Tag: TZ – Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Tap heritage resources, AWHF urges Tanzania; Zephania Ubwani; The Citizen

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Tanzania should ensure heritage resources benefits its economy…

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Oldest hominins of Olduvai Gorge persisted across changing environments; EurekAlert

Olduvai (now Oldupai) Gorge, known as the Cradle of Humankind, is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Tanzania, made famous by Louis and Mary Leakey. New interdisciplinary field work has led to the discovery of the oldest archaeological site in Oldupai Gorge as reported in Nature Communications, which shows that early human used a wide diversity of habitats amidst environmental changes across a 200,000 year-long period.

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I visited the 3,200-mile volcanic crater considered Africa’s ‘eighth wonder of the world’ to see if it actually lives up to the hype; Harrison Jacobs; Business Insider

On a recent safari in Tanzania, I visited the volcanic crater of Ngorongoro, a basin called the “Eden of Africa.” Here’s what it was like.

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How to Book the Best Safari in Tanzania; Jacqueline Gifford; Travel + Leisure

Tanzania – Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Nothing can top the romance and magic of a safari in Tanzania, a destination marked by its rolling hills and expansive plains, and home to elephants, wildebeest, zebra, lions, and more. Indeed, this East African country has a remarkable diversity of wildlife, seen up close in the stunning Ngorongoro Crater, home to some 25,000 species; in the Serengeti National Park, renowned for its annual migration of nearly two million wildebeest; and Tarangire National Park.

On our nine-day Northern Tanzania trip, part of Travel + Leisure’s bookable vacation program with luxury outfitter Butterfield and Robinson, you’ll get a chance to experience all of three of these places. We’ve combined traditional safari game drives with exciting nature walks (rather than standard driving-only safaris), allowing you far more time and access to up-close wildlife encounters. There are plenty of opportunities to spot the endangered black rhino, bull elephants, and the majesty of migrating wildebeest along the way.

Our editors have vetted this entire itinerary, and even selected a special activity for you: an evening game drive in Tarangire National Park.

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Top 10 best things to see and do in Tanzania; The Luxury Travel Expert

Tanzania – Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Tanzania is one of Africa’s and the planet’s most beautiful and exciting travel destinations and a trip to this country should be on the bucket list of every traveller.

Tanzania offers something for everyone, from climbing the famous Mount Kilimanjaro and observing spectacular wildlife in the Serengeti to exploring the labyrinthine alleys of Stone Town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and relaxing on the exotic Indian Ocean beaches of Zanzibar.

I consider a journey through Tanzania one of the 10 most epic trips one can make in a lifetime. The country is also a magnet for discerning travellers since it boasts some of the best accommodations in the world. To help you plan your next holiday to Tanzania, I have compiled a list with my 10 preferred things to see & do in this stunning African nation.

10. HIKE IN THE RAINFOREST’S CANOPY AT LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK

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