Parks Press releases

Jane Goodall, a living legend

Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall is truly considered a living legend and with good reason. At the age of 86, she still travels for most of the year in order to bear witness and inspire new generations to respect the environment and animals through the fight against climate change and a massive conservation policy. Born in 1934 in…

Return to Lake Manyara

Lake Manyara

RETURN TO LAKE MANYARA Staying a lot of time and having so many wonders available, visits to parks, villages, tribes and everything that Tanzania can offer are the destinations of our trips in a systematic way. Lake Manyara National Park can be reached in a short time and it is a little gem of the…

Mini safari Serengeti Ngorongoro

Serengeti

MINI SAFARI SERENGETI-NGORONGORO A mini safari, as we call it, has several qualities and it is suitable for many. It is suitable for those who want to continue and relax a few days in the splendid islands of the Tanzanian archipelagos. It is suitable for those who fear that game drives are very demanding and…

Selous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve

44,800 km2wide, Selous Game Reserve is immense and was named after Frederick Selous, an English hunter and explorer. Together with Mikumi National Park it was designated UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the biodiversity of its ecosystem that hosts the highest number of mammals on earth. Selous Game Reserve is only partly protected and open…

Usambara Mountains, Pare Mountains and Mkomazi National Park

Usambara

Leaving Arusha to head to the coast, a few kilometres after the city of Moshi, the road is skirted by the Pare Mountains and, next to these, by the Usambara Mountains. They both are part of the Eastern Arc Mountains. The highest Pare’s peak rises to 2,463 meters and this mountain range offers interesting birdwatching…

Miombo

Miombo

Miombo is a forest covered by Brachystegiaplants. They belong to the legume family that produces pods. The forest is here not dense, but rather sparse in order to adequately supply the whole vegetation with water. Many species of animals have adapted themselves to these surroundings. The timber deriving from this species is used to build…

The Great Migration

The great migration

The Great Migration is surely the most fascinating experience of any tour in Tanzania. It starts in Serengeti National Park, when 1.5 million wildebeests travel 800 km during the dry season to reach Masai Mara National Park in Kenya, seeking water and grazing. Wildebeests are, however, never alone: zebras and other herbivores and, of course,…

Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Udzungwa Mountains National Park designated just in 1992, this park boasts an incredible biodiversity: for thousands of years, the evolution of so many species could benefit from its geographical remoteness. These mountains have steep slopes and are covered by miombo woodlands and dense vegetation. Almost 10 species of primates inhabit the park; four of these…