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6 interesting facts about Tanzania

Tanzania is a beautiful and exotic destination, full of surprises, adventure and unforgettable encounters with wildlife and people. Here are 6 fun facts about Tanzania that you probably did not know yet! Tanzania has the largest concentration of wildlife animals per square kilometer, with more than 4 million wild animals and representatives of 430 species and subspecies. Tanzania is the only country that has mapped out a minimum of 25% of its total land mass to wildlife parks and conservation areas. About 33% of the Tanzanian population is illiterate. Over 120 languages are spoken in Tanzania. Approximately 25,000 people attempt to summit Mount Kilimanjaro annually. Approximately two-thirds are successful (people who climb with Ajabu Adventures have even a succes rate of 95%). Altitude-related problems is the most common reason climbers turn back. The Serengeti National Park eco-system is the oldest on the planet. Want to know more interesting facts about Tanzania?  
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Lion in tree in Serengeti National Park

Why Tanzania?  Top 5 reasons

You would like to go on a private safari, climb a mountain or enjoy a relaxing beach holiday. But you are not sure which country to choose? We give you 5 reasons why Tanzania would be the perfect destination for you! 1. Serengeti The most celebrated wildlife reserves in the world. This phenomenal national park is home to one of nature’s greatest events: the migration of millions of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles. Book the Serengeti Migration and witness this incredible wildlife event. 2. Ngorongoro Crater This paradise is on Unesco’s World Hertitage list. One of the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa can be observed here on the 260 km² crater floor, like the black rhino, lions, cheetahs, elephants, buffaloes and hippos. View our Safaris & Tours for sample itineraries or contact us for a personal advice. 3. Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro appears on the usual bucket list, a dream of many. It is a real challenge to climb the highest mountain of Africa (5,895 m
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