While in Tanzania go snorkelling or scuba dive off the coasts of mainland Tanzania and the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia; climb the highest peak in Africa or join a safari and spot the 'Big 5'.
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Local Tip There is reserved parking space for visitors to the museum in India Street. Parked vehicles may be surrounded by street vendors trying to sell curios. Be firm with them if you do not wish to buy anything and...
Local Tip The lodge is situated close to Lake Manyara National Park and Tarangire National Park making it an ideal base to explore both parks!
Rising over 5km from the surrounding plains to a peak of 5892m, Kilimanjaro, a national park, and a World Heritage Site since 1989, is Africa’s...more »
The Serengeti is one of the world's most evocative names....more »
Visiting the Serengeti has been a dream since childhood. Watching the Discovery Channel while growing up in suburban America, it was almost impossible to conceive of a land free of highways where...more »
(Photo - flickr - danafrx) Imagine the atmosphere at the Royal Ascot Races in Britain – people dressed in their best clothes, women in their big...more »
It is truly remarkable how East Africa, and specifically Tanzania has in a short period of time become the main focus of attention as a source of new global gas supply. Large amounts of foreign investments have been invested in the Tanzanian Oil and Gas industry after its discovery. These investments have made East Africa the next lucrative... more »
After a successful 3 years of Power & Energy Africa - Kenya, the demand has now increased and we now bring the show to the entire East African region, thus launching the first edition of Power & Energy Africa 2015 in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. The Power & Energy Africa 2015 will be held from the 27th to the 29th of August, 2015 at Tanzania's... more »
The Timamu African Film Festival (TiAFF) is a showcase of seasoned and emerging filmmakers from the African continent whose works reflect the true stories, hopes and dreams of Africa. If you are an African filmmaker with an artistic vision and voice that needs to be seen and heard, this is your festival. Log into:... more »
Visitors from all over the world converge on Bagamoyo in September for the annual Bagamoyo Arts Festival. Bagamoyo is Tanzania's arts capital, home to the Chuo cha Sanaa, the Bagamoyo College of Arts, sculpture, crafts and arts centres and artist cooperative groups. For 5 days in September, Bagamoyo is buzzing with activity, with... more »
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