Book Cheap Flights to Tanzania
Tanzania is a sprawling country, the untamed half of Eastern Africa, blessed with vast wilderness and raw safari experience. It is Africa's 6th most populous country, inhabited by more than 63.59 million amiable citizens, alive with culture and tradition. From glimpsing the intriguing event of annual migration in Serengeti National Park to digging the beaten path on the island of Zanzibar, Tanzania has something to suit every kind of holidaymaker. It is one of the world's great safari destinations due to its limitless scope for exploration, numerous national parks, astounding wildlife and diverse natural splendour.
Since its independence, Tanzania has been a robust country and one of the fastest-growing countries in Eastern Africa. The country is home to some of Africa's most sought-after national parks and natural splendours, such as Mount Kilimanjaro, Lake Manyara National Park, Mafia Island, and Tarangire National Park. Undeniably Tanzania is one of East Africa's greatest jewels with immense magnificence. Although it's quite an inexpensive country, making it an ideal destination for backpackers looking for an intriguing holiday. It is a perfect retreat for safari goers who are keen to take a beaten path to uncover the region's natural hidden splendours.
Best Places to Visit in Tanzania
Mount Kilimanjaro National Park
Mount Kilimanjaro National Park is one of Tanzania's sought-after tourist hubs in northern Tanzania. However, the national park is worldwide renowned for Mount Kilimanjaro, the loftiest mountain on the African continent. It is a world Heritage Site created around 1 million years ago by volcanic activity among the rift valley. Indeed, Mount Kilimanjaro is the world's highest free-standing mountain and lures a steady stream of travellers from all corners of the globe to witness the sheer beauty of its snow-capped mountains.
Serengeti National Park
Serengeti National Park is a sprawling treeless plain with millions of animals tucked in northern Tanzania. The national park is worldwide renowned for its massive herds of plain animals and the annual migration of wildebeest and zebra. It is the country's second-largest national park, with nearly five hundred bird species. Thousands of avid travellers cross the country's borders annually to witness the migration's most impressive natural events.
Zanzibar Island is the sought-after tropical paradise for travellers in the Tanzanian archipelago of Zanzibar. Alive with culture and tradition, this tropical paradise is blessed with the most prolonged white sandy seashores, coral reefs rich with kaleidoscopic creatures, and luxury resorts. Often referred to as Unguja, the island has some of the world's most promising beaches with a crystal clear, shallow ocean.
Stone Town is one of Africa's oldest towns and the cultural heart of Zanzibar city, perched on the western side of Unguja Island. The town is a perfect vacation spot for history buffs due to its deep-rooted culture and fascinating history. It boasts grand Arabian architecture, narrow streets, winding alleys, and influences of Arab, Persian, and some European give the city its unique charm. Currently, Stone Town is ranked as a Unesco World Heritage Site.