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Tanzania tours

A safari in Tanzania is a dream shared by many. Tanzania tours are particularly popular because of the fascinating flora and fauna of the country. Perhaps the most well-known example of this is the Serengeti National Park. During your travels in Tanzania immense herds of wild animals can be found in these game reserves. Next to the Serengeti you will visit the Ngorongoro Crater which has a seasonal Salt Lake in the middle.

If you would like to take a safari in Tanzania during your trip, then the Serengeti National Park is the perfect place. About six million hoofed animals, such as zebras, wildebeests and gazelles live here. Lions, cheetahs, leopards and hyenas come here often and at the Ngorongoro Crater even rhinos, storks, flamingos, ibises and salamanders can be seen.

In addition to the Serengeti a tour through Tanzania offers many more highlights. Mount Kilimanjaro is quite literally one of those highlights. At just six kilometres high, this mountain is the tallest on the African continent. No travel through Tanzania is complete without a visit to the largest lake in Africa: Lake Victoria. This Lake is about as big as the whole of Ireland and here you will find hippos. There are several Islands in the Lake.

You can conclude your Tanzania travel in Zanzibar. This island is part of Tanzania and if you go there you will be swept up by the Arabian atmosphere. On Zanzibar, you can enjoy fine dining including freshly caught lobster or take a spice tour. Relaxation? That's just what these heavenly white beaches were made for! 

Trips through Tanzania will bring you to many different, exciting places. Nature lovers will have the time of their lives during a tour through Tanzania. Wild animals are here in abundance for your viewing pleasure during a safari. The extremely friendly locals make you feel welcome everywhere throughout your trip through Tanzania and receive you with open arms. In every way are Tanzania tours so very worth it!

Country info Tanzania

  • Background information
  • Religion Tanzania
    In Tanzania, you have three religions that clearly leave their mark on the religion in the country. The most widespread at present is Islam, 35% of the population are Islamic.
  • Language Tanzania
    Swahili and English are official languages ​​in Tanzania, with English as the main language of commerce. There are several local strains of languages. Outside the towns and vi
  • Festivals Tanzania
    In Tanzania, both the Christian holidays at Easter and Christmas are celebrated , as is Ramadan (July 20 - August 19 2012), the Muslim Eid (August 19 2012) and the Feast of Sa
  • Sport and recreation Tanzania
    For many people it is a sport to make a safari in Africa. But what is the best time to see wildlife? In general, the best time to see wildlife in Tanzania is from mid Decembe
  • Tipping Tanzania
    Workers in restaurants and hotels earn little. You can work on poverty in the country no end, but ensure that those who work for you get a good tip. The directive is (at least
  • Weather and climate Tanzania
    East Africa is close to the equator. The climate is not split into summer or winter, but is classified in four other seasons. April and May form the rainy seaso
  • Population Tanzania
    Tanzania has about 38.4 million inhabitants spread over more than 120 different tribes. The majority is of Bantu origin. The peoples live are scattered and their res
  • Landscape Tanzania
    Tanzania is in Eastern Africa, just below the equator between 1 and 11 degrees south latitude. It is the largest country in East Africa and is bordered by Kenya, Uganda, Rwand
  • Practical information
  • Time differences Tanzania
    In Tanzania, it is 2 hours (in summer time 1 hour) later than in Central European time CET. You should check here  to compare times.
  • Money Tanzania
    The currency in Tanzania is the Tanzanian shilling (Tsh or TZS). There are notes of 200, 500, 1000, 5000 and 10,000 shillings in circulation. Coins are of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 10
  • Luggage and clothing Tanzania
    This journey around the equator is for the most part near mountains and highlands where a temperate climate with some cold nights is likely. We recommend you to take: thin c
  • Communication Tanzania
    Post Sending mail you are best to do in Arusha. E-mail Email is becoming possible in more and more places. Phone In Tanzania, calling can be problematic and extremely exp
  • Information for people at home Tanzania
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