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Beach Holiday at the Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean is extremely warm with 27°C on average. So you can stay in the water and observe numerous fishes as long as you like. The sea level can fluctuate several meters between the tides depending on the region. At low tide it is interesting as well to walk over the intertidal plain to have a look what the sea let behind. Also fishermen take use of this occasion to go fishing by foot in the shallow basins.

There are two different variants where you can spend your beach holidays:

  1. Around Dar es Salaam: There are several very nice hotel constructions one to two hours from the airport. That enables a relaxed and short departure at you last day which you mostly can spend until late afternoon at the beach. Tough the big city Dar es Salaam is very close the water is clean.                                                                                                    
  2. On Zanzibar, Pemba or Mafia Island: If you like to spend at least 5 days at the beach it is worth to go on one of these islands. Zanzibar can be reached  by boat from Dar es Salaam. All three island can be approached by charter flight from Dar es Salaam or different National Parks. Overall we recommend divers to spend their holidays on an island as the reefs are unique in richness of corals and fishes.
 

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Beach Holidays and Scuba Diving

 
 

Cultural Sightseeings

Do you like to dunk in history and Tradition of Tanzania as well as in the great animal and plant richness?! It is definitively worthwhile to have a stop or a side trip to some cultural places between the national park visits.
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Lake Tanganyika

The pearl and lifeline of western Tanzania is Lake Tanganyika, longest and second deepest freshwater lake of the earth. 676 km long, 50 km broad and 1470 m deep are the Olympia masses of this species-rich underwater world.
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Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking

At 5,895 m, Kilimanjaro is not only the highest point in Africa but also the highest free standing mountain on earth. This volcanic massif stands in splendid isolation above the surrounding plains, with its snowy peak looming over the savannah.
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