Tanzania is one of the unique destinations on
the African continent that has yet to be discovered by many. It
is a land of many wonders, with an un-paralleled diversity of
fauna and flora. Kilimanjaro, the highest permanently snow-capped
free standing mountain in Africa, the exotic Islands of Zanzibar,
the finest game sanctuaries of Serengeti, Tarangire, Lake Manyara,
Ngorongoro Crater, Ruaha, Selous and the Marine Park of Mafia
Island are only but a few of the living examples. The scenery,
topography and very friendly people harbor the growth of excellent
cultural tourism, beach holidays, game hunting, historical and
archaeological ventures – and certainly the best wildlife
photographic safaris on the continent.
Tanzania is known for its vastness, its remote
southern national parks and also for the parks scenic beauty as
well as their abundance in wildlife. To the north of the country
lies Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA), about 828 Sq. Km, a perfect
caldera of the world 18km in diameter. It borders Serengeti National
Park, which arguably has the greatest concentration of wildlife
in the world.
Located in south-east Tanzania in a remote and
little-visited part of the country, the Selous Game Reserve is
Africa’s largest protected wildlife reserve and covers more
than 5% of Tanzania’s total area.
Other National Parks in the south include Mahale (the haven of
the chimpanzees and baboons); Mikumi, Mkomazi, rubondo, Katavi
and Juvenile Udzungwa, rich in plant diversity and in colobus
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