This is Tanzania tourism in 15 pictures

Tanzania is one place you need to visit – in case you didn’t know. This is even more so if you’re doing an organised safari. Tanzania boasts of about a million tourists annually and has many tourist attractions. Approximately 38 percent of the country’s land area is set aside in protected areas for conservation. There are 17 national parks, 29 game reserves, 40 controlled conservation areas and marine parks! You will be excited to know that Tanzania houses Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest point in Africa. We spotlighted some others, in pictures:

Mount Kilimanjaro – The highest Mountain in Africa (Source: Worldatlas)
Lake Victoria – Africa’s largest lake (Source: Tanzania Tourism)
Katavi National Park (Source: Journey By design)
Mafia Island (Source: flightlink)
Arusha National Park (Source: Abacus African Vacation)
Stone Town (Source: Planetware) you
Zanzibar Beaches (Source: Tanzania Odyssey)
National Museum of Tanzania (Source: Wikipedia)
Balloon Safari (Source: Africa Dream Safaris)
Masai Village (Source: Sassy Funke)
Lake Manyara (Source: The Planet)
Arusha Cultural Heritage Centre (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Selous Game Reserve (Source: G ADVENTURES)
Pemba Island (Source: Lonely Planet)
Ruaha National Park (Source: Tanzania Tourism)


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