Tanzania is home to the Serengeti, one of the oldest national parks in the world. The Serengeti National Park is also one of the world’s largest parks and boasts countless species of animals, insects, reptiles, birds and plants. The park also has an active volcano called Ol Doinyo Lengai. It erupts unusual lava that fertilizes the land, no other volcano on the planet has the same lava as this one. Tanzania is also home to Africa’s largest mountain Mt. Kilimanjaro, and Ngorongoro, a volcanic crater which serves as a natural wildlife reserve. Tanzania also boasts the 2nd largest freshwater lake-Lake Tanganyika which has at least 500 species of fish. Some of the world’s most beautiful beaches are found in Tanzania so if you are not interested in a safari then you can relax on the beaches, or browse the market places or indulge in their fine cuisine.