Quick Links about Tanzania
Tanzania, a gloriously wild panorama is still here. The comfortable weather and unparalleled scenic beauty with roads that run through it, littered with campgrounds and lodges, excellent year-round wildlife viewing; flocks of flamingos, silent families of giraffes, noisy packs of wild dogs, lions with no trouble finding lunch; zebras roaming around waiting for sunset, large herds of elephants and wildebeests, vultures waiting to clean for the lions to hunt again, so unique and adventurous.
The wild land remains beautiful because it is conserved purposely for tourism. A large portion of Tanzania is set aside as national parkland - from Serengeti in the north, which sweeps calm and virgin from neighbouring Kenya's Masai Mara park, to Selous in the south, with its long adventures. Geographically, Ngorongoro Crater is protected by nature, more still, by permit, it wins in safety. Its steep walls create a separate ecosystem with lots of animals and this is because of the protection Ngorongogoro has. Given the fact that these animals are wild, the best way to see them is on a guided tour ( you can't go on your own to Ngorongoro crater!). If you want to be the most adventurous traveller then you must choose to go with a guide. You will benefit most.