Surface:Tanzania has a total area of 945,090 sq km.
Population: Tanzania has a population of around 35,922,000. Native Africans constitute 99%25 of the population.
System of government: Tanzania is a multiparty democratic republic.
Capital: Dodoma, with a population of around 325,000, is the official capital while Dar-es-Salaam, with a population of around 2,489,800, serves as the administrative capital of the country.
Religion: Christianity (45%25) is the predominant religion, followed by Islam (40%25).
Official Language: English and Swahili are the official languages.
Government: Tanzania is a multiparty democratic republic.
Climate: Tanzania has a tropical climate along the coast but it gets temperate in the highlands.
Units of measure and electricity: Tanzania follows the metric system of measurement and the official electricity unit is 230 V, 50 Hz.
Time Zone: The Tanzanian standard time is GMT+3
Currency: Tanzanian Shilling (1 € = 1,600.8 TSh)
Travel documents required: All travellers are required to have a valid passport and visa.
Arusha is a city in northern Tanzania, the capital of the Arusha Region, with a projected population of 1,288,088, including 516,000 for the Arusha District (2007 census). The city of Arusha is surrounded by some of Africa's most famous landscapes and national parks. Situated below Mount Meru on the eastern edge of the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley, Arusha has a temperate climate. The city is close to Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Olduvai Gorge, Tarangire National Park, and Mount Kilimanjaro and The Arusha National Park on Mount Meru. Arusha is a major international diplomatic hub. The city hosts and is regarded[who?] as the de facto capital of the East African Community. Since 1994, the city has also hosted the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. It is a...
I travelled to Zanzibar in 2009. The place is amazing. White sandy beaches, and crystal clear turquoise waters. The people are warm and friendly and are willing to help in whatever way they can. Apart from the beaches, there are hundreds of activities to choose from. Go to the spice farms, take a stroll in the creepy mangrove swamps, swim with the dolphins, check out the huge tortoises at prison island and visit stone town to find out the history of this beautiful place. Its like the whole world has moved forward, leaving Zanzibar back in time. To sum it up, i feel if there's a paradise on earth, it is ZANZIBAR!!!