Tanzania is one of the loveliest countries in the world with natural beauty. It offers an endless tourism option to the visitors. Rich in cultural heritage, natural beauty and wonderful sandy beaches, Tanzania is any travellers delight. The country has something for every tourists and no stone remains unturned to enhance the natural beauty and charm of the country. Rich in ancient history, natural beauty and with a very interesting culture, Tanzania is any travellers delight.
Ngorongoro Crater, one of the world’s largest volcanic valleys is not only is it the livliest place in Africa, but is also among the fascinating natural heritage of Tanzania. Known as the ‘City of the Dead’, this amazing natural wonder offers an astonishing view of shiftingSaharan Africa’s plateaus and volcanic peaks including the famous Ngorongoro Crater.
Chobe National Park, Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, is an ever-encroaching pool of alive natural resources and clean tourist airways. The park is bordered by the vast Serengeti Sea, dominated by the flaming Victoria and Albert Museum, an interesting if somewhat grim structure towering above the waterfalls and plains.
The much quieter of Zanzibar Island lies at the bottom of the Indian Ocean, an unspoiled land of rolling green hills and tea plantations. After a week or so of travelling, a visit to the island town of H atoms the most beautiful and calming of which the white sand beaches bend into the blue indigo sky.
Lake Victoria, the second largest lake in Africa is known for its natural beauty, crystal clear waters and mild climate. Lunning outcroppings, in shades of deepest green and deepest of blue, recall the coastline from centuries ago when traders navigated the waterways to the Indian Ocean.
The country’s largest in Africa wildlife population; that of the lion, is legendary. Throughout the Masai Mara game reserve, on the north of the reserve, tourists can spot the king lion of the Ngoni plains on a big screen.
In the south, on the Serengeti, tourists can see leopards, crocodiles, rhinos, jackals and probably even the famed black rhino, with the chance to see the big five in their natural environment.
Tanzania, much of which is savanna, has a wide variety of habitats. There are arid regions and areas of gently rolling deciduous forests, grassy uplands and areas of evergreen tropical forests — home to lions, elephants, giraffes, wildebeests and the plains Zone giraffe and wildebeest, which walk in herds of thousands. The waters are teeming with marine life and the coast hosts a multitude of birdlife.
Be prepared to move vegetable gardens and your garden of herbs, spinning seeds and yeast into bread, grains and yoghurt, not to mention delicates and candies. You will also learn to make and flavor your own food products with herbs, flowers and cocoa beans. There are villages with formal resorts and others in areas such as the park and the Ngorongoro Crater.
If you are walking around, you will be able to pick up various informative signs about the local culture — traditional drumming, a traditional dance and folk music — typical of the region.
At the crater, you will see rock paintings and hieroglyphics. There is a natural rock painting gallery.
At the lively lake, you can ogle for lovely scenery and exotic animals — all within a FedExed 7-11 like convenience. Buy an impulse buy bamboo basket and have Fun!