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  • Lake Manyara

    Manyara provides the perfect introduction to Tanzania’s birdlife. More than 400 species have been recorded, and even a first-time visitor to Africa might reasonably expect to observe 100 of these in one day. Highlights include thousands of pink-hued flamingos on their perpetual migration, as well as other large waterbirds such as…

  • Lake Tanganyika

    Lake Tanganyika is outstanding for its extraordinary north-south extension and is the second largest of African lakes, the second deepest (next to Lake Baikal in central Russia) and the longest lake of the world. It’s very ancient origin, only competitor by such old lakes as Baikal, and a long period of isolation resulted…

  • Lake Victoria

    It is inland sea that sits at the heart of the continent bordered by Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya. It’s the only and reliable source of the River Nile whose waters rise from its northern shores, is the world’s second largest lake with fresh water and also home for Nile perch, which weight over 100 kg. There are numerous…

  • Lake Rukwa

    The Lake Rukwa is the fourth largest lake in Tanzania located on the south-western regions of Rukwa and Mbeya. It is within the Great Rift Valley system of which Lake Nyasa is a part. The shallow alkaline lake is cyclical in nature in terms of size which caused by the varying inflow of streams. It is rich in wildlife, largest concentration…

  • Lake Natron

    Lake Natron an alkaline lake located in northern Tanzania contiguous to the Tanzania – Kenyan border in Africa’s Great Rift Valley, in Ngorongoro and Monduli Districts within the Arusha Region. The lake is quite shallow and varies in width depending on its water level and surrounded by Rift Valley escarpments and volcanic mountain…

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