Welcome to Tanzania, the land of Kilimanjaro and the almighty Serengeti. Cliché? Yes, but it never gets boring. This is our land, the one we love to call home, our one true mother, still beautiful in her own pristine way, still attractive to the eye of the regular visitor, undoubtedly stunning to the eyes of the curious stranger. Her bewitching beauty has never been more surreal, though tested by the sands of time, her scars shine brighter, her children closer to heart and dearer than never before, thriving in testing times while her neighbors stare in awe. She continues to amaze with her abundance in the north where life in the wild has seen no greater times In these prosperous majestic lands where grazers bow in thanks as they chomp their way to greater numbers, armies of wildebeest swelling in population, generation upon generation of these mighty dark beasts, in company of their loyal compatriots the Zebra, enjoying the great trek that is the great migration. Mother nature has never been more giving, the Serengeti plains are still rolling, elephant populations in the Tarangire still dwarfing their neighbors and those beyond, lions still standing guard staring into the horizon on the canopies of acacia trees at Lake Manyara national park.
And yes, the big cats still follow, still crouching, looking, always on alert, listening, patiently waiting for that single opportunity that at times means now or never for them, but for you a spectacle you will dare not forget. The leopards and hyenas still watch, albeit from a safe distance, in company of the random black backed Jackal, still picking up scraps in competition with vultures and their chief partner in crime the marabou stork. And whilst all the action unravels on the northern plains of Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro still stands guard, providing a challenge of its own, still the number one peak for those brave at heart.
Welcome to the south where nature has seen Tanzania bare a new child, the Nyerere National Park, the brainchild of an African son who dares to dream, sustainability of the vast variety of plant and animal life that grace these royal lands in mind, a gem that future generations will appreciate in years to come. Having enjoyed a rare uninterrupted hunting season brought upon the universe by a certain pandemic., the cold slender killers of the south are stronger than ever. The action canvas in the Ruaha has never had more deserving artists. Here, wild dogs still reign supreme. Though lacking a deserving audience, the chimps in Mahale still bout, still mindful to behave in the presence of their human visitors, as if to avoid tarnishing the now world-famous family name that has taken years to establish.
And just to sweep you off your feet, as if to scornfully relish in the knowledge that her beauty in the mainland has worn you over, she offers her ample white sandy beaches that run along her affable coastline and her exclusivity on private islands along her aquatic edge. Divers still dive here and snorkelers still snorkel, but the occasional night spent under water is by far the most amazing trick she has ever pulled out of her heart in these waters. Welcome to Tanzania, a surreal mix of facts and fantasy, the relentless gift that keeps on giving. Here your make-believe morphs into life, here, the thrill is still real.
Mount Kilimanjaro4 Tours
Overview If you have flown to Tanzania or outside Tanzania through Kilimanjaro airport then you have definitely caught a glimpse of the magnificence that dwells on the highest point of Africa. Have you ever imagined snow in Africa? I know you haven’t, especially on a place which is only 205 miles away from the equator,
Zanzibar Island3 Tours
Overview Unguja, more divinely referred to as “Zanzibar Island” or simply “Zanzibar”, is the largest and most populated island of the Zanzibar archipelago covering an estimated area of 1,666km2 to the east of the mainland of Tanzania. The Zanzibar archipelago consists of four main islands. Unguja is the largest followed by Pemba then mafia. The
Serengeti National Park6 Tours
Overview Serengeti National Park is undoubtedly the most famous wildlife sanctuary in the world, unequalled for its great concentration of plains game. It lies between the shores of Lake Victoria in the east and the Kenyan border to the northwest. In addition to its vast herds of wildebeest, zebra, Thomson’s gazelle and other plains game,