Tanzania’s attractions are superlative – Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest free-standing caldera teeming with one of Africa’s densest concentrations of wildlife; Olduvai Gorge, renowned for the Leakey family’s profound discoveries of early man; and the Great Migration across the Serengeti plains, just to name a few. Tanzania delivers the best traveled experience within its prolific game parks.
For those seeking a truly wilderness experience, travel south to the immense and untouched Selous and Ruaha game preserves or visit Mahale Mountains National Park at Lake Tanganyika, home to the world’s largest population of chimpanzees. Easily combinable with Kenya, a Tanzania safari can wrap up with a beach getaway to the spice island of Zanzibar.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the crown of Africa. Mount Kilimanjaro is the continents highest peak, and one of Africa’s most magnificent sight. The highest freestanding mountain in the world, rising from cultivated farmlands, through lush rain-forest to alpine meadows, and at last in between lunar landscape up to the twin summits of Kibo (5895 m) and Mawenzi (5149 m) peaks.
The view of this majestic mountain’s gigantic snow-capped summit dome, rising high above the surrounding savannah is the one of Africa’s classic images. At 5896 metes (19,344 ft), Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, and one of the highest volcanoes in the world, attracting trekkers and climbers from every corner of the world.
Mount Kilimanjaro is a place of myth and folklore. Located 200 miles (325 km) from the equator, the mountain defies logic with its crown of ice. Climbing Kilimanjaro does not require any technical skills or special equipment, just some physical fitness and determination. People from all walks of life, from a 7 year old child to an 85 year old man, have successfully summited. But the challenge should not be taken lightly. You need to understand what lies ahead. Rest assured, you will find the answers to all your questions here - at Viber Tours and Safaris