As the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro is one of the most famous highlights of Tanzania. At the same time, climbing this mountain
is not an activity for everyone. With the Uhuru Peak at 5895 meters as a final destination, it is a challenging route where altitude sickness can play a role due to the rapid ascent. Fortunately, there
are plenty of opportunities to experience the Kilimanjaro without doing a multi-day trek to the top.
Serengeti National Park
As one of the most famous national parks in the world, a visit to Serengeti National Park cannot be missed. In addition to the Big Five walking freely in this endless untamed landscape, Serengeti
National Park is also known for The Great Migration; in which animals migrate through Serengeti all year round, covering a distance of more than a thousand kilometers every year.
To stay: Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Singita Serengeti House or Singita Sabora Tented Camp
The Ngorongoro Crater is the biggest intact volcanic caldera in the world and yet another stand alone reason to travel to Tanzania. With wild animals like elephants, lions, zebras and rhinos,
the Ngorongoro Crater has the highest concentration of wildlife in Africa. A breathtaking natural wonder!
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire is known for its large herds of elephants and beautiful landscapes dotted with baobab trees. The national park is located at the Tarangire River, which is a reliable water source for wildlife even in the dry season.
To stay: Sanctuary Swala Camp
As the most popular holiday island off the coast of Tanzania, Zanzibar is the place to relax! The tropical white sandy beaches and an azure blue sea with beautiful coral reef in combination with the
historic city with its narrow streets, the old slave market and the many spice plantations, offer a perfect combination of sun, sea and culture.
To stay: Zanzibar White Sand Luxury Villas & Spa