Best known for the Annual Wildebeest Migration as well as endless open savanna grasslands filled with a variety of wildlife. Tanzania’s has some of the oldest and most the popular national parks that are also listed as one of the world heritage sites. Thousands of tourists visit this park each year to see the great migration as millions of animals including wildebeests, zebras and Thomson’s gazelles trailed by several predators match across this vast savanna land. Also known as ‘the Garden of Eden’, the Ngorongoro Crater which is an extinct volcano is home to a very high number of African wild animals. It is also the world’s largest un-flooded caldera and one of the best places to see a variety of predators while on Safari in Tanzania. The Magical Zanzibar Islands also referred to as the Spice Island, is a heavenly beach paradise perfect for those seeking to relax or on honeymoon. The beautiful corals, snorkeling and one of the world’s top scuba diving opportunities make it a perfect place to spend your holiday. Tanzania is also popular for its tree-climbing lions and large number of elephant population in addition to the rich bird life there. Tarangire National Park offers some of Tanzania best Wildlife Viewing Safaris especially during the dry months.
With nearly half of it covered by a soda lake, Lake Manyara National Park is among the smallest parks in the country and is best known for its large number of pink flamingos usually seen on the shores of the lake. You will also enjoy game viewing with sights of different animals including lions. Mountain Kilimanjaro is Africa’s tallest mountain as the well as highest free standing mountain on the planet. Join us on our thrilling Mountain Climbing Adventures to the peak. We give you the perfect chance to explore the southern circuit which is comprised of various national parks including Mikumi, Ruaha, Selous Reserve and Udzungwa Mountains Park, and take part in the various activities including bird watching and game drives to see lions, leopards, zebras, giraffes, the great kuddu, elephants, wildebeests, various antelope species among others. Selous Game reserve which is the largest in Africa will actually present you with an opportunity to see the critically-endangered black rhinos as well as the hardly seen African wild dogs. Allow 1000 Shades of Green plan you a lifetime visit to all these attractions in Tanzania.