Parks and Regions Tanzania

Off Road en Tanzanie vous fait découvrir les parcs et régions de Tanzanie. N’hésitez pas à nous demander votre programme sur mesure à la rencontre de région méconnue.


The Serengeti National Park , famous for its great wildebeest and zebra migration


The Ngorongoro crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site


The elephant migration between Kenya and Tanzania passes through the Tarangire Park


Manyara Park is home to tree lions that love to rest in the treetops


The Ndutu region is famous for the birthing season from December to March


Mount Lengaï is the sacred mountain of the Masai, which protects and overlooks the Natron region


Between Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro, the Arusha Park is sure to delight hikers


The Datogas and Hatzabes have inhabited this region of Lake Eyasi for thousands of years


The island of Gombe awaits you for a closer look at the chimpanzees


If you’re looking for a safari that’s out of time and off the beaten track, Katavi Park is for you


Mahale Park is one of Africa’s sanctuaries where you can see chimpanzees


Between Dar es Salaam and Iringa, Mikumi Park is the gateway to the southern parks


An extraordinary ecosystem in southern Tanzania: Ruaha Park


The gateway to the southern parks, the Selous Reserve is crossed by the Rifuji River


Southern Tanzania’s mountain range and the lush waterfalls ofUdzungwa

Dar Es Salam

The fascinating gateway town for southern safari adventurers: Dar es Salam


The charming town of Karatu, known as the gateway to the Ngorongoro Crater


Mwanza is a town in northern Tanzania, nestling on the shores of Lake Victoria



Discover the beaches of Bagamoyo and its unique cultural heritage on a tailor-made trip to Tanzania!



Situated in the north-west of Tanzania, Kigoma is a town to discover for its proximity to Lake Tanganyika and the Gombe and Mahale national parks.


Parc National De Saadani

Saadani National Park is the ideal place to combine an adventure safari with relaxation on Tanzania’s beautiful white sandy beaches.

The main nature parks to visit on a safari in Tanzania

The East African country of Tanzania is renowned for its abundant wildlife, vast plains and breathtaking scenery. If you’re a lover of nature and adventure, Tanzania is a must-see destination. In this article, we’ll introduce you to Tanzania’s main nature parks, their features, interests and locations, to help you plan your trip and make the most of this unique experience.

  1. Serengeti National Park: Serengeti National Park is one of the most famous parks in Tanzania and the world. It is famous for its vast grassy plains, its annual wildebeest and zebra migrations, and its large population of predators such as lions, leopards and cheetahs. The Serengeti also offers spectacular scenery, including the Moru Kopjes rock formations and the Grumeti and Mara rivers. It is located in northern Tanzania, adjacent to the Masai Mara reserve in Kenya.
  2. Kilimanjaro National Park: situated around the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, Kilimanjaro National Park is a unique destination. It is home to a variety of ecological zones, from lush tropical forests to snow-capped alpine areas. Hikers from all over the world come here to climb Kilimanjaro and enjoy an unforgettable experience. The park also boasts a variety of flora and fauna, including monkeys, elephants and a multitude of birds.
  3. Tarangire National Park: located in the Rift Valley, Tarangire National Park is renowned for its picturesque landscapes, vast plains, iconic baobab trees and high concentration of elephants. During the dry season, the park becomes a crucial watering hole, attracting a variety of animals, including lions, leopards, giraffes and zebras. Safaris in Tarangire National Park offer an authentic wildlife experience and an up-close look at some of Africa’s most iconic animals.
  4. Lake Manyara National Park: Located in northern Tanzania, Lake Manyara National Park is a hidden gem offering unique biodiversity. It is famous for its varied landscape, including dense forests, swamps, grassy plains and, of course, Lake Manyara itself. The park is home to a large population of elephants, lions, buffalo, giraffes, zebras and a multitude of birds, including flamingos. The park’s enchanting landscape, combined with its diverse flora and fauna, makes it a fascinating destination to explore.
  5. Ngorongoro National Park: a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ngorongoro National Park is a unique natural wonder. The highlight of the park is the Ngorongoro Crater, an ecosystem in its own right home to an incredible concentration of wildlife, including the famous ‘Big Five’ (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhino). Crater safaris offer an exceptional wildlife experience and breathtaking panoramic views from the crater rim.
  6. Ruaha National Park: Ruaha National Park, in central Tanzania, is the largest national park in the country and one of the least visited. It is renowned for its vast wilderness, rugged landscapes, spectacular rivers and gorges. The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, antelopes and a multitude of birds. Safaris in Ruaha National Park offer an authentic nature experience, away from the crowds.
  7. Selous National Park: Selous National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest game park in Africa and one of the oldest. Part of this park is reserved for photo safaris. Located in southern Tanzania, it is home to an exceptional diversity of wildlife and landscapes. The Rufiji River flows through the park, attracting a wide variety of animals, including elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos, hippos and crocodiles. Boat safaris on the Rufiji River offer a unique wildlife-watching experience and explore the park’s varied ecosystems.
  8. Mikumi National Park: located in south-west Tanzania, Mikumi National Park is a hidden gem offering a beautiful diversity of landscapes and wildlife. The park is crossed by the main road between Dar es Salaam and Ruaha National Park, making it an accessible destination for travellers. A variety of animals can be seen here, including lions, giraffes, zebras, elephants, buffalo and many species of birds. The park’s vast plains offer unforgettable safari opportunities and panoramic views of the mountains in the background.
  9. Katavi National Park: Located in western Tanzania, Katavi National Park is a paradise for lovers of wilderness and unspoilt spaces. Due to its remote location, the park is less visited than other national parks in Tanzania, making it an ideal destination for those seeking an authentic, off-the-beaten-track experience. The park is home to herds of elephant, buffalo and giraffe, as well as a large population of lion and crocodile. Safaris in Katavi National Park allow you to immerse yourself in the raw beauty and tranquillity of nature.
  10. Gombe Stream National Park: located in north-west Tanzania, Gombe Stream National Park is a small park renowned for being home to one of the world’s most famous chimpanzee populations. Founded by Jane Goodall to study these fascinating primates, the park offers a unique opportunity to observe chimpanzees in their natural habitat. Visitors can take part in guided walks to follow the chimpanzees, observe their behaviour and learn more about their habits. Gombe Stream National Park is also a birdwatcher’s paradise, with a variety of colourful bird species.

Tanzania is packed with incredible natural parks that offer unforgettable experiences for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. From the famous Serengeti to the majestic Kilimanjaro and the varied landscapes of Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro and Ruaha, each park offers unique biodiversity and natural wonders to discover. Get ready to marvel at Tanzania’s wildlife, spectacular scenery and magical atmosphere on your next trip.