Tanzania is known as one of the most intriguing destinations on earth and home to humanity.
Immense in nature, the land feels alive with the sounds of the wildlife that inhabit every corner of the country, the vibrant culture and its enchanting features accompany you in every step you take when discovering it.
Wildlife, evolution and fascination are just a few of the words that describe Tanzania. From wildebeest migrations across the Serengeti plains to the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro.
If you want to discover the best destinations in this corner of Africa, read to the end and choose the one that will start your adventure in Tanzania.
Tarangire National Park
Bordering both Kenya and Tanzania to the Masai Steppe, acacia forests and open grasslands attract wildlife migrations to phosphorous-rich areas during the wet season. Tarangire has a low concentration of the mineral necessary for young zebras, elephants, buffalo and wildebeest to survive.
The fauna in Tarangire consists of herds of elephants, herds of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, antelope and eland more than 550 species of birds, such as kori bustards, African grays and crowned hornbills, lovebirds, black-headed herons and rufus, lilacs Roller crossbones, black-faced whitetail, warbler wagtail and white-faced owl. Ideal to know the wildest part of Tanzania.
Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the African continent, as well as being a world natural heritage for its great diversity of flora, fauna and beautiful mountain ranges.
Climb Kilimanjaro, the highest peak on the African continent, and heal your fatigue at a luxury hotel in Arusha. Experience a safari experience in Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park, and Lake Manyara. For mountaineering, we chose the most popular «Ruta Marangu». After one night in Moshi Town, a base for mountain climbing, we will try to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for 5 days.
Serengeti national park
It is one of the oldest ecosystems and spanning over 30,000 square kilometers, it has inspired writers and photographers alike.
The region stretches as far north as the Masai Mara, the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, the Maswa Conservation Reserve, and the Loliondo, Grumeti and Ikorongo wildlife management areas. The UNESO Serengeti World Heritage Site, it is famous for the annual migration with more than 1.5 to 2 million wildebeest moving clockwise throughout the national park. Around 90,000 visitors visit the park each year.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
The northbound route to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is Lake Manyara National Park. The entrance to the park is in the small local town of Mto wa Mbu, which means Mosquito River in Kiswahili.
The park, located at the base of the Rift Valley escarpment, is home to the migration of pink flamingos, pelicans and more than 400 species of birds. The contrast in vegetation consists of a lush jungle forest that opens up the grassy plains. At the water’s edge, the plains play is giraffe, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, and elephant. Hippos roll by the lake’s edge in the hippo pool, and noisy ground hornbills will greet you upon arrival.
Ruaha National Park
It is the largest of the national parks in southern Tanzania, and it has as many visitors as parks in the north, but it has a special experience. Ruaha comes from Ruvaha, which means a river in the Hehe language, and is part of the Muhesi ecosystem. An area of 45,000 square kilometers is home to endangered elephants, ricoons and kudus. There are many characteristic sausage trees and sometimes there is a leopard on the trees.
A beautiful historic area full of history, natural beauty, art, and culture.
Located off the coast of Tanzania, the exotic island of spices is full of mystery. Inspired by the history of Oman, Stonetown’s narrow paths and paved paths invite you to experience the culture of the city. The Marine Park is located next to Mafia Island and is ideal for diving.