Tanzania continues to protect Africa's enormous ecosystem and various animal species. 25% of the land is conserved for natural species. Tanzania contains 20% of animals and birds in its 21 national parks, 1 conservation area, and 3 marine parks. 38% of Tanzania is protected.
Nevertheless, the nation has a lot more to offer than only its well-known parks. A well-rounded safari would include take in the elephants of Tarangire National Park and the tree-climbing lions of Lake Manyara. Tourists may see elephants playing in the surf of the Indian Ocean in the Saadani Game Reserve, but there are many more national parks that provide equally rewarding experiences if they are prepared to go off the usual path.
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