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UNESCO Heriatage Sites
There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tanzania including the Serengeti, Selous National Park, Ngorongoro Crater and Stone Town on Zanzibar.
Tanzania contains more surface water than any other African country.
Tanzania its the only country in the world to protect more than 28% of its land to protected areas.
Tanzania has more than 120 ethnic groups, no group is dominant.
- Arusha is called the safari capital because most of the safari destinations are fairly close to Arusha. Famous places such as Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, and
The Hadzabe Bushmen are some of the last remaining hunter-gathers in Africa.
Mountain Ol Doinyo Lengai is located 220 Kilometers away from Arusha town, Tanzania. "Ol Doinyo Lengai" means "The Mountain of God" in the Maasai language of the native
Tusks grow for most of an elephant’s lifetime and are an indicator of age.
Elephants make low-frequency calls, many of which, though loud, are too low for humans to hear.
When elephants meet at watering holes and feeding places, they greet each other affectionately.
Termites them selves have a short lifespan, but their mounds can last for centuries.
If you are not scared to have tropical fish and perhaps even sharks peep through your bedroom window, 4 metres under the surface of the Indian Ocean, then this unique
Tanzania Tourist Board