving are popular in the coral reefs of the Indian Ocean around Zanzibar, Mafia and Pemba Islands. Deep sea fishing for marlin, barracuda, wahoo and shark is an exciting East African marine vacation activity.
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Black rhinoceros, an endangered mammal species in Africa, can be found on northern expedition trips to Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti while Selous in the south offers a vast, unexplored wilderness, harboring large populations of elephants, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, hippos and crocodile. Endangered African wild dogs prowl the southern parks of Ruaha and the Selous together with leopards and wide-ranging animals like cheetahs similarly threatened by curtailment of their ranges. The southern safari can be combined with a visit to Mikumi and Udzungwa Mountains National Parks too. At Gombe Stream and the Mahale Mountains, troops of wild chimpanzees have been habituated to the presence of human beings for over 50 years of research by Dr. Jane Goodall and the Dr. Toshisada Nishida so that you can venture close enough to chimp communities to watch their social interactions on your African primate tour. Personalized bush travels in Tanzania are a bird-watcher’s paradise with over 1100 confirmed species.

In the northern park of Tarangire, gem-like sunbirds, weavers, bee-eaters and lovebirds are plentiful just after the rains. Further south in Ruaha and Selous, waders and river dwellers abound, including fish eagles, kingfishers and skimmers along the Rufiji and Great Ruaha Rivers. Grassland and forest species such as ostrich, woodpecker and kori bustard are found on AfricanMecca birding safaris in Ngorongoro and Serengeti. Most avian novices will bag more than hundred checklist ticks on a single trip to a Tanzania wildlife holiday location. Freshwater fish abound in Lake Tanganyika where over 250 species of brilliant cichlids have evolved.
Snorkeling and PADI diving are popular in the coral reefs of the Indian Ocean around Zanzibar, Mafia and Pemba Islands. Deep sea fishing for marlin, barracuda, wahoo and shark is an exciting East African marine vacation activity. Whatever your Tanzanian wilderness safari involves, AfricanMecca can make your dream a reality.

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