Its capital Dar es Salaam and language Swahili, East Africa's biggest country is known for its Serengeti grasslands; Mount Kilimanjaro, of course; the swell safari-ing found in and around its Ngorongoro Crater; and exotic/historic offshore Zanzibar.

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Tanzania in ´6 Awesome African Vacation Destinations for Families´

  Unsplash One of this country's most notable eco stars are threefold, and all located up north. The Serengeti Plains are the site of a national park of nearly 15,000 square kilometers (5,790 sq. miles) harboring many thousands of varied species including antelopes, baboons, Cape buffalo, cheetahs, crocodiles, elephants, hyenas, hippos, jackals, leopards, lions (Africa's largest population), monkeys, ostriches, rhinos, and wildebeest, among many others. It's also the starting point of the…

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The top 10 beach areas of Zanzibar

Moongateclimber Actually an archipelago of two large islands and a a number of smaller ones, 16 to 20 miles off the coast of mainland Tanzania, Zanzibar has been legendary since at least the Middle Ages (though its human history stretches much further back) as the "Spice Islands," a prime source for vanilla, black pepper, cinnamon, and nutmeg, as well as a trading entrepôt for the likes of gold, ivory, and ambergris. Today visitors can enjoy the historic sites and evocative architecture…

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