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Tanzania is a captivating journey vacation spot that has been blessed with actual splendor and it gives something for everyone. Mt Kilimanjaro, with its 5895-meter altitude is the perfect mountain in Africa. The Serengeti National Park with its reputedly countless plains, is one of the fine floras and fauna accommodations in the world and then there is the Ngorongoro Crater with its fantastic density of animals.

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About Tanzania
The first-rate sport viewing areas on the continent of Africa is a highly debated topic, but Tanzania with its points of interest consisting of Serengeti, wildebeest migration, Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge, Mount Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar Beaches, is one obvious contender. Tanzania is a captivating journey vacation spot that has been blessed with actual splendor and it gives something for everyone. Mt Kilimanjaro, with its 5895-meter altitude is the perfect mountain in Africa. The Serengeti National Park with its reputedly countless plains, is one of the fine floras and fauna accommodations in the world and then there is the Ngorongoro Crater with its fantastic density of animals. It is also the site of Olduvai Gorge; the place Professor Leakey located the earliest recognized footprints of hominoid man. The “Northern Circuit” includes Arusha National Park, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Oldupai Gorge and the Serengeti National Park. The Northern Parks are justifiably world-renowned, specifically if you are there to witness the widespread herds of the Great Migration or to take a balloon or riding safari throughout the big grassy plains. The escarpment of the Great Rift Valley creates a dramatic volcanic landscape and some of the most fertile grazing grounds on earth; for that reason, this is domestic to the largest herds on the planet, and the best concentration of predators in the whole of Africa.
Weather, Climate and Geography
The local weather is tropical and coastal areas are warm and humid, while the northwestern highlands are cool and temperate. There are two wet seasons; the quick rains are generally from October to December, whilst the long rains final from March to June. The central plateau tends to be dry and arid at some stage in the year. Tanzania can be visited year-round, even though the fine time for visiting is outside of the wet season between June and October, when temperatures stay nicely beneath their summer season peaks.

The United Republic of Tanzania lies on the east coast of Africa and is bordered via Kenya and Uganda to the north; by Burundi, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west; by the Indian Ocean to the east; and by Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique to the south. The Tanzanian mainland is divided into various regions: the coastal plains, which differ in width from sixteen to 64km (10 to 39 miles) and have lush, tropical vegetation; the Masai Steppe in the north, 213 to 1,067m (698 to 3,500ft) above sea level, which offers upward shove to two prominent mountains, Kilimanjaro, 5,895m (19,341ft) above sea degree and Africa's highest peak, and Mount Meru, 4,565m (14,973ft); and there's a high plateau known as the Southern Highlands in the southern region in the direction of Zambia and Lake Malawi.
Savannah and bush cowl over 1/2 the country, and semi-desert accounts for the last land area, with the
exception of the coastal plains. Over 53,000 sq. km (20,463 sq. miles) is inland water, in most cases lakes fashioned in the Rift Valley and Tanzania's share of Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika, both on its western border. Lake Victoria covers 69,490 sq. km (26,832 sq. miles), which is Africa's largest lake and 49% of it lies in Tanzania. With maximum depths of 1,470m (4,821ft), Lake Tanganyika is estimated to be the deepest lake in Africa and is 673km (420 miles) long and averages 50km (31 miles) across; 41% of its place lies in Tanzania. The United Republic of Tanzania consists of the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba, about 45km (28 miles) of the coast to the northeast of the country.
Required Clothes
Tropical apparel is worn during the year, however in the cooler season, from June to September, jackets and sweaters may be needed, especially in the evenings. Clothing gorgeous to temperatures beneath zero is required on the greater slopes of Kilimanjaro and Meru. Also, word that it can get very cold at nighttime on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater and early morning game drives can also be chilly earlier than the solar comes up.
Passports & Visas
A passport valid for at least six months beyond the date of entry to Tanzania is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above. While still part of Tanzania, Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region with its own immigration procedures, and you may be asked to show your passport on entry and exit. However, the requirements are the same for mainland Tanzania.

Visas
Visas for Tanzania are required by all nationals referred to in the chart above, except 1. Nationals of Cyprus, Malta and Romania, who do not require a visa. You can obtain single-entry and transit visas on arrival at the port of entry into Tanzania. However, you're recommended to apply for a tourist visa in advance at a Tanzania embassy near you. Also, please note that multiple entry business visas cannot be issued at the port of entry.
For Americans You can obtain a tourist visa to Tanzania upon arrival, however, the US government encourages you to apply one in advance. From 11 November 2019, visa services will no longer be available at the Tanzanian Embassy in Washington DC.

All applications must be done online on the Tanzania Immigration Department website (www.immigration.go.tz (https://www.immigration.go.tz/index.php/en/)) for an e-visa. For information, see www.tanzaniaembassy-us.org (http://www.tanzaniaembassy-us.org/).

For British
You can obtain a tourist visa to Tanzania upon arrival; however, the UK government encourages you to apply one before your travel. You can apply in person or by representative at the Tanzania High Commission in London. You can also submit your application by post. For more information, see http://tzhc.uk/visa-application . Tanzania has introduced an e-visa system allowing for applications to be submitted online.

Visa Note
Nationals not referred to in the chart are advised to contact the embassy or high commission to check visa requirements for Tanzania.
Types and Cost
Single-entry tourist visa on arrival: US$50 (the exception is US citizens who must pay US$100). For British, the fee is £40 if applying in advance. Please see the different visa types and costs below.
If applying for a Tanzania visa in America, please note that Americans can only obtain a tourist visa to Tanzania at US$100 Single-entry (non-US nationals) US$50 Multiple-entry US$100 Business visa US$250 Transit visa – please see the information in the Transit section below. Please note that the Tanzania Embassy in the United States only accepts visa fees in credit cards except American Express, money order or a company check only.
If applying for a Tanzania visa in the UK Single-entry £40 (£60 for same-day service) Double-entry £70 (£90 for same-day service) 6-month Multiple-entry £80 (£100 for same-day service) 1-year Multiple-entry £100 (£120 for same-day service) Business Single-entry £180 (£200 for same-day service) Transit visa – please see the information in the Transit section below. Please note that the Tanzania High Commission in the UK only accepts visa fees in credit or debit cards except American Express, bank transfer or banker's draft only.

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