Why Tanzania considered as a to safari destination in Africa

Why Tanzania considered as a to safari destination in Africa : Because Focus East Africa Tours is based in Tanzania and spends a large portion of its time exploring the country, forming relationships with its people, and increasing its opportunities for both ourselves and the people we guide, we are able to offer some of the most comprehensive and customized Tanzania safaris available. It’s crucial, in our opinion, to state up front that we are biassed towards Tanzania as the best place in Africa to go on safari! However, being biassed does not imply that we are incorrect. Discover why Tanzania is so amazing by reading on! If anything in this blog encourages you to begin organizing your next amazing journey, don’t hesitate to contact us for help or to have a fully personalized Tanzania safari itinerary designed for you!

Tanzania is home to Unrivaled and Spectacular Wildlife.

Most tourists travel to Africa in order to witness its wide variety of wildlife. The land was formerly covered in a lush, untainted forest that was teaming with wildlife; these days, however, such locations are the exception rather than the rule. We honor Tanzania’s rich and varied wildlife as well as the delicate ecosystems that support them. Many travelers view an African safari vacation as an opportunity to re-establish a connection with nature and gain a deeper appreciation for the animal kingdom than they could possibly achieve back home in a world where we are becoming more and more cut off from it. Of course, you may view amazing wildlife in South Africa, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda, and Botswana, to mention a few, but Tanzania has more diverse and abundant wildlife than any other African nation. Tanzania really boasts more animals per square mile than any other place in Africa, and it is home to 20% of the continent’s large mammal species. For instance, the largest population of lions in Africa can be found in the Serengeti National Park, the Mahale Mountains National Park offers an incredible chimpanzee trekking experience, and Tarangire National Park is home to a sizable population of elephants.

You can witness the great migration.

The vast herds of herbivores that inhabit and flourish throughout the vast Serengeti National Park provide food for the enormous number of predators that call it home. And for a lot of people, witnessing “The Great Migration” in Tanzania is the primary reason they travel there. The most spectacular safari show you will ever witness, this massive migration of over 2 million wildebeest, zebra, and gazelles over the acacia plains is the biggest terrestrial mammal movement of animals on Earth. The Great Migration is a year-round spectacle, not just an annual event, as you may have guessed. You simply need to know where to go to see it, which is visible throughout the year.


Cultural Immersion with Tanzania’s Tribes.

Tanzania’s amazing wildlife draws a lot of tourists, but our hospitable people are usually what make a lasting impact. It is very fulfilling to spend time with any of Tanzania’s 120+ tribes, particularly when done so with an attitude of empathy, adventure, and good humour. To mention a few, you can encounter the Maasai in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (and many other locations) and the Hadzabe and Datoga people around Lake Eysai. During numerous of our trips, you may interact with the locals, gain firsthand knowledge of their way of life, speak with those who have called Tanzania home since the 15th century, and make a good difference.

Why Tanzania considered as a to safari destination in Africa
Maasai people

The Largest Intact Caldera in the World.

The world’s largest intact caldera is the Ngorongoro Crater. Although this feature alone makes a visit worthwhile, what really strikes visitors is the diversity and richness of the local wildlife more than 25,000 large animals can be spotted inside the crater at any given moment. Because of the enormous, cauldron-like caldera that has produced an intriguing ecology that is teeming with life, the wildlife in this area is quite rare. A significant concentration of elephants, lions, zebras, buffaloes, and rhinoceroses should be seen. Tanzania boasts a plethora of excellent national parks and conservation areas, but the Ngorongoro Crater is undoubtedly the greatest spot to see The Big Five.

Mount Kilimanjaro is the most unique mountain in the world.

At 5,895 metres, Mount Kilimanjaro also known as “The Roof of Africa” is the highest free-standing peak in the world and the highest mountain in Africa. Its striking contrast with the comparatively level surroundings in Kilimanjaro National Park and beyond further heightens its impact. There are some of the best vistas in the world from Mt. Kilimanjaro, whether you’re looking up from below or down from above. This is the reason why a lot of people decide to go on photography safaris in Tanzania and why the average person spends six to seven days ascending the highest peak in Africa.

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