Safari means journey in Kiswahili. Kiswahili is the combination of Bantu and Arabic languages spoken widely throughout East Africa. We specialize in a variety of safaris throughout Tanzania. See the Big 5 when you book a safari with Afrikabisa Adventures & Safaris. We have safari packages for every budget and every type of traveler. Enjoy a romantic hot air balloon safari for your honeymoon. Go "glamping" in the Serengeti for those that want to enjoy the outdoors without roughing it. Relive some of your favorite Africa adventure movies by spending 5 days exploring the plains, lakes and savannas of Tanzania.
The Great Serengeti
The Lion King was inspired by the daily drama that occurs in the Serengeti. There is so much to see and do that you can literally spend your entire holiday here. Serengeti National Park spans 9,173 square miles. It is one of the planet’s greatest gifts. Sriniget is a Maasai word, meaning endless plain. The area extends another 18,641 square miles to include Ngorongoro and Masai Mara National Park. The park has over 3000 lions with the males having uniquely characteristic black manes. Hyenas, cheetahs and leopards are common in Serengeti National Park. You can enjoy this park year round.
Lake Manyara National Park
Take a day trip to Lake Manyara National Park. A shallow lake covers two-thirds of its land mass. The fresh water is a major attraction for elephants. Lake algae attracts scores of flamingos. This rich Tanzanian eco-system supports colorful birdlife species, tree climbing lions and hippopotamuses. Camping options are also available for the truly adventurous traveler. Bird watch pelicans, storks, geese and ducks. This dramatic park is home to over 400 bird species. Revive your senses in one of 2 natural hot water springs. Grass feeding mammals, such as impalas, zebras, giraffes and elephants are a common site to see.
Ngorongoro Crater Safari
The Ngorongoro Crater was declared a World Heritage Site in 1978. A visit to Tanzania is not complete without coming here. It is estimated that over 30,000 animals reside in the crater. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area covers nearly 52,000 square miles. More than 2.5 million years ago, it was once a volcanic mountain that collapsed and formed the crater as we know it today. The park is teeming with hyenas, lions buffalo, zebras and wildebeest. Due to the year round access to fresh water, the park is host to giant elephants and the elusive black rhino. Revel in the experience of a lifetime. Camping and higher end lodging options are available.
Tarangire National Park
This is one of the smaller parks in Tanzania, but that doesn’t mean it’s less interesting. Visitors love the fact that there is less traffic. Enjoy your safari without loads of tourists blocking the view. Tarangire National Park is 1615 square miles. During the dry season, Lake Tarangire is the only permanent source of water in the area, attracting expansive elephant herds. Stare in awe as kudu graze amongst ancient baobab trees. The acacia forests and rolling hills are a sight to behold. The best time to visit the park is from June through November. Glamping and luxury lodges are available.