4 Reasons Why You Should Visit Tanzania

Getting out to the best getaway destination can be the best thing if you want to create a stir in your mind. At one time, you can close your eyes, twirl your hand in the air and smack your index finger on the map. Boom there goes the classic destination when you open your eyes. But with the varied destinations, you must settle on a fascinating location to get thrills.

For a venture to be adventurous, what location is the best? Don’t ponder on where to spend your holidays again. Visit these Tanzania’s getaway hoods to spike up your creative juices:

  1. Serengeti National park

Located in the Northern part of Tanzania, bordering Kenya on the north and Ngorongoro to the south; Serengeti National Park is the renowned ideal tourist destination. Talk of the varied flora and fauna, the vast wilderness along the rich grounds of grazing, there are enough reasons to settle on the park as an epic getaway location.

Being a hub of the African big family animals, famous wildebeest, zebras, birds, and other predators, a safari would make game viewing the best experience. The drives will unravel the Serengeti wonderful beauty for you to have the best time in photography. It’s only here that you will view the live magic wildebeest migration in herds to Kenya’s Maasai Mara.

While enjoying the voyage, you can pick a hot air balloon if you love the landscape and animals’ panoramic view in the open space. Besides, Serengeti is the home to the world’s oldest ecosystem, having endangered black rhinos, wild dogs, cheetahs, and elephants. So won’t you try out an adventure of flora and fauna?

Remember to visit the Maasai villages to acquaint yourself with the rich culture. In the village, you can hear the wild animals and birds’ sounds, taking your experience in the wilderness to a great level. You can watch the sunset while relaxing in the evening, welcoming the dusk either at Serengeti Acacia Camp or Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge, offering the region’s best luxury options.

  1. Mount Kilimanjaro  

Being Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro  is one of the Country’s most popular safari destination. Its volcanic cones, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira, stand out at 19,341 ftabove the sea level. Many climbing enthusiasts have this destination at heart because of the shrinking glaciers and disappearing ice fields, making mountaineering easy with gears and ropes.

The mountain base harbors elephants, cape buffaloes, Bushbucks, chameleons, duikers, warthogs, zebras, leopards, and other fauna families. The animals’ presence makes Mt. Kilimanjaro a world’s greatest wonderland, not to talk about its remoteness yet accessible for nature lovers.

If you yearn to make a transition in life, possibly climbing the mountain is an accomplishment. Standing at the peak in itself gives a transformation of how you see the world from different angles. Or better still, get into this destination to draw attention to a worthy cause.

Famously referred to as a mountain of freedom because it inspired Africa continent to freedom, visiting this location can be the change you have been looking for in ages.

  1. Ngorongoro Crater

Located at the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Ngorongoro crater is the world’s largest Caldera spanning across vast expanses of highland plains, savanna woodlands, and forests. The beautiful scenery has wildlife coexisting with the Maasai pastoralists traditionally grazing their livestock.

If you are a maverick looking for adventure, your life is about to be spiced up. The crater houses bird species, amazing Caldera, Gold mountain, and a visit to the Olduvai museum, and footprints at Laetolli will spike your mood.

A drive with Tanzania Safari & Africa safari will help you have better photography of the big five mammals like buffalo, lion, elephant, leopard, and rhinos for a smooth transition. Touring is best between June to September and December to February.

  1. Tarangire National Park

Though underrated for its proximity to Serengeti National Park, Tarangire park is the best location to hang out in the dry season spanning July to October. As a seasonal park in northern Tanzania with a lot of migration within the ecosystem, large herds of animals are attracted to the Tarangire river with animal dotting.

Your love for animals will stir up when the elephants dot the plains, the lion’s roar, and zebras bark all night. Besides the animal activity, the great Tarangire has epic baobabs standing, giving it a beautiful scenery accompanied by sun-blistered termite mounds, grassy savannah plains, and the vast swamps.

When you think you’ve exhausted the seasonal park, the Tarangire River cleaves the park into two. It meanders in bends and at someplace, having steep banks that provide a dry-season lure for the wildlife around a stirring reason to visit the park.

Aren’t you going to explore these wonder locations listed? They are the perfect reason why you should visit Tanzania. I bet you want to explore new locations, and this is the ideal time to get into a serious nature-loving excursion!

 

 

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