WHY VISIT TANZANIA
Tanzania is a large compact of land in Eastern Africa lying between the Great Lakes namely Lake Victoria, Lake Manyara and Lake Nyasa together with the Indian Ocean
The Wildlife in Tanzania is so diverse that it is almost impossible to give a fair account on this wonderful heritage.
A variety of animals can be encountered in different parts of the country, especially in National Parks and Game reserves.
There are more than 15 Game and Wildlife Reserves, among which is the second world’s largest-The Selous Wildlife Reserve, it has area of (sq km) 55000 and it has found between Coast, Lindi, Morogoro, Mtwara and Ruvuma regions.
In the Northern Circuit alone, over six million wild animals and a vast numbers of birds freely roam in their natural habitats, with the world to themselves, re-enacting creation every year. No place on earth can offer wildlife so complete, with game viewing so spectacular.
Name any of Africa’s big game, such as the elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo, as well as a multitude of other carnivores and herbivores,
Tanzania has most of Africa’s big game, such as the elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo, as well as a multitude of other carnivores, herbivores and many different species of birds. You can, if your lucky,
Name any Africa’s big game, and if you cannot sight it in Tanzania, you will be the most unfortunate.
The Hunter’s big five-elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and leopard make a wonderful show along with multitudes of herbivores and carnivores in the Tanzania Game Sanctuaries.
To be precise, the country is the richest in Wildlife in the world and boasts of Africa’s biggest and best National Parks and Wildlife Reserves. Despite its poor economy, Tanzania is spending more on conservation than advanced economies such as USA’s wildlife budget.