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15 Jun 2021

Tanzania’s Geography

Tanzania has a varied geography, including deep and large freshwater and salt lakes, many national parks, and Africa’s highest point, Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m or 19,341 ft)

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11 Jun 2021


Approximately 38 percent of Tanzania’s land area is set aside in protected areas for conservation, and most of them are the main source of attraction in this beautiful country, the country has a good number of national parks as listed below:


Arusha National Park, once in Arusha the first national park you will encounter is the arusha national park, the park is found at the foot of mount meru, Arusha national park has a range of habitat where is a home of black and white colobus monkey, after your arrival at Kilimanjaro national park on your way to Arusha you will pass the road that head to Arusha National park.

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08 Jun 2021


Before Safari you might have several disturbing questions about your trip to Tanzania, for you to enjoy your trip and your visit to Tanzania there are several things to note before starting your trip to this beautiful destination.

What to bring on your safari?,

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04 Jun 2021


Within the Africa’s Savannah there are three commonly known big cats from largest extant family Felidae namely Lion, cheetah and Leopard among them two are in the group of Africa big five animals which is Lion and Leopard, in Tanzania big cats are found in most of the parks, but they are found in big number on Serengeti national park, The big cats play a big vital role within the park’s ecosystem which is  to help control the population of the herbivorous especially the wildebeest.


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01 Jun 2021

Going on a Serengeti safari

If you are planning a safari to Serengeti National Park, you probably have a ton of questions. Naturally, you want it to be the journey of a lifetime and it will be. Why? There are only few places left with such unspoiled nature splendor, exhilarating wildlife and world-class safari lodges & camps.

Plus, we are here to assist. We would like to provide a bit more background information – if only to stir the anticipation of going on a Serengeti safari – and answer the questions you might have. Start drafting your bucket list as you read more about your safari trip in the sections below. Find a question unanswered? Make use of the contact form below and we will be happy to assist you!

31 Aug 2020


[Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism Dr. Aloyce K. Nzuki delivering the Opening Word to the tourism stakeholders during the Tourism Stakeholder Recognition Workshop aimed at restoring tourism to its original state after the fight against COVID-19, held at the National College of Tourism – Arusha Campus, Arusha City]. 

Speaking to reporters in Arusha on 28th August 2020, Dr. Nzuki said the Government in early April this year issued guidelines on how to receive and serve tourists who come to the country while procedures to prevent the spread of Corona Virus Disease are followed by providers for both (visitors and locals). ) be safe.Read More

26 Aug 2020

Tanzania tourism sector grows despite a myriad challenges

Foreigner tourist and domestics observes hippopotamus at Serengeti National Park as part to celebrate Esters holiday yesterday. PHOTO | ANTHONY MAYUNGA. 11 August 2020

Arusha — The sector of natural resources and tourism is among the sectors that have gained achievements in a period of five years despite a myriad challenges.

The sector contributes almost 17.2 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and 25 percent of all forex revenues.

During the 2015 General Election, every political party had its own manifesto and the tourism sector was one of their priorities of boosting the country’s economy.

Opposition’s pledge

The manifesto of the opposition coalition (Ukawa) during the 2015 polls targeted to increase the number of tourists to two million by 2020.

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25 Aug 2020

Tanzania: TCAA Orders All Owners of Drones to Register in Four Days.

Drone posted by TCAA

Dar es Salaam — The Tanzania Civil Aviation Association (TCAA) has on Monday August 24 issued an order to all owners of drones to register them in the next four days.

According to a statement issued by TCAA the order affects both drones that had been registered and those that were yet to be registered in accordance to the Civil Aviation Remotely Piloted Aircraft System Regulations, 2018, G.N 758

“Owners are required to register at TCAA headquarters, Banana- Ukonga in Dar es Salaam or at the zonal offices in Arusha, Dodoma, Iringa, Mwanza, Mtwara, Mbeya, Kilimanjaro, Kigoma, Songea, Tabora, Tanga, and Zanzibar,” reads the statement.

The authority warns that whoever will be found in violation of the established procedure will face serious legal consequences, adding that together with the police they have put in place a task force that will make sure the law is followed.

Alongside other requirements the Civil Aviation Remotely Piloted Aircraft System Regulations, 2018 requires owners to apply for permits from TCAA before ordering and registering drones in Tanzania.

The regulation also requires owners to apply for permits from TCAA and ask for permission from the police and local authorities in the area where the equipment is to be used.

21 Aug 2020

Tanzania, Kenya and Rwanda reopen borders to U.S. travelers as of August 1, 2020


NEW YORK, NY – Extraordinary Journeys, the award-winning tour operator and safari specialist, joins Tanzania, Kenya, and Rwanda in welcoming guests back to Africa for exceptional safari experiences. In anticipation of arriving guests, Extraordinary Journeys, in unison with its partners on the ground, guided by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and The CDC, have implemented extensive safety measures and precautions across all lodges, camps, and vehicles to prioritize the health and safety of travelers and hospitality teams. In addition to adhering strictly to each country’s unique entry guidelines and COVID-19 safety protocols, Extraordinary Journeys will continue to closely monitor and improve health and safety measures as new information arises.Read More

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