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Tanzania, one of Earth's last great guardians of nature, a land of extremes bejewelled with the most evocative names in Africa; the vast Serengeti, stunning stage of the great migration; magical Ngorongoro Crater, a true wonder of the world; snow-capped Kilimanjaro; the exotic island of Zanzibar fringed with white powder beaches and lapped by the Indian Ocean and so many other lesser known jewels.
Combine these vast landscapes and breath-taking scenery with one fourth of all Africa's large game animals and the largest populations of elephant, lion, hippo, cheetah, buffalo and giraffe left on Earth and it is obvious that Tanzania offers a safari experience second to none.
The National Parks of Tanzania cover a massive area of over sixteen thousand square miles where the weird and wonderful myriad of African wildlife roam free and the eye is overwhelmed with enormous vistas into forever. The two World Heritage sites of Ngorongoro Conservation are and Selous Game Reserve add another twenty-two thousand square miles of wilderness.
This is the land of the interior through which the first explorers trecked in search of the souce of the Nile