About Tanzania

Karibu Tanzania, the land of Kilimanjaro!!

Proudly destination the land of Kilimanjaro, were un imaginable and amazing confusion of nature speak loudly beyond borders. From the snow capped peak of Kilimanjaro to the endless plains of the Serengeti, virgin Eden of Ngorongoro crater, from the sun kissed spiced islands of the Zanzibar Archipelago to the gentle shores of the Great lakes, Tanzania contains immense cultural and natural wealth.

It was here, on the dusty floor of Olduvai Gorge that humankind’s earliest relatives walked, leaving their footprints behind as a mark of humanity’s beginning. It was here, on the palm fringed beaches of Zanzibar, that Swahilli traders welcomed dhows from across the Indian Ocean. Its here, where the land contains more than hundred tribes with an amazing culture, customs and different taboos, hence it is leading country in the whole Africa with cultural richness and diversity.

The United Republic of Tanzania is one of the Africa’s most peaceful countries with friendly people. Home to a flourishing democracy and prospering economy, the country is known for its peace and stability. Furthermore geared a lot to other countries in attaining political and democratic stability.

Serengeti National Park, one of the most well known of all wildlife areas, attracts thousands of visitors each year for the annual wildebeest migration, and Ngorongoro crater-often called the 8th Natural Wonder of the World-is a must-see for its sheer beauty. Deep within the ancient caldera, herds of gazelle roam beside sated lions, and endangered black rhino and elusive cheetah can be spotted through the early morning

The elephants of Tarangire National Park and the tree climbing lions of Lake Manyara also reward the discerning traveller. The Saadani Game Reserve, famed for its views of elephants playing in the Indian Ocean surf, is just one of many lesser-known national parks that offer equally rewarding experiences for guests willing to wander off the beaten track.

Tropical beaches, coral reefs and Swahili culture along the Indian Ocean coast are also a major attraction for visitors who want to end their experience of Africa’s natural wonders with some well earned relaxation. For the more intrepid adventures, a climb to the rooftop of Africa, Mt Kilimanjaro, is the highlight of a safari itinerary. Longer treks through the Ngorongoro Conservation area, through the magical Gol Mountainous, up the active volcano of OlDonyo Lengai or down Lake Tanganyika are a fantastic way to experience less visited parts of the country in a new way.

So welcome to Tanzania experience the warmth of our people, the magic of our wilderness, and the splendor and stunning of wildlife bushes and gateway sandiest sunshine romantic beaches.