Welcome to one of the most awaited seasons of the year after 10 months of summer days! Most travelers love the sunny days where wildlife is plenty in action…for us the green season is extra special. Here is why you should embrace this upcoming verdant season in all ways, especially if you are considering a wildlife safari in Tanzania.
Exclusivity wherever you go
You are going to beat the crowd and feel lucky to be surrounded by nothing but nature. The green season calls for a handful of people to travel and most destinations that are popularly visited are less crowded and offer excellent game viewing opportunities.
Low Season Offers
Most hotels, lodges and resorts slash down their prices to almost half with the same unbeatable services otherwise experienced in the high season. The northern circuit and the tropical island of Zanzibar in particular have ongoing exceptional offers and one should not miss them.
While most people prefer traveling in the dry, hot season between June to February, the green season offers exotic views and experiences. It is a delight to enjoy safari during the cool season with some showers that change the entire scenery from earth brown to fresh green. Hilly regions and vast landscapes turn into stunning lush green spots.
It may not be easy to spot all the wild animals during the rainy season, however one gets to learn about the special behavior during this quiet period. From foraging food and hunting to taking shelter in nature, the green season makes for a major transition period in the wildlife destinations of Tanzania. Keep your eyes open for the calving season in the Serengeti National Park.
The replenishing nature
Most travelers on a safari have seen the parks, conservation areas and game reserves during sunny days when the specks from the ground rise and nature appears in hues of golden and brown. The green season by its name offers refreshing vistas of this changing landscape. One gets to experience the bountiful, pleasant and the green side of Africa mostly seen only during the months of April and May.
Are you thrilled to see the reviving verdant landscapes of Tanzania? We have exclusive ‘green season’ offers. Write to us and let us plan a refreshing safari.