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The Friendly Culture in Tanzania
With over 120 tribal groups, the culture in Tanzania is well-known for its hospitality. Not only is this land enriched with spectacular beauty, but the friendly local residents will add a certain warmth to your visit.
In addition, the culture in Tanzania prides itself in the game parks such as Ngorongoro, Serengeti and Manyara not to mention the Selous (bigger than Denmark), Ruaha, Mikumi, Gombe and other parks where wildlife roam in vast numbers. About 1/4 of 938,000 sq. km of Tanzania has been reserved for game and national parks.
Geographical Tanzania Info
With the Indian Ocean on its east and lakes sprinkled about its borders, Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa being half the size of Western Europe.
The coastline is 800 kilometres long with the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia offering exciting and unusual destinations.
Some of the country's highlights include Mount Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest mountain, Lake Tanganyika - Africa's deepest lake, and Lake Victoria - the world's second largest lake and source of the Nile. With these (and more) on offer, it's a no wonder that adventure plays an important role in a trip to Tanzania. Information on these highlights can be obtained by sending us an email.