As we say goodbye to 2017, it is a great time to go on a trip. So, start saying hello to new adventures and plan an enthralling trip to Tanzania!
Tanzania is the home to sixteen national parks, and seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the highest mountain ranges in Africa, and the largest & deepest lakes on the continent. Thus, it’s one of the most beloved and enchanting safari destinations in the world.
Here are the reasons why you should add Tanzania to your “travel bucket list”:
Tanzania falls in the list of most accessible countries in Africa. It’s infrastructure and transportation systems have been designed to suit international airports and ferries. Also, the highways are all too-perfect.
Tanzania is a great tourist destination for both budget and luxury travellers. There are countless tour operators, accommodation options, and experiences to choose from.
Africa might have a bad rep when it comes to political stability, but it’s not the same when it comes to Tanzania. Nearly 80% of the Tanzanian population is satisfied with the way democracy is working in their country. The people over there are friendly too, thus giving you an instant feeling of home in this beautiful country.
When it comes to Tanzania, there is a range of activities to do – from world-class hiking experiences such as climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to unbelievable snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities. You can also witness wildlife migrations in the Serengeti.
You can avail various attractive Tanzania Safari packages that suit your budget and time-span of holidays.
Point of interests
Serengeti: One of the world’s most spectacular wilderness that offers the view of the largest mammal migration. Generally, the package is divided into two parts, Green Season (November- June) and Dry Season (July-October). Various types of lodges, bushtops and camps are available at attractive price range.
Trangire: If you are traveling between June and the end of October, this is the place which should not be overlooked. Tarangire is famous for its elephant migration with more than 3,000 migratory elephants moving into Tarangire to join the 3,000 resident elephants for water and nearby wetlands.
Ngorongoro conservation area: Ngorongoro Crater is the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the place where your safari is focused. The NCA was established to manage and integrate conservation, archaeology indigenous people, research and tourism.
There is a lot more to add when it comes to Tanzania. Thus, it is better to witness the escapade on your own rather than reading in books.