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JULIUS NYERERE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – DAR ES SALAAM

Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) is the largest and busiest International Airport in Tanzania, located in Dar es Salaam, the largest city in Tanzania. The airport is one of the 58 functional government-owned airports and airstrips developed, operated and managed by the Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA). JNIA is located about 12 kilometres (7.5 miles) southwest [...]
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KILIMANJARO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) is an international airport located in Hai District, Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania. The airport serves the cities of Arusha and Moshi and mainly serves regional flights as well as a few long-haul services due to its importance as a leisure destination. It is the largest airport in northern Tanzania, by size and passenger volume. Kilimanjaro Airport opened on 2 December [...]
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TARANGIRE

Covering approximately 2,600 square kilometres, Tarangire lies to the south over large open grass plains of the southern Maasai land. Tarangire National Park is named after the Tarangire flood, where great flocks of animals gather together in the dry season from June to November. This is the best time to visit Tarangire. Most of the [...]
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NGORONGORO CRATER

Nearly  two million years ago, Ngorongoro peak towered almost as high as Kilimanjaro. Both these mountains formed the highest peaks in Africa at that time. The Ngorongoro peak collapsed beneath the volcano to form a cardera ,the largest unbroken and unflooded in the world today. Although a geological feature formed by the withdrawal of a […]

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ARUSHA NATIONAL PARK

Arusha National is one of the smallest parks in Tanzania, well known for its five distinct vegetation zones. There is a water forest with towering fig and mahogany trees, extensive marshland, stretches of grassland, parklands with acacia trees, and scrubland on the face of the Rift Valley. In spite of its modest size, (137 km^2), [...]
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OLDUVAI GORGE

The 50 km long Olduvai Gorge between the Ngorongoro crater and Serengeti has on several occasions shed the light over the origin of human kind. Already in the 1920’s, Mary and Lois Leakey found the first fossil leftovers of the forefathers of Homo sapiens, and later they dug up a few primitive stone tools and […]

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MKOMAZI NATIONAL PARK

Mkomazi National Park is located in northeastern Tanzania on the Kenyan border, in Kilimanjaro Region and Tanga Region. It was established as a game reserve in 1951 and upgraded to a national park in 2006. The park never attracted the financial support provided for the better-known wildlife strongholds such as the Ngorongoro and the Serengeti National Parks. [...]
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NGORONGORO CRATER HIGHLANDS

ATTRACTIONS IN THE NGORONGORO CRATER HIGHLANDS. NDUTU WOODLANDS: Acacia trees, resident giraffes, impala and elephants  in the dry season. MOUNT OLDEANI: Forested crater. LAKE EYASI :The largest soda lake in Tanzania, with diverse cultures settled around the area. Explore the real Bushmen, the Hadzabe and the Datoga tribe. LAKE NATRON:Engaresero river gorge, breeding flamingos in […]

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MOUNT MERU

Eclipsed by the majestic dome of its nearby neighbor Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru has never gained its rightful place as a major tourist attraction in the Northern circuit. But to anyone visiting Arusha,the jagged profile ofthis grand volcano, rising from densely forested flanks, inevitably sends a fascinating, challenging call. Once a volcano cone, Mt Meru lost […]

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MT. KILIMANJARO

KILEMAKYARO-the original name of this world-famous mountain –means” hard to conquer”.This name was difficult for foreigners to pronounce, so as time passed kilemakyaro became known as Kilimanjaro. At 5896 meters, Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain and the highest free-standing mountain in the world and is located in Tanzania. Its permanently snowcapped peak rises from the [...]
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