TANZANIA’S NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES.' Planning your visit With the range of destinations on offer, each with it’s own character, here is the quick overview that should help you decide.In general, the Northern circuit and the coastline including the Zanzibar archipelago are more developed that the south and the west, so travel connections, local infrastructure and tourist oriented services are more adapted to a regular tourist activity. Places such as Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro (creter) Conservation Area, Lake Manyara,Tarangire, Arusha and Kilimanjaro national parks are all easily reachable and well equipped with facilities. They also have high animal and nature concentrations. In the south Ruaha National Park and Selous Game Reserve, as well as Mikumi and Udzungwa National Parks have all seen a recent increase in tourist activity, mainly due to a developing infrastructure in these areas. There fewer visitors however than the North, so there is still an agreeable wilderness feeling about these parks and reserves. In planning an Itinerary , leave as much time as you can,because setting a relaxed pace is the best way to get the most out of the superb wildlife and impressive vistas offered by this region.
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