, 05/23/2015 /SubmitPressRelease123/
Prime Time to Embark on a Safari in Tanzania
TANZANIA, AFRICA – Safari season is coming soon! June through October is considered the prime time to embark on safari in Tanzania, and now, book your summer or fall safari by June 30, 2015 for a special all-inclusive safari package.
The months of the dry season are ideal for many safari locations, as large animals will gather near waterholes and rivers and the reduced vegetation makes it easy to watch. With clear skies and sunny days, it is easy for adventurers to spot lions, leopards, giraffes, elephants, rhinos, wildebeest, buffalos, and cheetahs, all within an hour.
Travelers can spend 1 day or as many as 9 days roaming the many National Parks and Game Reserves that Tanzania protects, a greater percentage of its land than any other country in the world. The Serengeti safari is a quintessential experience that is world-renowned, while Ngorogoro Crater, Lake Manyara, and Tarangire are also considered the best for viewing wildlife.
Customize your connection with the wild treasures of Africa by choosing to safari with others in a group on foot, with mountain bikes, on Tuktuk Ride or even by camel. Set up your home base at the Serengeti Wildebeests camp, located at the heart of the Serengeti plains, or stay right on the ground in one of the Tanzania Lodges that house guests right on the reserves.
About ZARA TOURS
ZARA TOURS, founded in 1987, is currently the No. 1 Kilimanjaro outfitter in Tanzania and one of the largest safari operators in the country. Proud to be known as one of the best operators in the region with a reputation for providing an exceptional, unforgettable and safe experience, ZARA TOURS owns and operates two hotels and four tented camps, has 88 safari and climbing expert guides who speak English, German and Spanish, and a fleet of fully-equipped vehicles that take tourists on safari adventures or treks up Mt. Kilimanjaro. ZARA TOURS also runs ZARA Charity, which plays a vital role in the local community by supporting vulnerable groups such as orphans, maasai women group, and more.
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