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Tanzania, safaris and WHS

Posted by on October 30, 2014

Wanted to go to Africa and go on Safari, but not been able to decide on where? Well why not take the chance to visit the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania?
This is a unique “UNESCO World Heritage Site” – these types of sites are so exceptional that their importance transcends national boundaries and are of importance for all humanity.
This site is just one of just 981 World Heritage Sites across the world and is largest unbroken, un-flooded volcanic caldera in the world (cauldron like volcanic feature – which is not the same as a crater). Because of this it is just like a natural wildlife enclosure and has been labelled a conservation area, protecting numerous animal species including a large population of Lions. So not only can you say you’ve visited this wonder, but you’ll also see several animal species including the “Big Five”!
Whilst in Tanzania you may even catch the Wildebeest migration where over 2 million wildebeest travel across the Maasai Mara and Serengeti National Parks in Kenya/Tanzania annually.