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What are the natural wonders of Tanzania?

What are the natural wonders of Tanzania?

What are the natural wonders of Tanzania?

What are the natural wonders of Tanzania? Tanzania is blessed to have natural wonders in the form of unique and undisputable tourist attractions. I can say that in east Africa, Tanzania is the best country when it comes to perfect wildlife viewing in the wild. Its beauty doesn’t rest on the wildlife, but the country also has an unmatchable culture, beautiful landscapes, and various species of birds, which have made the country the leading tourist destination.

Tanzania has got the major 3 natural wonders, and these have provided visitors with the best safaris in the wild to encounter several species of animals, especially the big 5. Some of the big five mammals in the wild include lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, and rhinos. All these are seen in large numbers in the wildlife reserves. Simplicity and brilliance are the words that describe the wonders of the world, giving visitors an insight into the wonders of the world. In this article, I describe the best three Tanzania natural wonders in the world, which means that any person going to Tanzania’s will have to at least see all of these animals. These include;

The Serengeti National Park: This is ranked as the number 7 natural wonder of the world, and it is popular for its great wildebeest migration in the northern part of Tanzania. The Serengeti National Park is named the natural wonder of the world because of its Serengeti Great Wildebeest movement. Within this movement, more than 1.5 million wildebeest animals move across the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem each year. The weather, particularly rain, determines the movement of these great mammals, and as a result, the animals are always on the move in search of greener pastures.

The movement doesn’t just involve wildebeest alone, but rather other animals such as zebras, wildebeest, elands, and gazelles also join the movement. The movement presents an opportunity for the predators to keep waiting for the animals and also follow them wherever they go until they get the chance to feed on one of the wildebeest animals. The common predators here include the lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, and crocodiles that can be found within the rivers, and sometimes the young wildebeest are grabbed by them during such crossings.

The wildebeest migration in the Serengeti National Park happens all year round, but the visitors need to move into the park in the month when the wildebeest are in the sector they wish to join. Serengeti National Park has got the highest concentration of predators and is home to more than 3500 lions, among other animals that can be spotted. Some of the animals in the wild are difficult to hunt on foot because of the highest levels of predation.

In 2020, Serengeti National Park was acknowledged as the African leading national park during the World Travel Awards 2020. The Serengeti National Park is open all year, so you can book any safari and visit the Serengeti National Park at any time of day. The moment you step into Tannai, you will know that this is an amazing safari adventure and truly a natural wonder of the world.

The Serengeti National Park is split into sectors that include the central sector, the northern Serengeti, and the western Serengeti, and this is a very interesting and amazing adventure. Visitors who are interested in seeing different mammals in the Serengeti National Park are advised to go on game drive safaris. With this, you will encounter various mammals, including the big five animals (leopards, cheetahs, lions, and elephants), which are common in the central Serengeti National Park. The ecosystem of the Serengeti National Park is undeniable, stretching from the Ndutu in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area up to the northern part and crossing into Kenya’s Masai Mara. The ecosystems that have seen the wildebeest migration take place in such areas.

Various activities that can be carried out in the Serengeti National Park include game drive safaris, hot air balloon safaris, guided nature walks, bird-watching safaris, and others. Visitors can decide to go for the early game drive, the afternoon drive, or the evening game drive. The night game drives are done in isolated areas, especially at the edges of the Serengeti national park.

Mountain Kilimanjaro in Tanzania: This is another natural wonder of the world because it is the tallest mountain in Africa and the world’s last free-standing mountain. The mountain reaches an altitude of about 5895 meters above sea level and has peaks that are covered with snow. Visitors to Kenya’s Amboseli National Park will be able to see the Kilimanjaro Mountains. One of the natural wonders of the world, Kilimanjaro Mountain has been described as the world’s largest volcano, with Uhuru as its highest peak at 5895 meters. Some hikers have climbed this mountain to the top, and there are several established routes that one can use to climb Kilimanjaro, including the Rongai route, Shira route, Lemosho route, and Marangu route. The Tanzania National Park Authority manages this mountain.

The Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania: This is also one of the natural wonders of the world in Tanzania, and it is the only destination that offers visitors the opportunity to interface with the big five animals in the wild. This is the biggest active caldera crater in the whole world, and it harbors several species of animals, including gazers and predators. Lions, cheetahs, lions, and spotted hyenas are among the predators found in the Ngorongoro crater. The other mammals in the herd include hippos, gazelles, antelopes, wildebeests, eland, warthogs, rhinos, zebras, and others. In the Ngorongoro crater, black rhinos can be seen, and the crater is also famous for the wildebeest calving season that takes place in the Ndutu area.

As you take game drives in the Ngorongoro crater, visitors are treated to breath-taking views of nature, and the pit is also home to the Maasai people, who live alongside the untamed life species and can be seen eating their domesticated animals such as dairy cows, goats, and sheep. The Maasai are known for their unique culture and way of life, and visitors can interact with them to learn about their way of life, culture, and customs, as well as tour their traditional homes and view local expressions and specialty work. Please contact Africa Adventure Vacations for the best Tanzania safari experience as you explore Tanzania’s natural wonders.