A OVERVIEW OF THE SAFARI TARANGIRE NGORONGORO FOR 2 DAYS This exciting two-day safari will take you to Tarangire National Park and the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater, where you'll have opportunity to explore wildlife and interact with animals including elephants, lions, giraffes, antelopes, and more. The crater will bring your memories to life because you can see so many different creatures there.


ABOUT TARANGIRE: Tarangire National Park is well-known for its large elephant population and baobab trees. Visitors to the park can see large herds of zebras, wildebeest, and Cape buffalo during the dry season, which runs from June to November. Water antelope, giraffe, dik dik, sea antelope, Grant's antelope, vervet monkey, banded mongoose, and olive baboons are also common residents. Predators in Tarangire include lions, leopards, jaguars, caracals, badgers, and wild dogs. Tarangire has the oldest elephant to give birth to twins. The recent birth of elephant twins in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park exemplifies how the birth of these two healthy and thriving twins can overcome all obstacles. It is home to over 550 bird species.



The park is a birder's haven. The termite mounds that dot the landscape are well-known as well. The focus of wildlife research is on African forest elephants and Masai giraffes. The protected area has been designated as a Lion Conservation Unit since 2005



JUNE AND OCTOBER ARE THE BEST MONTHS TO VISIT TARANGIRE. Animals from the surrounding areas migrate into the park. When wild animals are near a river, they are easier to spot. Weather is pleasant and sunny. There are fewer mosquitos and the risk of malaria is lower. Warm clothing is required from June to August because morning matches are extremely cold. MAY & NOVEMBER The vegetation is lush and beautiful. Because it is the off season, prices are low. This is the best time to go bird watching because migratory birds are present. Many animals leave the park, and wildlife viewing is not as good as it is during the dry season. The rainy season lasts from March to May.



NGORONGORO INFORMATION The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is one of Africa's best places to see wildlife. It is also a popular tourist destination in Tanzania. The main activities in Ngorongoro Conservation Area are hiking safaris to see wildlife from the crater rim (which can take up to 6 hours), crater rim, visiting local Maasai villages, and the game of driving around and in the crater. He is his own person. Other attractions include Lake Magadi, Lerai Fever Forest, Olduvai Gorge, shifting sand, Mount Gol, Olmoti Crater, Empakaai Crater, Ol Karien Gorge, Nasera Rock, Salei Plain, Oldeani Mountain, Lake Natron, Ol Doinyo Lengai, and a visit to the Hadzabe tribe. Lake Magadi is a shallow lake with alkaline water that attracts a lot of flamingos.


The lake's isolation, salt water, and abundance of algae attract flamingos and other birds. Other animals, such as hyenas and jackals, visit the lake to supplement their diet by licking salt. A single, rare, slender, pale yellow acacia tree dominates the Lerai fever forest. These trees are enjoyed by rhinos, bush antelopes, elephants, elands, hyraxes, and birds. The ash from Mount Ol Dionyo causes quicksand.



This ash slowly moves across the vast plains, providing tourists visiting the area with a spectacular sight. In addition to Ngorongoro, other large craters in the area include Olmoti and Empakaai. Both of these craters are ideal for taking nature walks, viewing wildlife, and watching Maasai herders tend to their livestock. It runs parallel to It is situated on a major migration route for thousands of zebras and wildebeest as they make their way to and from the Serengeti plains. Near the Kenyan border, the Ol Doinyo Lengai Mountains contain an ancient shelter discovered by the Leakey family during one of their excavations. These remote mountains are still active, attracting daring climbers who want to see the main crater filled with lava. Visit the Maasai people or For a fantastic cultural tour in Tanzania, visit Hadzabe tribe villages near Lake Eyasi. These bushmen's survival is still based on hunting and gathering. Their language consists mostly of whistles and clicks. The Hadzabe live near Datoga and the Mbulu, who survive through farming and pastoralism. If you're thinking about visiting Ngorongoro Crater soon, consider our Serengeti and Ngorongoro Safari 3-Day Package. We also offer a fantastic 6-day gorilla tour, as well as a safari package to Ngorongoro and Serengeti.



WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT NGORONGORO? Because it is wildebeest breeding season in the area, JANUARY is the best month to visit Ngorongoro Crater. The herds are'mass spawning' on the verdant plains just outside the crater, providing excellent photographic opportunities for the young who are struggling to get to their feet. January and February fall between the region's two rainy seasons, and these months can create a dry period between "short rains" and "long rains."



Before the rains arrive in late March at the crater, February is one of the driest months. This is an excellent time to observe game, particularly lion and hyena predators preparing to hunt crowded herds. March is regarded as one of the best months to visit Ngorongoro Crater in order to avoid crowds and enjoy a reasonable price. The "long rains" begin in late March and last through April and May, transforming the crater into an emerald paradise.



June is an excellent time to visit the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The "long rains" are over, and game drives are becoming less crowded. The peak season for the Ngorongoro Crater Expedition does not begin until late June or early July. The cooler weather this month makes it an ideal time to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, a popular addition. for the Ngorongoro Crater hunting expedition

The months of JULY and AUGUST are peak months for visiting Ngorongoro Crater, and accommodation around the crater is usually quite closed during these months. During the dry season, visitors from all over the world flock to see wildlife on the arid plains and their frequent visits to waterholes. At this time of year, it is common to see leopards, lions, rhinos, and buffaloes and elephants

in the same day.



SEPTEMBER marks the beginning of spring, but it still falls during the dry season, as is typical in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Crater can be quite cool this time of year. The crater's bottom has become a dusty bowl due to the recent dry weather, and the grasslands have turned yellow. October is a time of weather transition at Ngorongoro Crater, with the beginning of the month marking the peak of the long dry season and the "short rains" that begin just before November.

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