Need more facts before booking your affordable Tanzania holidays? Tanzania was formerly called Tanganyika before it gained its independence in December 9th 1961. Zanzibar gained its independence in December 1963 and they merged the following year to form Tanzania. Chumbe Island in Tanzania holds the worlds largest species of crab. Its crabs grow up to a meter in length. Tanzania is gifted the highest number of animals per square kilometer in the world having over 4 million animals. It shares its national anthem with Zimbabwe and South Africa. The national anthem is titled “Mungu ibariki Africa” meaning God bless Africa. Tanzania adventures are very ecstatic.
Why book Tanzania Adventure Holidays
Tanzania is one of the top tourists’ destinations in Africa with various tourists attractions. The country has uniquely tapestries with land scapes of scenic valleys and hills to the unspoiled beaches and lakes with over 39% of its land mass protected. Tanzania is also home to three of Africa’s seven natural wonders. Tanzania also boasts with Tanzanite stone which is blue/ violet in color known to be a thousand times rarer than diamond. The country is also a home to the largest game reserve in Africa – Serengeti National Park with over 50,000 kilometers squared. There are many reasons to go on Tanzania holidays.
The famous Ngorongoro crater is gifted with over 25,000 animals and it’s the largest intact volcanic caldera on planet. In Ngorongoro you will have great opportunities to see Africa’s big five animals while on a game drive. The highest lion population in the world is mostly found in Serengeti national park. The estimated number of lions in Serengeti is said to be approximately 3000, which cannot even be found in the entire Kenya. Serengeti national park has got the worlds largest mammal migration on earth, the site of over one million wildebeests and hundreds of other animals moving and being sighted by their predators lions and so forth is so ballistic, the Serengeti migration is one of the things you should counter on when palling your holidays in Tanzania.
When to go on Tanzania Vacations
Like most African countries, you can go on affordable Tanzania holidays all year round but there are peak and low tourists’ seasons. The country has got variety of tourists’ options to offer. The best time for seeing the glistening peak of the tallest African mountain is January and February. Tourists can first opt to climb mountain Meru before Mount Kilimanjaro to acclimatize themselves. Rain can fall any time during this period but in big amounts as in the rainy seasons. July to September climate is also humid favoring mountain climbing.
The best time for wildlife holidays in Tanzania is in the dry seasons of December to early march and from June to October when the waterholes in the parks dry out and the mains sources of water will be the parks streams and rivers where you can find many animals quenching thirst from. During dry holiday seasons the grasses are also short making it very easy for wildlife viewing adventures.
The coast and islands like mafia, Dar es salaam, Pemba and many more can be visited in November and December then middle march to June. You can visit he historical towns at any time of the years like Kilwa, stone town and many more and learn a lot about their history from the time of slave trade. There are pots of activities like scuba diving, snorkeling and many more to be done.
The best time to see the world’s largest wildebeest migration whilst on your Tanzania holidays is between November and October and in Serengeti National Park. You will witness over a million wildebeests and zebras. Tanzania can be visited all year round with two distinct rainy seasons but for a better view of wildlife and better holiday experience, the dry season is the best time for visiting the country. If you visiting in the wet holiday season make sure you come with a rain coat, hiking shoes, insect repellents and warm cotton clothing. If visiting in the dry season come along with sun glasses, sun screen and remember to carry lots of water in your journey.