If you're planning a summer vacation, a winter break, honeymoon holiday, family day out, business trip, or your first visit to the African continent, there's one country with vast wildlife, mammals, relaxation, delicious cuisine, water and fresh air, then you don't want to miss out on your life's journey; a country where the world’s finest Safaris began and one of the places with the world's natural wonders.
The term Republic of Tanzania comes up after consulting with nature enthusiasts, tourism professionals and media. Everyone warmly welcomes you to this wonderful destination, providing information and tours in various National Parks, historical sites, cultural institutions and other attractions.
Tanzania, also known as the "Land of Serengeti, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar," is East Africa's largest country. The locals enjoy unrivaled calmness, entertainment at all hours of the day and night, excellent infrastructure and pleasant weather. The sensation of "being at home" "having arrived" or "finding what I was seeking for" begins the moment you get off the plane at Arusha, Kilimanjaro or Dar-es-salaam International Airport. Consider viewing the world's largest animal migration, the yearly wildebeest migration; world's largest land caldera, Ngorongoro craters; a diversity of species; world's highest stand-alone peak, Mount. Kilimanjaro and unique beaches of Zanzibar Island, Africa's leisure gateway.
Except for indoor activities in Arusha or the country's capital cities or a visit to historical attractions, the activities and attractions in the northern, southern, eastern, and western safari circuits are not to be missed. Tanzania is home to over 16 national parks, a number of Ramsar sites, game reserves, and a variety of cultures. In and around the national parks, Tanzania has amazing accommodation facilities, with amazing amenities, ranging from Budget to Luxury.
Tanzania's northern region (safari circuit) is the most beautiful and well-known portion of the country. From the magnificent site of the snowcapped Mount Kilimanjaro, the world's largest stand-alone mountain, to the boundless plains of the Serengeti, to the ancient discoveries at Olduvai Gorge, the area is rich in flora, animals, and historical landmarks. Visit Arusha National Park, which has a diverse wildlife population; Mount Kilimanjaro National Park, which offers an incredible mountain hiking challenge; Mount Meru, Lake Manyara National Park, which has flamingos; Tarangire National Park, which has a diverse elephant population; and the endless plains of Serengeti National Park.
The southern Safari circuit takes you to Mikumi National Park, the country's fourth largest, Nyerere National Park, the Udzungwa and Uluguru Mountains, dubbed the "Galapagos of Africa," Selous, the country's oldest game reserve with an unrivaled number of rare African wild dogs, Ruaha National Park, Mahale and Gombe National Parks for chimp trekking, and more. All tourists will enjoy the sights and sounds of the Eastern and Western safari circuits.
Zanzibar archipelago, off the coast of vast Indian Ocean in eastern Tanzania, boasts some of the most exotic beaches on the planet, ideal for beach fun and relaxation. The only way to get to Zanzibar Island is to fly or take a boat over the calm waters of the Indian Ocean.
SAFARI ACTIVITIES IN TANZANIA.
With experienced guides, enjoy incredible game drives, birdwatching, photography, and more in Tanzania's national parks and wildlife reserves. Chimpanzees, pink flamingos, elephants, zebras, cheetah, wildebeest, elephants, many antelope species, and more may all be found in the country.
Great wildebeest migration.
This is without a doubt one of the most popular reasons to visit Tanzania. The Serengeti-Maasai Mara eco-system is witnessing one of the world's natural wonders: migration. In quest of pasture and water, over 2 million wildebeests, accompanied by zebras, cheetahs, gazelles, and other animals, can be seen traveling in enormous groups.
Two mountains are worth your time, and resources. Mountain Kilimanjaro National Park-the world's tallest stand-alone mountain, and Mountain Meru. There are also other mountains to hike as one spends time exploring the Republic of Tanzania.
Spend time with Tanzania's well-established cultures while discovering rural life, relaxing, and enjoying some of the world's most unique dances and songs. A few new terms from the area can be added to one's vocabulary.
What could be better than soaking up the sun on Zanzibar's beautiful white sand beaches? Some of the nicest beaches in the world can be found here, and they may be enjoyed without any pain. Swimming with dolphins, swimming, diving, sunbathing, and other beach activities are available.
When is the best time to visit Tanzania?
Tanzania is a fantastic tourist destination that is available all year. From May to October, or December to February, there are fewer or no rainy days, making this the tourism high season and most popular travel season. A visa, valid passport and other travel requirements should be considered.
Tanzania is one of the best safari destinations on the African continent, open all year for adventure, photography and various vacations.