Visitor guide to Tanzania

The Arab-Muslim in style they belonged to the Omani empire, and gained its stunning nature of the Indian Ocean as rich sandy beaches stretching the twists and coral infested swamps and forests, volcanic mountains and lakes characterizes Tanzania.

These are some of the tourist sites in Tanzania:

1- Kilimanjaro
It is one of the main tourist sites in Tanzania, featuring mountain sanctuaries and national parks of several most important: protected KILIMANJARO that have been included on the UNESCO list of national heritage, as well as Valjbl is one of the best places in the world and the most difficult to climb the mountain a highest mountain in Africa, with height of up to 5, 895 m above sea level and consists of three volcanic cones, a closest point covered with snow from the equator.

2- Zanzibar Island
Zanzibar is a small island compared to the beach is a land of Muslim-ruled Arab Omanis nearly a thousand years, and consists of two large islands, name is Zanzibar and Pemba, in addition to the twenty-seven small islands distributed around Pemba.
Moreover, the island of Zanzibar, known as the finest spices and spices produced in the Jozani Forest, where exotic trees.
However, the beaches of Zanzibar special feature and most famous of these beaches SHATI Knudoa.o is dotted with old-style houses that combine Eastern and Indian and African style. In addition, archaeological sites attract tourists, especially Burgos Palace and the house of wonders.

3- Lake Victoria
Is the second largest fresh water lake in the world in terms of area and the largest in Africa, it is also the largest tropical lake in the world. An area of 68,870 square kilometer. Lake Victoria is one of the African Great Lakes and overlooked by three countries, namely Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania includes the lake about 3000 Island, a destination for many tourists.

4- Serengeti National Park,
Serengeti Reserve located in northwest Tanzania, stretching to the south-west of Kenya.

5- Arusha
It is a city in northern Tanzania surrounded by some of the landscape, which is the most famous in Africa, and includes many of the national parks. The city is located down the Mount Meru on the eastern edge of the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley, enjoying a pleasant climate, which is close to the Serengeti and Mount Kilimanjaro, in addition to this, and there are Arusha National Park on Mount Meru.