Welcome to Tanzania!
Are you on the hunt for an experience that will make you love nature to the core? Then look no further because a few weeks in Tanzania are all it takes to submerge yourself in a place with scenic landscapes, exuberant wildlife, and wholesome experiences!
Tanzania is a fantastic place to fall in love with nature all over again. Exploring the vibrant national park of Tanzania through a jeep or walk safari will let you get a better view of all that nature has to offer. It’s a complete package where you can experience everything you’ve only seen on television in real life.
You’ll be surprised at how big a lion actually is then how big you’d expect it to be! You’ll be in awe at the sight of a giraffe reaching out for its food using its extensive neck and slowly munching on it. The sight of an elephant by the Ruaha river, bathing itself using its trunk, will leave you in awe at the beauty of animals in their natural habitat.
While the area is booming with herbivores, it also has some of the world’s most dangerous predators! Lions, cheetahs, Hyenas, and even African wild dogs are present in scores in the Parks of Tanzania. Buffaloes, leopards, primates, giraffes, and antelopes live on the jungle slopes. Bird watchers will find a plethora of birds of prey in all of the National parks.
Tanzania is host to some of Africa’s most renowned national parks and natural wonders, including Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m) is Africa’s tallest mountain and Tanzania’s most famous symbol. You can get a chance to climb this dormant mountain and share the adventurous experience with your friends.
Some of the best destinations in Tanzania include Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro crater, Ruaha, Mikumi, and of course, the Mount Kilimanjaro. All the parks are teeming with unique flora and fauna. So it’s really no surprise, safaris and game-watching-related experiences are the most attractive activities to do in Tanzania and the reason many visitors visit the nation.
The Serengeti National Park is a wide, treeless plain that is home to millions of species. The yearly wildebeest migration is its most notable feature. The Serengeti National Park, Tanzania’s second-biggest national park, draws thousands of tourists annually. Zanzibar, commonly known as Unguja, is a popular tourist attraction in Tanzania, famed for its magnificent beaches. This island is part of the Zanzibar archipelago and also includes the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba. Zanzibar Island offers some of the most fantastic beaches you’ll ever see.
One of Tanzania’s most renowned game-watching places is the Ngorongoro Crater. This massive volcanic crater offers a continuous water supply, attracting hundreds of animals to stay instead of migrating. Bird watching is particularly good around Lake Magadi, where groups of flamingos congregate in the shallows.
Apart from teeming wildlife, you’ll also get a chance to visit some wonderful historical places like the stone town Zanzibar and also have access to excellent accommodation options. If you’re a camping lover, there are well-made camping grounds available. But if you want the adventure but want a clean washroom and a luxurious room at the end of the day, then Tanzania has fantastic luxury and economy lodges as well!
Tanzania is an experience you wouldn’t want to miss!