Tanzania is a renowned Safari country located in Eastern Africa. Tanzania has substantial wilderness in her areas, and the scenery of Tanzania is dramatic and joyful for all Safari lovers. Two of the most popular areas of Tanzania are Serengeti and Kilimanjaro National Park. As a Safari lover, I have been to Tanzania many times, and every time, I feel I unique experience of wilderness in the country.
There is enormous biodiversity in Serengeti; the park possesses over 300 species of mammals and over 500 bird species. Serengeti is also famous for predators, mainly cheetahs, elephants, lions, and leopards. It has over 3000 lions and 1000 leopards, which makes it among the largest parks for predators. Serengeti is considered among the seven wonders of Africa. The utter vastness of Serengeti makes its wilderness unique and attractive from all other wilder areas. The substantial diversity of animals and birds in amazing Serengeti makes it the most abundant ecosystem in the Globe. There are more than 500 species of birds that exist in the Park. These include grey-breasted spurfowl, Fischer's lovebird, grey-chested helmet shrike, and the list goes on and on. Serengeti also hosts The Great Migration. Around 2 million wildebeests, including lions, zebra, gazelle, eland, and impala, traverse from the Southern plains of Serengeti and moves to Kenya's Maasai Mara.
Mount Kilimanjaro is by far the highest mountain in Africa. In terms of standing-free mountains, Kilimanjaro is the highest on the Globe. It is 5,895 meters high above sea level. Kilimanjaro has volcanic cones, such as Kibo, Shira, and Mawenzi. Hike to Kilimanjaro is very famous and offers a unique experience to travel hikers. Its hike is also considered to be easiest because it stands on its own. The animals found in Kilimanjaro are Colobus monkeys, white-necked monkeys, four striped monkeys, blue monkeys, and bush babies. Mount Kilimanjaro is famous among tourists for hiking and climbing.
Tanzania is a mixture of Arab and African cultures, and the common language is Swahili. We can see diversity in the culture of Tanzania. People from Asia, such as India, also have their communities in Tanzania. The Maasai people also live in Tanzania with their incredible old traditions and culture.