Tanzania is a land of contrasts and majesty, Africa at its most wild and unexplored. There is the snow-capped summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and the sun-kissed beaches of Zanzibar, the vast herds of game grazing on the Serengeti plains and the slow volcanic eruption of Ol Donyo Lengai. With so much natural wealth, it’s no wonder that Tanzania has something for everyone.
The country is devoted to preserving and maintaining the fantastic national parks and wildlife reserves that it has. The most renowned national park is the Serengeti which has been named a world heritage site and is famous for its annual migration of huge herds of zebras, wildebeests and gazelles. This migration attracts a lot of predators like lions, leopards and hyenas which makes this the prime spot for fantastic game viewing opportunities.
Zanzibar is situated only a few kilometres from the mainland of Tanzania and offers colourful spice markets, the charming historic centre of Stone Town with its narrow streets and historic buildings, nature reserves as well as stunning white beaches and turquoise sea.