The United Republic of Tanzania is located in Eastern Africa between longitude 29o and 41o East, Latitude 1o and 12o south and was formed out of the union of two sovereign states namely Tanganyika and Zanzibar. Tanganyika became a sovereign state on 9th December, 1961 and became a Republic the following year. Zanzibar became independent on 10th December, 1963 and the People's Republic of Zanzibar was established after the revolution of 12th January, 1964. The two sovereign republics formed the United Republic of Tanzania on 26th April1964. However, the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania is a unitary republic consisting of the Union Government and the Zanzibar Revolutionary Government.

Tanzania is the biggest (land area) among the East African countries (i.e. Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania). Tanzania has a spectacular landscape of mainly three physiographic regions namely the Islands and the coastal plains to the east; the inland saucer-shaped plateau; and the highlands. The Great Rift Valley that runs from north east of Africa through central Tanzania is another landmark that adds to the scenic view of the country.
The country has the largest concentration of wild animals. It also has pristine sandy beaches and Africa’s highest  snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro.

It is most famous for the vast Serengeti National Park, stretching out for almost 13,000 sq kms. There are so much more to this including Ngorongoro Crater a World Heritage Site, is  host of wildlife that makes the crater floor their natural habitat. Tanzania’s Rift Valley features the popular known Lake Manyara, Tarangire Parks, Ruaha ,Mikumi,Arusha,Saadani,Udzungwa Mountains,Mkomazi game reserve and the Selous in the southern part of Tanzania are spectacular with abundant of game. To the coast, the spice island’ of Zanzibar and Pemba is well worth visiting. Not forgetting the most well known sight of the snow capped tip of Mount Kilimarijaro Sample our tour packages.

Dar es Salaam is the commercial capital and major sea port for Tanzania Mainland and it serves neighbouring land-locked countries of Malawi, Zambia, Burundi, Rwanda, and Uganda, as well as Eastern DRC. Other sea ports include Zanzibar, Tanga, and Mtwara. Because of its geographical and locational advantage, Dar es Salaam Port presents itself as the gateway into East and Central Africa. Furthermore, this renders Tanzania as a logical