Tanzania has more land devoted to national parks and game reserves than any other wildlife destination in the world. Everything from pristine coral reefs to the Crater Highlands, remote game reserves and the famous national parks are protected by government law and placed in trust for future generations to marvel at in wonder and awe. Tanzania, this is Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Rubondo Island. Located on the south-west shores of Lake Victoria, Mahale and Rubondo Island National Park includes Rubondo Island and several other small islands on Lake Victoria.
Looking for the best dive sites on the Swahili Coast? Want to find out more about trekking trips through the Ngorongoro Highlands? You've come to the right place. Most hunting reserves have been omitted due to restricted access for safari vehicles and wildlife tourists. Tanzania has incredible biodiversity, so wildlife populations and bird species often vary according to the season and region. A visit to one of the smaller game reserves for a short hiking trip or a day excursion is well worth the effort of an extended itinerary. Off the beaten track, the sights and sounds of Africa truly come alive.