Impressive herds of elephants and the largest concentration of animals in Tanzania outside the Serengeti.
In Tanzania there are approximately 45 million people in an area of 946,000 km2 whose capital is Dodoma. Its official languages are English and Swahili, although it has more than 120 ethnic groups with their own dialects. Travelling to Tanzania is flying towards your roots, because here is the Ol Duvai Gorge, also known as the cradle of humanity, where arqueological remains for understanding the evolution of our ancestors were found. In Tanzania you can snorkel in the coral reefs of Zanzibar, a safari into the Ngorongoro Crater or get lost in the plains of the Serengeti. In either case the feeling is more like being in paradise.
In Tanzania, the parks that deserve special mention for its high concentration of wildlife are listed below, but we can not forget other equally important national parks such as Katavi and Mikumi, Selous Game Reserve...
Broad meadows around the lake, where climbing lions live in harmony.
Land of the Bushmen, the last corner of the planet.
A hidden gem near the city of Arusha.
The biggest complete crater in the world, the cradle of mankind.
Anyone can go to the Serengeti, and does not, is crazy.
The largest lake in Africa
The salt lake of red waters with the active volcano Ol Donyo Lengai as a backdrop.