Eco-tourism destination in Africa: Tanzania
Endowed with an unmatched wealth of wildlife and incredible geology, Tanzania is a natural paradise that welcomes tourists into a world of craters, volcanoes, extensive savannah plains and palm-fringed beaches. From the Serengeti to Kilimanjaro, an eco tour in Tanzania lets you explore its natural wealth to get closer to wildlife and local culture.
The most sought after eco tourism locations in Tanzania are:
- Serengeti National Park – More than 3 million large mammals inhabit the vast Serengeti plains of Tanzania. The annual wildebeest migration in Serengeti is a spectacle worth watching.
- Ngorongoro Crater – the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera
- Several archaeological sites
- Mount Kilimanjaro – The highest mountain in Africa, Kilimanjaro (19,340ft) is a mountain climber’s paradise, offering the most thrilling trekking route that includes five different ecological zones.
- Lake Victoria – the second largest freshwater lake in world
- Lake Tanganyika – the second deepest lake in world
- Zanzibar – Popularly known as Spice Island, Zanzibar, off the north coast of Tanzania flaunt a rich history, and lures tourists with its beautiful beaches and forests, world-class diving and enchanting towns and villages. Stonetown, House of Wonders and Spice Plantations make Zanzibar one of Africa’s top eco tourism destinations.
- Selous Game Reserve – This UNESCO world heritage site in southern Tanzania is home to the largest elephant population in the world.
After your retirement you can make a trip to Tanzania and amaze at its natural beauty. You are sure to have a remarkable experience.