On our tour, we’ll stop and camp at four of Tanzania’s major National Parks and conservation areas, each one known for their different concentrations of wildlife or geological features. First stop, Arusha National Park to see the beautiful black-and-white colobus monkeys. You’ll also have a good chance of seeing giraffes, buffalos, hippos, hyenas, and zebra. From there, we’ll travel to Tarangire National Park, known to have one of the highest concentrations of elephants in the world. Lions and hyenas are also common, peeking out from between the baobab trees. Next stop, the famous Ngorongoro Crater, home of the critically endangered black rhinoceros and the densest population of lions in Africa. Finally, we’ll explore the Serengeti National Park, the site of The Great Migration! Hundreds of thousands of herd animals make a yearly trek across the plains in search of water and fresh grass. Here, you can see wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles, and the cheetahs, hyenas, and crocodiles who pursue them.