Tanzania is the leading African Safari destination with many adventures from Safaris to the Mountain Climbing and best vacation in the coast of Zanzibar beach. Perhaps you wish to visit this beautiful country in the East of Africa and you’re wondering where to start. Well, Tanzania with 45 million people with the large size of 945,087 km² , you will always need a guideline to know where to go and what to do. Below are places highlights you can visit:
At 5,892 meters (19,331 feet) above sea level, Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak and the world’s highest free-standing mountain.
Serengeti National Park.
Among the best-known big game safari destinations in Africa and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tanzania. It is famous for its annual wildlife migration of wildebeest and zebra.
Manyara National Park.
In the wet season Lake Manyara is home to almost 300 different species of migratory birds, including thousands of flamingos. In the dry season, alkaline mud-flats take the place of the waters.
Formed from a volcano erupting two to three million years ago which has collapsed and formed a crater. The steep sides of the crater have become a natural enclosure for a wide variety of 30000 wild animals.
Tarangire National Park.
This national park is a paradise for bird watchers as more than 550 different species frequent the park. Tarangire is also known for its huge number of elephants, baobab trees and tree climbing lions. Huge termite mounds can be found all around the park.
Zanzibar Beach Holiday.
Escape to an exclusive piece of paradise along the shores to experience all that a beach vacation has to offer, in true style, from an exquisite selection of resorts along the coasts of Africa, in the Indian Ocean.
Selous National Park.
Savanna animals can be found in this reserve in greater numbers than in any other African game reserve. Most visitors arrive by aircraft, and walking tours or river trips are permitted, though no human habitation or permanent structures are allowed.
Mikumi National Park.
Since the completion of the paved road connecting the park gate with Dar es Salaam, Mikumi National Park has been slated to become a hotspot for tourism in Tanzania. Located between the Uluguru Mountains and the Lumango range.
Ruaha National Park.
This is the most famous park for its fascinating beauty, ancient baobab trees, picturesque river and dramatic scenes and it offers incredibly exciting game viewing experiences to its visitors.
Udzungwa National Park.
Stretching across the Eastern Arc mountain range, Tanzania’s Udzungwa Mountain National Park supports diverse wildlife, including elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, African wild dog and eland. 6 species of primate are found here and two are endemic, the Iringa red colobus monkey and the Sanje crested mangabey monkey.
Mahale National Park.
Famous for containing some of the last remaining wild chimpanzees in Africa, the Mahale Mountains National Park was gazetted in 1985, covers an area of 1 613 km² and is located about 128 km south of Kigoma town on the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika. The western boundary of the park protects an adjacent 1.6 km wide strip of Lake Tanganyika’s waters.
Gombe National Park.
With an area of only 56 sq km, Gombe National Park is Tanzania’s smallest national park, but its famous primate inhabitants and its connection to Jane Goodall have given it worldwide renown. Many of Gombe’s 100-plus chimps are well habituated, and though it can be difficult, sweaty work traversing steep hills and valleys, if you head out early in the morning sightings are nearly guaranteed.
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