Tanzania – The Land of Mount Kilimanjaro & Serengeti Plains

Tanzania – From the sweeping plains of the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater in the north, Tanzania still retains its combined charm of the wilderness and idyllic coastal beaches.  Home to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain that needs no introduction, and looms proudly with brightly snow-capped peaks. The alluring spice island of Zanzibar tantalizes with turquoise warm waters, while sun and sand kiss its long stretching beaches. Tanzania also has a dozen UNESCO heritage sites, enhancing the kaleidoscopic diversity of Tanzania, making it an all-year-round holiday choice for new or even seasoned travelers.  For whatever thoughts about Tanzania, we can assure you that the land of Mount Kilimanjaro is indeed a destination like no other in Africa.

Why Visit Tanzania

Apart from its pristine beaches and quaint islands Tanzania is renowned for its access to unlimited wildlife experiences, this isn’t actually the only reason for you to consider visiting Tanzania.

  • Chimpanzees: Tanzania is one of the best places in the world to track chimpanzees; Mahale offers the chance to track them from your beautiful beach accommodation.
  • Wildlife and beach: Tanzania is perfect for combining the best of African wildlife with the stunning beaches off the coast, or even the beaches of Spice Island, Zanzibar.
  • Great migrations & incredible wildlife: From the world-famous great migration to the big cats, big five and the beautiful birds. In history, Tanzania remains one of the best wildlife destinations on earth.

Included Highlights

Pristine and Beautiful Beaches: Just off Tanzania’s coast, Zanzibar and Pemba Islands offer incredible beach destinations from where you can relax after your safari.

Big Cats and wildlife: Believe us, it’s only a few places in Africa that can offer the density of big cats alongside other wildlife in the great Serengeti National Park.

The Chimps of Mahale: Off the shores of Lake Tanganyika, daily treks depart into the forest to track our closest relatives, the chimpanzees. The experience is incredible!

Mount Kilimanjaro: This is the world’s highest freestanding mountain and the highest point on the African continent.

The Great Wildebeest Migration: One of nature’s greatest spectacles, as the enormous herds migrate in search of fresh pastures all year round.

Namiri Plains: This huge expanse endless plains of the Serengeti are one of the ultimate big cat locations in Africa.

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