Tanzania Safaris


Tanzania, truly, is a safari destination without peer.

The statistics speak for themselves: an unparalleled one-quater of its surface area has been set aside for conversation purpose, with the world-renowed Serengeti National Park and incomprehensibly vast Selous Game Reserve heading a rich mosaic of protected area that collectively harbour an estimated 20 percent of Africa's large mammal population.

And yet there is more to Tanzania than just safaris. There is Mount Kilimanjaro and Meru. respectively the highest and fifth-highest peaks on the continent. And Lake Victoria, Tanganyika and Nyasa, three largest freshwater bodies in Africa. Then, ofcourse, there is the magical " Spice Island" of Zanzibar, the highlight of vast Indian Ocean coastline studded with postcard-perfect beaches, stunning offshore diving sites and mysterious mediaeval ruin at Kilwa.

Well, the one thing that does bind Tanzania's diverse attraction is, ofcourse, its people, who take justifiable pride in their deeply ingrained national mood of tolerance and peacfulness. Indeed, Tanzania, for all its ethnic diversity, is practically unique in Africa in having navigated a succession of modern political hurdles - the transformation from colonial dependency to independent nation, from socialist state to free-market economy, from mono-partyism to fully-fledge democracy - without ever experiencing sustained civil of ethnic unrest.

Tanzania has also, over the past 25 years, emerged as one of Africa's most dynamic and popular travel destination: a land whose staggering natural variety is complemented by innate hospitality of the people who live there. So, how to define the Tanzanian experience? Surprisingly easy, really. It can be encapsulated in a single word, one that visitors will hear a dozen times daily, no matter where they travel in Tanzania, or how they go about it: the smilling, heartfelt Swahili greeting of " Karibu - Welcome" to Tanzania.

I can assist you with FREE travel consultation for all your travels to Tanzania, for both leisure safari or business. It would be my pleasure to assist you  in planning, organising and making your dream to Tanzania come real!

Source: Tanzania National Parks

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