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Renowned the world over as home to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater NP, Tanzania is superb wildlife destination. The famous wildebeest migration every year across the Serengeti is well documented. At twice the size of California, a safari around the country is best explored by choosing a Northern Tour including Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire & Lake Manyara NPs.

A Southern Tour covers the Selous Game Reserve, Africa’s largest, alongside Ruaha & Mikumi NPs. Tanzania is also blessed with Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain and in the west its wilder but magnificent Parks include Katavi and Mahale Mountains NPs, the latter home to wild chimpanzees.

The country is blessed with a fabulous array of beaches including the island of Zanzibar, Pemba Island and the Mafia Archipelago, as well as balmy year round equatorial weather.

Some more information

1. Arusha National Park

2. Dar-es-Salaam

3. Gombe Stream National Park

4. Katavi National Park

5. Kilimanjaro National Park

6. Lake Manyara National Park

7. Lake Victoria

8. Mahale Mountains National Park

9. Mikumi National Park

10. Ngorongoro Conservation Area

11. Ngorongoro Crater

12. Olduval Gorge

13. Ruaha National Park

14. Rubondo Island National Park

15. Selous Game Reserve

16. Serengeti National Park

17. Tarangire National Park

18. Udzungwa Moutains Nat. Park

19. Ugaila Complex

Interesting Facts

Size                       945 087 square km

People                 More than 100 tribal groups, majority is of Bantu origin. The Arab influence is evident in the people ......................................of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands.

Languages         Swahili and English are the official languages. Other languages are Nilo-Hamitric, Khoisan and Bantu

Population          Approximately 50 million people 

Per Capita           GDP US$ 700

Capital City         Dar es Salaam currently but Dodoma is the new proposed capital.

Currency              Tanzanian Shilling (Tsh). Approximately 2000TZ to 1US$

Time                     +3hours GMT

Head of State      John Magufuli

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