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Information on Tanzania:

Tanzania's Northern Safari Circuit and Tanzania's Southern Safari Circuit offer some of the finest safaris and wildlife viewing throughout Africa. Tanzania's natural abundance of wildlife, along with the annual migration of millions of wildebeest across the Serengeti, make the safari of a lifetime; this flourishing eco-system is now benefiting through hard-fought conservation measures enforced by the Tanzania Government..
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Tanzania and Zanzibar
The Tanzania safari is home to several world famous National Parks and Game Reserves such as: Ngorongoro Crater, Selous Game Reserve, Gombe Stream, the Serengeti, the Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Mikumi, Arusha, Ruaha, Saadani, Udzungwa Mountains and Rubondo Island National Park. Their are many other game reserves in Tanzania; all safari parks and game reserves in Tanzania charge Park Fees. For other information about Tanzania such as Bus Timetables and Train Timetables, and Zanzibar Ferry Timetables can be found on this site - additional information on Tanzania can be found by contacting us by email..
Mama Kalisti in Arusha Tanzania
The hub of Tanzania is Dar es Salaam; this city is a great for shopping and party's and is also the commercial capital and major sea port for the Tanzania Mainland. A Tanzania Safari is an unforgettable adventure, it touches something deep within us and it is an experience that will never be forgotten. The Tanzania safari allowing you to explore an astonishing diversity of landscapes, abundant wildlife and the fascinating cultures within Tanzania. The vast open plain of Serengeti has the largest concentration of wildlife in the world and famous for the last great wildlife migration. Tanzania's Eden is found in the unique Ngorongoro Crater. The spectacular Lake Manyara National Park in the Great Rift Valley is famous for its tree climbing Lion's, the Tarangire National Park is famous for its eco system with huge Baobab trees and large herds of Elephants and walking safaris in the wilderness area.
Dar es Sallam - Tanzania
Information on Responsible Tourism in Tanzania

Responsible Tourism in Tanzania is an attitude of mind to which we should all aspire. When on a walking safari or camping safari it is a must to keep to the tracks laid out in the parks; in Tanzania it is important to keep to the designated trails whilst on safari. If a driver is caught making a new trail with his safari vehicle he looses his license and is banned from all National Parks in Tanzania. To keep to the trials helps protect fauna and prevents soil erosion. Tanzania takes its responsibility towards the environment very seriously.

Tanzania links  

The Tanzania Juma Pages

Juma's info on Tanzania

BBC Africa News Link
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Tanzania Information Link
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