Tanzania Safari Facts

Tanzania Safari Facts


Many such Tanzania Facts will simply amaze you and inspire you to plan your exciting Tanzania Safari Tours. We have listed some of the most important and fascinating facts about this country below:

Top 10 Tanzania Facts:
  1. “Tanzania is the land of many cultures and many surprises. The facts about various national parks, beaches and animal species will simply take your breath away”
  2. Nearly 30 Percent of Tanzania Is National Parks among the most exciting Tanzania Facts is that the country possess some of the best national parks in the world. Among these, the Serengeti National Park is one of the most famous and best-loved parks.

  3. The Great Migration Sees Over 2 Million Animals Travel Across The Plains
  4. Another interesting Tanzania factis that in the Great Wildebeest Migration sees over 1.5 million wildebeest, as well asgazelle, and zebra make their way through the grasslands of Tanzania and Kenya in search of the meadow.

  5. Lake Tanganyika Is The Second Largest Lake In The World
  6. On Tanzania Safari Tours you must visit the Lake Tanganyika which is one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world by volume and depth. It considerably comes second only to Lake Baikal in Siberia.

  7. Baobab Trees Can Easily Live 1,000 Years
  8. Interestingly the Baobabs which are a stunning and attractive tree can be seen in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park and as another Tanzania Safari Facts; these trees can live over 1,000 years or longer. The oldest one, found in South Africa, is believed to be a surprising 6,000 years old.

  9. Another Interesting Fact About Tanzania is that the largest crab in the world, the coconut crab is found here. It is also seemingly one of the tastiest crabs in the world.
  10. Of the Fun Facts about Tanzania did you know that Freddie Mercury, the famous late songwriter and vocalist for the rock band ‘Queen’ was born in Zanzibar, Tanzania?
  11. Home to the OlDoinyo Lengai, the Serengeti is the only place where carbonate lava erupting volcano which is currently active can be found.
  12. It is said that Tanzania is one of the last remaining places when the possibility of discovering a new species still exists. A new monkey, the kipunji, was discovered here in the year 2003, and is extremely rare with a population of only about one thousand animals.
  13. There are over 120 different African tribal groups in Tanzania. The Sukumais the largest group living in the north-western part of the country, south of Lake Victoria.
  14. An interesting Tanzania Facts for Kids is that the world’s oldest human settlements have been found in Tanzania. The site is called Olduvai Gorge.
  15. Tanzania Tribe Safari suggests that the Best Time to Visit Tanzania is mostly the dry summer season from June-September. Our detailed Safari Packing List Tanzania will help you get all the right items on your trip. The Tanzania Safari Cost includes national park fees, meals, domestic transfers, and safari staff fees. You can tip these staffs at the end of safari as they take care of every aspect of your trip including Tanzania Food.

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