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Tanzania is home to some of Africa’s most alluring destinations. The Serengeti’s wildebeest migration along an infinite savanna; the incongruous snow of Mt Kilimanjaro – Africa’s tallest mountain at 5,895m (19,341ft); the crater bottom of Ngorongoro National Park teaming with wildlife; the Swahili coast and pristine beaches along the spice islands of Zanzibar where fishermen still plough the turquoise waters in traditional wooden sailboats; Selous – Africa’s largest protected area and larger than Switzerland; Ruaha and Katavi – insider tips for serious safari-goers; Mahale and Gombe – prime destinations for seeing chimpanzees in the wild.

Throughout, Tanzania offers travelers an array of options, set against the backdrop of a cultural mosaic. Tanzania’s coastline was a favored stop on ancient trading routes between the Indian sub-continent and the Middle-East. Spices, jewels and slaves once passed through, bringing with them a melange of cultural riches that remain today. The language of Swahili was born here, and old mosques, coral palaces and pearly-white beaches still remain. While most visitors head straight for the famed northern wildlife-watching circuit, followed by time relaxing on Zanzibar’s beaches, Tanzania has much more to offer anyone with the time and inclination to head off the beaten path.