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Why Tanzania

WILDLIFE EXPERIENCE

With over 25% of the country‘s total land mass is dedicated to wildlife parks and conservation areas, Tanzania is endowed with more National parks than any African country. It is a land of superlatives and contrasts from the snow¬capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro to the largest and most diverse wildlife concentration on earth including the endless plains of Serengeti, where spectacular annual wildebeest migration occur. The wildebeest migration alone comprises the largest movement of land animals on our planet. Game viewing in Tanzania is more impressive than anywhere in the world.

 

MOUNT KILIMANJARO

Mount Kilimanjaro, at a height of 19,336 feet, is the highest mountain in Africa. Kilimanjaro contains the only permanent glaciers in Africa. The view from the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro is incomparable and the entire climb presents an ever-changing series of natural environments, from tropical rainforests to an eerie world of ice and snow. Kilimanjaro is an awesome spectacle, and climbing is achievable by anyone who is determined and reasonably fit.

ROMANTIC BEACHES AND WORLD-CLASS PRISTINE DIVING SURROUNDINGS

Zanzibar and Pemba islands for years have been famous for their spectacular and most romantic beaches with tropical climates and soothing crystal-clear waters that provide world-class diving opportunities in pristine surroundings. This is where some of the visitors like to end their safari for relaxation.


PEACE, SAFE AND POLITICAL STABILITY

Tanzania is one of Africa‘s most peaceful countries, home for flourishing democracy and prospering economy, the world wide famous country for its peace and security and has become a host for international neutral meetings.


WEALTH OF DIVERSE TRIBAL CULTURES

Tanzania has a wealth of diverse groups that make up its national community with more than 120 ethnic groups, from hunter-gatherer tribes (Hadzabe) to the fierce Maasai coexist in the northern part of the country all living in peace and harmony.