• A big island that belongs to the Republic of Tanzania.
• The island of Zanzibar is around 30 km far from Tanzania, and its weather is tropical quite in the whole territory.
• This island is today very famous because of its wonderful ocean and sandy beaches.
• Located in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
• Locally known as Mji Mkongwe, it is the cultural heart of Zanzibar.
The city experiences hot weather all year round with average temperatures of 30-35C.
• It has two wet seasons, April-June and November-December. The best time to visit is June-October.
The town gets its name from the 19th century coraline rock constructions that dot the region. Traditionally an important centre of trade in spices and slaves, today the economy is based on agriculture and tourism.
• Stone Town has been designated as a World Heritage Site.
Dar es Salaam
• Formerly known as Mzizima, Dar es Salaam is the largest city and former capital of Tanzania.
• It is located on a bay of the Indian Ocean.
• Dar es Salaam is a pleasant city with a picturesque harbour, exotic beaches, a vibrant nightlife and interesting historical buildings.
• There is also an international airport and two major train and bus stations.
• Arusha is situated at the foot of Mount Meru in northern Tanzania.
• It has a population of 270,485 inhabitants.
• The city experiences a temperate climate. With two wet seasons, March-May and October-December, the best time to visit is June-September.
Expeditions to the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara, Olduvai Gorge, Tarangire National Park, and Mount Kilimanjaro National Park all begin at Arusha.
• The famous Masai tribe make up a majority of the local population.