Safari in Tanzania 8 Days

Includes 4 Nature Reserves: Lake Manyara, Serengeti Reserve, Ngorongoro Crater, Trangire Reserve

Who knows why elephants wave their ears before they make their well-known trumpet sound? When and why does the rhino sneeze? Why do antelopes take care of their teeth and what do you do if you encounter a lion at night?
The answers to all of these questions and much more will be revealed on our safari in Tanzania, which is not only one of the most beautiful of the African countries but the number one destination for safari trips in Africa (!) with hundreds of thousands of travelers in season.

Did you know that more than half of the nature films shot by the late Moti Kirschenbaum took place on safari in Tanzania? There is a reason for this: A quarter of the territory of this special country – tens of thousands of kilometers – has been declared a nature reserve, since there is the highest concentration of animals per 1 km. Thus they have no less than 4,000,000 animals divided into 430 different and fascinating species. Also the “Big Five of Africa” – lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and buffalo,  live in Tanzania, and we haven’t talked about the special and spectacular winged creatures… With all this, it’s no wonder Tanzania has been dubbed the quintessential Africa.
The United Republic of Tanzania, its full name, was established in 1964 as the Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar. It lies in East Africa, bordering Kenya and Uganda to the north, Rwanda, Burundi and Congo on the west, On the south it borders Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique, and on the east – the beautiful Gold Coast of the Indian Ocean.
Tanzania presents tourists of their nature preserves with a story of breathtaking lifestyles and scenery. The wonderful varieties of reserves and landscapes that change before our eyes from lakes to mountains, and from mountains to tropical forests, to volcanic flanks, rivers and falls – are among the rare beauties of the world.
We will tour 4 fascinating nature reserves, on a dream safari, between landscapes and colors, awe-inspiring, sculpted and shaped by the elements. We will get to know the tribesmen of the region, ancient traditions and exotic cultures and discover exciting and unforgettable insights into the meaning of the phrase “Man is a pattern of landscape in his homeland”…

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