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Find out the best places to visit in 3 Day Safari in Tanzania.

Have you set up a plan to go for a Safari trip in Africa? Well, this specific type of opportunity comes once in a year or more than that which you will not like to miss. Safari is well known for “game drive,” which means it provides you the opportunities to view the wildlife very close to nature in their natural habitat.

Tanzania is one of the best top safari visiting places in Africa for its wildlife and its natural environment. It is the ideal destination for every tourist who is looking for a memorable and wildlife experience. Over here we are going to discuss some of the best places that you can go for in your 3 Day Safari in Tanzania.

So, let’s explore those places for your 3 Day Safari in Tanzania.

  1. Arusha National Park

It is located at a distance of 50km from Arusha town, & a compromise of full of an extended smudge of deep greenery and mountain hiking trails. It had a variety of diversified species of wildlife too. Among which you will be able to find the largest population of giraffes, grazing the tall trees here and there. Apart from them, other well-known animals such as zebras, buffaloes, warthogs, and primates can be seen at any corner of the sanctuary. Arusha National Park is well known home for more than 400 birds in which Lanner Falcon, crowned eagle, and pink flamingos can be seen.

You can explore the land by foot or by cross-country truck to cover the best of the sanctuary in your 3 days Safari in Tanzania. If it doesn’t thrill you then you can opt for a canoe to take the adventurous ride down the river. The armed ranger’s presence at the Momella gate is the guide of your walking safari. Encounter the wildlife very closely.

  1.  Tarangire National Park.

This sanctuary is situated at a 2 hrs driving distance from Arusha. It is a well-known place for giant wildlife beasts as well as plants. This park named is tag after the Tarangire River that flows through it. The overall capacity of this park is 2,850 sq. km. Animals like elephants, zebras, giraffes, baboons, vervet monkeys, and the endangered Kudus are found over here.

Among trees, Baobab is the only living species available. It is standing tall in the savannahs of Tanzania creating marvelous scenery to see. Baobab fruit is a very nutritious food for elephants.

  1. Lake Manyara.

It is also situated at a 2 hrs driving distance from Arusha. Lake Manyara is situated right at the center of the sanctuary. You can visit the multicultural village i.e., Mto Wa Mbu on the way to your 3 Day Safari in Tanzania. It is well known as bird watching paradise. The saltwater lake situated in the park is the home of pink flamingos and more than 500 species of migratory birds in Tanzania.

The animals you can see here are elephants, wildebeests, giraffes, blue monkeys, hippos, baboons. If you like to click wildlife pictures on somehow be the professionalist you will like the pictures of lions climbing on branches or of the flock of flamingos swimming near the shores of the lake. You can also go boating on the lake.

  1. Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

It is established in 1959, this park is running from the plains of Serengeti National Park to the eastern arm of the Great Rift Valley. Lo and behold, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area holds the world’s largest unbroken natural caldera. The land is home to near about 25,000 large animals. Right at the heart of the park Maasai pastoralists herd their livestock. This conservation area is the unique identity where you will find wild animals, domestic animals, and tribal people living in harmony.

These tribal people worship Ol Doinyo Lengai which means “Mountain of God” in the Maasai language. This conservation area is also an active volcano place, so view out this unique spectacle. Thus these certain places and features of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area make it a great 3-day Safari in Tanzania.

Thus, these are the place that you can opt for in your 3-day safari trip to Tanzania. For more relevant places you can search online.

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