Luxury Roundtrip in Tanzania
25% of the land in Tanzania is protected. This amazing country is home to some of the African continent’s landmarks: the snow peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro, the endless plains of Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater, and the paradise white sandy beaches of Zanzibar archipelago.
Tanzania is one of Africa’s biggest countries. Located on the eastern coast of the continent, between latitudes 1 and 11 South and longitudes 30 and 40 East and covering an area of 945,000 km², Tanzania is approximately 3 times the size of Norway and 4 times the size of Japan.
Among the main attractions we may count Mount Kilimanjaro, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Selous Game Reserve, Kilwa Ruins, Olduvai Gorge and Laetoli, its 804km of coast and the pristine beaches of the Zanzibar archipelago.
Tanzania is the only country globally dedicating 25% of its total land to conservation, including National Parks, Reserves, and protected areas. There are 14 National Parks in Tanzania, 31 game reserves, 50 controlled game areas, 1 Conservation Area, and 2 Marine Parks.
Along with its breathtaking natural wealth, Tanzania is a fascinating place in terms of culture. It is said that a total of 127 ethnic groups inhabit this wide country. There are no dominant groups, and the country is internationally known for its political and social stability. Among the cultural group’s international visitors might interact with during a trip to Tanzania, together with the mythical Maasai inhabiting northern Tanzania (and southern Kenya), we may get to know the Hadzabe and Datoga in Lake Eyasi, the only hunter-gatherers in East Africa, as well as the Swahili people of the coast and offshore islands.
Tanzania is a country rich in history: from the Olduvai Gorge, known as the cradle of mankind, to the impressive Kilwa ruins in the south and the Zanzibar Stone Town, known to be the only operational Swahili city in East Africa.
The natural, cultural and historical wealth makes Tanzania a unique destination with an incomparable authentic African experience.
Duration 7 days
Travel from June to April
Minimum 2 travelers
Price from 4,500 USD per person
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