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Go on Safari in Serengeti National Park

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Named by the natives as ‘Siringitu,’ meaning “the place where the land moves on forever,” Serengeti has come to symbolize the beauty that comes with a thriving natural environment. The Serengeti region covers 30,000 square kilometers and includes the National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Maswa Game Reserve, the Loliondo, Grumeti and Ikorongo Controlled Areas and the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. The expansive protected lands cover 14 percent of Tanzania’s land area. Of this protected area, the Serengeti National Park has come to be known as one of the best safari destinations in the world. With over 90,000…

The Giraffe

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       The giraffe is the tallest mammal in the world, whose new born babies are also taller than most humans. They spend most of their lives standing up – they give birth standing up and even sleep standing up. New born giraffes can stand within half an hour of being born, and in the next 24 hours are already running around with their family members. They live primarily in savanna areas in the sub-Saharan region of Africa. They are usually seen eating off of tall trees such as the acacia trees and are known distinctly for their long…

Olduvai Gorge

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       Olduvai Gorge is one of the most historical sites in Tanzania. It holds the earliest evidence of mankind, discovered by Louis and Mary Leakey. Paleoanthropologists have found hundreds of fossilized bones and stone tools that date back millions of years, leading them to believe that humans evolved in Africa. What most people don't know about Olduvai Gorge is that its actually a misspelling of the Maasai word Oldupai, which refers to a wild sisal plant that grows in the area.        It is located in the Great Rift Valley, in between the Ngorongoro Crater and…

What to expect on a Tanzanian Safari

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Classic 9 Day Bush

Why should YOU go on a Safari this summer?          Multiple reasons such as; being able to experience something new, seeing animals in the wild, enjoying the African breeze etc. It’s a life changing experience!       This summer, let’s make a checklist of what we want to have accomplished: -          See the sea (sitting on a beautiful island off the coast of Tanzania) -          Go swimming (with dolphins in the ocean) -          Learn about new culture (“Hakuna Matata”) -          Support a charity and do some good for people less fortunate than you (fun work!) -         …

Safari Vacation to Tanzania – A Complete Guide (Part 4)

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Part 4 - Safari Options: Central and Southern Circuit In the earlier blog, we talked about safari option in the Northern Circuit of Tanzania. Do you know that there is a National Park in Tanzania that has an area fenced off for Rhino Conservation? The Mkomazi National Park set below the verdant slopes of the spectacular Usambara and Pare Mountain ranges and overseen by iconic snow–capped peak of Kilimanjaro, it's a virgin breathtaking beauty exhibiting unique natural treasures and immense sense of space and adds to the fulfillment of high visitor enjoyment expectations – a much needed bridge between northern…

African Safari Tours

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African Safari Tours Looking for the best African safari tours? Authentic African Safaris offers a wide variety of Tanzanian Safari Tours and custom safari packages tailored to your particular tastes. From camping safaris to lodge safaris – we can help plan your dream African Safari adventure! African Wildlife Safaris At Authentic African Safaris, we offer guided safaris to wildlife parks and a Mount Kilimanjaro climb. We offer walking, horseback, and balloon safaris. Your dream safari vacation is fully customizable or you can choose one of our specially created itineraries.   Camping Safaris Tanzania For adventure loving vacationers we offer camping safaris.…

Arusha National Park

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       Arusha National Park is a beautiful little jewel that is often overlooked by tourists in their haste to get to the big national parks such as Serengeti National Park, or Ngorogoro Crater. However, this little place, located quite close to Arusha town, is a beautiful place that is recommended you visit.        Many monkeys hang around the entrance of the park, inviting tourists in with their playfulness – although it is advised not to get too near. Many different kinds of monkeys can be found as soon as you step into the park. Alongside monkeys,…

