Tanzania Safaris. Wildlife Safaris Tour Holidays to Tanzania

Where do you go on Safaris in Tanzania? When to safari in Tanzania? What are the best Tanzania safaris to do in 2023? Where is your Tanzania safari adventure? The best time to go on a Tanzania safari is in Tanzania’s most visited safari destinations. Many East African safari travelers always want to keep lasting memories of various trips through Africa. Here at Jomert Gorilla Safaris Ltd we tailor-make programs ranging from Tanzania’s wildlife safaris.

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Birding Tanzania safaris, to mountain Kilimanjaro climbing tour, Africa’s highest mountain, a luxury belt on Tanzanian beaches and sandy resorts. Tanzania truly has something for all types of vacationers. From luxurious game reserves to wildlife to luxury beaches, luxury accommodations, and great culture and food. Here are 10 reasons why you should consider your next Tanzania safaris tour vacation.

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1. Wildlife Migration

Tanzania, an unprecedented Africa, is full of incredible wildlife adventures, but one of the most fascinating places to explore is the migration of wildlife in Tanzania. A Once in a Lifetime Adventure. The Tanzania Safaris tour Experience is on the list of many Tanzanian travelers to Africa. Travelers can’t get past this surprisingly fascinating sight. A million wildebeest and zebras cross the plains of the Serengeti National Park to the Masai Mara National Reserve, crossing the Mara River filled with brave predators in search of fresh grass and water. Mass migrations of wild animals only occur in Kenya and Tanzania in the world.

This has made East Africa the premier destination for adventure safaris in Africa. Serengeti National Park is a World Heritage Site for wildlife. More than 2 million ungulates, 4,000 lions, 1,000 tigers, 550 cheetahs, and nearly 500 bird species occupy an area of ​​approximately 15,000 square kilometers. Go on a safari in Tanzania and explore the endless Serengeti plains filled with trees and cobji where majestic lions rule the kingdom. Marvel at the majestic migrations of wildlife or spot the elusive tiger in the river forest. Or maybe you’ll see it all from a bird’s eye view and fly over the plains of dawn on a hot air balloon safari. Accommodation options are offered in all price ranges – the lion’s roar at night is free.

2. Mount Kilimanjaro – Tanzania Hiking Safaris

Over the rolling hills and plateaus of northern Tanzania stands the snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro. Glistening in clouds rising over the slopes and glaciers. Located near the town of Moshi. Mount Kilimanjaro is a protected area and has been carefully organized so that mountaineers can enjoy it without leaving a trace of its existence. Mountain ecosystems are extraordinarily beautiful because they are varied and diverse.

On the lower slopes of the mountains, coffee, bananas, cassava, and corn are grown primarily for subsistence and sale for cash. There are still some large coffee plantations on the lower slopes. But many areas outside the national park are divided into smaller plots. Once in the park, lowland jungles cover the plains and when the air starts to rave, they sneak into alpine meadows. The landscape near the top is steep and barren, with rocks and ice mostly on top of the breathtaking African landscape.

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is a highlight of the experience for most visitors to Tanzania. Few mountains can claim the scenic grandeur of Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, the Rift Valley, and the Masai grasslands of Kilimanjaro.

The hike to the continent’s highest point, the 5,896 meters high “African surface”, is an unforgettable adventure. Especially when things go right, anyone from experienced hikers to novice enthusiasts can scale the snow-capped peaks. For more information, see the “Climbing” section of “What to do”.

3. Zanzibar Island – Tanzania Beach Holiday Safaris

What better way to go on a safaris tour in Tanzania than to spend time relaxing on the sandy beaches of Zanzibar? Also known as Spice Island, Zanzibar has brought many travelers from other countries. Since time immemorial: Arabs, Persians, Chinese, Indians, and many others have made their way to this island. He set sail for – Zanzibar.

Any safaris trip to Tanzania must visit this stone city – Zanzibar to explore the spice markets and beautiful Arabian architecture. If diving is your skill, learn to dive at one of the many dive centers that local resorts are proud of.

The sea around the island is very clear and is home to a wide variety of marine life, especially for those who love swimming. It attracts many travelers to the remote islands of Zanzibar.

Plan a visit to Zanzibar with Jomert Gorilla Safaris  and take you to all the attractions of Tanzania.

4. Food

Tanzanian cuisine is a mix of traditional African cuisine, especially along the coast and in Zanzibar, with a strong Arab / Indian influence. Surrounded by the sea, Zanzibar is known for its seafood and most hotels in the region offer a wide selection of fresh fish menus. Visit the Stone Town Night Food Market for a perfect dining experience. This bustling market offers a wide variety of delicious food and you need to get to know the locals and the culture.

5. Premium accommodation options

Tanzania Unmatched Africa offers visitors a Tanzania safari with a variety of accommodation options. Ranging from the budget, and mid-range to luxury. Tanzania luxury safaris tour experiences have four seasons in Serengeti. For those looking for a true Tanzania safari experience. There are camps like Beyond Serengeti Under Canvas and Selous Serena Camp. For honeymooners and couples, Zanzibar is home to many luxury resorts such as Hideaway or Nungui.

6. Masai people (Masai culture)

The East African Masai live in semi-arid and arid regions along the Great Rift Valley of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are known for their special red cloth called chukka and their highly energetic habits.

They openly welcome Tanzanian safari visitors to the area, experiencing their culture and way of life firsthand. Making it an almost unforgettable Tanzania cultural safari experience. The Maasai have an enchanting dance they perform for their visitors which many travelers love, especially those who have seen it in videos and photos.

After a wildlife migration adventure, the Maasai are always the next option before leaving the Serengeti and Masai Mara plains for Zanzibar. In pursuit of the best cultural tours of Tanzania, the Masai are always the first and the last clue to the culture of Tanzania.

7. Tanzania Wildlife Safaris and Bird Watching Tour

Tanzania is Africa’s most concentrated animal diversity and offers the best wildlife safari in Africa. For this reason, Tanzania is called Africa and the country is home to over 1000 species of birds.

Tanzania is home to some of the world’s most treasured national parks and game reserves. Home to thousands of different species, from African elephants to antelopes and minions. The Selous Game Reserve is one of the largest game reserves in the world. Home to over 120,000 African elephants, 160,000 African buffaloes, and over 2,000 rhinos. Selous National Park is home to the largest population of hippos, crocodiles, and wild dogs and the most populous in the world. More than 2 million ungulates, 4,000 lions, 1,000 tigers, 550 cheetahs, and around 500 bird species are listed. Known as a World Heritage Site for wildlife in an area of ​​nearly 15,000 square kilometers. Don’t forget Serengeti National Park.

Check out over 30 Tanzania safaris and dive into Tanzania’s national parks and reserves for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Jomert Gorilla Safaris design a customized, self-contained Tanzania Safari Tour in Tanzania, which relaxes and ends in Unguja Island.

8. Ngorongoro Crater – Tanzania Adventure Safaris

The crown jewel of Tanzania is the Ngorongoro Crater in the Ngorongoro Reserve. This is the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world. Its impressive wildlife habitat makes the craters a “must-see” when visiting on a safaris tour in Tanzania. The crater wall backdrop provides great photo opportunities as you watch the animals roam the crater floor meadows to the lake.

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