Where is the best place to go on safari in East Africa?
There so many places to go for safari, but before taking any decision, you have to think the best destinations, not only the best destinations, also think about the security.
Tanzania should be the best place for your choice; you cannot travel to Africa for wildlife viewing adventure without involving Tanzania.
When is the best time and months to go on safari in Tanzania?
All time of the year, you can go on safari in Tanzania, especially in northern circuit, except during the long rain season April and May. At Africa 2 Serengeti we adjust our safari itineraries to take advantage of the best possible game viewing in accordance with the seasonal concentrations of wildlife.
What is migration, and what kinds of animals will I see on migration safari in Tanzania?
Migration is the movement of wild animals commonly birds and mammals over large distances in search of basic needs. Or a group of people migrating together (especially in some given time period) the nonrandom movement of an atom or radical from one place to another within a molecule the periodic passage of groups of animals for feeding or breeding, In Serengeti National Park is the place where you will see thousand of wildebeest migrations, lucky enough you can see them passing Grumeti River.
On a typical safari in northern Tanzania you can expect to see elephant, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, baboon, monkeys and a variety of plains game such as wildebeest, hartebeest, zebra, impala and gazelle. Most people see lion and hyena, and possibly cheetah or leopard. In Ngorongoro Crater, you may see one of the few remaining black rhino to be found in Tanzania.
Will I have a chance to interact with local people of Tanzania?
Safari Tanzania involve both activities, nature tourism and cultural tourism. The majority of Tanzanians are still living very close to their traditional lifestyles. The Maasai people live a pastoralist existence following their herds of cattle to better grazing areas, still adhering to the traditions and ceremonies of their ancestors. Their “villages” are located throughout northern Tanzania.
Other small tribes of hunter-gatherers living according to their ancient customs and traditions, all of our guides are Tanzanian born. They are an excellent resource to help you to gain greater insight into the local culture. As we drive between parks, we pass many villages and Maasai bomas giving you further glimpses into the lives of the Tanzanian people. We also offer a special trip in which our guests travel well off the beaten path to spend time among the Hadzabe people (Bushman) at Lake Eyasi and observe their ancient hunter-gatherer ways, due to that you will be interacting with local people.
Can I take my children on safari?
YES! Africa 2 Serengeti has a personal understanding and deep commitment to meet the special needs of families. We have designed our unique family-safari programs to allow you and your children to experience the wonders of Africa together. You’ll have a chance to deepen your understanding of cultural diversity, discover the many miracles of nature, and at the same time play, laugh, and enjoy the pleasure of one another’s company. Our trips are well suited for children.
Are safaris in Tanzania safe?
Well, l as I said before, when you’re thinking about the best place to go for safari, you have to think also safety destination. Tanzania is the best destination, with more than 120 different ethnic groups living together in peace and harmony. We Tanzanian, we are friendly with the guests who coming in our Country. We have political stability, these leads our country known as Island of peace in Sub Saharan Africa, and make Tanzania to be the best place to visit for safaris.