Tanzania Facts

  • Tanzania has devoted almost 30% of its landmass to protection as national parks, marine parks, game holds, and protected forest areas.
  • The nation’s 16 national parks envelop 42,000 square kilometers. Bragging hundreds endemic species and sub-species and around 11,000 types of plants, a large number of are endemic, and in excess of 4 million wild creatures.
  • Tanzania is home to seven World Heritage Sites.
  • Tanzania is encompassed by the three extraordinary pools of Africa, which are, Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika, and Lake Malawi.
  • Tanzania is the biggest nation in East Africa, which contains the most noteworthy mountain (Kilimanjaro) and the most profound (Lake Tanganyika) in Africa.
  • It has one of the biggest elephant populaces in Africa.
  • It has the biggest populace of African wild dogs in Africa.
  • Tanzania is home to 126 clans, each with their very own unmistakable culture and mores.
  • More than 120 dialects are spoken in Tanzania, with the majority of them being Bantu dialects.
  • The intriguing spice island of Zanzibar has the absolute most staggering beaches on the planet.
  • Coconut crab, the biggest crab on the planet is additionally found on the Zanzibar archipelago.
  • The most costly timber on the planet Mpingo trees are found in Tanzania. They’re utilized to make rich furnishings and fine melodic instruments.