Tanzania the Africa’s finest destination with abundance of flora and Fauna, Kilimanjaro the peak of Africa, Exotic Islands of Zanzibar, Caldera of Ngorongoro and Serengeti the endless plains home to wildebeest migration
Tanzania is known for diversity of fauna and flora with over 28% of the area dedicated for conservation purposes which include national parks, conservation area, game reserves, forest reserves, game controlled areas and wildlife farming. With 16 national parks, 32 game reserves, unique conservation area of Ngorongoro, historical sites, mountains, rift valley, lakes, ocean and rivers offers authentic experience in Africa.
Tanzania most famous attractions include Serengeti home to wildebeest migration, Mount Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Crater, Selous game reserve, Ruaha National Park, Tarangire, Gombe, Mahale, Lake Manyara, Arusha park, Lake Natron, Mount Meru, Oldonyo Lengai, Empakai crater, Olmoti Crater while top historical sites include Bagamoyo, Songo Mnara, Olduvai Gorge, Kolo Rock painting Kondoa, Engaruka ruins and Stone Town in Zanzibar.
When to Go (Best Time)
You can visit the country all year round though the long rains begin from March to May then short rains begin in November to December. From July to October is the dry season which majority prefers for visit for Safari and beach holidays. During dry season water sources diminish and wildlife gathers around permanent water sources which guarantee a spectacular viewing include predator actions.
Northern Circuit of Tanzania is among top destinations with abundance of world class attractions include endless plain of Serengeti.
Southern Circuit of Tanzania endowed with great wildlife reserve of Selous and Ruaha the largest National Park in Tanzania.
Western Circuit of Tanzania is the unique destination in western side to spot Chimpanzee and sport fishing in Lake Tanganyika.