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Tanzania Tourist Attractions

Tanzania stands out as a really thrilling country, full of opportunities for adventure- seekers, such as  safaris, diving, and hiking. Blessed with mountains, forest, water bodies and an enviable fauna, Tanzania, in  East Africa, is a showcase of stunning sceneries, beaches, national parks, and islands in the Indian Ocean.

Safari in Tanzania is an unusual experience where you get a choice of camping safaris, semi-luxury safaris, and luxury safaris. The wildlife zone offers some excellent wildlife views. The beaches and islands here are very clear, clean, and dazzling.

Tanzania, being the land of wilderness, boasts of several national parks, such as the Serengeti National Park, Mt Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanga Coelacanth Marine Park, Gombe National Park, Tarangire National Park, and Mahale Mountains National Park. If you are very keen to know about the historical places of Tanzania, head towards Bagamoyo Town, Livingstone’s Tembe, Kaole Ruins, Mtoni Palace, Toten Island, and Old Fort.
Tourists who are interested in adventure activities can get into One Ocean – The Zanzibar Dive Center, Tanga Yacht Club – Water Sports, and Gangilonga Rock – Hiking and Trekking, Maziwe Marine Reserve. Local residents and travelers are always greeted to join the entertainment spots like O’Willie’s Irish Whiskey Tavern, Mbalamwezi Beach Club, Club La Liga, Masai Camp, and Kigamboni Community Center.

There are some nice stores in Tanzania that provide the tourists with many shopping opportunities. The Makutano Center, Wonder Workshop, Shanga, Mwenge Carvers Market, Moto Handicrafts, Tingatinga Center, and Msasani Slipway Weekend Craft Market are the popular places to purchase art and craft items. 

Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro, aka “the rooftop of Africa”, is a dormant composite volcano, located in the northern part of the East African country of Tanzania. With its snowy summits, the mountain dominates the savannah. It is regarded as one of the “7 Natural Wonders of Africa”. The Kilimanjaro National Park conserves and protects the volcanic massif. The mountain is abundant with diverse flora and fauna. Many endangered species of plants and animals reside in the park. [...]Read More

Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is a wilderness area in Africa with a unique ecosystem that is one of the oldest in the world, its name meaning “endless plains” in the Maasai indigenous language, Maa. The Serengeti is best known for being home to the largest terrestrial mammal migration in the world, which has been called one of the natural travel wonders of the world. Over 90,000 tourists visit the Serengeti National Park each year to go on [...]Read More

Lake Malawi

One of the African Great Lakes in the Rift Valley, Lake Malawi (also called Lago Niassa or Lake Nyasa) has a surface area of about 29,600 square kilometers, making it one of the largest lakes in the world. The lake is about 560 to 580 kilometers in length, and about 75 kilometers at its widest, with a maximum depth of about 706 meters. David Livingstone, famous for exploration in Africa, nicknamed it as the ‘lake [...]Read More

Zanzibar Island

Zanzibar is mainly an archipelago that comprises of the Pemba and the Unguja islands, Tanzania. The name of the archipelago is a compound word derived from the combination of two Arabic words viz., Zenj (means black), and Bar (means land). Thus, Zanzibar was called as ‘The Land of the Blacks’. The discovery of microlithic tools in Zanzibar is evidence of the fact that Zanzibar had been inhabited by intelligent humans for at least 20,000 years, [...]Read More