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Welcome to Tanzania

Welcome to the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB)'s official website for Tanzania, with everything you need to know about our beautiful country in one easy location. From learning more about Tanzania's extensive array of game reserves and national parks, to finding out more about the numerous cultures found in our country, the TTB official website provides up-to-date and accurate information for the traveller interested in exploring Tanzania. You will find links to specific locations, travel advice,historical and cultural background on our diverse country. Looking for the best dive sites on the Swahili Coast? Want to find out more about trekking trips through the Ngorongoro Highlands? You've come to the right place.As we say in Swahili, karibu sana, and enjoy!
 
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News and Events

  Following the recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) would like to issue this formal statement to reassure all Tourists and Visitors visiting Tanzania that close monitoring procedures are being undertaken in ensuring Tanzania remains to be Ebola Free. For more information  

  (September 25, 2014, New York, NY) Hon. Lazaro S. Nyalandu, MP, Tanzania’s Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism joined by H.E. Amb. Liberata Mulamula, Tanzania Ambassador to the United States and Allan Kijazi, Director General, Tanzania National Parks presented the annual Tanzania Tourist Board Awards to three of the honorees at Africa Travel Association’s [...]

Tanzania has been listed on top five of the WORLD’S MOST  “STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL” COUNTRIES TO VISIT. Tanzania packs a lot of game reserve into a land area that is only two-fifths larger than Texas, including the incomparable plains of the Serengeti — 6,000 square miles of savannah teeming with hordes of wildebeest, gazelles and zebras [...]

Tanzania’s Mwiba Lodge, a new luxury tented camp lodge, located in the southern Serengeti area on a 125,000-acre private wildlife reserve, is featured in a two-page spread in Forbeslife, a luxury lifestyle magazine titled “Mwiba Lodge Luxury: Outstanding In Africa!”. More story


 

Contact Information

Contacting us by post Tanzania Tourist Board
IPS Building, 3rd Floor
P.O.Box 2485
Dar-es-Salaam
Tanzania.
Contacting us by email info@tanzaniatourism.go.tz
Contacting us by telephone
General +255 22 2111244/5
Marketing 2111345
Tourism Services 2128472
Mobile +255 788420050
+255 755430050
Contacting us by fax +255 22 2116420

Did you know!

That "the name Selous game reserve originates from Captain F.C Selous, an English man lived in the area some many years back who was killed by Germans in the First World War and buried in the same area?

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