5 Mysterious Sites In Tanzania You Must Visit

5 Mysterious Sites In Tanzania You Must Visit

Mysterious Sites In Tanzania

5 Mysterious Sites In Tanzania You Must Visit

Mysterious Sites In Tanzania

Ever wondered what’s in store on the road not taken? Unseen flora, unsmelt scents and unexplored bliss! Tanzania, a country in East Africa, unfolds the mysterious roads and walks you through a different universe, where the quietness gives you chills and bliss, the flora and fauna take your breath away, the adventures blow your mind, and the memories last for a lifetime. Check out the mysterious sites in Tanzania you must visit:

Nyerere National Park

Have the woods and water always been your rescue from the hustle and bustle of the city? Nyerere national park is the precise spot for you! It is a vast territory surrounded by appealing nature and canals. You can experience boat safaris and encounter wild animals such as dogs, elephants, buffaloes, hippos, etc. The nature-guided walk in this space is serene and calm. The best time to visit this place is between June and September, while the short rains of October and November offer pleasant views.

Mahale: The Mountain Retreat

Good news for mountaineers! Mahale Mountain National Park stores undefined beauty and tranquillity. You can reach here only by boat, and while sailing through the lakes of Tanganyika, you view the rainforest-covered mountains descending towards the shores of the lake—it’s purely mesmerizing! This place is well-known for guided chimpanzee trekking, which gives you a mixed feeling of solitude and fear. You can also relax on footprint-free beaches, go fishing or watch butterflies and birds. The best time to visit this place is between July and October.

Ruaha and Katavi

Ruaha and Katavi are less explored spaces with vast savannah parks. Since there are few tourists in these areas, the sounds of nature and wildlife echo around loud and clear. They offer the finest scenery and an incredibly wild ambiance. This can be your scariest, wildest and most adventurous safari, with fewer people around and untamed wild sounds. The best time to visit Ruaha and Katavi is between June and October. However, you can visit any time of the year, depending on your preferences. This place gives mind-blowing drives and landscapes.

Mafia Island

Mafia Island holds a pristine tropical ambiance and is considered one of the world’s best dive sites. Exploring this isolated island is like experiencing a castaway and discovering the unseen gems underwater. It is simply blissful to dive into the deeper end of the water, hear the voices of water wilds and be able to feel your breath! It is an experience to feel and cannot be described. The best time to visit this place is between October and April.

Rubondo Island

Rubondo Island’s pristine paradise is known as Noah’s Ark for its extraordinary beauty and serenity. As you walk into the interiors of the forest, you find chimpanzees, rhinos, monkeys, giraffes and elephants. It is known for its papyrus swamps, unique species of 200 birds, 70 butterflies, 40 orchids and more! You don’t want to miss this heaven on earth.

The nature and adventure in the above-mentioned places in Tanzania are infinite. So, pack your bags and venture on the road not taken with Bushman Safari. Our itinerary includes all the conventional and unconventional places so that you don’t miss out on any adventures.

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