It was in Tanzania, on the dusty floor of Olduvai Gorge, that humankind’s earliest relatives walked, leaving their footprints behind as a mark of humanity’s beginning. For a millennia, Tanzania has played an essential part in the life of the African Continent. The great wildebeest migration alone comprises the largest movement of the land animals on the planet.
The United Republic of Tanzania, known for its peace and stability. A well-maintained infrastructure and 3 international airports. Tanzania’s people are a diverse mix of traditional people, village farmers and cosmopolitan professionals united by a common language, Swahili.
Serengeti National Park is together with the Masai Mara, one of the most well-known of all wildlife areas. The Ngorongoro crater, often called the 8th Natural Wonder of the World, is a must-see for its’ sheer beauty. Deep within the ancient caldera, herds of gazelle roam beside stated lions, black rhino and elusive cheetah can be spotted.
Welcome to Tanzania, experience the warmth of the people, the magic of the wilderness and the splendour of the wildlife.
Tanzania’s climate is predominately tropical. The average day temperature is 30°C. In high-altitude areas such as Kilimanjaro and Ngorongoro Highlands, temperatures can be very cold. The hotest months are from December till March. The coolest are June, July and August.
The currency is the Tanzanian Shilling, TZS.
The official languages are English & Swahili.
The international airport of Arusha is Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO).
The international airport of Dar-es-Salaam is Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere International Airport (DAR).
The international airport in Zanzibar is Zanzibar International Airport in Kisauni (ZNZ).