From rugged peaks to thriving plains

Tanzania is the African wilderness we all imagine. The endless plains, still and peaceful as can be, until the low drumroll of hoof on ground grows louder, and a herd of wildebeest surge onto the scene, performing the next act of their Great Migration. Here, you are a spectator in the theatre of life in one of the most vibrant auditoriums of the natural world.

All metaphors aside, it is no secret that Tanzania is home to some of the most spectacular natural scenery on the planet. From the fascinating crowds of zebras, giraffes, elephants and more, to the imposing beauty of Mount Kilimanjaro, the cup of nature is overflowing and waiting to be drunk by the hand of adventure. (Ok, maybe we weren’t quite done with the metaphors.)

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Tanzania Facts

The Tanzania mainland is bordered by Uganda, Lake Victoria, and Kenya to the north, by the Indian Ocean to the east, by Mozambique, Lake Nyasa, Malawi, and Zambia to the south and southwest, and by Lake Tanganyika, Burundi, and Rwanda to the west.

24°C

Average temp in high season

Language:

Swahali

Currency:

Tanzanian shilling

Timezone:

GMT +3:00