Tanzania country  is the most popular destination for holidays in African continent, this is due to the fact that the country hosts quite a number of attractions; lifestyle, wildlife, adventures, beaches to name a few. 38% of Tanzania Land is dedicated to wildlife reserve and national parks.

Mt. Kilimanjaro (5895 m) is the highest walkable point in the world; it is called the highest free-standing mountain in the world and it is in Tanzania. Nearly all trekkers on this mountain reach the peak (Uhuru Peak) with just walking sticks, accurate clothing, and willpower. climate Trekking Kilimanjaro is like taking a climatic world […]

Despite its small geographical cover, Zanzibar Island holds a legendary status in the eyes of many travelers; it is an island full of exotic beaches, culture, and history. Also known as Spice Island; it is located on the eastern coast of the African continent, part of Tanzania. The island is packed with amazing white sand […]

Serengeti National Park is so far the well-known wildlife sanctuary in the world, with matchless natural beauty and scientific value. Serengeti has the greatest concentration of plains which have earned the name of “endless plains” in Africa. The Serengeti national park is amazingly huge it is approximate 14,000 square kilometers of plains and the grassland […]

Mikumi National park is the most popular park in the Tanzania southern circuit it is easily accessible and allows an easy game viewing, Perfect weekend gateway. Mikumi National park has two main parts divided by the main road. The northwest part; where most visitors carry out their game viewing both animals and birds; and the […]

Ruaha is the true wilderness experience for anyone seeking! It is one of Tanzania wildest park, true and unspoiled. It is located far away from major cities and has a little number of tourists per year compared to the famous parks in popular Northern Tanzania. Though the park has decent road network it has challenging […]

Ever imagined being in the country full of wild creatures… the country that is dominated by the wild animals, birds, insect, reptiles and all kind of wild creatures you can imagine….the feeling is thrilling yet adventurous. Selous game reserve has it all when it comes to wildlife it is as big as 50,000 square Kilometers, […]

The Ngorongoro Conservation was born out of The Serengeti refer to the article Serengeti-the never-ending plains; it came as the government strategy to reduce human activities such as fires and poaching in the Serengeti area. Therefore, they had to resettle the Masai community around the Ngorongoro crater area and gave it the name the Ngorongoro […]

An Overview Arusha National Park covers 552 sq. km (212 sq. miles), and is the closest National Park to and from Arusha city; “the hub of Tourism and Northern Tanzania safari capital”. This closeness to the town makes it the popular day trip destination for many visitors entering Arusha city and locals alike. The park […]

An overview Tarangire National Park is referred to as the largest ecosystem outside the Serengeti national park in the Tanzania northern circuit. Tarangire National Park is located just about 115 km. southwest of Arusha city; this is about two hours’ drive. The park is famous for harboring the largest herds of elephants, and it is […]

Overview Lake Manyara National Park stretches along the great East Africa Rift Valley escarpment; and it is the compact game-viewing circuit offerings a virtual small-scale version of the Tanzanian safari experience; including varied ecosystems, breathtaking views, and birdlife. Lake Manyara National Park is located on the way to Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti; it is […]