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For many, the best of African parks. With an extension of more than 15,000 square kilometers, it is home to a great diversity of landscapes in which nearly two million wildebeest, zebras and gazelles live, crossing this territory annually towards the neighboring Masai Mara in search of grasslands during the great migration that takes place from April to June. The other great park in Tanzania is Ngorongoro, located inside the great caldera of the volcano.


It is the largest of the seventeen parks in South Africa and the oldest, created in 1898. Although the landscape is not as spectacular as that of the savannah, it is the perfect destination to see the big five: lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhinoceros, in addition to 147 protected mammals and 517 bird species. The best time to visit is from May to October, when the grass is low and visibility is better.