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Traveling Destinations in Tanzania

Tanzania is a sprawling country spread out over 364,898 square miles (945,203 km). For political and administrative purposes the country is divided into twenty six different regions but for a visitor to Tanzania on an African safari holiday, a Tanzania honeymoon or a simple Tanzania beach holiday it is more helpful to think of the country in terms of its three major travel areas.

Northern Circuit – Northern Tanzania is home to many of the things that have made Tanzania such a popular place to visit – the sprawling Serengeti that is home to so many animals and forms of flora and fauna, the amazing to behold Ngorongoro crater, a natural wonder that has a denser population of wildlife than anywhere else in Africa and of course the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.

Western and Southern Circuit – Much of these regions are still very much unspoiled and larges areas are even almost completely unexplored. However as they gain reputation as some of the best wilderness regions on the continent then more and more visitors is discovering its treasures. The amazing Selous Game Reserve offers the chance to get up close to some of the world's most extraordinary selection of wildlife while the Gombe Stream National Park is one of the last natural chimpanzee habitats in the world. and the Mahale Mountains National park offers tropical rain-forests and deep lagoons that just beg to be explored.

Coastal Circuit - Most people have heard of Zanzibar – the original tropical getaway and the place that most people conjure up in their minds when they think of their perfect beach paradise, even if they have never seen it! However there are many more beautiful beaches and amazing marine environments dotted up and down the coast of Tanzania, each of them offering something different to those on a Tanzania holiday.