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Are you thinking of planning something adventurous for 2021? Then Tanzania is your place to go! This African country is the hub of adventures, from wildlife safaris to mountain trekking and deep-sea diving. Tanzania has it all!

 

  1. Climbing Kilimanjaro via the Machame Route

Kilimanjaro climbing is one of the most popular ways to experience adventure. It is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Most of the Kilimanjaro hikers choose this route due to the exciting views combining a variety of territories. There are some who take greater risk by climbing from the western breach route, which is not the safest. This route is the most technically challenging to reach the mount. It requires a technical level of fitness before trying.

Kilimanjaro’s snowy mountain peak is one of the most memorable and picturesque views you will remember for the rest of your life.

 

  1. The Thrilling Serengeti Safari Camp

The camp offers an exclusive chance to view the iconic wildebeest migration. It shadows the migration and is completely safe so that the visitors can get as close as possible to the migration. It is a normal mobile tented camp that stretches all across the season, encompassing the grassy plains to the rolling wooded hills, all within the boundaries of the park. The camp changes location every few weeks but not during your stay. Camp arrangements are pre-planned to make sure that you are within reach of the wildebeest migration, but this cannot be the case always because the weather conditions can be unpredictable.

 

 

  1. Swimming with The Shark in Mafia Island

Many people visit Mafia island purely for its diving, which is considered one of the best in East Africa. The biggest attraction for adventure seekers is the Resident whale sharks. These sharks grab attention from travelers all around the world. The Best months to go include October to March, in which you can dive into the depths of the oceans and swim amongst nature's beautiful creations. Swimming with the magnanimous sharks is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

 

  1. Horse Safari in Northern Tanzania

Taking a horse ride safari has contained a next-level excitement and experience. The Kaskazi horse safari in Northern Tanzania is directed by skilled & professionally accomplished guides, continually pushing for a stimulating adventure. Their ride tours include three popular Tanzania spots:

  1. a) Serengeti Migration Ride

Ride beside the largest mammal migration, the world-renowned wildebeest migration!

  1. b) Natron Flamingo Ride

A stunning vision with thousands of breeding flamingoes

  1. c) Kilimanjaro Elephant Ride

This ride could be dangerous but is worth going to as it gives you a chance to see the large herd of elephants.

 

  1. The Exhilarating Self-Drive at The Ngorongoro Crater

A self-drive safari is a sense of freedom and rash that you can't get on a traditional guided tour. Nothing compares to the tingle of hitting the wide-open road searching for extraordinary wildlife. Going to the Ngorongoro Crater is an adventure seeker gold! The experience of standing at the edge of the crater and looking at the expanse below is unexplainable!

 

  1. Deep-Sea Fishing in the Indian Ocean

The waters adjoining the island of Pemba, Mafia, and Zanzibar, and Dar es Salaam, offer several exciting opportunities to sharpen your fishing skills against some of the toughest fish. The boats are fully equipped with everything, but feel free to carry personal supplies such as fly fishing, spinning gear, and light tackle. Getting on a boat as the dawn peaks and sailing through the rough waves of the water is a lifetime experience!

 

So, what are you waiting for? Head over to Tanzania and experience adventure like never before! While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the Expert Guide on Selous Game Reserve.

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