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Tanzania is the only country on the African continent with the largest concentration of a whole diversity of wild game, with spectacular scenic natural beauties.


A bit about Tanzania

Tanzania (the United Republic of) is located in Eastern Africa between longitude 29° and 41° East, Latitude 1° and 12° South. It borders Kenya, Uganda (North) Burundi, Rwanda and Congo DRC (West), Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique (South). On the East is the Indian Ocean.

The United Republic of Tanzania was formed out of the union of two sovereign states namely Tanganyika and Zanzibar. Tanganyika became a sovereign state on 9th December, 1961 and became a Republic the following year.  Zanzibar became independent on 10th December, 1963 and the Republic of Zanzibar was established after the revolution of 12th January, 1964. The two sovereign republics formed the United Republic of Tanzania on 26th April, 1964. However, the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania is a unitary republic consisting of the Union Government and the Zanzibar Revolutionary Government.

Dar es Salaam is the commercial capital and major sea port for Tanzania Mainland and it serves neighbouring land-locked countries of Malawi, Zambia, Burundi, Rwanda, and Uganda, as well as Eastern DRC. Other sea ports include Zanzibar, Tanga, and Mtwara. A vibrant city with a proportion of modernity and serene African life, Dar es Salaam is an all-in-one city: the pure African atmosphere and a modern, metropolitan city. Other major inland ports are Kigoma (on Lake Tanganyika), Mwanza and Bukoba (on Lake Victoria).

A land of some spectacular contrasts, Tanzania has the largest concentration of wild animals ever to be seen anywhere in the World.Tanzania is home to the world famous National Parks and Game Reserves of: Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Selous Game Reserve, Gombe Stream, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Mikumi, Arusha, Ruaha, Saadani, Udzungwa Mountains, and Mkomazi Game Reserve. Other Game Reserves include: Amani, Kigosi, Lukwika-Lumesule, Maswa, Monduli Mountains, Msangesi and Ugala. From pristine sandy beaches along the Indian Ocean and on the Zanzibar archipelago to Africa’s highest and snow-capped mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania has it all.

With its friendly and  welcoming people coupled with the availability of resources such as minerals, water and ample erable land plus its advantageous geographic location, Tanzania offers a wonderful and conducive environment for investment.


What would you like to see in Tanzania?

World famous tourist attractions in Tanzania

Tanzania is the only country on the African continent with the largest concentration of a whole diversity of wild game, with spectacular scenic natural beauties. From the beautiful Lake Tanganyika to the west to pristine white beaches of Zanzibar to the east and from the incredible Selous national park to the south to the snow-capped Kilimanjaro and vast waters of Lake Victoria to the north, Tanzania offers just what every safari maker would love to see. Here is some of the must-see list when you visit Tanzania:

The Land of Kilimanjaro:
The highest mountain in Africa, the highest free-standing mountain in the world, and one of the largest volcanoes ever to burst through the earth’s crust. Kilimanjaro stands at an altitude of 5.895 meters above sea level and has a mountain base of 50x80 km and a snow-capped Kibo peak. Mount Kilimanjaro is renowned for its abundant birdlife, rich forest zones, wild game and an array of butterflies, moths and many beautiful insects.

The Ngorongoro Crater
The crater has an area of 259 sq. km bordered by steep walls rising 610 metres from the crater floor, elevated at 2.236 metres above sea level. Visiting the Ngorongoro is an attractive and breathtaking event that no wonder people say it’s the World’s eighth wonder.

The Mighty Serengeti
Serengeti national park, 14.763 sq. km (slightly less than triple the size of the Netherlands) is best-known wildlife sanctuary with a high concentration of wild animals. The word Serengeti comes from Maasai word ‘siringet’ meaning ‘endless plains’, and indeed the plains of Serengeti look endless.
The park is home to about 35 species of animals, including ‘the big five’: elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo, and large herds of wildebeest, gazelle, zebra and about 500 species of birds.

Selous Game Reserve
With the size of 55.000 sq km (slightly less than one and a half the size of the Netherlands), Selous one of Africa’s greatest wilderness has the animal kingdom at its bests with the World’s biggest population of elephants.

The largest game reserve in Africa has plenty of plants species and about 350 species of birds, coexisting with 36 species of large mammals that include the largest concentration of elephant, buffalo, hippo, crocodile and wild dog in the world.

Rubondo Island National Park (240 sq kms)
The most attractive place to visit while in Mwanza, has a variety of habitats, a diversity of hippos, crocodile, bushbuck, sitatunga, velvet monkeys, marsh mongooses, genets, giraffes, roan antelopes, colobus monkeys, elephants, rhinos, chimpanzees and a bird paradise. A boat ride to Rubondo Island reveals spectacular and captivating scenic features of Lake Victoria, a colourful and exciting interaction of fishing and dhows sailing across the Lake.

Its tranquil eye-catching environment, a birds’ paradise, and a romantic adventurous fishing resort makes Rubondo an ideal tourist holiday resort.

Gombe national park
The world famous chimpanzee game resort. Chimpanzees are homosapiens’ closest relations and any research on them is considered extremely important to scientists studying the origin of man and his culture. The Gombe Park has attracted thousands of tourists and scientists from all over the world. About 1.000 chimpanzees living in near by Malae Camp can be observed at close quarters in their most natural environment giving chilling and exciting encounters.

The spicy island of Zanzibar
One of the World most beautiful spicy islands with magnificent romantic beaches just as stone from the coastal shores of Tanzania mainland, embracing a multicultural history of the past  being lived today in modernity.

The different races that have settled in Zanzibar over the centuries have left a lasting impact on the people of Zanzibar and their culture, as well as the architecture.
In Zanzibar you can enjoy quietness and wildness at the same time, really a unique experience on the spicy island!

Did you know:

  • The youngest person to ever climb to the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro was eleven years old and to-date the oldest person to do so was seventy-four.
  • Enjoy the land of extremes - from the highest top in Africa to the largest lakes!
  • Live, work, travel, study in Africa.