Tanzania Travel Guide
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Fodor's The Complete Guide to African Safaris
Plan Your Tanzania Vacation
Tanzania is the quintessential, definitive Africa of your dreams. And who wouldn't want to visit a place where the names of its legendary travel destinations roll off the tongue like an incantation: Zanzibar, Serengeti, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Lake Tanganyika, Lake Victoria, the Rift Valley, the Ngorongoro Crater, and Olduvai Gorge, "the Cradle of Humankind."
You'll find the ultimate in luxury at many of the safari camps, lodges, and coastal resorts and hotels. It's highly recommended that you opt for a private...read more
Food in the lodges is plentiful and tasty, and if you head to the coast, you'll dine on superb seafood and fish with lots of fresh fruit and vegetables...read more
Things To Do in Tanzania
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
The Great Migration.: This annual movement is one of the great natural wonders of the world.... Read more
The East African coast appears to have first been explored by the Phoenicians in approximately 600 BC. Bantu peoples arrived about 2,000 years... Read more
If you have a great interest in evolution and human origins, Olduvai Gorge, a World Heritage Site, is a definite must. It's about a 90-minute... Read more
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A scientific study would compare Feb and March within the same year and make that comparison over numerous years. Read more
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