Feeling sad that the winter has set in? That the days are short and filled with work or school? No need! Because it is a perfect excuse to start thinking about your next holiday destination! In this article we will give you 10 reasons why Tanzania is one of the Top Safari Destinations in Africa. And why it should be on your bucket list for 2020! 1. Mount Kilimanjaro Let’s start with the Roof of Africa. Mount Kilimanjaro is Tanzania’s icon and for many climbers the “Everest of Africa”. If you arrive by plane during the day, you may witness the snow-capped peak emerging from the clouds. It is the highest free standing mountain the world at 5,895 meters and one of world’s most accessible high summits. You do not have to be super fit or experienced to plan an expedition to the top. And if you can’t climb it, then drink it. 😉 2. Garden of Eden Tanzania boasts some of the largest national parks and game reserves in Africa. With Selous the size of the country Denmark and th
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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 meters) is a once in a lifetime experience. Also known as one of the world’s most accessible high summits, it attracts thousands of visitors to stand on the “Roof of Africa”. And you know what? You don’t have to be super fit, experienced or skilled to reach its snowed peak. Most climbers reach the top with little more than a walking stick, protective clothing and good preparation. And lots of determination! Even you can do it with these 7 tips before starting your expedition. 1. Best season to climb Kilimanjaro Technically, Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed year-round. However, if your travel dates are flexible you might as well choose the most favorable season: the driest and warmest months of the year, with the highest chance of clear weather. Generally, the best months to climb Kilimanjaro are January-February and September-October. However, as these are the most popular months of the year, book your trip as early as possible to ensure availability.