Tanzania has set a record of its kind after the attractions of all three, which is a national park is the Serengeti for animal migration, Valley of Ngorongoro and Mount Kilimanjaro which took part in the competition of finding Wonders Seven Natural African continent to win and enter the list of Wonders Seven The low in Africa. Either the Serengeti national park is an attraction that had been mentioned only the most voted among all African attractions which took part in the competition.

Announcing attractions which won the entry in the list of the new Seven Wonders of Africa at a ceremony held at the Hotel of Mt. Meru in Arusha and attended by various prominent people from within and outside the country, including MPs, Ambassadors and Ministers, the President of the International Institute of Seven Natural Wonders in the U.S. based Dr. Phillip Imler said Tanzania’s victory margins and has set a record of its kind with all its attractions into the list of the Seven Wonders of the African origin. Dr. Imler has mentioned other attractions that are won that includes reef from the Red Sea in Egypt, The River Nile in Uganda, Delta Okava Bostwana border of the Sahara and north of Africa lies.

For its part officiated at the ceremony of proclamation of these wonders Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Mizengo Pinda said attractions Tanzania was supposed to look to win as well as the unique attractions but it is a fact that Tanzania is doing very well in ensuring tourism is to be sustainable for the preservation of the environment surrounding the natural resources thereof, and why the reports of Word Economic Forum shows that Tanzania is a country of second world after Brazil and the conservation of the natural environment, most of which are inherently natural world and most PA where roughly 28 percent of Tanzania’s land is a protected area.

Process to seek incentives Seventh Continent of Africa was started in 2008 by enlisting attractions twelve (12) where different people around the world voted along with lots of experts from UNESCO and the International Institute for Conservation of IUCN.

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