LAKES BODIES AND WATERFALLS

Lakes Bodies and Waterfalls viewing are pretty amazing and attractive as both gives fascinating insight into the lives of travelers. While being in Tanzania, you will be exposed to boating and canoeing enjoyment in the rivers, ocean bays and waterways and this will be a remarkable experience to you. Through experiencing waterfalls and lakes bodies you will as well get to know various natural and cultural sites on the surrounding slopes as well as splashes in the mountain water and stunning views of the surrounding valleys.

Canoeing and boating service is possible by prior arrangement. Boating will take you through seeing slept crocodiles and hippos during sun hours with their mouths wide open. Water-safaris are on offer as a break from longer game-viewing and give visitors the opportunity to get out in the open and see amazing adventurous of bird-life and water species up close.  In this service, based on your choice and budget, you will experience boating safaris for game-viewing in the Selous Game Reserve in Rufiji River, the Great Ruaha River, and numerous lakes such as Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Nyasa.

Boating services on the Tanzanian coast, whether on the mainland’s bays or the islands of Zanzibar, Mafia and Pemba, the service will be fun-filled adventure for visitors who want to experience the vibrant underwater life of the ocean coast. Day trips to small isolated islands, swimming off sandbars at low-tide, sailing to nearby banks, or even just tacking back and forth across the bay are all pleasant options for visitors who want to experience life on the Indian Ocean, and get another view of life on the ocean Coast.

 

Lake Victoria With a surface area of 68,800 sq km is Africa’s largest lake. In addition to that, it’s the largest tropical lake in the world, and the globe’s second largest freshwater lake. The big part of the lake is located in Tanzania as it also touches Uganda and Kenya countries. Lake Eyasi, and Lake Natron are seasonal shallow endorheic salt lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley at the base of the Serengeti Plateau, just south of the Serengeti National Park, north-west of Ngorongoro Crater and immediately southwest of the Lake Chala Lake Chala is a unique caldera lake, and is thought to be the deepest inland body of water in Africa. This lake is fed by underground springs from Mt. Kilimanjaro.