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Volunteering in Tanzania Tips

Many visitors to Tanzania are not only struck by its natural beauty but also by the plight of many people living in the country.

The East African nation has struggled heavily under the weight of poverty, with many Tanzanians living well below the international poverty line.

In addition, many visitors to Tanzania may want to involve themselves more deeply with animal and conservation projects. For this reason, many tourists to Tanzania also consider giving back to the country through volunteering.

Here are some tips to follow  if you are planning volunteering in Tanzania

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Best Time To Visit Tanzania and Zanzibar

Tanzania has so much to offer, from the mystery of Olduvai Gorge, the awe inspiring Mt Kilimanjaro, the abundant wildlife and nomadic tribes of the Serengeti plains, to historic Stone Town and the enchanting beach paradise of Zanzibar.

The best time to visit Tanzania and Zanzibar depends on your purpose of visit and where you want to go.This article will make it easy for you to decide the best time to visit Tanzania and Zanzibar.

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Tourist Attractions in Tanzania and Zanzibar

Unique experiences and dramatic sights are the norms when it comes to tourist attractions in Tanzania and Zanzibar.

  1. There’s the idyllic: an isolated stretch of white powdered sand next to gentle turquoise waters on Zanzibar.
  2. The heart-stopping: the quiet menace of a lion stalking it’s prey in the Serengeti.
  3. The intriguing: the mysterious Olduvai Gorge, home to the first remains of humankind.
  4. The Spectacular: the majestic Ngorongoro crater where nomadic tribes co-exist with the African Big Five.
  5. The enchanting: the winding cobblestone streets and ancient craft shops of historic Stone Town.
  6. The authentic: a traditional tribal dance beneath the shade of an Acacia tree. The adventurous: reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro.

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