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Tanzania has ranked highly as a coveted photo safari destination ever since such pursuits first began.  Since those pioneering days, both camera equipment and travel options have advanced greatly.  Gone are the days when getting to the legendary plains of the Serengeti involved overnight stopovers and laborious hours stuck in the mud.  Now, convenient charter flights and state-of-the-art safari vehicles get you to the bush in record time.  A variety of luxury hotel accommodations or traditional tented camps offer the traveler diversity and comfort, while  dedicated, enthusiastic guides who are knowledgeable and passionate about Africa’s wildlife and habitats ensure that you enjoy a personalized, unforgettable experience. 

Tanzania is renowned for its abundant wildlife, spectacular migrations, superior mountain peaks, extensive national park system, and pristine beaches.  Visiting any of these intriguing and beautiful destinations can be a delightful and memorable way to spend a few relaxing days before or after your hunting safari.  Or as a separate holiday at any other time of the year as well.  Safari Royal can gladly design a customized itinerary for you, enabling you to experience some of these natural wonders and staggeringly diverse ecosystems.  

In the north……destinations range from the Serengeti, where endless plains offer the visitor a chance to view thousands of wildebeest, gazelles and zebras, while the legendary black-mane lion, cheetah and other predators follow in close pursuit.   The natural amphitheater of the Ngorongoro Crater, rich with diverse habitat and wildlife, plus unique scenery, allows one to witness a natural wonder, traversing a range of ecosystems as one descends from the rim of the crater to the floor.  Other alluring destinations include the endless waterways of the Selous Game Reserve, the lofty peaks of Mounts Kilimanjaro and Meru, or the chimpanzee treks and beauty of the remote Lake Tanganyika. 

A visit to the beautiful spice island of Zanzibar can also be arranged, for exciting deep sea fishing, relaxation on the beach, or a journey back in time to the fascinating, historical Stone Town.  This old city, the cultural heart of Zanzibar, was recently and deservedly declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Little has changed in the past 200 years in Stone Town, a place of winding alleys, bustling bazaars, mosques, and grand Arab houses.  One can easily while away many idle hours just wandering through the enticing labyrinths of narrow streets and alleyways.  

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