More than almost any other destination, Tanzania is the land of safaris. Wildebeest stampede across the plains. Hippos jostle for space in muddy waterways. Elephants wander along seasonal migration routes and chimpanzees swing through the treetops. Throughout the country, there are unparalleled opportunities to experience this natural wealth. Take a boat safari down the Rufiji River past snoozing crocodiles in Selous Game Reserve. Watch giraffes silhouetted against ancient baobab trees in Ruaha National Park.
Tanzania Tour Package (4 Nights / 5 Days)
Day 1 : Stone Town
Satisfy your seafood cravings at the Forodhani Night Market on the waterfront. Construct the skewer of your dreams from fresh octopus, squid, fish, crab, mussel and lobster then watch it get barbequed to perfection while you wait. Spend the night in Stone Town, at a central location. Tanzania Tour allows yourself time to wander through the many cobbled laneways, take in the architecture and appreciate the famous Zanzibar doors. Set off on an optional Tanzania Tour, that starts with a brief tour of the historical sights in Stone Town, before visiting the Slave Museum, the ruins of the Sultans Palace and then travelling to the famous spice plantations.
Day 2 : Serengeti National Park
Serengeti National Park is among the best-known big game safari destinations in Africa and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tanzania. It is famous for its annual wildlife migration of wildebeest and zebra. One of the best times to visit the park is in May when the grass becomes dry and exhausted and the wildebeest and zebra start to mass in huge armies offering a spectacular wildlife show.
Day 3-4 : Paje Beach
Your beach bungalow comes complete with its own bar, and there's always an interesting mix of locals and other visitors to chat to. That is, when you are not swimming diving, kite surfing, relaxing or reading on the beach.
Spend the next three days on the idyllic east coast, where soft white sandy beaches stretch as far as the eye can see.
Swim in the warm and inviting water of the pristine east coast, which is far less frequented than the northern beaches.
Wander on the white sand, catch the sunset through rows of palm trees and soak up the peace and tranquility of the area.
Stay in beach bungalows opposite a sparkling stretch of Indian Ocean. Perhaps indulge in massages, bargain with the beach traders, laze in your hammock, relax by the bar and spoil yourself with the abundance of fresh seafood, Italian wood fired pizzas and Swahili dishes.
Day 5 : Stone Town
By now you should be able to find your way around the maze-like streets without getting too lost. Live out your Willy Wonka fantasy on a spice tour where you will get to lick a cinnamon tree. Tanzania Tour Package bid farewell to the beaches and return to Stone Town, where the trip ends on arrival.
Tanzania Travel Guide
Tanzania National Park
Tanzanian National parks exist for the primary role of conservation of the great wealth for present and future generation. These National Parks include :
Tanzanian Tourist Attraction
Tanzania Tour Attracts people to see different types of islands in a large number of parks and islands and beaches. These National Parks include :
Art in Tanzania has much to offer dance, drama, music, painting, film and sculpting. Whether it is Tinga-Tinga painting, sculpture in wood or Taraab music skills, you can enhance your talent in the arts by adding a Tanzanian perspective, learning new techniques from cultural exchange and enrolling for short courses. Alternatively you can learn Swahili or undertake cookery classes another innovative way to learn about the Swahili culture.
Tanzanian Festivals and Events
Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar are the best places to enjoy Tanzania festivals, particularly the latter with its Muslim-majority populace. In July you can witness the Mwaka Kogwa and the Festival of the Dhow Countries, while the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti starts in December. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, sees action during the Kiliman Adventure Challenge in February.