Learn More about Tanzania
We have compiled some of our favorite things to do in Tanzania along with some Tanzania travel tips to make sure that you don’t miss anything on your luxury vacation. Take time as your peruse our Tanzania travel information to learn about Tanzania travel and we will make sure to incorporate all of your must-see destinations into your customized travel itinerary!
Undoubtedly you will want to go on a safari during your safari (it means trip or journey in Swahili) and we recommend that every traveler to Tanzania witness the Great Migration, Africa’s most captivating wildlife phenomenon. Be awestruck by the vast herds of wildebeest and zebra – along with the hyenas and lions that follow them – cutting across the Serengeti Plains towards and then away from Masai Mara National Park between late June and October.
The more you learn about Tanzania travel and the country’s astounding history you might want to consider a stop at the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater and Olduvai Gorge, where you will be awestruck by the world’s oldest archaeological remains (it is here that the famous Lucy skeleton was found in 1974!). Other national parks that you may want to incorporate into your journey include include Serengeti National Park, Tarangire National Park, and Lake Manyara National Park, where you will gawk at the tree-climbing lions hanging in the tree branches.
The more you learn about Tanzania travel, the more you will want to climb the breathtaking Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa and the high freestanding mountain in the world. To celebrate making it to the top make sure that you stop at the our favorite mountaintop hotel for a drink at its rooftop bar, where you can take it excellent views of Moshi.
Of course, our Tanzania travel information includes the beautiful and mysterious island archipelago of Zanzibar. Explore the ancient, winding alleys of the enchanting Stone Town, explore the haunting old Slave Market, swim with the dolphins, enjoy the stunning beaches of Ras Kutani and Mnemba Island, watch the sunset and make sure you buy some spices – we recommend saffron, as Zanzibar is one of the few places in the world where this spice is produced.