Tanzania Destinations/Activities

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P.O. Box 16906,
Arusha,
Tanzania,
East Africa

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Why Tanzania? - RA Safaris - Tanzania

"Safari" is a Swahili word originating in East Africa meaning a journey to the wild animals – a definition perfect for describing an East African safari, a region rich in wildlife. The fact is that there is no better place to enjoy the enriching, free moving wildlife experience than in Tanzania. The country's game viewing experiences are widely regarded as the best in Africa.

On a Tanzania Safari, one will see endless herds of wildebeest and zebras migrating across the plains, followed by predator lion, leopard, cheetah, and hyena. Tanzania is also rich in other animals including the largest population of elephant in the world, rhinoceros, giraffe, monkeys and much more. One cannot forget a wide range of bird species residing in the wild and those species that have yet to be discovered!

mt kilimanjaro guided trek

Tanzania boasts, the "Roof of Africa" - Mount Kilimanjaro, beautiful beaches, and extraordinary lakes. Adventurers that choose to trek the highest peak in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, will view the snow-capped peak and stunning views all the way to Kenya. Tanzania is in close proximity to Kenya which leads to a high degree of convenience when combining a safari exploration in Kenya with Tanzania. RA Safaris is ready for a real adventure african safari. Are you?

It was in Tanzania that Stanley uttered those famous wards – "Dr. Livingstone I presume" – when he tracked down the Scottish explorer after a long trek into the interior. Indeed, Tanzania was a magnet for Victorian explorers who made epic journeys of discovery in search of the source of the Nile. Today visitors are able to explore the country and see its remarkable seven UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural World Heritage sites (UNESCO), with none of the hardship but all of the adventure of those early pioneers.

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