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Additional Information
Capital dodoma
Currency TZS
Timezone Africa/Dar_es_Salaam
Total States 2
Airport City Julius Nyerere International Airport, Kilimanjaro International Airport, Mwanza International Airport, Abeid Amani Karume International Airport, Pemba Airport
Ruling Type Government
Offical Languages Swahili, English,
National Animal Giraffe
Food Chipsi Mayai, Nyama Choma, Mshikaki
Seasons Autumn  : Sep - Nov
Summer : Jun - Aug
Winter     : Dec - Feb
Sprint      : Mar - May


1 ) Ngorongoro
Popular - Safari     Location - Ngorongoro, -Arusha, -Tanzania

Ngorongoro Conservation Area is in northern Tanzania. It’s home to the vast, volcanic Ngorongoro Crater and “big 5” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino). Huge herds of wildebeests and zebras traverse its plains during their annual migration. Livestock belonging to the semi-nomadic Maasai tribe graze alongside wild animals. Hominin fossils found in the Olduvai Gorge date back millions of years.

The main feature of the Ngorongoro Conservation Authority is the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera. The Maasai have given Ngorongoro Crater its name, meaning “the black hole”. The Ngorongoro Crater is often called the “Eden of Africa”.


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2 ) Arusha
Popular - National Park     Location - Arusha, -Arusha, -Tanzania

Arusha is a city in East Africa's Tanzania, located at the base of volcanic Mt. Meru. It's a gateway to safari destinations and to Africa's highest peak, 5,895m Mt. Kilimanjaro, lying some 100 kilometers northeast. To the west lies Serengeti National Park, home to wildlife including lions, rhinoceros, giraffes and leopards. Annual migrations feature huge herds of wildebeests crossing its plains.
To the southwest, Tarangire National Park is a habitat for hundreds of species of birds. It's also a safari site populated with animals like elephants, zebra, wildebeest and gazelle, many drawn to its underground streams during the dry season. The neighboring Lake Manyara National Park is known for the flamingos that flock to the lake's banks during the wet season. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area, bordering Serengeti National Park, features the 610m-deep Ngorongoro Crater along with forests and savanna. The crater provides a habitat for black rhinos, zebras, lions and other wildlife.

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3 ) Dar Es Salaam
Popular - Harbour     Location - Dar Es Salaam, -Dar es Salaam, -Tanzania

Dar es Salaam, a major city and commercial port on Tanzania’s Indian Ocean coast, grew from a fishing village. The open-air Village Museum has re-created the traditional homes of local and other Tanzanian tribes and hosts tribal dancing. It’s part of the National Museum, which offers Tanzanian history exhibits, including the fossils of human ancestors found by anthropologist Louis Leakey.
Craftsmen create and sell masks, bone carvings, shields, spears and fabrics, plus Tingatinga-style paintings that utilize saturated colors, at the Mwenge woodcarvers’ market. At the northern end of the harbor is the buzzing Kivukoni fish market and auction where dhows, or sailboats, drop their daily catch. Dhows also cruise to the nearby islands of Bongoyo and Mbudya, whose uninhabited beaches and clear waters are part of the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve. The city’s Kigamboni district offers white-sand beaches on the mainland.

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4 ) Unguja Ukuu Kaepwani
Popular - Island     Location - Unguja Ukuu Kaepwani, -Zanzibar Central/South, -Tanzania

Unguja, also known as Zanzibar Island, is the main island in the Tanzanian archipelago of Zanzibar. Stone Town, part of Zanzibar City, is an old trade center, with mosques and winding lanes. The 1883 House of Wonders is a former sultan’s palace with a clock tower. The Old Fort now houses a cultural center and a stone amphitheater. Underground aqueducts fed hot water to the late-19th-century Hamamni Persian Baths.
At the early-1900s Darajani Market, locals gather to buy produce, spices and seafood. The Anglican Cathedral stands on the site of an old slave market. Murogo and Pange islands, off Stone Town, are known for their coral reefs and dive sites. The waters around tiny Mnemba Island, off Unguja’s northeast coast, also have diverse sea life. Bottlenose dolphins swim off Kizimkazi’s beaches, in the south. Inland, Jozani Forest Reserve is a habitat for red colobus monkeys and other indigenous wildlife, and includes mangrove swamps. Farther south, Zanzibar Butterfly Centre has a netted tropical garden with native butterfly species.

