Tanzania

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Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Crater, and Serengeti National Park: Tanzania is home to some truly majestic scenery with grazing wild animals, fertile coffee plants, and indigenous tribes with long-cherished traditions. Zanzibar, the Spice Island is without doubt the country's brightest gem for its colonial heritage and colourful marine life, but the other islands of the turquoise archipelago merit just as much visitor attention. From safaris in landlocked reserves to kite-surfing amidst the waves of the Indian Ocean, Tanzania has everything that makes people flock to the untamed lands of Africa.
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Zanzibar

Hakuna matata is Swahili for "no worries", and this is exactly the spirit that fills the atmosphere of Zanzibar —the Spice Island of Tanzania. A heavenly world sprinkled with charming colonial buildings, white sandy beaches, colourful markets, and flavours of exotic cuisines from all over the world.