Undiscovered pearl The former gold mining town of Mbeya is located at an altitude of 1700m and is surrounded by high mountains. Because of its location on a highland valley, Mbeya is also called the Scotland of Africa.
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‘Rock-city’ on Lake Victoria Mwanza, with its strong Indian influence, is a port city surrounded by hills dotted with boulders.
Winding paths and picturesque villages The lush green Usambara mountains have a cool climate and invite you make to beautiful walks with panoramic views
A unique and unforgettable adventure The Kilimanjaro is the roof of Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world that is fairly easy to climb.
Away from the crowds overlooking the Kilimanjaro West Kilimanjaro is a true gem in northern Tanzania, not far from the cities of Arusha, Moshi and Kilimanjaro airport.
Mahale Mountains National Park
Face to face with the chimpanzee The remote Mahale Mountains National Park is a heavenly retreat on the crystal clear Lake Tanganyika.
Udzungwa Mountains National Park
Walking on lushly wooded slopes The Udzungwa Mountains have countless unique plants and picturesque villages and are the habitat of a number of rare monkeys.
Lake Manyara National Park
Shallow waters and dramatic slopes Lake Manyara National Park, a two-hour drive from Arusha, is bordered by the alkaline Lake Manyara and the western slopes of the Rift Valley.
Arusha National Park
Green gem with breathtaking views A day trip from Arusha city to the Arusha National Park is a wonderful start to your safari in the north of Tanzania.
Serengeti National Park
The world’s most famous game reserve Serengeti National Park, an area of grassy plains as far as the horizon goes – with countless ungulates and large groups of predators in their wake – is famous for the great migration of over a million wildebeest and zebras.