Know About Tanzania

As is customary for most countries, sticking your camera in someone’s face is never really a respectful thing to do. Tanzania might be the most picturesque country on the planet, and you’ll be tempted to take lots of photos of people and place. Just be sure to ask permission first, and don’t be off-put if locals ask for a few shillings in exchange. This is normal. One of the best ways to turn your adventure up a notch is with a stopover to Zanzibar. It’s easy-to-reach with world-class beaches and a laidback culture. The archipelago is 99% Muslim, so minimize public displays of affection in town, and be sure to keep your attire modest and covering. There are upwards of 2,000 distinct languages spoken in Africa. That’s a third of the world’s languages! This is due to the millions of years of evolution that have unfolded on the continent, as well as environmental factors. In Tanzania there are 26 languages spoken, but worry not, English is one of them and its used widely.

Karibu! Habari za asubuhi! Asanti sana! Greetings and salutations are a big deal in Tanzania. When you travel to Tanzania, you’re headed to a country full of superlatives. Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak; Lake Tanganyika is Africa’s deepest lake (and the world’s longest freshwater lake). There are over 4 million wild animals roaming the country and 1,200 different bird species. Simply put: you can’t get more all-star than Tanzania.

Know About Tanzania

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