Cities for Green Travelers in Tanzania
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- 1Tanzania27 reviews
Arguably the most magnificent park in Africa, the Serengeti basks in prolific amounts of game and is invigorating in its sheer vastness and dramatic staging. Guides are now teaching travellers how to minimise their impact and create cultural understanding. And Visitors are leaving with greater respect for the environment. Annually, 1.5 million wildebeest and some 250,000 zebra migrate through. Prides ...
- 2Tanzania10 reviews
A visit to the Masaai village here was so humbling and eye opening. That was another moment that made me feel how much I already have...yet how little I really need....and how much I thought I have seen...yet how much more that is waiting to be explored in this world.
- 3Tanzania31 reviews
Zanzibar feels like another world, one scented with cinnamon, drenched in sugar cane juice, populated with dhow (carved wooden boats) and women dressed in the traditional bui-bui. A trip to Zanzibar is well worth the two-hour ferry ride or puddle-jump in a plane to savour its spicy delights.
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- 4Tanzania12 reviews
My home town and the leading District for tourism in Tanzania.
- 5Tanzania13 reviews
beatiful town, try Mkate Majai good food. friendly people
- 6Tanzania26 reviews
Breathtaking... Majestic... Stunning... These words don't do justice to the feeling you get the first time you have a clear view of the mountain. I went to hike Kilimanjaro after graduating form college, and it was amazing. A friend and I booked the Machame Route through Shah Tours, a local company, and was largely surprised by how smooth it went. ...
- 7Tanzania5 reviews
Nungwi is the perfect place to relax after a safari. We spent six days just relaxing, reading and exploring the crystal clear waters and white sand beaches. I would highly recommend spending the majority of your time here rather than Stone Town while you're in Zanzibar. Also, a heads up, there are no ATMs in Nungwi (as of summer 2012). ...
- 8Tanzania22 reviews
Dar was really cool only problem was traffic was crazy and the heat was out of this world...........dint spend much tym there but had alot of fun
- 9Tanzania6 reviews
Small and full with monkeys, this national park is so different from all the other places I've seen in this area. As far as I remember there are no cats in the area but many different types of monkeys and the largest number of giraffes and hippos I've seen. Since it's a small place there isn't a boring moment and ...
- 10Tanzania4 reviews
daytime often not possible to see mount kilimanjaro
- 11Tanzania5 reviews
If you like elephants....not scratch that. If you LOVE elephants, then this is a MUST stop for anyone traveling to East Africa. The terrain is like no other, filled with hills, baobab this park will not disappoint. Wildlife sightings galore and you are virtually guaranteed an elephant sighting or 100.
- 12Tanzania4 reviews
Endless white sandy beaches all the way to Paje in the north, and as far south as I could walk in a day. It is tidal so you can only swim at certain times during the day. There is an offshore reef for some mildly entertaining snorkeling, and plenty of fishing villages along the coast to watch as you stroll ...
- 14Tanzania3 reviews
me encanta iringa por que es super chuloooooooooooo
- 15Tanzania4 reviews
Endless white sandy beaches hosting a handful of big fishing villages, and a number of resorts. The beach here is tidal, meaning you can only swim during high tides. Plenty of space to find your own little plot of sand and laze the day away.
- 17Tanzania1 review
- 18Tanzania1 review
Diving up at Swahili Divers is out of this world.
- 20Tanzania1 review
Incredibly warm waters, great for fishing, diving, relaxing and drinking ;)