Tanzania Wilderness Adventure
Tanzania has a wild flair, an exotic charm, and a mystique to evoke an adventurer's imaginations. The largest country of East Africa that grounds Africa's highest point- Kilimanjaro and scattered islands of Mafia, Zanzibar, and Pemba consists of more than 120 ethnic groups.
Apart from landscapes and locals, Tanzania has rich wildlife. Some of the utterly bizarre facts about Tanzania's exotic wildlife mentioned below is bound to amaze visitors.
- Here's a list of all that you get on your Tanzania Wilderness Adventure tour-
- 1. The oldest human skull of the world, 2 million years old, discovered in the Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania forests plays a crucial role in helping us understand our evolution.
- 2. Tanzania forests are home to the largest crab in the world. The coconut crab found on the Chumbe Island of Zanzibar is also the tastiest among other crab species.
- 3. Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania has almost every type of ecological system that includes rainforests, moorland, alpine desert, an arctic summit and cultivated land.
4. The most expensive hardwood trees across the globe are found in Tanzanian forests. The African Blackwood trees or the Mpingo trees found in the Tanzanian forests makes it the favorite ground to most of the wood-product manufacturers.
- 5. One of the oldest ecosystems on the planet, the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania boasts a diversity of flora and fauna that unavailable in any other part of the world. The park has not changed a bit in over 1 million years.
- 6. The only carbonatite lava erupting volcano, the OlDoinyoLengai in the outskirts of Tanzania enriches and fertilizes the plain land with its mineral-rich remains.
7. Tanzania has an endemic leopard population. Known as the Zanzibar leopard or PantherapardusAdersi as the locals call them are assumed to be extinct.
Come, visit Tanzania and its rich wildlife. Call us or login to our website to book your Tanzania Wilderness Adventure tour of the amazing forests.