Tanzania Safaris and Tours Holidays
Tanzania Safaris will never disappoint you. This East African country is known for its wilderness areas that include the unforgettable Serengeti National Park and Kilimanjaro National Park. The Serengeti National Park is Africa’s greatest game reserve where you can observe elephants, rhinos, leopards, and buffalos from a close distance while Kilimanjaro National Park is home to Africa’s highest mountain. Also, don’t miss visiting the volcanic crater at Ngorongoro Conservation Area and admiring the unstoppable force of nature.
Furthermore, you will be astonished by the beauty of Tanzania’s offshore tropical islands of Zanzibar and their Arabic influences, the romantic Spice Islands with their rich mixture of Arabic, Indian, African and European cultures, a long stretch of beach coastline with largely undiscovered surroundings, and the Great Lakes Victoria, Nyasa, and Tanganyika.
To Whet Your Appetite
Tanzania Safari is also home to the Olduvai Gorge, a site that holds the earliest evidence of the existence of humans. There are hundreds of three-million-year-old fossilized bones that has led paleoanthropologists to conclude that Africa was home to the first race of men on earth.
Or, if you are more for up-to-date anthropology, the chimpanzee observation center at the Gombe Stream National Park on the wild shores of Lake Tanganyika can be an interesting exercise in mutual behavior study! The chimpanzee families are the main attraction of Gombe Steam, the smallest of all national parks in Tanzania. The chimpanzees live protected within the park’s boundaries and you can observe them the whole morning, as the guided walks deep into the forest are available.
Going further on the west, you’ll find the remote and beautiful Mahale Mountains range, the best place in the world for chimpanzee safaris. The captivating wilderness of this park must be experienced and explored by foot. The hike through the Mahale Mountains range will take your breath away – the deep and mysterious waters of Lake Tanganyika that border the park are the ideal setting for water sports and boat rides.
In the south, there is the magnificent Kitulo Plateau, a botanists’ delight locally also known as “God’s Garden” – a place of extraordinary beauty, this park is a protected area of astonishing grassland.
Father in the South are vast and beautiful and offer a more remote wildlife experience. is the perfect destination for travelers looking for plentiful and rare wildlife in a remote area of Africa. The national parks have fewer visitors and give the feeling of being all alone. Activities include game drives in open vehicles, boat safaris, and walking safaris, The most popular national parks are Selous and Ruaha, udzungwa and mikumi. Which are close to Dar es Salaam.
The Captivating Beauty of the Islands
And going further to the Swahili coast and the offshore islands, whose beauty ranges from the pristine, untouched Mafia Island, to the rich cultural patchwork that comprises Zanzibar, the island of empires…One thing is for sure – there will always be more waiting for you to discover in Tanzania than time allows.