Tanzania is among the most sought tourist destination in Africa as it borders Kenya, Rwanda, DR Congo, Burundi. Uganda, Mozambique, Zambia & Malawi. We have put together 15 top-rated tourist attractions in Tanzania. You may not be able to explore the entire list on a single vacation, but you programme your vacation series to meet your goals in set. Also of note, Tanzania is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites with 6 of them on the mainland and 1 in Zanzibar. Currently, there are 5 more sites viable to be nominated such as the Gombe National Park and the East African slave trade route.
Here are our top 15 picks:
- SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK -witness wildlife and seasonal migration.
- Mount Kilimanjaro – the highest point in Africa
- Zanzibar Beaches – some of the best beaches in the world are here.
- Ngorongoro Conservation Area – Ngorongoro Crater is the largest intact ancient caldera in the world, nearly three million years old.
- Chimpanzees – man’s closest genetic relatives are found at Gombe Stream National Park.
- Stone Town – is the cultural heart of Zanzibar and little has changed in the last 200 years.
- Lake Manyara National Park – is comprised of forest, woodland, grasslands, and swamps. This park is also home to the largest concentration of baboons in the world & host to thousands of flamingos.
- Mafia Island – draws divers and snorkelers from around the world to the undersea world protected by the Mafia Island Marine Park. The best months for diving are October to March but the best weather on Mafia Island is May to October. March and April are months of heavy rain.
- Tarangire National Park – During the dry season, Tarangire National Park has one of the highest concentrations of migratory wildlife. Wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest and eland crowd the lagoons.Get Express Tanzania Visa
- Pemba Island – get some of the best scuba diving in the Indian Ocean. It has become popular with mountain bikers who are drawn to the 1,000-meter peaks. Pemba is a major world clove producer and is also well known for the juju traditions of medicine and magic.
- Selous Game Reserve – Selous is the largest game reserve in Africa.
- Arusha National Park – Black and white Colobus monkeys are easily spotted in the forested area while the marshy floor of the crater is dotted with herds of buffalo, zebra and warthog. Momella Lakes is home to a large selection of resident and migrant waterbirds.
- Ruaha National Park – In 2008 Ruaha National Park became Tanzania’s largest park. It is home to large herds of buffalo and gazelle and has one of the largest concentration of elephants in Tanzania.
- Katavi National Park – see enormous groups of hippos, crocodiles and over 400 species of birds. One of the spectacles in Katavi is the hippos at the end of the dry season when as many as 200 try to squeeze into a pool of water. The male rivalry heats up causing territorial fights.
- Lake Victoria – Lake Victoria is the largest freshwater lake in Africa and is bordered by Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. This lake is the source of the White Nile.
Category of Activities in Tanzania
- Wildlife Safari
- Cultural Tours
- Explore Zanzibar
- Trekking & Climbing
Activities in Tanzania -Balloon Safaris, Beach Holidays, Birding Safaris, Boating and Canoeing, Conference Tourism, Cultural Tourism, Cycling & Mountain Biking, Diving and Snorkelling, Fishing, Historical Sites, Horse and Camel Riding, Mountain Climbing, Museum and Monuments, Paragliding, Shopping and Nightlife, Tinga Tinga, Walking Safaris, Wildlife Safaris, Holiday Types, Budget Safaris, Camping Safaris, Festivals, Karibu Fair, Luxury Travel, Night Game Drives, SPA Treatments, Wedding Safaris.
Some exciting tours in Tanzania are Spice Island Tours, Prison Island Tour, Floating Restaurant, Wildlife Safari, Safari Blue Tour, Snorkelling & Scuba Diving, Stone Town & Cultural tour aside others.
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