If there was ever a place where the circle of life existed, it's Tanzania... It's where all the wildlife imaginable exist in some form of harmony. Tanzania is where lions have no problems finding lunch, where wild hyenas wait for lions to finish in order to take over the feast, and where vultures come to clean up whatever is left. Tanzania is the only place you'll be able to see huge herds of elephants, wildebeest, giraffes, zebra, lions, wild dogs, and flamingos roam freely! This is possible because 28% of Tanzania has been designed as National Parks, which means the wildlife within this area is completely protected. However, due to the fact that the animals aren't really in captivity, it would be best to have a guide to see them in the wild. There are a good number of luxury Tanzania travel packages you can choose to take you to the very heart of where you want to go. Their expertise will keep you safe while providing you with a lifetime of wonderful memories of Tanzania.
As it pertains to ecosystems, Africa has three areas that collectively represent one of the most important ecosystems in the world! These three areas are Ngorongoro Crater, The Serengeti, and The Masai Mara. The three areas, which combined become one region is said to inhabit over three million large animals!
Although Tanzania is known most for its wildlife, there are other attractions that make Tanzania such a fascinating and exciting destination... Even though it doesn't quite make it in the Top 10 list of the world's highest mountains, Mount Kilimanjaro aka "The Roof of Africa" is indeed the highest in the world that can be simply walked up. On the mainland coast of Tanzania, there are beautiful sandy beaches, and then there's the Archepelago Islands. Finally, there are the wonderful people who make up Tanzania! Tanzanians are a super friendly, welcoming, and incredibly interesting bunch of people who culturally speaking, have about 130 different ethnic groups. Compared to some of its neighbors, Tanzania (overall) has had a relatively peaceful history.