This May in 2017, you have a unique opportunity to join Judi Wineland, one of the new owners of AdventureWomen, for an insider’s view of Tanzania in East Africa. Much more than an African safari, this Tanzanian adventure vacation “The Secret Serengeti” treats you to unique women-to-women experiences you’ll remember for years to come.
The question guests frequently ask us is “why Tanzania?”. We have many answers for you, but here are our top three:
#1: The Wildlife of Tanzania
Tanzania has some of the best wildlife viewing on earth. The Serengeti’s Great Migration – the continuous movement of two million grazing animals through the Serengeti Plains in search of water takes place primarily in Tanzania. Tanzania is home to about half of the lion population in all of Africa! Tanzania is one of the last places on Earth that you can spot Africa’s “Big Five” animals all in one day.
#2: The People
The warmth, kindness, and generosity of the Tanzanian people is truly remarkable. Perhaps that’s because of their remarkable culture and historyl
- Tanzania, a former colonial power of German East Africa and later Britain, became a democracy without the strife that has plagued so many other African nations.
- The United States calls itself a melting pot, but with 120+ different cultural groups living in harmony, Tanzania might have America beat!
- When you think of Africa, iconic images of certain peoples and places probably spring to mind almost immediately. But Tanzania is an evolving place, one where traditional cultures are constantly changing, and blending, with modern society.
#3: The Landscapes of Tanzania
There’s nothing quite like seeing a majestic, untamed African animal in its natural habitat. But in Tanzania, the scenery is so breathtaking, it often takes center stage.
Located right on the equator, Tanzania boasts a wide variety of climates and ecosystems. That gives travelers a chance to experience scenery ranging from the hot, dry grasslands of the Serengeti to the arctic landscapes near the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, and almost everything in between.
Even more exciting for a traveler to Tanzania, over 25% of the country is preserved as national parks or conservation areas. These landscapes aren’t only different than anything you’ve ever experienced, they’re pristine, offering a true glimpse of the world as it once was.
Join AdventureWomen on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Tanzania with Judi Wineland in May, 2017!