The United Republic of Tanzania is a country in the east of Africa. Tanzania has 16 national parks, with a protected area of 38% of the total territory.
Wildlife IN TANZANIA
You’ll spotting the more prominent African animals in Tanzania, including lions, elephants, giraffes, and buffalo. For big cats, you’ll want to head to the Serengeti, while Ngorongoro Crater is where you want to be for a chance of seeing a black rhino. Other wildlife highlights include chimpanzee trekking, checking out African wild dogs, and being awestruck by the several million wildebeest, gazelle, and zebra on their annual migration.
Weathers In Tanzania
Tanzania weather conditions experience two seasons; Dry Season and Wet Season, which are further categorized as summer, rainy, winter, and spring.
Best Time to Visit Tanzania
The best time to visit Tanzania is during the Dry season, from late June to October, when wildlife viewing is generally at its best. The wildebeest migration in the Serengeti is usually during June and July and the time to see the wildebeest calving is late January to February. The southern and western circuit parks are best visited during the Dry season (June to October), unlike the more popular northern circuit parks that can be visited year-round.