Tarangire National park:
Tarangire National park is located in the Nothern Tanzania circuit and it’s the 6th largest national park in Tanzania. The park is one of the top places to visit in Tanzania and it hosts most of the African species of flora and fauna such as the large herds of elephants, lions, zebras, the giant baobab trees, the beautifully diverse and rare birdlife such as the crested francolins, hoopoes, the yellow-necked spurfowl and many more which is also an attraction to the bird lovers. Tarangire river crosses through the park and it’s the main source of drinking water for the wildlife within the park especially during the dry season, as many animals migrate near the river for a drink and it becomes easy for animal viewing during the dry season.
Olduvai Gorge is one of the most popular Tanzania destinations because of its historical, and biological importance. Located in the eastern Serengeti region, Olduvai Gorge is an important paleo-anthropological site that consists of fossil deposits of the human lineage, which has proven as an invaluable source of information to biologists, in the field of human evolution during the past 2 million years.
The British/Kenyan paleo anthropologist and archeologist team of Mary and Louis Leakey established excavation and research programs at Olduvai Gorge that achieved great advances in human knowledge and are world-renowned. The site is registered as one of the Historical sites of Tanzania.
Mount Kilimanjaro is 5,895 meters tall, the highest peak of the African continent, and the tallest freestanding mountain. This mountain is a part of the Kilimanjaro National Park which is famous for its unique fauna variety. The mountain peak is also one of the most popular Tanzania tourist attractions among adventure enthusiasts as it is the base of some of the most difficult hiking, and trekking trails.
Lake Tanganyika is one of the most serene Tanzania points of interest for those looking for solitude during their vacation in Tanzania. The lake has vast expanses, a serene shoreline, and lush green surroundings. It is one of the best places to relax in the arms of nature. Facts about the lake that might lure you to this place; It is the second oldest freshwater lake in the world, It is the longest freshwater lake in the world, and It forms the border between Tanzania and Congo, It is so vast that it flows through 4 different countries, namely, Tanzania, Congo, Zambia, and Burundi.
Ngorongoro Crater conservation area
The crater is popular for its Big 5 Game (Lion, Leopard, Rhinoceros, Elephant, and Cape Buffalo), Ngorongoro Conservation Area is also one of the most famous Tanzania tourist places. If you want to add a dash of adventure to your trip to Tanzania, then visit this place to witness the volcanic Ngorongoro Crater, and an extensive migration of wildebeests, and zebras. It’s also an ideal place for safari, climbing, hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing.
Serengeti National park
Serengeti National park is in the Northern part of Tanzania. It is a major part of Tanzania’s tourism. It is a stunning natural spectacle and also a popular UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its unique ecosystem that comprises extensive grasslands, distinct fauna, and attractions like Grumeti River, Lobo Hills, and Mbalageti Serengeti. The Serengeti National park is also famous for a massive annual migration of two million wildebeests, and other animals like gazelles, and zebras. While in Tanzania you must experience a wildlife safari in Serengeti National park.
When one is bored of the wildlife safaris, and historical tours they spend a day amid ultramarine sea waters, and the lush greenery of Pemba Island. It is one of the top places to visit in Tanzania to enjoy the tropical weather and witness the rich corals and the thriving underwater life by indulging yourself in exhilarating water sports. The most experienced while on Pemba Island is Water skiing, diving, snorkeling, and boating. It is also the top Safari Honeymoon destination, Experience, & Resorts In The World.
Lake Manyara National park is well known for the tree-climbing lions, and the soda ash lake that attracts thousands of pink flamingos, it also has one of the biggest elephant populations and breathtaking scenery. Lake Manyara National park is considered an all-year-round safari destination in Tanzania.
Zanzibar Island is a jewel in the ocean, surrounded by beaches that are among the finest in the world. Experiences not to miss are swimming, snorkeling, or enjoying moments at the shoals of the luminous fish graze over nearby coral gardens and dolphin pods. Also in Zanzibar Island sits the historical quarter of the stone town with a mix of influences from Africa, Arabia, India, and Europe.
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