If you’ve ever wanted to visit Africa, why not go to Tanzania?
From the exotic beaches to Mt. Kilimanjaro, to the quiet villages and towns, there is plenty to see and to experience in this gorgeous country.
Whether you want to conquer Africa’s highest mountain, or simply stare at Mt. Kilimanjaro in awe at its splendor and admire it as a backdrop to the intoxicating beauty of the landscape, go on an African safari, enjoy some of the world’s sexiest beaches, or shop for exotic spices at local markets, this destination should be number one on your bucket list.
There are hundreds of reasons to visit Tanzania, but here are a few of the highlights of this stunning country.
- Your photos of the panoramic views will kill your Instagram competition
- To brag to all your friends back home that you climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro
- Go on a hot air balloon ride that will leave you breathless
- Check out the famous SerengetI Natonal Park
- Follow the Great Wildebeest Migration
- Go diving, snorkeling, or sunbathing at the perfect, pristine beaches along the coast
- Take in epic Rift Valley scenery
- View the scenic masterpiece of the Ngorongoro Crater
- Shop for spices at the local markets
- Dine on Tanzanian cuisine, a delicious mix of traditional African food, with hints of Arabic/Indian flavours
- Accommodation options are surprisingly affordable and outstanding
- Meet the local Maasai people and learn about their fascinating culture and heritage
- The wildlife and birdlife is enormous (120,000 elephants, 160,000 buffalos, 2000 rhinos, and many other species)
- Visit the world’s most treasured national parks and game reserves including the Selous Game Reserve
- Go on a Chimpanzee trek in Mahale National Park
Bonus reason # 16
The men are beautiful. Just sayin’. Girl, come on, you know I’ve got your back!
Not convinced yet? Check out the Tanzania Photo Gallery here.
To read more about what an African safari is like, or why you should experience The Great Wildebeest Migration, click here. Or, if you’re ready to book your trip today, contact Augustine at AA Africa.