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African Safari Holidays

02-18-2011 11:41 AM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

Press release from: Ziara Safaris

An Elephant in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

An Elephant in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

East African tour operator Ziara Safaris are offering 20% off their complete range of Tanzania safari vacations taken during the Spring time months of April and May 2011.

These months in Tanzania are generally referred to as the “low season” or “rainy season”, labels such as these often put tourists off visit during these months, however those in the know choose to travel in Tanzania during this time.
The rains usually only last a few hours and usually occur every other day, with half or more the days within the month being rain-free. The atmosphere remains warm during the downpours, and bright rays of sunshine will continue to shine on through any cloud cover which may exist.

Due to the rain, the flora of the parks thrive and are at their peak of beauty during this time. Lush green plants and trees can be seen everywhere, and it really makes the perfect backdrop for wildlife viewing.

There are also much less tourists in the parks within the low season, which makes game viewing much better for you – less vehicles mean less crowds, and a much more authentic African safari experience and more chance of getting ‘the’ spot to take that picture of a leopard resting in an Acacia tree.

For more information on Tanzania safari holidays visit the Ziara Safaris website - http://www.ziarasafaris.com/

Ziara Safaris specialise in offering private and fully customisable African wildlife safari holidays. With over 10 years in the industry, taking care of clients from all around the world - Ziara Safaris are leaders in their industry.

Sekei (opposite Big Y),
Arusha,
Tanzania,
East Africa

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