Home of three of the most well-known lakes of Africa: Lake Victoria in the North, Tanganyika in the West and Nyasa in the South. It’s also home to the highest point of the continent: Mount Kilimanjaro. And of course travel paradise: Zanzibar. Tanzania is one of those places you must have visited at least once in your lifetime.
The local currency is Tanzanian shilling.
Here you find the current exchange rate.
mainland: Christian 30%, Islam 35%, indigenous 35%; Zanzibar: more than 99% Islam.
Native African 99% (includes 95% Bantu, consisting of more than 130 tribes), Asian, European, and Arab 1%. On Zanzibar & Maffia Island you mainly find Arab people.
Swahili, English (both official); Arabic and many local languages.
Where is Tanzania?
Tanzania is in East Africa on the Indian Ocean. To the north are Uganda and Kenya; to the west, Burundi, Rwanda, and Congo; and to the south, Mozambique, Zambia, and Malawi.
Is Tanzania safe?
Tanzania is generally considered a safe country. That said, you do need to take the usual precautions and keep up with government travel advisories. Avoid isolated areas, especially isolated stretches of beach.
And well, the commong thing in cities; pickpockets are everywhere.
Do I need a visa for Tanzania?
It depends on the country you are from. Check here if you need a visa to travel to Tanzania.
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