Kilimanjaro. Zanzibar. Serenegeti. Ngorongoro. These top destinations of Tanzania might be tough to pronounce. But, it is here that you must head to if you wish to see exotic wildlife roaming freely in their own elements.
Not just wildlife, Tanzania is home to some 100+ native tribal groups, all of whom rub shoulders with each other snugly in these dense forest land perched close to the Indian Ocean.
Despite its tourism potential, Tanzania still to fall in the radar of tourists. But times are changing and so is the political climate in the region which was once a threat to the entire African tourism potential.
Today, Tanzania is a scene of tourist upheaval. On a tour to Tanzania you can explore the rock paintings that dot the Kolo village or take a trip to the past and witness how the Swahili culture still remains to live the way it has lived over the centuries. On other part of the country, wildlife thrives in full glory. Hippos, wild buffalos and a handful of beastly carnivores roam the arid terrain of Tanzania.
If create comforts are your choice, then head to Zanzibar - the coastal strip where turquoise blue waters kiss your feet and the gentle sea breeze caress you in waves.