Tanzania Travel Guide: Tanzania Tourism
Tanzania Travel Guide will open your eyes to why Tanzania has attracted visitors for years from everywhere around the globe. Learn about the wonderful wildlife that beautifully collides with human culture.
Know it all about the most famous places to hit in Tanzania along with the wildlife, weather conditions, how to get there, things to do in and many more. Memphis Tours will make sure to keep you updated with Tanzania Tourism.
Tumbatu Island is one of the most beautiful places in Tanzania where visitors enjoy snorkeling, seeing the lighthouse and having a lovely walk on the beach. Know more!
Udzungwa Mountains National Park is one of the best national parks located in Tanzania where visitors see a lot of national habitats such as tropical rainforest, mountain forest. Read more!
Tanzania is known for its many attractions but Kilimanjaro is the supreme attraction and an adventure for mountain climbers.
Tanzania's Wildlife is not only abundant but is packed with different walks of exotic animals. Serengeti National Oark is without a doubt one of those hubs. Read more!
Nothing is more rejuvenating or relaxing as laying down under the crisp sun and white sand of the beaches in Zanzibar.
Being a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a safe haven and defense body for many of the endangered species. Read more!
Know all about Lake Manyara National Park: how to get there, best time to visit, wildlife and what to do there. Read more!
Mafia Island in Tanzania is mafia-free and a piece of heaven on earth with lots of fascinating scenery and colorful aquatic creatures. Know more!
Named after the Tarangire river flowing across the park, Tarangire National Park spreads over 2,850 square kilometers featuring granitic ridges, river valleys, and swamps. Read more!
Dominated by the fourth highest mountain in Africa, Arusha National Park is one of the remarkable national parks in Tanzania. Read more!
All what you need to know about Pemba Island: culture, location, best time to visit, things to do and more.
Know about Stone Town Zanzibar, the diverse town that reflects multiculturalism. It displays cultures of Africa, the Arab region, India and Europe.
Gombe National Park is one of the smallest parks in Tanzania with a lot to offer everyone from wildlife to forest vegetation. Read more!
Covering an area of 54,600 square kilometers, Selous Game Reserve is the largest protected game reserve in the African continent. Read more!
Prison Island Zanzibar has become a must-see jewel of Tanzania with the highlight attraction of being a large home for the tortoises. Read more!
Katavi National Park is known for its huge herds mostly consisting of Zebras, Giraffes, Buffaloes and so much more to discover. Read more!
Located on the Swahili coast, Dar Es Salaam Tanzania is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. Read more!
Cheetah’s Rock does not identify itself as a zoo or a sanctuary, it could be described as a wildlife school as there are no signs of animal cruelty. Know more!
Darajani Market or Bazaar is considered one of the main markets in Stone Town. Know more about what to buy from there.
This is your ultimate guide about Saanane Island National Park: wildlife, things to do, location and how to get there.
- Check-up from your dentist and your doctor if you have any regular medication or chronic illness, such as high blood pressure or asthma.
- Organize spare contact lenses and glasses.
- Get a first-aid and medical kit together; arrange necessary vaccinations.
- Carry medications in their original (labeled) containers.
- If carrying syringes or needles, have a physician’s letter documenting their medical necessity.
- There are strict laws that prohibit taking wildlife products out of Kenya.
- Public transport usually involve crowded buses called, dalla dallas, matatu or others depending on which country you’re in Africa.
- Kenya: Visit Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Amboseli National Park, Amboseli, Naivasha, Mount Kilimanjaro, Lake Nakuru.
- Tanzania: Visit The Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti, Tarangire National park.
- Uganda: Enjoy the rhinos of the Ziwa project, marvel at the great Nile river and Murchison falls, the national parks for Chimps and Gorillas.
- Rwanda: Enjoy Kigali, prime apes, dense forest, plantations, and beautiful lakeside scenery