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Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit

Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit

Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit | Kilimanjaro National Parks | Serengeti National Park | Ngorongoro Crater | Tarangire National Park | Lake Manyara National Park | Arusha National Park 

Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit for Parks and Reserves

A northern Tanzania safari should be on everyone’s travel bucket list. The Serengeti National Park’s Great Migration is one of the most amazing wildlife spectacles in the world, whilst safari on the Ngorongoro Crater floor of the extinct volcano at Ngorongoro is a game viewing environment that has no equal. 

Towering above it all is Kilimanjaro, the worlds highest freestanding mountain and arguably Africa’s toughest challenge. Away from the tourist hotspots, quieter parks such as Tarangire National Park offers superb for game viewing yet often overlooked to their more famous neighbours. The Rift Valley Lakes of Eyasi and Natron are the home of Hadzabe tribes and the breeding grounds for the largest flocks of flamingo on earth. For many people, a Northern Tanzanian safari is the very best safari of all.

Tanzania’s northern safari circuit is the most celebrated safari area in Africa. Home to the world-famous Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater, and the lesser known parks of Lake Manyara and Tarangire, the sheer concentration of Africa’s big game in this area is phenomenal.

Top National Parks in Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit

Reasons to Go

The Northern Circuit is arguably the most iconic safari destination in Tanzania. Travel here to witness one of nature’s biggest spectacles during the Great Migration, tick the Big 5 off of your wildlife bucket-list, and encounter huge concentrations of animals and breathtaking landscapes.

The Northern Circuit is largely visited  because of its concentrations of animals and impressive sites; another plus is that the parks are accessible by road making private safari tours extremely popular.

Take Note

Tanzania’s Northern Circuit’s attraction as an iconic destination makes it extremely popular with travelers. This means that the parks and reserves along the circuit are far busier when compared to the South. It is not uncommon to have vehicles jostling to view animals during game drives, especially during peak season.

Safari Iteneraries in Northern Tanzania Circuit

Best Safari tours from Arusha
BEST MANYARA SAFARI TOURS
Best tours from Arusha
BEST TARANGIRE SAFARI TOURS
BEST NGORONGORO SAFARI TOURS
BEST SERENGETI SAFARI TOURS
Tanzania flying in Safaris
SOUTHERN TANZANIA FLYING SAFARI
Tanzania flying in Safaris
WESTERN TANZANIA FLYING SAFARI
Most itineraries to this region are designed around the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater, with the Serengeti’s Wildebeest Migration and immense predator concentrations as the main attraction, not to mention the Ngorongoro’s big five experience. The area is also home to a variety of different cultures including the Maasai and the Hadzabe, as well as being one of the most scenically striking and diverse parts of the continent.

Decide between Northern and Southern Circuit

If you are on your first safari, have a safari bucket list or are searching for an iconic safari experience, the North is where to go. Every day is different as you move from place to place but it’s important to note that it will be far busier than the south especially in the high season.

The south offers a far more exclusive and remote safari destination; it feels “off-the-beaten-track” and visitors have a wider range of safari activities available. However, there are fewer concentrations of animals than in the north. It is a great option for travelers looking for a different kind of safari experience.

Don’t forget that the north and south are not mutually exclusive so if you are looking for a wildlife safari experience as well as a more remote, exclusive safari, you could combine both!

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