Why Tanzania

The north is home to the beautiful Ngorongoro Crater, the vast plains of Serengeti, Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Park. To the west are the mighty Mahale Mountains and the pristine waters of Lake Tanganyika. To the south, the incredible Selous – not forgetting the Swahili Ruins on the southern coast. The cocktail of cultures include (but are not limited to) the hunter-gatherer tribe of northern highlands, the Maasai people and even the Datooga (Mang’ati).

What you need to know

Tanzania is famous for being one of the best wildlife destinations in the world. The country encompasses an extraordinary history and an abundance of natural wonders; therefore it is no surprise that Tanzania has 8 World Heritage Sites. This includes Tanzania’s oldest park, and one of the world’s last great wildlife refuges.

Tanzania National Parks

Tanzania Gallery