The magic of Tanzania is really hard to beat as it has fabulous number of holiday options than it presents. With choices ranging from awesome Tanzania wildlife safaris the peaceful surrounds of the striking lakes, the highest mountain in Africa, and a simple stroll through the eclectic Stone Town, there are so many stunning regions Tanzania has on offer .
Serengeti National Park offers the absolute classic Tanzania wildlife safari setting. The majestic wildebeest migration starts from here. The vast expanse of grasslands makes the Serengeti the fabulous destination for spotting a huge array of wildlife species.
In addition to, you can get a chance to stay at mobile camps in the Serengeti National Park and explore wildlife concentrating in certain parts of the park depending on the time of the year and the rains. The perfect time to visit there is between December and June; but you can’t really go wrong at any time of the year.
East Africa is famed for adventure travel and what can be more adventurous than hiking up the world’s tallest free-standing mountain? Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak and stands at 19,340 feet (5896m) and will take around 6 days to conquer.
The most exciting fact about Mount Kilimanjaro is that anyone who is fit and determined can make it up to the summit. You don’t need any special climbing equipment or expertise.
Ngorongoro Crater surrounds the Serengeti in northern Tanzania and includes world’s largest crater that acts as a natural enclosure for wildlife species available in East Africa. The conservation area is the home to the densest concentration of wildlife around the world. Ngorongoro Crater is the place where you’ll see some of the densest wildlife concentration around the world and it’s truly a haven for photographers.
Tarangire National Park is a perfect stopover on Tanzania wildlife safaris. Its baobab dotted the landscape and several dry riverbeds are well-worth for your time. Tarangire has one of the highest wildlife concentrations in Tanzania during the dry season – that falls between August and October.
In addition to, Tarangire is an excellent spot for those who love watching zebra, elephants, giraffe, wildebeest, and impala. It’s a good place to enjoy walking safaris and an ideal birding destination.
An integral part of the Tanzania wildlife safari experience, Lake Manyara National Park shouldn’t be overlooked in the rush to visit its more famous neighbors – the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Lake Manyara literally lies down the road from Arusha, Tanzania’s entry and exit point for the “Northern Circuit” and makes a relaxing, breathtaking stopover for a day or two.
Located at the foot of the Great Rift Valley escarpment, Lake Manyara is nothing but a shallow alkaline lake, up close to north-west of which is protected by the Lake Manyara National Park.
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