Best Destinations for Nature Lovers in Tanzania

Nature Lovers in Tanzania
Kikuletwa Hotsprings swimming basin in Tanzania | © Svanhild Hoynes

You are a nature lover and want to discover Tanzania’s most beautiful sceneries, most beautiful national parks, wildlife and beaches? Find inspiration for the best nature holidays in Tanzania, in the highlands of Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain or at the Zanzibar Archipelago or have a city break in the beautiful and lush areas of Lake Tanganyika.

Kilimanjaro Mountain

Kilimanjaro Mountain
Kilimanjaro Mountain, the highest mountain in Africa | © عزیزی محمدامین

Situated in the Mount Kilimanjaro National Park in north east of Tanzania, Kilimanjaro Mountain displays geographically diverse landscapes. Nature lovers here are lost in exquisite harmony with the natural and spiritual nature of its settlements. Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in the Africa at 20,000 feet. Tap into the true spirit of adventure, claim the opportunity to rise above it all. You like adventures in nature? Kilimanjaro Region is made for you!

Tarangire National Park

tarangire national park
Elephants at the Tarangire National Park | © Kamau John

The Tarangire National Park is home to hundreds of elephants, lush and rolling hills. Watching and observing the behaviours of the elephants is an unforgettable experience that will forever stir your soul. At Tarangire, earth laughs in nature and wildlife. Authentic African safari and a lot more!

Zanzibar Archipelago

Zanzibar Archipelago
Zanzibar, Tanzania | © MOZA ACKROYD

Discover pristine nature more than you have ever learnt from books Zanzibar is considered to be the most sought-after place for a romantic getaway in Africa. The Zanzibar Archipelago is simply catalogue of landscapes ideal for island hopping. There are not many places in the world where you can enjoy exquisitely clear waters while perched on the rim of the Indian Ocean. One of the most beautiful collection of islands in the world. Home to some of the most beautiful beaches on earth, a trip to Zanzibar is simply sun, sea and satisfaction. A dream holiday for everyone!

Serengeti National Park

nature lovers destination Serengeti National Park Tanzania
Photo: Courtesy of Alex G Perez / @agpfoto

The Serengeti National Park is where nature and wildlife meet. The park landscape is dominated by thousands square kilometres of grassland plains, savanna, riverine forest, and woodlands. Serengeti wildebeest migration is arguably the greatest show on earth. At Serengeti park, tourists have the chance to meet the Africa’s most iconic wildlife – the Big Five game; lions, leopards, elephants, African buffalo, and rhinoceroses. An awe-inspiring sights for safari-goers and nature lovers. There is a wide range of accommodation options for tourists to stay in the Serengeti Ecosystem.

Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika
Lake Tanganyika, an African Great Lake | © Vitalii Khoptii

Lake Tanganyika is the longest fresh water lake in the world, the lake features islands and diverse wildlife including crocodiles. A walk along the lake will make you feel as if you are walking on water, all in one of the world’s most beautiful scenery. Wilderness is not a luxury here, just nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s have a party!’

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Animals feeding at the lush Ngorongoro grounds | © Ngorongoro Conservation Area

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area sure lives up to its lofty expectations as a haven for wildlife. Home to the vast, volcanic Ngorongoro Crater and exotic wild creatures. Discover the beauty of nature and pleasure, it’s one of the most visited destinations in Africa.

Kikuletwa Hotsprings

Nature Lovers in Tanzania
Kikuletwa Hotsprings swimming basin in Tanzania | © Svanhild Hoynes

This hot spring and swimming hole in Tanzania is a hidden gem. A beautiful location for swimming, fun and games. And the locals are friendly and accommodating. Relaxation in intact nature.

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