Tanzania Travel Guide
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Tourist Information Center🇹🇿 Explore Tanzania, the home to Africa’s highest mountain and the tropical Paradise islands of Zanzibar.

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Zanzibar Town / Zanzibar City is the capital of the state of Zanzibar. Zanzibar City is growing in popularity for its crystal clear blue seas, architecture, and spices. Zanzibar town is a living history.For most visitors Zanzibar Town means Stone Town, the historic quarter where you can wander for hours through a maze of narrow streets, easily losing yourself in centuries of history.  #zanzibarisland#island  @mah33r_abdulrazak

Zanzibar Town / Zanzibar City is the capital of the state of Zanzibar. Zanzibar City is growing in popularity for its crystal clear blue seas, architecture, and spices. Zanzibar town is a living history.For most visitors Zanzibar Town means Stone Town, the historic quarter where you can wander for hours through a maze of narrow streets, easily losing yourself in centuries of history. #zanzibarisland #island  @mah33r_abdulrazak

Kalambo Falls is said to be Africa's second tallest free-leaping or single-drop waterfall (second to one of the tiers of Tugela Falls in South Africa) at 221m. It is located on the Kalambo River near the southeastern shore of Lake Tanganyika on the Tanzania-Zambia border. Kalambo Falls is also considered one of the most important archaeological sites in Africa, with occupation spanning over 250,000 years.
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Kalambo Falls is said to be Africa's second tallest free-leaping or single-drop waterfall (second to one of the tiers of Tugela Falls in South Africa) at 221m. It is located on the Kalambo River near the southeastern shore of Lake Tanganyika on the Tanzania-Zambia border. Kalambo Falls is also considered one of the most important archaeological sites in Africa, with occupation spanning over 250,000 years. * * ** #experience #discover #tourism 

Changuu Island is a small island 5.6 km north-west of Stone Town, Unguja, Zanzibar. The island is around 800m long and 230m wide at its broadest point. The island is one of the famous tourist attraction in Zanzibar.
It takes about 20-30 minutes a boat ride from Stonetown to reach the Island. The island offers excellent snorkeling, a beautiful and a quiet white sandy beach, giant turtle 🐢 sanctuary and coral rag forest.

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Changuu Island is a small island 5.6 km north-west of Stone Town, Unguja, Zanzibar. The island is around 800m long and 230m wide at its broadest point. The island is one of the famous tourist attraction in Zanzibar. It takes about 20-30 minutes a boat ride from Stonetown to reach the Island. The island offers excellent snorkeling, a beautiful and a quiet white sandy beach, giant turtle 🐢 sanctuary and coral rag forest. #traveltheworld #seetheworld #amazingplaces #travelphotography 

What Makes Safari Great? 
Safari is less about the accommodations and more about the experiences.
It’s all about the wildlife, wilderness.
The connections to age-old landscapes and age-old cultures.

What Makes Safari Great? Safari is less about the accommodations and more about the experiences. It’s all about the wildlife, wilderness. The connections to age-old landscapes and age-old cultures.

Zanzibar Town / Zanzibar City is the capital of the state of Zanzibar. Zanzibar City is growing in popularity for its crystal clear blue seas, architecture, and spices. Zanzibar town is a living history.For most visitors Zanzibar Town means Stone Town, the historic quarter where you can wander for hours through a maze of narrow streets, easily losing yourself in centuries of history.  #zanzibarisland#island

Zanzibar Town / Zanzibar City is the capital of the state of Zanzibar. Zanzibar City is growing in popularity for its crystal clear blue seas, architecture, and spices. Zanzibar town is a living history.For most visitors Zanzibar Town means Stone Town, the historic quarter where you can wander for hours through a maze of narrow streets, easily losing yourself in centuries of history. #zanzibarisland #island 

Kuza Cave offers a unique experience for adventurous nature-lovers. At the base of the cave there is a crystal clear pool made from the underground water table. The water is cold but refreshing! Swimming in the healing mineral waters is an unforgettable experience. The area is a wildlife sanctuary for dozens of  Red Colobus Monkeys, birds, butterflies and bushbabies. 
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#wonderfultanzania#tanzanie#visittanzania#zanzibarbeach#travel

Kuza Cave offers a unique experience for adventurous nature-lovers. At the base of the cave there is a crystal clear pool made from the underground water table. The water is cold but refreshing! Swimming in the healing mineral waters is an unforgettable experience. The area is a wildlife sanctuary for dozens of Red Colobus Monkeys, birds, butterflies and bushbabies. @ebb.and.flow.paje #wonderfultanzania #tanzanie #visittanzania #zanzibarbeach #travel 

Tanzania has become a popular destination for travellers. The country has varieties tourists’ attractions features.30% of country’s area is occupied with National Parks, nature reserves, and protected areas.

Tanzania has become a popular destination for travellers. The country has varieties tourists’ attractions features.30% of country’s area is occupied with National Parks, nature reserves, and protected areas.

Stone Town’s architecture is as unique as its history.This architecture tells the story of the  History of Zanzibar. Its architecture, mostly dating back to the 19th century, reflects the diverse influences underlying the Swahili culture, giving a unique mixture of Arab, Persian, Indian and European elements.
Traditional buildings have a baraza, a long stone bench along the outside walls used to sit down, rest & socialize. The most well-known feature of Zanzibari houses are the finely decorated wooden doors, with rich carvings and bas-reliefs, sometimes with big brass studs of Indian tradition.

Stone Town’s architecture is as unique as its history.This architecture tells the story of the History of Zanzibar. Its architecture, mostly dating back to the 19th century, reflects the diverse influences underlying the Swahili culture, giving a unique mixture of Arab, Persian, Indian and European elements. Traditional buildings have a baraza, a long stone bench along the outside walls used to sit down, rest & socialize. The most well-known feature of Zanzibari houses are the finely decorated wooden doors, with rich carvings and bas-reliefs, sometimes with big brass studs of Indian tradition.