Places In Tanzania You Should Not Miss
Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken caldera in the world and home to thousands of animals. The crater floor supports buffalo, elephants, wildebeest, zebras, elands, gazelles, and hippos, as well as numerous predators and large quantities of bird species.
The Serengeti Plain is the site of the annual migration of over two million wildebeest, zebras and other plains game as they follow the rain in search of new grass
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and each year it is challenged by more than 30,000 climbers who choose one of the four routes which will take them to the summit. The Machame or the Rongai route takes 7 days, the Lemosho route takes 8 days and the Northern route takes 9 days. In all cases this adventure requires good preparation and reliable services, and Celestial Voyagers will be happy to provide them.
Beaches in Tanzania are especially great in the Spice Islands of Pemba and Zanzibar, where it is easy to combine cultural activities in the old Swahili town of Zanzibar with relaxing on the nearby sandy beaches.
Going Off The Beaten Tracks
Selous Game Reserve is a fantastic safari destination and it is also one of the most remote, which results in less visitors and more animals. It is well known as the home of the last of the big tusked elephants.The best season to visit Selous is July through October.
Saadani National Park is the 13th and youngest park opened in the country. It is the only one bordering the sea and the resulting mixture of marine and mainland fauna produces a great variety of reptiles, birds, green turtles, hunchback whales and dolphins
Mahale Mountains and its National Park stands in Western Tanzania on the shore of Lake Tanganyika. It has gorgeous forest and beautiful beaches,and is the best place to see and interact with chimpanzees.