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Mountain Kilimanjaro, "The roof of Africa"

Rising from the Savannah of East Africa to the staggering height of 5895m, not only is Kilimanjaro the highest mountain

Mount Meru “kilimanjaro cousin”

“Watching the sun throwing its rays on the top of Little Meru and from the further distance in the Eastern

Oldoinyo Lengai “Mountain of God”

“We have almost same mountain like this back in Swiss but this one is very steep and challenging too especially

Kitulo National park "Bustani ya Mungu - The God's garden"

Kitulo is commonly known as Bustani ya Mungu.The first area in Africa protected for its flowers. Apart from the Kitulo Plateau,
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Mikumi National Park

Mikumi is the access point for the southern Tanzania tourist circuit. A tented camp lies to the south of the

Selous Game Reserve "Women’s garden"

The Selous is known in swahili as Shamba ya Bibi – literally translated as “women’s garden”. It has the largest

Gombe Stream National Park

Like an unbroken thread, the annual migration of the wildebeest and zebra bind’s the Serengeti’s eco-system much as it has

Katavi National Park

Katavi Plains is noted for its spectacular dry season concetrations of big mammals and the inevitable predators. Except for Lake

Mahale Mountains National Park

Mahale is on the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika and is the least accessible of Tanzania’s 14 national parks.Only about

Rubondo Island National Park

Rubondo Island – hiden paradise is only a dot of land in 69,490 sq km Lake Victoria. Rubondo is Tanzania’s

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater ranks right up there among Africa’s must-visit wildlife destinations: Serengeti, Masai Mara. One of only three UNESCO World

Lake Manyara National Park

In the Great Rift Valley south of Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater lies the Cinderella of Tanzania’s parks—the often overlooked

Serengeti National Park

The very name Serengeti is guaranteed to bring a glint to even the most jaded traveler’s eye. It’s up there

Arusha National Park

Don’t overlook the tiny Arusha National Park. Though it covers only 137 square km (58 square miles), it has more

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania after Ruaha, Serengeti, Mikumi, Katavi and Mkomazi. The national