One might ask why is Tanzania a dream destination?
Tanzania is the heart of East Africa. The land of Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest free standing mountain and the highest peak of Africa. The land of countless National Parks with untouched beauty of savanna yet to be discovered. A paradise for bird lovers with Lake Manyara National Park and its more than 400 extraordinary bird species. The land of cultural diversity.
Tanzania, with its more than 120 tribes that still live the ancient ways, is the most cultural diverse country in the world. The land of amazing cuisine and kind people who have humbleness in their core. For those and many more reasons Tanzania is a dream destination for eager travelers from all around the world who seek an adventure of a lifetime.
When you’re visiting the wondrous Serengeti National Park, one of the world’s most famous National Parks of all time, expect to see marvelous lionesses. Did you know that lionesses are significantly faster than lions? It’s true! On average, lionesses are 30% faster than lions. Lionesses can reach speeds of about 45 mph, while lions can run at around 35 mph. This speed advantage is one of the reasons why lionesses are better hunters than lions.
When you’re visiting Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the main feature is the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater. This is the world’s largest inactive volcanic caldera. The crater itself was created when a large volcano exploded. Today many extraordinary species can be found there.
When you’re visiting Kilimanjaro National Park, you should know that Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano with its three volcanic cones – Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira. Unfortunately, it is projected that its shrinking glaciers and ice fields will disappear between 2025 and 2035.
Explore the incredible Tanzania and its wildlife! At sunset enjoy a hot air balloon safari in Serengeti. Visit Kikuletwa hot springs and Materuni waterfalls and see for yourself why Tanzania is, indeed, a dream destination where your travel expectations meet reality.
KARIBU SANA Tanzania!
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