People in the West are notable for viewing Africa as a single, homogeneous land rather than a collection of distinct nations. This is exacerbated when people attempt to distinguish between two countries in the same region, as is the case with Kenya and Tanzania.
Tanzania has benefited from just being overshadowed by its own northern neighbour. Tourism has increased more silently and considerately in this area, with very few low-priced packages and also more personalized experiences.
Tanzania is a country of unparalleled beauty. You can’t experience all of it in one lifetime. From stunning islands to spectacular savannahs to soaring mountains – there’s simply too much to explore in Tanzania.
Tanzania consists of around 20 per cent of the species of the country, Africa's massive population. Tanzania is the most incredible wild spot, and there are the number of tourists found here for the reserves.
BENGALURU: Bengaluru On September 29, seven students of Indus International School, Bengaluru, planted their feet on the highest point in Africa: the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Reaching the mountain’s summit was an unforgettable moment