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TANZANIA, A TOURIST PARADISE.
Tanzania (WorldTourismNews) - Tanzania offers unlimited scope for tourism. It teams with multitudinous places which are fascinating for tourist.
Numerous tourists from all over the world visit Tanzania every year, goaded by an eagerness to partake in the charm and grandeur which belongs to some places in Tanzania.
Man, in his insatiable curiosity for change, is sometimes gripped by a desire, however ephemeral, for a change for his own environment to regions inhabited exclusively by animals.
Tanzania affords ample opportunities for the satisfaction of this innate propensity. In Tanzania we have a few national parks which are ideal resort for tourists. These include Ngorongoro, Mikumi and Manyara. They hold out unlimited opportunities to our tourists for the observation of wildlife in their natural habitat.
A visit to these parks breaks the monotony and routine of daily existence and at once plunges our thoughts into the mysteries of Gods creation.
Here are face to face with animals whose behavior stand is conspicuously revealed to us , offering a marked contrast to the placidity and orderliness of human behavior .We then naturally begin to ponder the different characteristics displayed by different animals whilst safely seated in our vehicles.
The enthralling spectacles presented at these nation parks fill our children with delight and joy surpassing even own thrills. To take just one example, Ngorongoro Crater has proven to be indisputably ideal as a holiday resort to thousands of tourists.
Frequent visit to these places stimulate courage in timid hearts, making them resolute in their determination to conquer many adversities of life. They also equip with readiness to face the challenges of daily existence.
On the other hand our tourists are by no means strangers to the enchanting aspects of life in mountains of Tanzania, a country of indisputable eminence with the historic glory of its own. No one will deny that Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest in Africa, is nature’s gift to Tanzania.
The splendid beauty of the scene surpasses ones imagination. The lordly Kilimanjaro exists majestically within an atmosphere of complete solitude which is peaceful and inspiring grand. In this mountain there arises the charm of mountaineering.
It carries the suggestion of eternity. The tremendous height is perhaps chiefly responsible for this suggestion.
Tanzania is also replete with beautiful beaches where our tourists enjoy natural serenity and congenial surroundings.
It is only in Tanzania tat a beach holiday can be combined with a cultural bonanza. In the neighborhood of these beaches are hotels, adequately equipped with amenities to make the stay of tourist s comfortable and enjoyable.
There is more than the beaches to see for tourists who visit Zanzibar. It is ‘The Tourist Paradise’. The twin islands of Unguja and Pemba, with their numerous islets, some of which are inhabited, nestle in the Indian Ocean sun. This could be your next destination and a must for that matter.
The Stone Town is a unique cosmopolitan city which exudes a rich history and culture of the Indian Ocean. Its markets and shops, mosques and churches and other buildings which are of outstanding architectural and historical interest, mingle seamlessly.
They create an outstanding cultural heritage of the world, blending Arab, Indian, European and local African traditions.
In 2000, the United nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared it a World Heritage Site.
The number of foreign tourists visiting Tanzania is an eloquent testimony to the universal renown and fame that Tanzania has won itself as one of the most attractive and exciting centers for tourism in the world.
For more information contact:
TANZANIA TOURIST BOARD
P.O Box 2485, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Tel: +255 22 2111244/5 Fax: +255 22 2116420