The State Of Tanzania Tourism at the end of 2015
- Approx 28% of Tanzania’s land area is protected – the highest amount of any country in the world.
- New York Times named us one of the “52 Places to Go In 2015″
- Travel + Leisure. named us one of the”Best Places To Travel In 2015″
- Travel Alliance named The Tanzania Tourist Board the Bronze Award for “The Best Tourist Board – Africa” at the 2016 Travvy Awards
- Tanzania has 16 National Parks and 31 game reserves, 50 Game Controlled Areas, one special Conservation Area (the Ngorongoro) and three Marine Parks.
- Tanzania has Africa’s highest mountain, the legendary Mt. Kilimanjaro;
- The magical plains of the Serengeti, home to the “Great Migration”;
- the world acclaimed Ngorongoro Crater, known as the “8th Wonder of the World”;
- Olduvai Gorge, the cradle of mankind:
- the Selous, the world’s largest game reserve;
- Ruaha, now the second largest National Park in Africa and also featured on Afar Magazine’s “2015 Where to Go” list;
- the spice islands of Zanzibar;
- and seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Most important for visitors, the Tanzanian people, with a rich history and diverse blend of cultures, are warm and friendly. Tanzania is an oasis of peace and stability with a democratically elected and stable government.
we have a lot going for us