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Serengeti great migration
The Serengeti National Park
offers the absolute classic African safari setting. The migration of millions ofwildebeest and zebra starts here. The vast expanse of grasslands make the Serengeti
fantastic for spotting lion kills because you can see the whole spectacle clearly. There are mobile camps that are worth staying at because the wildlife concentrates in certain parts of the park depending on the time of year and the rains.
Mount Kilimanjaro trekking
Africa is known as one of the best destinations for adventure travel, and what can be more adventurous than hiking up the world's tallest free-standing mountain? Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro
in Tanzania, stands at 19,340 feet (5896m) and will take you 6/7 days to conquer depending on which Mt kilimanajaro route
you end up choosing.It is difficult to resist the allure of climbing Africa’s highest peak, with its snow-capped summit and views over the surrounding plains. The more exciting thing about this mountain is that anyone who is fit and determined can make it up. No special climbing equipment or expertise is needed. But there are also other rewarding ways to experience the mountain. Take a day hike on the lush lower slopes, spend time learning about local Chagga culture or sip a sundowner from one of the many vantage points that has the mountain as a
Zanzibar’s Stone Town
Whether it is your first visit or your 50th, Zanzibar’s Stone Town never loses its touch of the exotic. First, you will see the skyline, with the spires of St Joseph’s Cathedral and the Old Fort (pictured). Then, wander through narrow alleyways that reveal surprises at every turn. Linger at dusty shops scented with cloves, watch as men wearing white robe-like kanzu play the game bao, admire intricate henna designs on the hands of women in their bui-bui (black cover-all). Island rhythms quickly take over as mainland life slips away.
Wildlife galore, a snow-covered peak, fantastic beaches and Swahili ruins pale beside Tanzania’s most fascinating resource – its people. Hunt up cultural tourism programs to pound grain with the Meru at the foothills of Mt Meru
, sing with the Maasai (pictured) or learn about the burial traditions of the Pare. Hike past Sambara villages in the Usambaras
and watch a Makonde woodcarver at work in Dar es Salaam. Wherever you go, Tanzania’s rich cultures are fascinating to discover.
Chimpanzee tracking can be hard work: climbing up steep, muddy paths, stumbling over twisted roots, making your way through dense vegetation. But in an instant, the sweat is all forgotten as chimpanzees become visible in a clearing ahead. Tanzania’s remote western parks – Mahale Mountains and Gombe – are among the best places to see our primate cousins.
The Cradle of Humankind
The Cradle of Humankind in Tanzania holds the deeply buried secrets of the origins of our species,The Oldupai Gorge, located in the Ngorongoro Conservation area
in northern Tanzania, is 30 miles long and 295 feet deep. It's got nothing on the Grand Canyon, but this gorge holds a treasure chest of fossils spanning over 5 million years. Major fossil findings include Austrolopithecus Zinjanthropus (Boisei), Austrolopithecus Afarensis (like Lucy), and Homo Habilis (tool guy/handyman). The "Laetoli footprints" were perfectly preserved in a rock bed 30 miles from Oldupai. They distinctly show two upright bi-pedal hominids, out for a stroll more than 3.5 million years ago.