Mount Kilimanjaro truly is a sight to behold. Rising up from the surrounding savannah plains, visible from many miles away there is a free standing massive mountain capped in snow, even though it is only 300 kilometers south of the equator.
The number one Natural Travel Wonder of the World is the Migration which takes place on the Northern Parks Circuit and adjoining parks
Zanzibar is an archipelago consisting of some 25 islands off the east coast of the Tanzanian mainland with Unjuja being the main island, however most tourists refer to the main island as Zanzibar itself and that names seems to have stuck with the foreigners.
Selous Game Reserve covers over 50,000 square kilometers in southern Tanzania near to the coast and it is the largest game reserve in Africa.
The Okavango Delta is in the country of Botswana and is the largest inland delta in the world covering an area roughly the size of Puerto Rico or 3 times the size of Prince Edward Island.
Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall on the planet dropping one million liters of water per second down 108 meters across a width of 1.7 km.
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Whats Up! Featured Video The Maasai People Did You Know? A high infant mortality rate among the Maasai has led to babies not truly being recognised until they reach the age of 3. For Maasai living a traditional life, the end of life is virtually without ceremony and the dead are left out for scavengers. [...]
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