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  • 1 Tarangire National Park Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    If you needed just one reason to visited Tarangire National Park, then it would be the migration of elephants which takes place at the beginning of the dry season. However, the park is also home to a wealth of other wildlife, such as zebras, giraffes..

  • 2 Serengeti National Park Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Seronera

    A leading safari destination, Serengeti National Park (a Unesco site) is best visited between December and July, to witness the extraordinary migration of wildebeest and zebras or between June and October to observe big predators, such as lions, leop..

  • 3 Ngorongoro Conservation Area Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Extending for over 8 000km2, Ngorongoro Conservation Area is famous for its crater of the same name, which is home to tropical vegetation and an extraordinary range of wildlife. The site is much visited by tourists, but is nonetheless absolutely brea..

  • 4 Zanzibar Island Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Zanzibar City

    The Swahili island of Zanzibar leaves a lasting impression on all visitors. This old slave trading post attracts travellers who are looking for an exotic, authentic destination where they can rest and relax. The island has much to offer visitors - id..

  • 5 Kilimanjaro Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Moshi

    In the heart of the national park of the same name, the legendary Mount Kilimanjaro, its summit covered with snow (although for how much longer is uncertain), rises up from the African plain to an altitude of 5 895m. If you're planning on tackling th..

  • 6 Lake Tanganyika Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Kigoma

    Lake Tanganyika is the largest freshwater lake in the world and the second deepest after Lake Baikal in Russia. This lakeside jewel and its outstanding ecosystem can be explored from Kigoma. Swim in the lake's clear waters surrounded by countless spe..

  • 7 Mafia Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Kilindoni

    Mafia is an elitist destination in Zanzibar offering white sandy beaches and an emerald sea. This archipelago will delight snorkelling enthusiasts and big-game fishermen with its magnificent marine life. Other attractions include several small fishin..

  • 8 Selous Game Reserve Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Kisaki

    A huge protected area of around 50 000km2, Selous Game Reserve is crossed by large herds of elephants, buffalos and zebras. The Rufiji river, which runs across the reserve, is home to crocodiles and hippopotamuses, and you may also catch a glimpse of..

  • 9 Stone Town Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    EAT - Zanzibar City

    Darajani Market in Stone Town, the spice-scented, historic heart of Zanzibar, is best visited first thing in the morning. Follow your visit with a stroll through the maze of narrow alleyways with their carved doorways and then head towards the sea to..

  • 10 House of Wonders Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Nyumba Ya Moto Street EAT - Zanzibar City

    A ceremonial palace built in 1883, the iconic House of Wonders was the first of Stone Town to have electricity and a lift. Unmistakable with its three storeys of balconies supported by iron columns, it is now home to the National Museum of History an..

  • 11 Pemba Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Pemba North

    Scented cloves and flying foxes - welcome to Pemba! This island, smaller than Zanzibar, is also greener and more off the tourist track. Visitors come here to get away from it all, to enjoy incredible snorkelling or diving, or to visit the Ngezi Fores..

  • 12 Lake Manyara National Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Mto Wa Mbu

    Situated at the foot of the Rift Valley escarpment, the beautiful Lake Manyara National Park, with its varied landscapes (an alkaline lake, bush, tropical forest etc), is home to a rich variety of wildlife. Keep an eye out for the "climbing"..

  • 13 Kolo-Kondoa Rock Paintings Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    EAT - Kolo

    There is more to Tanzania than going on safari! The Kolo-Kondoa rock paintings, a Unesco listed heritage site, are exceptional for their excellent condition and their number. Painted either by hand or by brush, the images depict daily life, animals a..

  • 14 Lake Victoria Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Mwanza

    Lake Victoria (swimming is not advised), the largest lake in Africa, is divided between Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya. The lake extends across a region rich in pleasant lakeside towns (Bukoba, Musoma) and cultural sights (at Bujora and Butiama). The reg..

  • 15 Gombe Stream National Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Kigoma

    In 1960, Jane Goodall chose Gombe Stream in which to settle and study chimpanzees, producing some remarkable work. Ever since, the animal reserve, which became Gombe Stream National Park in 1968, has housed a research centre dedicated to chimpanzees...

  • 16 Mahale Mountains National Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Kigoma

    This splendid park is only accessible by boat or by plane! The Mahale Mountains National Park, situated on the idyllic shores of Lake Tanganyika, is renowned for its chimpanzees. A peaceful atmosphere and mountain setting, with the sounds of primates..

  • 17 Ruaha National Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    EAT - Iringa

    Situated in central Tanzania, Ruaha National Park is renowned for its diverse wildlife, giving visitors a taste of wild Africa. Its plains dotted with baobab trees offer typical African landscapes, especially when a lion, antelope or herd of buffalo ..

  • 18 Kilwa Kisiwani and Songo Mnara Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    EAT - Kilwa Masoko

    A visit to the ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and Songo Mnara, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, provides an introduction to medieval Swahili culture. With a large mosque dating from the 13C-15C, a walled enclosure and palaces, the ruins bear witness to the past..

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