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.
Face to face with the chimpanzee The remote Mahale Mountains National Park is a heavenly retreat on the crystal clear Lake Tanganyika.
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.
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.
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.
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.