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Reason Why You Should Visit Tanzania

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Promote Tourism

Tanzania is one of the poorest country in the world. You have no idea how many children starve everyday while we enjoy the luxury of having six or more meal times a day. The locals depend on their natural resources to survive. Africa is rich in natural resources; however, due to their dry environment, getting food everyday is a struggle. Promote Tanzania’s tourism to help the people make a living while you enjoy the beautiful scenes there.

 

Meet Species in Their Natural Habitat

There’s a huge difference of experiencing wildlife in Tanzania compared to visiting a zoo. Notice how mammals move and interact in their natural habitat. They are so pleasing to watch as if you are watching discovery channel but this time, you get to experience the real thing. We mentioned previously that visiting Tanzania to experience their wildlife attractions should be in your bucket list. We are dead serious about it. Those times that we didn’t have any idea what the Tanzania beholds, we are quite doubtful whether it would be a pleasurable experience. But after our tour, we came out as different people. Now, we care more about the environment. Visiting zafaris made us realized how important it is to preserve our natural environment. We became animal lover too. We understood that like humans, these animals have homes as well. And if we continue to destroy their homes for the sake of our comforts, then we are disregarding their importance.

 

Take Wildlife Photos

We are passionate about photography. Most of our subjects are the realities of the street. We take random pictures of people, places, and events. Until one day, we found ourselves tired capturing the same thing. Then our friend recommended to try wildlife photography. We had no clue how it will turn out but it sounded a good idea so we took the plunge. It was challenging at first because there are aloof animals that will do everything just to get you out of their site. Thanks to our tour guide, he taught us how to take photos the “incognito style”. It was all about correct timing and taking photos as if you are a ninja. Wildlife photography took our skill to a different level. We had to constantly change the settings of our camera because of the strong sun and shady areas. The whole experience was so fun and life changing. If you will ask us if we will come back again, hell yeah.

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National Parks in Tanzania You Should Never Miss

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Kilimanjaro National Park

Here you can find the highest mountain in Africa. The vastness of the mountain is a breathtaking view no one should miss out if you visit here. Enjoy long walks in the grassy field of Kilimanjaro National Park. Enjoy Montane forests and giant lobelias as you walk the rich ecosystem of Kilimanjaro National Park.

Mahale Mountains National Park

Explore the Ernest Hemmingway’s favorite view in Africa, the Lake Manyara. Find out for your self why he made a statement that the lake was the loveliest view he had seen in Africa, that’s the time you would only understand. Wild baboons are all over the place, also bushbuck giraffes, lions and mongoose. Look up and see different species of birds as they fly and cover their sky with their wings.

Mikumi National Park

You can smell the Indian Ocean from a distance, an interesting combination of breezy and grassy air. The park has all the wild animals you don’t see in a regular zoo. Here you can witness lions chasing herds of zebra, running buffalo herds as if they are in a hurry for a meeting, and view hippos lazy look while hanging out in the pond.

Saadani National Park

If you are into hunting, then this place is for you. Celebrities go here to hunt and shoot movies. The marine area of the park will surprise you with different species of fish, dolphins and humpback whales. You can also visit their cattle ranch and see how the old days do it. Walking on the dry soil of Saadani National Park is quite tiring but worth every sweat you make.

Serengeti National Park

Do you know why Serengeti sounds familiar? It’s because it is one of the oldest and most popular national park in the world. The wildlife here is everywhere, you could see them making the Savannah grounds their playground. Explore Serengeti’s woodlands, rivers, wooded hills , and large termite mounds. The ecosystem here is rich and balanced. The authorities are working hard to keep everything natural with less human intervention. Thus, making the park one of the best places you should not miss.

Arusha National Park

Arusha is the capital city of Tanzania. It has Africa’s fifth highest mountain. The best part is it’s near Kilimanjaro International Airport so it is not difficult to find. The views will surely prepare you for more of what you will see in Africa. Behold the beauty of Africa by going here.