It’s a place tailor-made for the safari as well as the SCUBA diver; a picturesque country that is as perfect for budding hikers and explorers as it is for culture buffs and history buffs.

Today we will discover 5 Best places to see in Tanzania


Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

A nature reserve that surely needs no introduction, the exotic locales of Mount Kilimanjaro National Park have been a symbol of Africa’s rich biodiversity and field of view since German settlers first opened them in the 1920s.


Serengeti National Park

Any wildlife lover should go to the Serengeti sometime. The park was established in 1951 with the aim of protecting the impressive phenomenon of the Great Migration, when more than 3 million herbivores (mostly wildebeest) travel some 3,000 kilometers each year to reach the Masai Mara in search of more fertile land. .


Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is nothing short of legendary on the East African safari circuit.

An enormous dust bucket of savannah and fig forests, rolling hills of mud-covered plains and spectacular cliffs, it is outlined by the colossal caldera of an ancient volcano, the largest of its kind on the planet, in fact.



The ideal combination for those many hours aboard a jeep in search of the famous Big Five is resting on a paradisiacal beach, don’t you think? Therefore, one of the best things to do in Tanzania is to enjoy the Zanzibar archipelago. In this group of islands you will not only find idyllic beach postcards, but also a good dose of history and nature.


Tarangire National Park

The mix of scrawny acacia branches and the colossal outlines of baobab trees make the landscapes of Tarangire National Park unforgettable.

They sit on the edge of the country’s Northern Crater Highlands, near Ngorongoro and the sprawling city of Arusha.

Crisscrossed by countless herds of wildebeest and zebra, impala, and turkeys, the area makes for an ideal spot for game viewing.