The prime game viewing country
Tanzania in East Africa, home to the highest mountain on the continent – snow-peaked Mount Kilimanjaro, offers an abundance of landscapes to explore and wildlife to encounter. From a carpet of pink flamingos in Lake Manyara to big tuskers in the Crater of Ngorongoro and the Great Migration in the Serengeti, Tanzania is a safari dream come true. Zanzibar and its surrounding islands off the east coast of Tanzania offer picture-perfect white sandy beaches and pristine coral reefs. The warm Indian ocean makes Zanzibar a perfect ending to a Tanzanian safari.
We at Salute Africa, with our first-hand experience on the migration and its trends over the last decade, are able to put together a perfect safari experience to position you closest to the wildlife and the once in a lifetime experience that comes with it.
Tanzania is a country with a rich history and magnificent nature. No one will be disappointed by this wonderful place. Traveling to Tanzania with “Salute Africa” will expand your horizons and give you an ocean of great memories!
- Snow peaked Mount Kilimanjaro is a giant stratovolcano. Even though there have not been any modern eruptions or evidence thereof, steam and sulfur are emitted from its youngest yet highest cone, named Kibo.
- Lake Manyara offers wonderful sundowner opportunities with a velvety view of a pink carpet of flamingos.
- Tanzania has the second largest population of wild dogs in Africa.
- There are 162 different tribes living in Tanzania.
- Tea and coffee plantations, as well as cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper, cardamom, vanilla, and other spice plantations, flourish on this land.
- Two great lakes run through Tanzania namely, Lake Victoria, which is Africa’s largest freshwater lake, and Lake Tanganyika, the deepest lake on the continent and second deepest in the world.
- The famous tree-climbing lions are unique to Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks.
- Herds of elephant and giraffe, as well as big cats, can be seen in both the north and south of the country.
What to do in Tanzania
Find yourself on the charming slopes of Kilimanjaro, see the life of local traditional tribes, get acquainted with the nature of national parks – all this is possible with a tour to Tanzania with Salute Africa.
- Mount Kilimanjaro, with its white snow and icy peaks, is a symbol of Tanzania. From 4 climb routes to just views of the mountain as a backdrop to the scenes of natural wildlife roaming in perfect harmony with nature in the tropical climate, the mountain is a fascinating site and experience all around.
- Tarangire National Park – The sixth-largest national park in Tanzania.
- The Ngorongoro Conservation area, a natural caldera-forming part of 20 volcanoes in the area is an unbeatable wildlife refuge.
- Serengeti National Park, Tanzania’s oldest National park, is home to the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth – the great migration of zebra and wildebeest. The resident population of lion, cheetah, elephant, giraffe, and birds is also very impressive.
- Learn about the traditions and way of the local traditional tribes.
- Enjoy a romantic hot air balloon safari over the Serengeti plains.
Much like its wildlife, Tanzania’s cuisine is both unique and diverse. Spices and coconut milk are commonly used in the preparation of most traditional dishes. Fish and farmed cattle meat and vegetables are preferred by the locals.
Experiencing Tanzania is a dream of every adventurer and nature lover – and many return for the second and third time around for no one safari experience is the same.
Let our team of migration experts at Salute Africa create your perfect bucket list adventure today!