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Tanzania sightseeing. Travel guide - attractions, sights, nature and touristic places

Together with mainland, famous Zanzibar Island, also known as the Spice Island, form Tanzania. This country is simply packed with attractions. Moreover, Tanzania is often called the best destination for real safari in East Africa. Add here internationally famous sites as Mount Kilimanjaro and Tanganyika Lake and it will be clear why the country attracts so many tourists.
Tanzania is a multinational country in which Islam, Christianity and traditional African religions coexist. They make a contribution to the way of …
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The Serengeti National Park is the oldest and most widely-known national park in the country. Here visitors can see animals in their natural habitat. The park is widely known because thousands of animals migrate there every year. In the Serengeti Park it’s possible to see around six million hooves, 300 thousand Thomson’s gazelle and approximately 200 thousand zebras.
The Ngorongoro Crater, the height of walls of which reaches 610 metres, is an absolutely marvelous place, where it’s possible to see nearly all animals found in East Africa. Lions, elephants, leopards, rhinoceros, gazelles, wildebeests, buffalos and zebras are just a few species that can be seen in the crater. A safari here is a fantastic opportunity to see wildlife. Copyright
National parks and reserves are the main wealth of Tanzania. Natural treasures made a country popular among tourists from all over the world. One of …
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The Selous Game Reserve, which is added in the list of protected sites by UNESCO, is another great destination for safari. On an area of 50,000 sq. kilometres it’s possible to see elephants, cheetahs, wild dogs, black rhinos, crocodiles and other wild animals. This is the 2nd largest game reserve in Africa. The next park, Katavi National Park, is one of the smallest and more remote parks in Tanzania. It’s the best place to see mammals as the highest density of mammals per square kilometre in Tanzania is in Katavi. As the park is not well-known, it is visited only by a few hundred tourists a year, compared with around 2 million visitors in Serengeti.
It’s simply impossible to fail to visit Kilimanjaro National Park during your stay in Tanzania. The park is located not far away from Moshi and covers Mount Kilimanjaro and surrounding area. The mount with its height of 5,895 metres is the highest peak in Africa. It is also known as the highest “free-standing” mountain in the world and one of the most easily walkable mountains. If mountains are not your cup of tea, visit Lake Tanganyika, the longest and the 2nd deepest lake in the world. The majority of culture landmarks are located in Dar es Salaam, the biggest city and the former capital of the country.
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Map of all parks
National and city parks of Tanzania
♥   National Park 'Gombe National Park' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Katavi National Park' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Kilimanjaro National Park' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Kitulo Plateau National Park' . On the map   Photos
♥   National Park 'Lake Manyara National Park' . On the map   Photos

Famous and uniques places in Tanzania from our review series

Swimming pool at Camping Sanctuary Swala

From the series “Most Scary Swiiming Pools”
Sanctuary Swala Lodge offers amazing entertainment to its guests. It is located in the scenic Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. It is surrounded by wildlife. You can watch wild animals while relaxing in the surrounding area of the Lodge. There are a few dangerous wild animals nearby. But even the majestic sight of huge elephants strolling nearby can seriously frighten those who are used to the city atmosphere.

There is a large beautiful swimming pool on the territory of this Lodge. Not all guests decide to swim in it. It is located among amazing natural expanses. Antelopes graze just a few meters from the pool. Also, elephants walk and flocks of birds land on the ground near the pool. Do not be surprised if a giraffe or a small curious elephant who decided to drink clean water will … Read all

Serengeti National Park

From the series “Fabulous Nooks of the World with Striking Colorful Shades”
On the border between the two African countries, Tanzania and Kenya, there is a unique natural reserve, Serengeti. Tourists from all over the world come here to admire its beauty. Lions are among the main inhabitants of the nature reserve. Serengeti is one of the few places on earth, where you can watch these predators in their natural habitat. Not surprisingly, it became the prototype of Simba's World in the well known Disney cartoon, The Lion King.

The area of the nature reserve is about 15 000 square km. A significant part of the territory is occupied by plains with sparse vegetation and lakes. Only on rough estimates, the natural park is home to about 3 million large animals, as well as more than 500 species of birds. You can watch lions, zebras, and wildebeest here. Many researchers … Read all

Lake Rukwa

From the series “Places Hiding Fossils of Dinosaurs”
Travelers who want to visit places once inhabited by the largest dinosaurs of the planet have to go to Tanzania. Here are a few years ago, a scientific group has found a skeleton of a titanosaur, a large long-necked reptile that lived about 100 million years ago. Titanosaurs ate plants. Remains of this species are considered to be incredibly rare for Africa.

Unique archaeological area is located on the shores of Lake Rukwa in the south-western part of the country. For two seasons, researchers were searching for priceless artifacts. Professional excavators and miners were involved in excavations. After examining the findings, experts have determined that the size of titanosaurs was several times larger than an elephant; the length of its front limbs reached two meters.

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Sightseeing in popular cities of Tanzania

Dar es Salaam
There was a village named Mzizima on the site of modern Dar es Salaam in the 19th century. Local people mostly did fishing for a living. The first European arrived in the region in 1859. This was Albert Roscher from Hamburg. Three years later, Sultan Sayyid Majid bin Said decided to build a city on the coast of the Indian Ocean. The sultan gave the new city that name that we all know today - Dar es Salaam. When Sayyid Majid bin Said died, the process of building the city slowed down. Only in … Read more
Zanzibar Island
This beach has only one disadvantage – it is very crowded, so travelers who prefer more silent and secluded places are better to choose another beach, Mangapwani. Romantic travelers are simply in love with one more resort in the region, Nungwi, which has become famous for its picturesque coral lagoons. Local beaches are widely recognized as the most beautiful on the whole archipelago. Thanks to their rich underwater world, they are very popular with divers. In the northern part of the … Read more

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