Tanzania

Diversity is the word when it comes to Tanzania, this includes the landscape, it's demographic composition, the food, the culture and wildlife. A trip to this glorious nation will be one filled with memories and unforeseen experiences that will stick with you forever and always.

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Tanzania may not have been on the top of your travelling bucket list, but that needs to change. If you are a wildlife fanatic, this is the home of conservation, with the country boasting the world's largest volume of animals per square km. In fact, its one of the only remaining countries in which unrecognised species are still being discovered today.
In terms of its ethnic diversity, it has the largest composition of national languages of all countries in Eastern Africa, with over 100 being reported. Within the population, there are over 120 African Tribal groups, each with their own customs and traditions, making every visit to the nation an educational exploration like none you've ever had before.

Sensorial Experience

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The breathtaking sights to be discovered in Tanzania are neverending. One thing is for sure, this is a country for adventurers; whether your adventure consists of climbing Kilimanjaro, the world's tallest mountain, diving off one of Zanzibar's 30 diving sights or trekking through Serengeti National Park, where you can admire the world's oldest and most diverse ecosystem.

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The contemporary music scene in Tanzania is incredibly lively, with a range of young, innovative artists making a name for new genres like Bongo Flava and also bringing back the old styles like Muziki wa Dansi. Dar es Salaam is known as the music capital of Eastern Africa, so you can expect to dance until the early hours there, whether it is at a beachside bar or at a music festival.

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Inhale the glorious scents of the dense flora and fauna in the Serengeti National Park; this is probably some of the freshest and unspoilt air you will ever encounter. After your safari, relax in front of the fire pit with a glass of wine and let the smell of the burning bush warm your heart and soul.

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Zanzibar is often referred to as spice island due to the Arabic and Indian influences on its cuisine that dated back to the 16th century when traders from different nations migrated to Tanzania to work. Seafood is a common component of meals in the region due to its maritime location. The fish market, Kivukani is famous for its exotic and delicious variety of fresh fish, as well as its lively atmosphere.

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Strip away the materialistic burdens of your life and take a trip to Tanzania. For the first time, you will appreciate a life of simplicity where you can live harmoniously with nature and stop worrying about the little things in life.

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