1. MOUNT KILIMANJARO
Climbing Kilimanjaro is one of the most rewarding and exciting Tanzania vacations you could choose. At 19,340 feet, the snow-capped Kilimanjaro dominates the Tanzanian skyline and is certainly an overwhelming sight. The ascent to its peak is a walk rather than a climb, so, despite being a huge mental and physical challenge, no specialist expertise is needed apart from the key word pole pole (slowly Slowly) . So long as you have a good fitness level and a healthy respiratory system definitely you will conquer the summit.
2. NGORONGORO CRATER
|Ngorongoro Conservation Area|
Adjacent to the Serengeti National Park and bordered by the Great Rift Valley lays one of Africa’s densest wildlife areas and a treasure trove of prehistoric human history. The major draw of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the Ngorongoro Crater – one of the world’s largest volcanic calderas brimming with wildlife. About 25 000 large animals inhabit the 260 km² crater that is bordered by a 600 metre tall rim. The density of big game and mammalian predators makes the crater one of Africa’s most popular game viewing destinations.
3. Serengeti National Park
Size: 14 763 km² / Established: 1929
The Serengeti is easily Africa’s most famous national park and rightfully so. With an incredible density of predators and prey the Serengeti showcases the beauty and brutality of Africa’s wildlife like few other places. The annual wildebeest migration is among the biggest movements of biomass on earth; more than one million wildebeest are joined by 200 000 zebra and 300 000 Thompson Gazelle. It is also the Great Migration that gave Serengeti National Park World Heritage Site status in 1981. Desperate ungulates crossing croc-infested waters, cheetahs accelerating out of high grass, the thundering roar of a lion and vultures circling above will create memories of a lifetime.
6.Ngurdoto Crater (Arusha National Park)
The ascent of Mount Meru is a scenic climb that passes through magical forests on the bottom slopes and eventually emerges into the alpine desert with some of the best views of Mount Kilimanjaro and the surrounding landscape. The climb takes three to four days and is known as a good preparation and acclimatisation for Kilimanjaro.
The main attractions – Mount Meru, Ngurdoto Crater and the Momela Lakes can be seen within a day.
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