When you plan to go on a Safari, check out these great Safari destinations in Tanzania. You will
be one lucky person when you do so.

It’s effortless to go on a Safari and not the most out of it. Remember you only have a few days.
When you really think about it, you only have a few hours a day. To have a Safari well worth the
price. Tanzania might be very enticing, but it is an expensive.

Let us see if we cannot help you get the most out of your buck. At the same time, why not take
time to visit the most exquisite places. I can assure you, it will make a great travel album.
There is a wide array of holiday destinations in Tanzania. It can be challenging to know where to
start. From the country’s beautiful and glorious landscapes. To white sandy beaches with some
of the best marine life.

Let us take a look at the top seven popular holiday destinations you can visit in Tanzania:

7. Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is the sixth-largest national park in Tanzania. This park is famous for its
high density of elephants, baobab trees and birds. The park is a habitat for an extensive potpourri
of wildlife. Tarangire is among the parks with the largest elephant population in Tanzania.

Tarangire is an excellent year-round park for game viewing. Between June and October, large
herds of wildlife are seen migrating into the park. This offers a especially good wildlife viewing

6. Mafia Island

Mafia Island is one of the five sleepy, tropical islands in Tanzania. Mafia Island has a special
treat for your marine vacation in Tanzania. You guessed it, swimming with whale sharks.

They are spectacular creatures with distinctive spots and stripes markings. They are known to be
present most year round. Between October and March, they are spotted feeding on the higher

Mafia Island Marine Park offers unique snorkeling and scuba diving experiences. With long
beautiful unbroken lines of coral reefs. Mafia Islands canvass an incredibly beautiful world
below the Tanzanian ocean waters. Among other great experiences is witness hatching turtles
and experiencing the Swahili heritage.

5. Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park is a paradise of groundwater forest. It’s fed by underground springs
and great wildlife experience. Wildlife includes elephants, hippos, giraffes, buffaloes, antelopes,
and some of the largest baboon troupes in Africa.

Among the most iconic attraction to Lake Manyara National Park is undoubtedly the tree-
climbing lions. You will also enjoy the experience of the vast elephant herds.

Though Lake Manyara is a shallow salty lake. It provides drinking water to many animals in the
park. The shores of the lake are covered with a pink flamingos. It also attracts more than 400
species of birds, many of them waterfowl or migrants.

Maji Moto springs are the icing on your lake Manyara National park. The Maji Moto Spring is a
paradise of an oasis in the Tanzanian Savannah. This is a natural clear spring surrounded by
palm and fig trees. The dense vegetation around makes it a real oasis in the middle of the
Tanzanian grassland.

It is a warm spring, making it a perfect place for you to swim and have your picnic lunch.

4. Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The area is named after Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest caldera. Ngorongoro
Conservation Area is the home of the history lovers. Its history is part of the cradle of humanity.
Among the places to visit in Ngorongoro is Olduvai Gorge, a 14km long deep ravine.

This conservation has evidence of human evolution ranging from fossils to prehistoric activities.
The conservation is an excellent combination of biodiversity. With multiple land use where
wildlife coexisting with semi-nomadic Masai.

3. Zanzibar Island

On your holiday destination needs, Zanzibar offers so many great options. There are so many
things you can enjoy.

The eastern coastline runs a protective barrier reef that ushers the Zanzibar beaches. Zanzibar has
white sandy beaches and turquoise ocean. These are unique combinations of beaches. All
offering different experiences.

The island is home to a tropical forest with indigenous Red Colobus monkey and Zanzibar

Beyond the beaches, you can enjoy visiting a working spice farm. Then the cultural delights of
Stone Town. This is a town of ancient times architecture with Arabian fortresses and minarets.
In Zanzibar, you have no choice but be dazzled by the azure ocean. If you love diving or
snorkeling, there are great locations lined up for you. Beautiful deep-sea marine life.

2. Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is the best known and recognized globally for its massive annual
migration. Over one million wildebeest and zebra,can you believe that. It is an assortment of
grassy plains, woodlands and hills dotted with wildlife of every type and size. It is one of the few
national parks that have continuous wildlife activity throughout the year.

The great migration in Serengeti is an ecosystem interwoven with the Masai Mara ecosystem.
You will experience grazing and calving at the beginning of the year. During this period the
animals span the Serengeti grassland.

In the second quarter of the year, you will see the animals moving northwards in search of
pasture. They are at the Grumeti River at the beginning of the quarter three. Ready to cross the
marshy the crocodile-infested Grumeti River.

In quarter three, you enjoy the wildebeest celebrate their success by grazing on the plains of the
northern Serengeti. However, soon you will see them ready for the next conquest of their
lifetime. The Mara River.

In the last quarter, you enjoy the animals oscillate between Masai Mara National Reserve and the
Serengeti National Park. This oscillation involves outwitting outrunning the predators. The lions,
the African leopards, cheetahs, the resilient hyenas, the witty Savannah jackals and East African
wild dog.

Outside the world beasts and zebras, there are many other animals to enjoy at the Serengeti.
Including the African bush elephant. For your wildlife needs, Serengeti National Park is the

1. Mount Kilimanjaro

Machame Arusha National Park Tours
Finally, to our number one. Mount Kilimanjaro is not only the highest mountain in Africa. It also
the highest single freestanding mountain in the world. Mount Kilimanjaro stands 5,895 meters
(19,341 ft) above the sea level. This is a favorite for the hikers. The mountain is within Mount
Kilimanjaro National Park.

The mountain has every type of ecological system. This includes cultivated land, rain forest,
heath, moorland, alpine desert and an arctic summit.

Mount Kilimanjaro is very popular for both experienced hikers and first-time adventurers. The
mountain is considered to be easy to climb. Scaling Mount Kilimanjaro will not need you to have
any technical skills or any special equipment.

You have seven trekking routes to choose as you climb up the mountain. Whether you want a
fast ascent, or you need time to acclimatize you have an opportunity. In each route, you will begin in the richly vegetated lowland forest. As you climb, you will have the greatest chance of
seeing buffalo, elephants and monkeys.

There you go. Those are the 7 places I promise will make your next trip to Tanzania and have an
exciting and fulfilling experience. Even if you only go to one, your memories will last forever.
You will also get value for your money. That I can guarantee. If you like what you read, please
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