Tanzania Safari: a Romantic Getaway

One of the things that people say about the Tanzania Safari is that it can actually be a romantic getaway. This is because when you go on a Tanzania Safari, you actually disconnect from society and connect more with nature, animals, and the earth. And so if you were to go on a Tanzania Safari with the love of your life, you would likely end up connecting a lot with her seeing as how you are miles away from home and the only person you really know in that place would be the woman you adore. Given this, it is not hard to see why many couples are considering going on the Tanzania Safari as a potential romantic getaway. If and when you are one of those people who are planning to go on such a romantic getaway, do remember to bring a camera so you can photograph the awesome time that you guys had.

I love to travel alone and when I am preparing for a trip, one of the first things I do is get out the world atlas. Last year, in a search for interesting place to visit my eyes laid on African continent. I thought a Tanzania safari was exciting. I studied my atlas intensely to learn the best places in Tanzania, determine the number of miles I would travel from my country to the destination, and estimated the expenses. After so much pondering, I took a major life-changing step: I decided to book a trip to Tanzania. So in late 2011, I stuffed clothes and toiletries into one of my favorite mobile backpacks. When I arrived in Tanzania, I stayed in a lodge arranged for me by a travel agency who took care of my 3 day itinerary. The place was very cozy and it was nearby a beach with pristine white sand. The view was gorgeous. Thanks to my atlas, I found the perfect place.

I often take a moment as I wait at our grocery store checkout stand to scan the covers of the magazines displayed there. The magazines are collections of my mother and if they aren’t about fitness and health, they’re about Hollywood or travels. Her latest addition is about Tanzania Safari. The author of one of the articles written in that magazine described his one week long journey to Tanzania with some few friends as a splendid experience! Their itinerary was consisted of best destinations in the Northern part of Tanzania: the Lake Manyara where they enjoyed a sight of thousands of famous pink flamingo birds and a wide range of wild animals.

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