Whether it’s day trips or hidden gems around the country,
Tanzania has a lot more in store to offer
The hot springs of Kikuletwa – also known as Chemka Hot Springs is a little oasis between Moshi and Arusha with crystal clear turquoise waters to swim and unwind.
Village of Materuni is home to towering waterfalls and coffe farms. A short but challenging hike will take you to the waterfalls where you can refresh in the natural pools.
Every night Forodhani Gardens at the Stone Town turns into a busy street food market serving fresh seafood and local delicacies, such as Zanzibari pizza.
A wildlife haven, home to lions, giraffes, zebras and more that roam freely and visitors can feed or take photos with.
As well as its natural beauty the gorge is where evidence was discovered for some of the oldest known human species.
A crater lake in a caldera where you can kayak, birdwatch, hike, swim or look out for baboons.
According to most reputable surveys, Tanzania’s population includes more than 120 different indigenous African peoples, most of whom are today clustered into larger groupings.
Because of the effects of rural-to-urban migration, modernization, and politicization, some of the smallest ethnic groups are gradually disappearing.
Tanzanian cuisine varies by geographical region. Along the coastal regions spicy foods are common, and there is also frequent use of coconut milk.
Regions in Tanzania’s mainland consume different foods. including wali (rice), ugali (maize porridge), nyama choma (grilled meat), mshikaki (marinated beef), samaki (fish), pilau (rice mixed with a variety of spices), biriyani, and ndizi-nyama (plantains with meat).
Tanzania has a generally comfortable climate year-round, although there are significant regional variations. The tropical coast stays quite hot and humid with heavy and reliable rainfall, especially during the rainy season. The central plateau is cooler and arid.
Along the coast and in the off shore islands of Tanzania, the average temperature ranges between 27°C and 29°C, while in the central, northern and western parts temperatures range between 20°C and 30°C. Temperatures are higher between December and March, and coolest between June and July.
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