Tanzania Safari Guide

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Dust from the thundering hooves of one million migrating wildebeest...sleeping in a furnished tent in the Tanzanian bush...snorkeling in the clear waters of Lake Tanganyika...the Tanzanian safari experience is exciting and exotic.

You'll be amazed at the aquatic creatures and plant life. Mnemba Island is the nesting site for the endangered Green Turtle. Legend says the infamous Captain Kidd hid treasure here, but the real treasures are the beautiful beaches and coconut palm trees.

Mount Kilimanjaro is located just 60 kilometers away and provides a beautiful backdrop to this amazing park. Arusha National Park has an incredibly diverse wildlife presence including giraffe, zebra and monkeys. Flamingos are also native to the area.

In Tanzania, you can spy on vultures in their nests as you float over the Serengeti in a hot-air balloon, cruise down Lake Tanganyika, or snorkel among hundreds of fish. These are all great experiences for the adventurous traveler and can be part of any Tanzania safari.

Another great National Park to visit for your Tanzanian Safari is the Arusha National Park located in north eastern Tanzania. It is a mountainous terrain and encompasses Mount Meru, a massive volcano with an elevation of 4566 meters. Before you return to your accommodations, watch the beautiful sunset over the western horizon.

On a safari adventure such as Kenya safaris, you will be surrounded by the sights, sounds and smells of the natural habitat of wildlife game, up close and personal. On your safari, enjoy an unobstructed view of the migrtaion of wildbeest and watch the giraffes and elephants browsing on the plains, surrounded by beautiful acacia trees. Observe cheetahs, leopards and other big 5 animals engaging in their everyday activities.

The Tanzania Safari offers several different types of landscapes to choose from. Each place offers different types of wildlife, culture, ecosystems, and scenery. The safari experiences offered by the African continent give civilians wonderful memories they can reminisce and pass on throughout the rest of their lives.

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