Monday, March 7, 2011

My Tanzania Honeymoon Adventure

With a personal cook accompanying each safari, the camper enjoys cuisine far above that of ordinary camp-style food. Night time safety is assured as the campsites are located within special, private sections of some Tanzania’s most magnificent parks. The enchanting sounds of the Tanzanian night and the comfort of a spacious tent make the nights a time of wonder and peaceful sleep. Escape this winter’s chilly weather and travel to Africa for a safari so memorable it will stay with you for the rest of your life. With warm and humid weather, Tanzania is the perfect destination for your African adventure. Tanzania is home to iconic landscapes such as the Serengeti Plains, Ngorongoro Crater and the world famous Mount Kilimanjaro.

The Tarangire’s sweeping grasslands, acacia forests, and floodplains offer a plethora of habitats for a diverse variety of wild game.

With spectacular mountains in the distance, movie-set photos are a cinch, even for the amateur photographer. The two safaris outlined here are among the many offered on a honeymoon safari.  A Tanzania safari can be tailored to fit the novice traveler or the veteran safari-goer. Personal cooks are included in all safari packages and accommodations range from comfortable camping expeditions to luxury lodges with a swimming pool.

When deciding on the perfect time of year to plan your Tanzania safari adventure, it must be kept in mind that the climate and geography of this country is quite diverse. The coastal regions are characterized by warm and humid conditions while the interior is much cooler but still humid.

It's easy to see that even though you may be living in the wild, you will still be able to experience a Tanzania safari in style and comfort. While you will enjoy the visions of all the wildlife that is present here, you can also enjoy a relaxing day on the beach, or a delightful dinner at a nearby restaurant. For a special Tanzania safari, you may want to consider Tarangire National Park. This is one of the less visited areas of Tanzania, but certainly not one to ignore. Large numbers of elephants and buffalo can be found here, along with many of the main predatory animals found throughout Africa, and over 500 species of birds.

Other points of interest for a Tanzania safari include the Serengeti, Ruaha National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Selous Game Reserve, Zanzibar, Saadani National Reserve, and Tarangire National Park. Guests (couples, family or groups) enjoy the exclusive use of a Land Rover / Cruiser.  The vehicles have large roof hatches for optimum wildlife viewing and photography opportunities.  Attractive, well-maintained lodges at scenic locations enhance the traveling experience.