Tanzania has some of the best tour operators who can take you to the wildest corners. What they offer you is absolutely magical and the sights and sounds you experience after going on a Tanzanian luxury holiday is beyond compare. Tourism is the biggest industry in most of the African nations and in East Africa, DMC, is the main operator of tours to all the different parks and reserves. There are many options available and you are free to choose what you think you will enjoy most.
Reasons You Should Engage a Guide on a Safari
The Ruaha safaris, like the Katavi Safari, are not ones that are very popular with people because it is expensive and the parks are very difficult to reach. It is a destination that is visited only by die-hard wildlife enthusiasts. But the guides, who take tourists on safari in Tanzania, know just how to get there. They know the right spots to see animals like the pods of crocodiles and prides of lions that these parks are famous for. You can actually witness the fights between the lions and the buffaloes. With the immense regard that they have for the environment, and the knowledge they possess, you can be sure of having a great experience.
Different Kinds of Safaris Offered
There are many affordable safaris in Tanzania, and they offer a whole lot of adventure. There are special trips for photography enthusiasts, bird watching, and mountain climbing, canoeing and even walking safaris which are typically what the Lake Natron safaris are about. The big five safari in Tanzania, is highly in demand in which lions, elephants, buffaloes, rhinos and leopards can be sighted. These trips last for about ten days and many parks and reserves are included in the itinerary. The driver guides are well informed and can give you a wealth of information.
The Best Times to Visit
If you would want to see chimpanzees in their natural environment, then you should not miss out on going on a Mahale safari. This National park is beautiful and also has a wonderful beach with crystal clear water. It is better to visit most of the parks and reserves towards the end of the year between July and October, when it is drier. There are lovely lodges to stay in and even these are available to suit different budgets. Volontourism in Tanzania is gaining the interest of many people. This means you visit a country and do volunteer work for a charitable cause.
Wild And Marvellous Tanzania