Tarangire National Park
Besides the elephants, you can indulge in game-viewing and observe the animal’s activity, especially during the dry season. The reason for this is the water sources. They all gather around the Tarangire River since it is their only water source, presenting you with the greatest show on Earth. You may observe many buffaloes, antelopes, and even some mighty predators, such as lions.
When it comes to bird lovers, impressively enough, you can watch over 500 species of birds up close and enjoy a walking safari while doing it. If you wish to explore as much as possible at your own pace, one of the best ways to cover the ground is on foot.
For those who wish to immerse into history, the vicinity of Kolo has a lot to offer! Any history buff would like to stop there for a bit, as this area contains about a hundred (if not more) ancient rock paintings.
There is something about safari life that makes you forget all your sorrows and feel as if you had drunk half a bottle of champagne — bubbling over with heartfelt gratitude for being alive.