Tanzania voted best safari country in Africa

The United republic of Tanzania has been voted ad the best safari country in Africa on a recent poll conducted by a Dutch based safari booking website known as the “Safaribooking.com”.

SafariBookings.com conducted an in-depth analysis of 3,061 reviews of safari tourists and acclaimed experts and concluded that both have voted Tanzania as the best safari country of Africa.

Over the past two years a distinctive SafariBookings taskforce searched for those who have been on safari and invited them to write a review. As a result, over 1,000 people from 53 nationalities wrote more than 2,300 user reviews.

The overall average rating of Tanzania in both the user and expert reviews is 4.8 out of 5 stars: the highest score of all 8 major safari countries.

Why Tanzania was voted as the best safari destination in Africa?

  1. Superb wildlife viewing in top-class parks. Two are Unesco World Heritage Sites.
  2. The annual great migration where over 2.5 million wildebeest and zebra migrate from Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.
  3. Authentic African wilderness with unfenced parks, dirt roads and endless plains.
  4. A wide range of budget, mid-range and luxury safari options.
  5. Beach holiday extensions on Zanzibar Island, including kite-surfing.
  6. Best chimp tracking of Africa in Gombe- and Mahale Mountains National Park.
  7. Extend your safari holiday by climbing Africa’s highest mountain; Mount Kilimanjaro.
  8. Direct flights from abroad make the northern and southern safari circuits easily accessible.
  9. Politically stable and generally safe country.

For more information kindly visit;

http://travel.cnn.com/tanzania-voted-best-country-watch-african-animals-run-wild-182326

http://www.safaribookings.com/blog/2

 

 

1)      Superb wildlife viewing in top-class parks. Two are Unesco World Heritage Sites.

2)      The annual great migration where over 2.5 million wildebeest and zebra migrate from Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.

3)      Authentic African wilderness with unfenced parks, dirt roads and endless plains.

4)      A wide range of budget, mid-range and luxury safari options.

5)      Beach holiday extensions on Zanzibar Island, including kite-surfing.

6)      Best chimp tracking of Africa in Gombe- and Mahale Mountains National Park.

7)      Extend your safari holiday by climbing Africa’s highest mountain; Mount Kilimanjaro.

8)      Direct flights from abroad make the northern and southern safari circuits easily accessible.

9)      Politically stable and generally safe country.