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Stone Town, Zanzibar, Lake Manyara, Ruaha National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Kiwengwa, Zanzibar, Arusha, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, Kilimanjaro, Pemba Island, Chole Bay, Mafia Island, Bwejuu, Zanzibar, Jambiani, Zanzibar, Serengeti National Park, Nungwi, Zanzibar, Zanzibar
The wonderful country of Tanzania has in recent years become a tourist destination of note. Known for its magnificent safari resorts in the iconic Serengeti Plains and Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania boasts breathless scenery, abundant wildlife, and natural spectacles that typify the African continent. The capital city of Dar Es Salaam is one of the world’s main sea routes and usually is a port of call for those needing to get from one place to another.
Translated as the ‘House of Peace’ from Arabic, Dar es Salaam is also Tanzania’s main economic and commercial hub making it a vital part of the country. However, tourists to this tropical paradise will be blown away by the city’s rich history, its multicultural society, and wide array of interesting activities to visit and explore.
The charm of this exciting city radiates off its streets with visitors urged to take walks in and around the city centre to truly soak up its unique atmosphere. A trip to the Kariakoo market is a popular option for many tourists who can then visit the nearby Mbudja Islands where they can enjoy favourite water sports such as scuba diving and deep sea fishing. Other must-see attractions includes the beautiful Zoological Gardens, the National Museum, and the Village Museum, where history buffs will be kept busy studying the various pieces that make up this great country.
The beaches are a pivotal part of Tanzania and Dar es Salaam is home to some of the most beautiful shores. Visitors are welcome to take a ferry across the Zanzibar channel and frolic in the waves of the Kigamboni and Kipepeo beaches or head further south and enjoy the stunning resorts of Amani and Ras Kutani.