Tanzania is nature's playground, which offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities. Hiking, mountaineering and ski mountaineering, paragliding and hang-gliding, water-skiing, sailing, windsurfing, rafting, and canoeing are some of the outdoor activities that you can undertake in Tanzania. Local guides from PrivateGuide help you to explore Africa’s most alluring destinations, all packed into one country under the name of Tanzania. 

You are welcome to Tabora and Ujiji, located on caravan routes, which earlier led into the heart of an unknown continent, so these places are of great tourist interest. Personal guides pay your attention to such spot as Selous, Africa’s largest protected area. The best safari can be practised in Ruaha, while Mahale and Gombe invite the visitors to see chimpanzees in the wild. But if you prefer to see buffaloes and hippos in their natural environment, head for seldom-visited areas of Katavi.You will be fascinated how quickly the sceneries change. At one turn you come across idyllic beaches, at the other you face the moss-covered ruins of ancient Swahili city-states. The tour guides advice the travelers to climb mist-covered slopes in the Southern Highlands, offer to do the trekking through the barren landscapes around Ol Doinyo Lengai. The tourists, coming to Tanzania, can’t help admiring ancient rock paintings around Kolo village, discovering the shores of the Lake Victoria, or trying fresh fish, bought in one of numerous small fishing villages.

As for the culture of Tanzania, it is a specific blend of cultural influence of more than 100 ethnic groups. Wherever you go, take advantage of opportunities to get to know warmth and politeness of Tanzanians. Tourism industry in Tanzania can be characterized as a booming one. That’s why the country is an ideal choice for both first-time visitors and experienced travelers.

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