Last updated: 4 March 2018
The largest country in East Africa is a natural paradise, land of the Serengeti, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar. Kilimanjaro is the highest freestanding mountain on earth.

The landscapes were once created by volcanic activity and huge craters and volcanic cones covered in tropical jungle and dotted with salt water lakes are all part of the surroundings.

Tanzania has an abundance of wildlife just wandering around in their natural habitat. The rainforests are home to large populations of monkeys, whilst the grasslands host grazing herds and their predators.

Ngorongoro Crater is the largest caldera in the world and harbours one of the loveliest wildlife parks with the highest density of wildlife on earth.


The coastline sports long white sandy beaches and warm Indian Ocean currents. Coral reefs teem with colorful fish and Tanzania’s offshore islands offer world-class diving.

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