the great migration as it carves its way through the idyllic
regal lions, cagey cheetahs, and sly jackals as they stalk the
hordes of wildebeest and zebra, waiting for their opportunity
Ngorongoro Crater, its volcanic walls sheltering black rhinos,
giant elephants, and black-maned lions. And listen to the story
of humankind, told in the ancient soil of
Olduvai Gorge, where
archaeologists uncovered traces of our earliest ancestors
abundant birds in
Lake Manyara National Park
in game drives in the National Parks
excellent game-viewing all year-round in the
Serengeti National Park
magnificent views of Ngorongoro Crater
Close your eyes and conjure up
the quintessential image of Africa: the wildebeest migration
along an infinite savannah; the incongruous snow of Mt
Kilimanjaro; proud Masai warrior tribes; exotic beaches along
the spice islands of Zanzibar. Now look no further - it's all
Humble Tanzania is where the myth of Africa comes to life.
Throngs of wildlife roam free in sprawling national parks,
fishermen still plough the turquoise waters off Tanzania's coast
in traditional wooden sailboats, and pristine beaches lie in
wait for the sun-worshipping crowd. Best of all, Tanzania has
seen little of the strife that has afflicted other African
nations, meaning that all its treasures are tantalizingly
Tanzania boasts the most impressive National Parks and game
reserves in all of Africa. The plains and savannahs of Serengeti
National Park are considered the premiere spot on the continent
to see wildlife up close. Nearby, the crater bottom of
Ngorongoro National Park lies packed thick with wildebeest,
gazelle, zebra, lions, leopards, cheetahs and even the elusive
white rhino. Not to be forgotten, the Selous Game Reserve is
larger than Switzerland.
The Swahili Coast
Tanzania's coastline, known as the Swahili Coast, was a favoured
stop on ancient trading routes between the Indian sub-continent
and the Middle-East. Spices, jewels and slaves once passed
through, bringing with them a melange of cultural riches that
remain today. The language of Swahili was born here, and old
mosques, coral palaces and pearly-white beaches still remain.
Mountains & Tribes
A mountain that needs no introduction is Mt Kilimanjaro,
snow-capped and standing as Africa's tallest mountain at 5,895m
(19,341ft). Open for climbing to those with energy and time on
their hands, the week-long ascent is one of Africa's most
Tanzania is home to over 120 different ethnic groups and takes
pride in its multicultural heritage. The tall, red-robed Masai
are the best known of Tanzania's people and are easily visited
as part of a safari itinerary.
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