Tanzania’s incredibly rich natural tourism offer earned it the title of “Africa’s Leading Destination” in 2021.
There has been a huge rise in tourist numbers arriving in Tanzania and travel receipts almost doubled to 2.5 billion USD in 2022 from 1.3 billion USD in 2021.
Tourism is on the up: from 616,491 in 2020 to 922,692 in 2021 to 1,454,920 tourists in 2022.
- 22 National Parks,
- 1 Conservation Area
- 2 Game Reserves,
- 44 Game Controlled Areas,
- 4 Ramsar/Wetland Sites,
- 33 Wildlife Management Areas,
- 6 Nature Reserves
- Kilimanjaro Mountain – 5,895 Meters High – is the highest free-standing mountain in the World and highest in Africa
- Ngorongoro Crater is among the World Heritage Sites
- Serengeti National Park with Animal Migration – the leading National Park in Africa in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
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Establishment of leisure parks.
Construction of golf courses.
Provision of air/ground transport
There are 58 airports and more than 300 private airstrips in Tanzania owned by mining companies and tour operators.
Sea and Lake Cruising
Tanzania is also bordered by Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika, known as the Great lakes. Popular ports of call include Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam. Located off the coast of Tanzania in the Indian Ocean there are a number of small islands that can also be visited by cruise.
Development of Ecotourism Facilities
The Tanzanian Government is engaged in developing and promoting sustainable growth in the travel and tourism sector in Tanzania, in order to preserve its natural and cultural resources.
We have created and set up ground safari tour operator companies in Tanzania and have thus been through all the red tape, including that required to establish lodges adjacent National Parks and Reserves. We are your natural choice in order to help expedite your plans.