Tanzania is the land of Kilimanjaro – the highest mountain in Africa – and it borders the three largest lakes in Africa – Malawi Lake, Tanganyika Lake and Lake Victoria. Everywhere you will find natural highlights, such as the Ngorongoro Crater – the largest active crater in the world -, the Olduvai Gorge – which is said to have originated here – the 20 million year old Great Rift Valley and the vast Serengeti plains full of wild animals.
The people in Tanzania are friendly, sincere, friendly and hospitable and they make sure that visitors feel very welcome. The annual migration of millions of herbivores is something you must have experienced once in your life. Tanzania has no less than 1,000 bird species and in Tanzania it is possible to view the Great Ten – elephants, buffalo, rhinoceros, lions, leopards, cheetahs, African wild dogs, hippos, zebras and giraffes – and also chimpanzees on the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
More than 25 percent of Tanzania is allocated to national parks and areas for nature management – more than in any other country in the world. They protect more than 20 percent of large mammals in Africa and 35 species of antelope as well as 1.5 million wildebeest.