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Although Mt. Kilimanjaro tops the list as Africa’s most famous — and highest — mountain, Tanzania boasts many other mountain ranges and attractive peaks. Most of the country’s mountains and volcanoes are located in the north and east of the country. They vary from the dramatic crater of Mt. Meru and the active volcano of Ol Donyo Lengai to tamer options like the Usambara Mountains and comparatively gentle slopes of the Crater Highlands.
Exciting new adventure opportunities are now available in our National Parks. Games drives through our National parks remain the most popular activity for visitors to the National Parks.
With over 120 resident different tribes, Tanzania offers an array of fascinating cultures and history ready to be shared with visitors.
Various local communities run their own cultural programmes and welcome visitors into their communities in order to showcase their way of life to the outside world.
The coast of Tanzania is perhaps most famous for the Zanzibar Archipelago, a cluster of islands that saw the growth and survival of Swahili civilisation and trade until the mid-twentieth century.
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