4×4 Safari Car Rental in Tanzania – Self-drive Adventures in East Africa
Tanzania is such a large country in the eastern part of Africa measuring about 364,945 sq mi in size by area. Yes this article is going to give you a travel guide to Tanzania, but if I say that it will give all the information about Tanzania, there I will be wrong. But what am sure it will provide all the information you will need when planning a trip to Tanzania.
As I said earlier Tanzania is a vast country and blessed with a variety of interesting tourist attractions in all its corners.
Planning to visit Tanzania is a perfect choice most especially for wildlife lovers since the country is blessed with a lot of wildlife species in its national parks and game reserves. Tanzania will not accommodate only wildlife lovers but still the culture lovers who would like to explore more about the African culture and visit different culture attractions can find Tanzania an amazing country.
When it comes to mountaineering, still Tanzania is a perfect destination for those who would love to climb mountains since its home to several mountains like the Mount Kilimanjaro, mount Meru, Mount Rungwe among others.
If we to talk about wildlife in Tanzania, among the several wildlife species you can’t miss on your safari to Tanzania is the mammals. The country is hone to almost 20% of the Africa’s large mammals in its different game reserves, marine parks, conservation areas and in its 17 national parks.
Tanzania is the main wildlife watching country in the continent and the main wildlife watching park is the Serengeti National Park which is also one of the largest parks in the country found in the northern park. The park is famous for it’s annual wildebeest migration which is even considered at one of the world’s nature wonders.
Wildlife parks and game reserve of Tanzania takes about 38% of the total land area of the country and they also consist of wetlands and animals tend to be closer to the wetlands more especially the water loving animals like; waterbuck, hippopotamus, warthog, crocodile, elephant, sitatunga and also the water birds for example ducks and flamingoes.
National Parks and wildlife reserves in Tanzania
Tanzania is such a large country in the eastern part of Africa measuring about 364,945 sq mi in size by area.