Friendly people and a beautiful culture are what makes Tanzania so famous. You get a chance to walk on the path taken by ancient sultans and explore traditions that date back generations. You also have the option to enjoy all kinds of adventures such as full moon parties, fishing, diving and sunbathing. For the perfect insight into the country’s culture, head over to those markets and mosques of Stone Town. Dar es Salaam is equally beautiful, but it mostly acts as a gateway to those exotic beaches and entrancing sunsets.
Tanzania is most famous for the Serengeti National Park, one of the best wildlife destinations on the planet. The park is home to those big game animals and is the perfect place for a safari. The densely wildlife populated Ngorongoro Crater and its jungle lodges present an equally mind-blowing option where you get to see plains that are full of wildlife. Mount Kilimanjaro, another highlight of Tanzania, can be conquered by the most inexperienced hikers as well, as long as you carefully acclimatize as you ascend, and have the willpower to summit.
The wildlife and national parks of Tanzania steal away all the limelight, but the country’s beaches are also known to be equally magical. Tanzania is surrounded by islands that offer sleepy villages steeped in centuries-old culture and Swahili traditions and the powdery beaches that simply blow you away. An example of such would be the well known islands of Zanzibar. Vivid sunrises let you wake up to magical sights and sailing in a wooden dhow lets you forget all about your fast-paced lifestyle and day-to-day stress.