10 Reasons to Visit Tanzania

1. tHE mAASAI

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The Maasai are a semi-nomadic tribe among the original inhabitants of Northern Tanzania and Kenya, who have lived in the Serengeti according to traditional customs for thousands of years. A cultural trip into their lives will reveal all sorts of interesting facts, such as the legens of the Maasai warriors and why ritual song and dance are so important to the tribe. 

2. Ngorongoro crater

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, over three million years old, and the largest intact volcano caldera in the world! Visitors can enjoy the Big Five Safari and bird watching. 

3. Pemba Island

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How about an underwater safari? This gorgeous island is one of the best diving spots in East Africa for its fantastic visibility and warm temperatures. But if you're just into stunning and secluded beaches, then this is also the place for you. 

4. Hot air balloon ride

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Start your day at dawn to experience this breathtaking panoramic view of Tanzania and end it with a champagne breakfast.

5. mount kiliminjaro

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You don't have to spend months of physical training before taking a six-day trek up the mountain to enjoy the beauty of Kili. You can base walk to the scenic Kinukamori Waterfall or continue on to picturesque Chagga Village, filled with banana and coffee plantations. 

6. prison island

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Start your day at dawn to experience this breathtaking panoramic view of Tanzania and end it with a champagne breakfast.

7. THE GREAT MIGRATION

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Or as we call it, the most spectacular natural show on earth! 

Thousands of visitors travel across the globe to witness this impressive event where millions of wildebeest and zebras, followed by antelope and predators migrate in a clockwise direction around the Serengeti-Masai Mara ecosystem. 

8. zanzibar

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White sand beaches, laidback vibes and calm azure waters is what you can expect when you visit this Tanzanian achipelego.

9. Lake manyara

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Home to thousands of flamingoes and other wildlife, the lake is ideal for bird watching and canoe safaris. 

10. the big five

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Undeniably one of Tanzania's most popular attractions, the big five consists of the lion, buffalo, elephant, rhino and leopard. Almost all of them are easy to spot from any of the county's parks and reserves!