Tanzania is Pandora’s box of beauty and adventure! So, if you are looking for an African safari this season, Tanzania is the place for you.

From a taste of ethnic African culture to a site at the ‘personal life’ of a pride of lions, they have got it all covered.

In this excerpt below, we will be discussing the top places you absolutely need to visit traveling through the wonders of Tanzania.

For those unforgettable travel diaries, Tanzania cannot wait for you! The best part about this adventure and safari mecca is the wildlife you can enjoy. After all, no country is as rich as the one in the African continent when it comes to flora and fauna.

Unforgettable Places In Tanzania

This East African country holds some of the most treasured national parks out there, but that is not all that this guide will hold. Without any further ado, let’s get in! You can also click here to find some of the best flight deals to Tanzania.

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

We cannot start a Tanzania tour without mentioning this absolute wildlife beauty first! On a normal day, you will get to see animals habituating or passing through the vast stretch of barren land in search of grassland.

If you have grown up watching the wildlife series of National Geographic or watched the proud father Mufassa ruling on his land, you will be fulfilling every dream at the heart of Serengeti. Starting from unique zebras to entering the lion’s den, the Serengeti national park is serene amidst wildlife.

Perfect for every safari adventure!

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

This extinct volcanic caldera is known to host the home for some of the largest mammal populations in Africa. A natural ecosystem holding homage to Earth’s old historical time frame amidst the modern world.

Needless to say that the nickname “Africa’s Eden” is befitting for this place.

Although Tanzania holds the highest lion population, that is not just why tourists gather every day around the Ngorongoro crater.

Sometimes, it is not about the zebras either! But, a flock of beautiful flamingos as they paint the terrain pink with their perfectly created feathers. A must-have visit for enthusiastic bird watchers.

Olduvai Gorge

To all Indiana Jones lovers, there is also something in store for you. Tanzania holds some of the best spots of prehistoric curiosity. The life before the man!

One such place is the ancient ruins of Olduvai Gorge, which has been the spot of the skeletal discovery of early mankind. In the mid-20th century, Leakeys were about to carry forward one of the well-known archaeological expeditions resulting in the discovery of human skulls determined to be 1.5 million years ago.

If you are interested in a historical tour around the country of Tanzania, a trip to Olduvai Gorge is a must.

Mafia Island

Flora and fauna brandish in every direction when it comes to Tanzania. If you are done with the grasslands and terrains, it is time to explore the most unexplored part of our Earth.

Yes, we are talking about marine life!

Mafia Island in Tanzania has been a snorkeler and surfer attraction for quite some time. This ‘coral garden’ is not your typical beach vacation. Although it has beautiful glittering white sand to lay and sunbathe, you would want some adventure upon reaching it.

From bird watching (…and trying to name among the 400 indigenous species) to deep water fishes, you will understand what rich marine life actually means. This paradise saw its first civilization settlement around the 8th century, and now you can take a guided scuba diving adventure within the depths.

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Stone Town

You cannot visit Tanzania and not experience the historical and cultural city surrounding the wildlife. Take a day out and visit the beautiful Stone Town. Since so little has changed in the past two centuries, you can still see the past whisper from the concrete Arabian architecture lining.

This old Swahili city has become a tourist attraction because of how they have been able to hold the historical buildings.

A walk down the Stone Town should include a visit to some of the old churches with historical significance. Other spots should include City Hall, Anglican Cathedral, and the Darajani Market.

Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park

This wildlife delight has two biggest attractions.

  • A day with the elephants.
  • The Great Ruaha River.

The clean blue river flowed through the brown and green of the forest, mixed with the sky, adding the perfect backdrop. You are automatically transported to a few million years back!

Yes, since it is one of the least accessible national habitats, even by the Tanzanian habitat, it is one of the Tanzanian citizens itself, and it remains untouched by civilization (…and all its cons). Holding some of the best and most natural features of the Holocene epoch “Age of Man.”

It is a treasure island for wildlife lovers and mostly photographers waiting for their big breaks in wildlife photography. Legends have it that the majestic groves and spectacular trees have helped many break into the industry.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Do not worry; we did not forget about the continent’s highest point. After all, no Tanzanian adventure can end without enjoying the spectacular view of Mount Kilimanjaro.

If the view is not enough and your heart craves more adventure, book your first trek summiting towards the continent’s highest point. (Talk about being on top of the world).

Do not worry; the wildlife here won’t disappoint you either. Throughout the summit, you will get to witness wild buffalos, elephants, and even leopards keeping you company.

For all the view lovers, you should be happy to know that Mount Kilimanjaro has started its cable car service covering the dormant volcano.

Best Time To Visit The Land Of Tanzania!

The best time to visit Tanzania is definitely the autumn season. The entire summer of May to October is the perfect time to visit this tropical paradise.

You will see the unmelting snow at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro but also enjoy the marine adventures without waiting for the rain to stop.

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Abdul Aziz Mondal

Abdul Aziz Mondol is a professional blogger who is having a colossal interest in writing blogs and other jones of calligraphies. In terms of his professional commitments, he loves to share content related to business, finance, technology, and the gaming niche.

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