When there more than a hundred breath-taking places to visit in the world, what makes Tanzania different? Let us show you some spectacular reasons why not to travel to Tanzania- The Land of Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and Serengeti and well, if we managed to catch you off guard, be our guest!
The beaches are so uncrowded
Stroll for miles, go for morning yoga or deep diving amid the Indian Ocean, it is rare to spot too many people, on the pristine serene and postcard perfect beaches of Zanzibar, Mafia and Pemba. Now would you rather prefer watching a sunset in bliss or with some massive crowd, as commonly seen on other beaches around the world?
You would feel overwhelmed amid the Wildebeest Migration
The Serengeti National Park hosts thousands of wildebeests thumping on the Earth, running along with zebras, looking for fresh graze while being chased by predators. Known as the epic drama of life, you will never in your life, be surrounded as many animals, or witness such a wildlife adventure and the adrenaline rush gets real. With this action-packed drama, perhaps you are rather good to watch this on TV?
Stay outside your comfort zone. Is that your style?
Dine under the star studded sky, sleep under the canvas surrounded by lions, take a morning shower when the elephant peeps at you, hike Mt. Kilimanjaro and live without bathing for 7 straight days. They say, life gets exists outside the comfort zone, ever wondered to live up to this phrase one day? Travel to Tanzania if you wish to disconnect from routine, and experience an exotic, out-of-this world destination.
Did someone see any skyscrapers or glam life in Tanzania?
Hike the majestic mountains of Kilimanjaro and Meru and feel like you are on the top of the world! There are not many skyscrapers or streets buzzing with amazing nightlife, yet muse is found here is genuine laughter of the people, lantern lit wilderness at night, the colourful kitenge designs and Maasai traditional outfits. Joy is found, in everything that nature offers here.
The diversity in people and destinations are too much to handle
There are close to 120 tribes living here, united by their common language Swahili. More than a million tourists, every year visit Tanzania for a pure wildlife experience, hike the mountain, spend leisure days at the beach or meet the Gorillas in Gombe and Mahale. There is plenty to do here and certainly be spoilt for choices.
Kenya is great! Who goes to Tanzania anyway?
With the Maasai Mara connecting to the Serengeti, and the Amboseli offering brilliant views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Kenya offers a slice of Tanzania. However, when Will Smith, Bill Clinton, Lionel Messi, George Clooney and Austin Butler are just some of the celebrities who have chosen Tanzania to spend their days soaking in the goodness of the African wilderness in the vast plains of Serengeti and on the magnificent beauty of its beaches. Perhaps their experience tells it all.
A safari to Tanzania is deep for the pockets
If you are coming to Tanzania for a family safari, a special honeymoon or for one of your bucket list travels, surely this is not going to be one of those budget holidays. Many people come to live this experience once in their lifetime, and most of them believe it’s worth it. If you are lucky, you may fetch a cracker seasonal deal and may not want to let go this opportunity.
It is always sunny and warm in this tropical country
A holiday to Tanzania, especially if you are here for a bush to beach experience, will feature varying temperatures, from 01-15 degrees in the early mornings of Ngorongoro Crater or on the mountain of Kilimanjaro to sunny climate in the tropical beaches from 25-30 degrees. Its neither too hot nor too cold, just a bit very picture perfect
There is plenty of wildlife everywhere
With a thick population of elephants in Tarangire and Ruaha, tree climbing lions of Manyara and Serengeti, the wildebeest migration of Serengeti, wild dogs and crocodiles in Serengeti and the rare black rhino of the Ngorongoro Crater and Mkomazi National Park, you will never go back disappointed of missing out a true wildlife experience. In other words, you get more than what you pay for.
Wherever you go there is something adventurous to do
Swim with the whale sharks in Mafia Island, fly in a hot air balloon in Serengeti National Park, go for a walking safari in the Selous Game reserve or spend a day with the hunter gatherers of Tanzania. The wow factor here is in its truest sense being close to nature and spend adventurous days in the Soul of Africa.
Still contemplating if you should come for a holiday to Tanzania? Let our consultants offer you their expertise for your wishful travel.