Why Travel to Tanzania?
- The Great Migration of millions of animals between Tanzania's Serengeti National Park and Kenya's Masai Mara Game Reserve
- Olduvai Gorge - said to be the birthplace of man
- The chimpanzees on the shores of Lake Tanganyika
- A birdwatcher’s paradise, with over 1 000 bird species
- Take a hot-air balloon ride over the Serengeti plains
- Picnic on the Ngorongoro Crater floor - known as the 8th Wonder of the World
- Visit a traditional Maasai village
- See tree-climbing lions in Lake Manyara National Park
- Gorgeous Zanzibar Island, with its stunning beaches and fascinating history
A world of colour
Tanzania offers breathtaking landscapes, which make for exceptional photographic opportunities. It is the home of the awe-inspiring Mount Kilimanjaro and the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest intact caldera. Wildlife enthusiasts will delight in the annual Great Migration, which crosses the Serengeti in search of greener pastures. A visit to Tanzania's historic Zanzibar is also a must! Golden beaches blend into bustling cities, adorned with beautiful Arabic architecture, and tours to lush forests and aromatic spice plantations await.
- Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region in Tanzania
- Tanzania is bordered by Africa’s three largest lakes - Lakes Malawi, Tanganyika and Victoria
- Tanzanite, a rare and beautiful gemstone, is mined only in Tanzania
- There are over 120 tribes in Tanzania
- Swahili is the most widely spoken language, although English is Tanzania's official language
- Gombe is the site of Jane Goodall's chimpanzee research station
- Tanzania contains both the highest and lowest places in Africa
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