A safari alone is a great reason to visit Tanzania, but can also be a nice extension to a Kilimanjaro climb. We offer safari options that range from just a day outing to a week or more visiting several parks. Tanzania’s extensive network of national parks and conservation areas offer visitors an endless array of opportunities to appreciate the spectacular wildlife that makes this country legendary. Safari can be taken at any time of the year.
The Annual Great Migration
If your interest lies in seeing The Annual Great Migration, consider planning your safari for February or March when giant herds of wildebeest and zebra go in search of food and water, traveling upwards of 2000 miles and eventually returning to their starting point on the Serengeti. For these herds, life is at it’s most intense as they birth their young and struggle to escape multitudes of predators.
6 years ago today, SUNY Oswego's Going Global group was heading home after a successful summit with 23 students and faculty and some other adventures post-Kilimanjaro! Each day we were waiting for news of the baby waiting to be born back home and on this day she arrived! - Happy 6th birthday to Sabina! What other adventures have you been up to Oswego Going Global Mehran Nojan? ... See MoreSee Less
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