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The United Republic of Tanzania is situated in East Africa's Great Lakes region and is bordered by Kenya and Uganda in the north, Rwanda, Burundi and the Republic of congo in the west, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique to the south and the Indian Ocean to the east. The famous Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, is in the northeatern part of the country.

Tanzania's population of 51.82 million is diverse, composed of several ethnic, linquistic and religious groups which all makes the country a special visit worth!


The beautiful Serengeti National Park is renowned for the famous annual wildebeest migration, with over one and a half million wildebeest and 250.000 zebra. The National Park is a UNESCO world heritage site and covers around 5,700 square miles of grassland plains, savannah as well as forest and woodlands. The park contains a variety of wild-life, including the 'Big Five'. There are also many cheetah to be seen, Tompson's and Grant's gazelle, hyene, impala and even the elusive African wild dog.


The park's name originates from the Tarangire River that crosses through the park. The landscape and vegetation are incredibly diverse and the hilly landscape is dotted with many baobab trees, high grasses and dense bush. Huge herds of up to 300 elephants roam the national park while migratory wildebeest, zebra, impala, buffalo and eland crowd the lagoon and waterholes. The Tarangire is also home to the more unusual species of fringe-eared oryx and peculier long-necked gerenuk.


The conservation area is sutated west of Arusha in the Crater Highlands area of Tanzania. The main feature of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera. The crater, which formed when a large volcano exploded and collapsed on itself two to three million years ago, is 610 meters deep and its floor covers 260 km². A large diversity of animals reside in the crater, including an extraordinary population of predators, such as lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs and the elusive leopard; as well as hippo, wildebeest, warthog, zebra, eland, buffalo, gazelles and waterbuck.