Safari In Zanzibar
Posted by lesagaadventure on August 10th, 2017
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Lake Natron is shallow soda lake situated northern Tanzania below the Great Rift Valley close to OldoinyoLengai Mountain. The lake is a famous breeding site for flamingoes and lies at altitude of 600m above sea level bordering with Kenya.
Lake Natron surrounding is typically dry with Sand River, waterfalls, rock hills, maasai plains with classic flat topped acacia and active volcanic peaks of Lengai mountain and Gelai. Lake Natron is among the Wetlands Area protected under international treaty (Ramsar) due to its ecological importance to the earth.
With abundance of food and security environment is the most dedicated breeding site for mostly aquatic bird species especially flamingoes. Here various activities offered include walking safari, amazing bird watching, hiking to the Great Rift Valley escarpment, trekking Lengai Mountain, maasai cultural experience and even hunting.
LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK
Lake Manyara National Park with 330km sq is located below Great Rift Valley escarpment in Tanzania. Manyara is renowned for its underground water forest, birdlife, troops of baboons, tree climbing lion, thousands of flamingoes in Lake Manyara, grassland area with plain mammals and acacia woodland.
Wildlife species in Manyara includes elephants, buffaloes, lion, hippo, impala, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, monitor lizard, bushbuck, leopard, baboon, flamingoes, pelican, stork, cormorant, vulture and eagle. The activities conducted in the park include game viewing, night game drive, canoeing and walking safari.
The land currency is the tanzanian shilling (TSH). The US dollar is the second and most appreciated currency but the EURO is almost everywhere accepted.
Prefer the exchange offices to the banks because the rates are much more interesting there. The bank cards are rarely accepted, but when they are, then the Visa, Mastercard and American Express cards.
1 USD = approximately 1000 TSH. 1 USD = approximately 1000 TSH.
Winter: + 3 hours of UK time
Summer: + 2 hours
220 volts. The plugs have 3 holes. We advise you to bring an adapter.
SITUATION AND CLIMATE
Tanzania is surrounded by 8 different countries: Kenya, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique. The country is bounded in the east by the Indian Ocean and is made of mountains, steppes, savannas and forests. The interior of the country has a temperate climate and the coast a humid equatorial climate. The dry season lasts from June to October and December to February.
There are two rainy seasons: the “main rain season” from mid-March to mid-May, and the “small rain season” from November until mid-December.
Here are the seasons that we recommend you for the discovery of the national parks:
Tarangire : from July to February.
Lake Manyara : most birds between June and October.
Ngorongoro : most beautiful landscapes between June and October.
Serengeti : the migration season is the most spectacular (June, July and November), but there are animals all the year. They are more scattered during the rainy season and therefore less easily observable.
Kilimanjaro : prefer the dry season.
POST AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Stamps can be bought at post offices and in major hotels. A postcard to Europe takes about 15 days to arrive. Telephone networks are functioning relatively well, even in most parks. Mobile phones are numerous and the 4 national operators are Vodacom, Celtel, Tigo and Zantel. There are many internet cafes in big cities such as Arusha, Dar Es Salaam and Stone Town.Safari Tanzania, Lake Natron, Lake Manyara, Rift Valley, Tanzania, Lake, Safari
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