Covering 30 percent of its land with National Parks, Tanzania is considered as one of the uniquely structured geography in the world. It has Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest single free standing mountain in the world, with 19,341 ft above sea level and about 16,000 ft high from plateau base. Kilimanjaro is a large stratovolcano formed of 3 volcanic cones; Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira. Mount Kilimanjaro with Mount Meru, attracts thousands of tourists every year with its natural beauty and abundant flora and fauna.
It’s a pleasure for eyes to witness the migration of millions of wildebeest towards Serengeti National Park every year. Besides the park you can find “The cradle of mankind”, where the oldest hominid fossils are found. Ngorongoro crater located in the same place is considered one of the worlds wonder, where you can take a memorable game drive with kids.
A large plateau covers the centre of Tanzania with grassland and National parks on the south and north. The climate ranges from hot and humid on the coastal parts and temperate on the other parts of the country. With 2 rainy seasons; Tanzania has a long and heavy rain from March to May and a shorter and lighter rain from November to January.
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