Kilimanjaro, known as the rooftop of Africa, hosts thousands of visitors annually for the incredible opportunity to experience nature and it's beauty.
Other great hiking await you such as Mt. Meru and Ol Doinyo Lengai is the only active volcano in Tanzania.
Explore more of Tanzania in the Parres, Usambaras or Udzungwa regions which offer authentic trekking through rain-forests, which are considered the Galapagos of plant life, hosting endemic species not seen elsewhere in the world.
Tanzania has an incredible array of wildlife,
home to 20 percent of Africa’s large mammal population with a quarter of its surface area given over to national parks and conservation areas.
With over 1100 recorded species of bird life there is probably no better place to undertake a game viewing safari in all of Africa.
Follow the Great Migration through the Serengeti, track chimpanzees in their natural habitat in Gombe Stream or Mahale Mountains National Parks or take a boat safari in Selous past lazy hippos with an array of wildlife watching from the shores
Tanzania is surrounded with over 1400 km of pristine coastline of pure white sand and unspoiled beaches, all lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
The culturally and historically significant islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia are unique and memorable destinations in themselves. Perfect for honeymoons, family, diving, snorkeling or relaxing holidays.
For those who enjoy fishing, Tanzania is also home to Lake Victoria, the second largest freshwater body in world, the second deepest in Lake Tanganyika.