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Tanzanian looking at colorful Kanga
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Are you ready for your upcoming adventure to Tanzania? Have you learned a few words and phrases in Swahili, the most widely spoken language in Tanzania and all of East Africa. Swahili has adopted many words from Arabic and English, as well as from Portuguese and German, all of whom have had interaction with the original […]

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Baobab trees in Tarangire National Park
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The baobab tree is easily recognized by its enormous trunk and scrawny stems and twigs. It is one of the most distinctive symbols of Africa. In Tanzania, visitors can admire baobab trees within all national parks, but particularly in Tarangire National Park, which is unofficially known as the “Baobab Capital of the World.” About this […]

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Manase, SENE mountain guide on the Kilimanjaro foothills walk
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After encountering wildlife in its natural habitat or conquering the summit of Kilimanjaro, how can one discover the human dimension of Tanzania?  There is no better way than to explore, preferably on foot, the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro.   NATURAL AND CULTURAL TREASURES ON KILIMANJARO FOOTHILLS Kilimanjaro is known worldwide for its permanent snowcap and […]

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