120 tribes, mixture of languages and customs, a young country which is at the same time the cradle of humanity, breathtaking nature – this is Tanzania. The country which fascinates and attracts tourists from all over the world.


The country situated in East Africa, on the shore of the Indian Ocean, is one of the most culturally diverse places in the whole continent. The nature is also heterogenous, because in Tanzania there are Serengeti plains, the region surrounding the Lakes Victoria, Tanganyika and Malawi, as well as the highest free-standing massif on Earth – Kilimanjaro.


30% of country’s area is occupied with National Parks: 12 parks, 13 nature reserves, and 38 protected areas. The Ruaha National Park is the home to largest population of wild elephants in all of Eastern Africa. As a matter of fact, Tanzania has the largest concentration of wildlife animals per square kilometer, with more than 4 million wild animals and representatives of 430 species and subspecies. Tanzania also houses the world’s largest volcanic crater, Ngorongoro, with a diameter of 19kms and is 600m deep.


While the world’s earliest human skull was found in the Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, this African country is a cradle of humanity. Among the huge diversity of ethnic cultures and languages, this region of the world is the place of of respect, hospitality and Hakuna Matata “no worries” attitude shared by all. As a surrounding wild nature is one of the most magnificent fauna&flora ereas in whole planet, people of Tanzania are sharing deep convictions about its power, also in their local religion practices.