Tanzania is a prominent country located on the east coast of Africa. A vacation in a mysterious place with wonderful beauty and outstanding wildlife is always great. Being in a peaceful atmosphere where you get to see uncommon mammals wandering, tropical beaches and beautiful plantations swaying is ever rejuvenating. Tanzania is a great destination where you and your family can enjoy its enthusiasm with a combination of fascinating safaris, which makes your vacation worth remembering. There are many charity expeditions available, Tanzania has many popular trips to choose from. Here are some of the popular “must-see” places if you travel to this popular African region.
1. Zanzibar – The Spice Island of Zanzibar with its most reserved attractive sandy beaches, marine parks and coral reefs are the seamless way to unwind and relax after your Tanzanian safari. Historically, Zanzibar was the epicenter of the trade if its world-famous spices and was a location at the core if the slave trade during Arab rule. As well as its picturesque beaches, Zanzibar’s capital, Stone Town, is a World Heritage site famed for its traditional architecture.
2. Serengeti National Park – This is iconic national park is located in Northen Tanzania and is renowned for its endless plains packed full of the world’s most captivating wildlife. The Serengeti National Park plays host to the annual wildebeest migration, one of nature’s greatest wonder. More than a million animals make the annual journey through the Serengeti to the Masai Mara in Kenya, to catch a glimpse of the stampede is a highlight for any wildlife lover.
3. Mafia Island – It is water heaven with beautiful beaches and marine parks. The diving and snorkeling are truly exceptional as one can view the giant (but safe) whale shark and the ocean turtles. It is also a great spot for deep-sea fishing. For sightseeing, the island has a rich Swahili culture one can explore.
4. The Mahale Mountains – If you are looking to explore the bush during our Tanzania tour, then a visit to the remote Mahale and its chimp residents should be on the cards. The dense Mahel Mountains in Western Tanzania is home to 1000 chimps of varying species and provides the rea less traveled for would-be explorers
5. Ngorongoro Conservation Area – Ngorongoro Conservation area is the world’s largest crated. Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the home of the rare Black rhinoceros and natural enclosure for thousands of wildlife. Ngorongoro is also home to local tribes so you can experience all facets of traditional African culture