Tanzania is among the
few countries in the world endowed with such a vast range
of tourist attractions. Tanzania has 13 national parks,
29 game reserves, 40 controlled conservation areas and marine
parks that are located in the Northern and Southern parts
of the country. More than 25% of Tanzania’s land area
of about one million square kilometers is covered with magnificent
game reserves and national parks.
Tanzania is also a home
to Mt. Kilimanjaro, commonly referred to as the Roof of
Africa. Kilimanjaro rises 5963 metres (about 19563 feet)
above sea level. It is the tallest mountain in Africa and
the tallest free-standing mountain in the world. The breathtaking
natural beauty of Mt. Kilimanjaro inspired the legendary
author Ernest Hemingway to camp at its slopes and wrote
one of his famous novels “Snows of Mt. Kilimanjaro.”
The miles long silver sand beaches and the rich historical
site of the spicy islands of Zanzibar are yet another attraction
that Tanzania is blessed with.
It is blessed with unparalleled
scenic beauty,Comfortable Weather and excellent year-round
It has also got a great tropical climate, so unique and
adventurous The wildland remains beautiful because it is
conserved purposely for tourism.