From Kilimanjaro to Zanzibar
Tanzania is a country of vivid contrasts. From natural splendour to impressive architecture, from big game to enthralling nightlife, visitors are immersed in a colourful melting pot of heritage, language, and culture. Traditional dancing, local crafts, and a sense of proud independence permeate village life, while Tanzania’s modern cities are characterized by soaring skyscrapers, dazzling markets, and exotic cuisine.
Apart from being home to Africa’s famed Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania is also renowned for its endless savannah and the splendour of its prolific wildlife. Tourists are treated to magnificent views as thousands of teeming buffalo and zebra migrate from the plains of the Serengeti to the verdant Kenyan Masai Mara, while the Ngorongoro Crater hosts a fragile and complex ecosystem that is the only one of its kind on the planet. Nature lovers will find no shortage of attractions in Tanzania.
The spice island of Zanzibar, famous for its tropical beaches and bustling markets is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tanzania. The island offers a fascinating glimpse into Africa’s history of trade with the East, and allows visitors to experience cuisine, which is utterly captivating, a unique blend of African, Indian, and Arabic food.
Dar es Salaam is the largest and richest city in the country. It is an ideal destination for visitors to Tanzania. Not only is it a major airport hub it also offers plenty to do and see during your stay. If you are looking for accommodation in the city then check-in at Southern Sun Dar Es Salaam. The hotel is located in an elegant neighbourhood and is surrounded by botanical gardens.
A proud heritage, vibrant people, and endless natural splendour – this is Tanzania.