Travel Guide – Safari Recommendation #3
Planning an african safari to the Serengeti, East Africa is a complicated endeavor. The Serengeti National Park is an enormous ecosystem (roughly the size of Massachusetts). Though the park is arguably the finest african safari destination in all of Africa due to its large concentrations and diversity of wildlife, the vast distances makes maximizing game viewing an inherent challenge. Safari tours to Tanzania offer seemingly limitless options so below are some quick planning tips to help one develop the best itinerary possible: #3. Diversity is the key (i.e. not having all your eggs in one basket) to planning the perfect african safari tour. To further increase your wildlife viewing opportunities, choose an additional night of two (over and above the previous four nights mentioned) exploring some of the more remote and off the beaten path areas. After all, the quality of one’s animal sightings can be just as important as the sheer number. If it wasn’t, a trip to the local zoo might yield the same results and would certainly be substantially cheaper. Great off the beaten path areas are the eastern Serengeti plains in the green season and the Loliondo Game Reserve in the dry season.