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5 ) Machame Kusini
Popular - Mountains     Location - Machame Kusini, -Kilimanjaro, -Tanzania

 Machame is an area on the south-western slope of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Historically, she was in 1889 referred by Hans Meyer as a great African giant, also the largest and most populous of all the Chagga states in Kilimanjaro, whose ruler as early as 1849 was reckoned as a giant African king with influence extending throughout all Chagga states except Rombo. By the 1860s, a German explorer Von der Decken, presented Machame as a confederation of western Chagga states comprising Narumu, Kindi, Kombo, to as far as the Western end of Kibongoto, each with their own chiefs under the king of Machame. 'Baroni' observed that by that time only two of the Chagga states had some autonomy from the king of Machame, namely, Lambongo and Kilema. The rapid and certain disintegration of its influence over other Chagga states after an atrocious attack and her subsequent subjugation by Sina of Kibosho in the mid-1889, led to a highly confined influence constrained between Machame itself and a neighbouring ward, Masama, where a frail sultan of Machame seemed to alternate in abode.                                                                                                                        

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6 ) Marang
Popular - Mountains     Location - Marang, -Kilimanjaro, -Tanzania

Marangu is a town located in Kilimanjaro Region. Nestled on the lower slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro, 40km northeast of Moshi amid dense stands of banana and coffee plants, is the lively, leafy market town of Marangu. It has an agreeable highland ambience, a cool climate and a good selection of hotels, all of which organise treks. While you’ll sometimes get slightly better budget deals in Moshi, Marangu makes a convenient launch pad for Kili climbs using the Marangu or Rongai routes, and it’s an enjoyable stop in its own right. Apart from anything else, there's a real sense of being up in the foothills here, which adds to the pre-Kili excitement and aids psychological preparation.

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7 ) Nungwi
Popular - Beach     Location - Nungwi, -Zanzibar North, -Tanzania

Nungwi is a village at the northern end of the Tanzanian island of Unguja, familiarly called Zanzibar. It's known for the wide, palm-lined Nungwi Beach and a nearby boat-building yard for the production of traditional dhows. The Mnarani Marine Turtle Conservation Pond shelters green and hawksbill sea turtles in a tidal lagoon. Off the coast, coral reefs teeming with colorful fish include Hunga and Leven Bank.

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8 ) Pemba
Popular - Beach     Location - Pemba, -Zanzibar Central/South, -Tanzania

Pemba Island is part of Tanzania's Zanzibar Archipelago, off the coast of East Africa. It's known for its lush, green hills and clove plantations. The Pemba Channel, with its coral reefs and abundant marine life, separates the island from mainland Tanzania. The main town, Chake Chake, has a ruined 18th-century fort with a museum. Offshore, Misali Island is home to the Fischer's turaco, a colorful rare bird.
On a peninsula west of Chake Chake, the Ras Mkumbuu ruins include a centuries-old mosque, plus houses, wells and tombs. Southeast, near Pujini village, are the Mkame Ndume ruins, stone remains of a citadel once home to 15th-century ruler Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman. Thousands of Pemba flying foxes gather at the Kidike sanctuary, also home to snakes, tortoises and vervet monkeys. In the far north of Pemba, the wildlife-rich Ngezi Forest Reserve is known for its many types of rare trees.

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9 ) Moshi
Popular - Mountains     Location - Moshi, -Kilimanjaro, -Tanzania

Moshi is a town in northern Tanzania, near the Kenyan border. It's known as a gateway to Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro. Trails run up the mountain’s cloud-ringed, snow-capped dome, through alpine forests and meadows home to elephants and leopards. One of Tanzania's major coffee-producing hubs, Moshi is known for its coffee farms and auctions.

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10 ) Mafia
Popular - Beach     Location - Mafia, -Mara, -Tanzania

Mafia Island is part of Tanzania's Mafia Archipelago, in the Indian Ocean. Large swaths of the island's southern coastline and surrounding waters are protected by the Mafia Island Marine Park. Within the park are many coral reefs, home to wildlife such as whale sharks and sea turtles. In the south, beaches include secluded Ras Kisimani, just across from Bwejuu Island. Popular Utende Beach edges onto Chole Bay.
The sheltered waters of Chole Bay feature numerous dive sites, including a drift dive at Kinasi Pass, by the bay's entrance. In the bay, small Chole Island is known for boatbuilding and the remains of a centuries-old settlement. On nearby Juani Island, the Kua Ruins include the remnants of a mosque dating back to the 12th century. On Mafia Island's far north, the village of Bweni features the Ras Mkumbi lighthouse, which has views over the Mlola Forest, home to Sykes’ monkeys.

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1 ) Wanyambo Festival

Festival Month - January

The Wanyambo Festival is one of the best opportunities to check out the local culture of Tanzania in early January. The event is staged in the northern area of Dar es Salaam known as Makumbusho, with lots of traditional music, dance, costumes, and food.

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2 ) Kiliman Adventure Challenge

Festival Month - February

A triathlon if there ever was one, the Kiliman Adventure Challenge involves three grueling events in February to discover the “KiliMan.” Events include a hike up Mount Kilimanjaro (not judged), followed by a mountain bike jaunt around the great circumference, and finally the Kilimanjaro Marathon.

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3 ) Mwaka Kogwa Festival

Festival Month - July

This four-day event in July/August is a must for visitors to Zanzibar, when village men thrash each other with banana stalks to settle arguments from the previous year. Women dress up, sing and dance, a straw hut is set on fire and a feast ensues.

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