KENYA 11 day African Bush Safari

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Kenya Safari

Authentic Africa’s KENYA Classic Collection 11 day African Bush Safari Ever wondered what a 11 day Safari trip to KENYA may seem like? Here’s a sample of one of our itineraries to give you a basic idea of what to expect. Starting price $2,330.00 per person Day 1: Arrival Nairobi, Kenya A Authentic African Safaris member will meet you on your arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and escort you to your overnight hotel. Accommodation: Southern Sun Mayfair Day 2 & 3: Masai Mara After an early breakfast, depart for Masai Mara National Reserve and for the next 2 days enjoy exploring…

Newsletter: An Extraordinary Adventure

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  An Extraordinary Adventure! View the Great Wildebeest Migration from the Air! Join us in an extraordinary adventure. Float in a hot air balloon over the famous Serengeti National Park with its enchanting scenery and amazing wildlife. Watch the great wildebeest migration from the air. This may be the most beautiful area in the world for a balloon flight. There are no power lines, fences and few roads. The capacity is limited making this experience a special and exclusive one. Each and every balloon flight is different and therefore an adventure. This will be the high point of your safari

Safari Vacation to Tanzania – A Complete Guide (Part 3)

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Part 3 - Safari Options: The Northern Circut In the earlier blog, we talked about planning your safari vacation. We also published an article on the Ebola Hype, and after reading that, you now must be at ease about travelling to Tanzania, as the country is completely safe from Ebola. The vast amount of wildlife that you will encounter are habituated to the vehicles, making observation and photography more convenient. Have you heard about the great wildebeest migration? Up to 2 million wildebeest, along with hundreds of thousands of zebras and gazelle, make this annual movement. It is one of…

Tanzania Rift Valley Children’s Village – HOW TO GET INVOLVED ???

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How can you be part of this effort? Take a safari with Authentic African Safaris to TANZANIA in June/July 2016 - ALL proceeds during these 2 months will go to the fund. While on safari, you will get a chance to personally visit the children's enter and see for yourself what affect your donation will make to these children and families. Click HERE to send us a message to plan your African Safari with a motive! Join the CLIMB-KILI CHALLENGE - an expedition to climb the highest peak in AFRICA - Mt. Kilimanjaro! All proceeds from this climb goes to the…

Experience the Great Wildebeest Migration

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In Swahili, the word ‘safari’ means ‘journey.’ It has come to be known as a trek to parts of Africa to observe and follow wildlife in their natural environment. Taking a safari trip during certain months means you are most likely to witness the wildebeest migration, a ‘safari’ of their own. The annual wildebeest migration is perhaps the best-known thing about the Serengeti region and the country of Tanzania. It is a spectacular show of how animals and nature work harmoniously with each other after millions of years of co-existence. It is estimated that over a million wildebeest and 200,000…

Tarangire National Park Accommodations

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From luxury tented camps to enchanting and romantic tree top lodges you are sure to enjoy the unique lodging experiences in Tarangire National Park.

Mt. Kilimanjaro

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Tanzania Safari

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Why Tanzania? Tanzania is without rival when it comes to African safaris. In layman’s terms, Tanzania is simply amazing. When you think of Tanzania you might picture a march of a thousand wildebeests during their Serengeti migration. You might think of a happy family of elephants crossing the muddy, wide Tarangire River, a healthy pride of lions catching some sunrays in the Ngorongoro Crater, or a flock of bright pink flamingos getting lunch on the banks of Lake Natron. These images that might come to mind are not unreasonable, and can be put to life during your visit to Tanzania.…

Kia Lodge

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The route of the Great Wildebeest Migration

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The 'great wildebeest migration' is a movement of large number of the Wildebeest of Serengeti in the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, accompanied by zebras and other smaller gazelles, the Grant's, Thomson, eland and impala. They move in an annual pattern, which is fairly predictable. They keep migrating from one place to the other throughout the year, in search for fresh grazing and better water. The precise timing of the migration is entirely dependent upon the rainfall patters each year, but the broad patter works as follows: November: The short rains begin around November. A little  after this, in late November and December,…

Ngorongoro Farm House

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Tarangire Treetops

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Safari Camps & Lodges

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