The awesome coral gardens, an abundance of fish and a laid-back diving environment in Mafia Island Marine Park African Travelers Ltd will makes sure you experience all that when you choose us your safari touring specialist. The area is home to an abundance of birds and over 400 varieties of fish. Mafia Island is also a traditional nesting spot for the endangered green turtle. Mafia is also a popular spot for deep-sea fishing, particularly for tuna, marlin, sailfish, and other large game fish.
This island paradise first attracted inhabitants in the eighth or ninth centuries and African travelers Ltd you see the paradise island (mafia). Mafia has developed into a more significant settlement from the 12th to 14th centuries, occupying a strategic position on the East African commerce routes.
Mafia Island is a wonderful getaway from the daily grind. Without constructed roads and a few guests, this island remains pristine and undisturbed. It’s reminiscent of Zanzibar a few decades ago. The ambiance is tranquil, and the islanders are extremely hospitable. While on the ground there is a lot of wildlife such as monkeys, shrubs, hippos and antelopes. Look at a variety of birds, eat on the white sandy beach and enjoy the wonderful sunset. Swim and snorkel during low tides.
Half of the shoreline of the Mafia is part of the Marine Park of Mafia Island; a natural park with coral reefs, mangroves and lakes. This is Indian Ocean’s largest protected area. For dives and shallow divers, a coral reef with 50 different corals and over 460 fish species is a paradise. The mafia’s pristine and spectacular diving site remains a secret.
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Katavi National Park is a wondrously distant park. It's one of the few places you can step back in time in Africa today. With only a few camps and people, this park in Western Tanzania is really wild. Enjoy an actual safari, full of bird-rich wetlands and rivers with a big herd of buffalos and lions. Enjoy your Katavi visit with African Travelers Ltd today.
The landscape is extremely diversified in Katavi. Its habitat mostly includes the savannah of grassland and the forests of miombo. Following the rains, the area becomes a verdant wetland with shallow lakes, acacia, and waterfalls. The lakes, Katavi Lake and Chada Lake are two. These lakes are open, cracked plains that fill only in the rainy season during the dry season.
In the dry season the park is totally off course, but full of wilderness. Great herds of zebra, buffalo, and elephants assemble around Lake Chada and Lake Katavi's water reserves. There are four of the Big Five (leopard, buffalo, elephant). The Katuma River is filled with hips and crocodiles, and unique antelopes such as sand and roan, hyena, and even the rare wild dog can be seen.
However, that Katavi is so isolated, this park allows much more activities in Tanzania than in most other parks. The wonderful National Park may all be explored for numerous reasons: off-road gaming drive, night drive, safaris, and flying camping. Your Katavi tour will be made a successful one if only you consider African Travelers Ltd as your safari tour specialists.