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NATIONAL PARKS & RESERVES

The Tanzania National Parks Authority commonly known as TANAPA is responsible for the management of Tanzania's national parks. TANAPA is a parastatal corporation and all its income is reinvested into the organization. It is governed by a number of instruments including the National Parks Act,

ZANZIBAR & THE COAST

The allure of the spice islands is centuries old, with sailors and traders bringing the sights, sounds and smells that are synonymous with the Zanzibar we know today.

Trading gold, ivory, cloth and slaves, merchants from around the Indian Ocean accrued great wealth and built the high stone buildings which give Zanzibar Town its common name today – Stone Town. At its peak, Zanzibar was home to the sultans of Oman who used the island as a gateway to the riches of mainland Africa. Their town palace and the House of Wonders remain as symbols of their wealth, however the Anglican Cathedral now stands on the site where much of this wealth was created – the slave markets.

Stone Town is an exotic world, so different from mainland Tanzania. Filled with a labyrinth of alley ways and Arabian inspired markets, indulge your curiosity and get lost in this ancient world of architecture, cuisine, fishing methods and the call to prayer.. Read More


‘Nasikia’ Safety – let’s take care…

Please remember that Nasikia Tanzania Camps are located within the National Parks and therefore within the territories of resident wildlife – wild animals are dangerous! Please refrain from ever walking out of the camp area or walking alone at night. This is for the safety of all

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GUIDED S & WALKING SAFARI

In Tanzania, there are many opportunities for exploration on foot and exploration into the far-flung ‘wilds’. We focus on protected and unique areas that have been ear-marked for conservation based on flora, fauna and cultural diversity. These areas can lie within zoned national parks, conservation areas, game reserves or even be a remote village that offers stunning landscapes or wildlife viewing opportunities.

With well-trained walking guides, a walking safari can be the highlight of your East African itinerary; a simple walk with the ladies of the Maasai tribe to fetch water, an afternoon survey of wildebeest as they come to drink at a croc-infested river or a herd of elephant meander off into the sunset are all experiences that encompass true Africa. Read More


‘Nasikia’ Safety – let’s take care…

Please remember that Nasikia Tanzania Camps are located within the National Parks and therefore within the territories of resident wildlife – wild animals are dangerous! Please refrain from ever walking out of the camp area or walking alone at night. This is for the safety of all

GREAT WILDEBEEST MIGRATION; THE SERENGETI GREAT MIGRATION

The endless plains of East Africa are the setting for the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle – the 1.5+ million animal ungulate (wildebeest) migration. From the vast Serengeti plains to the champagne colored hills of Kenya’s Masai Mara over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra and gazelle, migrate in a clockwise fashion over 1,800 miles each year in search of rain ripened grass. Tanzania’s 5,700 square mile Serengeti National Park makes up 97% of the ecosystem whilst Kenya’s Masai Mara, the northern boundary of the Serengeti, makes up 3% of the ecosystem. The Loliondo private community area borders the Serengeti in the east and the Grumeti Game Reserve borders the Serengeti in the west. The ecosystem can be divided into three areas: the southern grass plains, the Western Corridor and the northern Serengeti / Mara. The southern grass plains have endless, almost treeless, wide-open plains; the Western Corridor has rock kopjes and the Grumeti River, and the northern Serengeti / Mara is largely open woodland and rolling hills.

To learn more about the migration’s movement throughout the year please read below:

January / February / March – During the period January through March the seemingly unending short grass plains of the southern Serengeti, and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (not the Ngorongoro Crater), are inhabited by enormous herds of wildebeest and zebra. Pregnant female wildebeest are attracted to the calcium and magnesium rich grass which is good for milk production... Read More

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