After the speculations it is now more likely and almost certain that Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCAA) is planning to announce the introduction to start the collection of the Concession Fee at the NCAA entrance gates starting from 1st December 2017, if all goes as per their plans. A similar procedure like the one that was introduced by Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) starting on the 1st July 2017 the procedure will affect all lodges / tented camps that are located within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCAA). Lodges and tented camps likely to be affected include the permanent lodges like Ngorongoro Sopa

A rare sighting of a Lioness nursing a weeks old leopard cub has left tourists and conservation enthusiasts and specialists both shocked and awe struck. Seasoned conservationists have said it is a rare occurring and a sighting that has never been spotted in the world. This occurred in the Ndutu Plains which administratively is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCAA) in Tanzania, East Africa. The first photos started appearing in the internet in the last two weeks and now the travel blogs and news websites are already awash with photos of both the suckling leopard cub suckling a lioness

In the past two weeks or so we notified you of the intention by Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA), to introduce increased Concession fees for lodges and permanent Tented Camps and Tented Lodges located within the National Parks and that has come to pass. Beginning 1st July TANAPA; the government agency charged with manning and running the National Parks started the new charges officially. Who pays Concession fees in Tanzania Usually the Concession fees are charged by TANAPA to the lodges and  tented camps located within the parks borders and this is more or less like the Camping fees usually

The Tanzania Safari Calendar is changing fast as far as the Wildebeests Migration (also referred as the Great Migration), is concerned. Solomon one of our best safari guides and excellent wildlife spotters (not to mention one of our best bird watching guides) has just  returned from a 6 Days  Safari in the Northern Tanzania which included also the Serengeti National Park. It was a customized 6 days safari for a couple of amazing honeymooners who decided to travel to Tanzania with us for their honeymoon. What Solomon has to say regarding the location of the wildebeests migration herds is that

Welcome to the official blog of Tanzania Safari Supremacy. Licensed Planners Operators of Tanzania Safaris and Tours. Today we are glad to launch Tanzania’s safari blog. If you plan on coming to Tanzania whether for the first time or not, you will find our blog useful and interesting. We shall keep on updating you on the new developments that are directly related to your time of travel to Tanzania, these will include the best activities for the season, the political atmosphere, budgets and planning tips as influenced by changing economic conditions in Tanzania, We shall also explore various health issues that