Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa, bordered by the Indian Ocean and includes the island of Zanzibar. Tanzania’s natural and cultural resources are considered among the finest tourism attractions in the world. They include the Serengeti plains, the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater, and Africa’s highest Mountain Kilimanjaro – in the North. Mikumi, Ruaha National Parks and the Selous Game Reserve in the South. Amani, Magamba, Chome and Kalambo river nature reserves. Other additional natural attractions include the sandy beaches north and south of Dar es Salaam, the Spice Islands of Zanzibar and excellent deep-sea fishing at Mafia and Pemba Islands. Among the Indian Ocean islands are remains of ancient settlements. Olduvai Gorge, in the interior Rift Valley, is the site of discoveries of the trace of earliest man. To the tourist, Tanzania also offers interesting culture and arts, notably the Maasai culture and art and the Makonde sculptures and carving done in ebony. Tanzania is regarded as an excellent safari destination, largely due to its many world-class opportunities for game spotting. Tanzania is home to many of the best and biggest parks in Africa, and some of the most varied and unique landscapes that you’ll ever see. From grasslands to woodlands, rock formations, and mountain peaks, there’s no question that Tanzania features some amazing opportunities for sightseeing, and photo-hunting alike. Tanzanians are a warm, open, friendly people with a long traditional of generous hospitality and a wealth of intangible cultural heritage.