Natural Attractions in Kenya and Tanzania


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Lake Natron Tanzania
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Mt Kilimanjaro (from Kilimanjaro West/Mkomazi /Arusha National Parks Tanzania
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Oldonyo Lengai Mt (Mt of God for Massais in EA) spitting fire Tanzania
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Thanda Private Island Mafia Tanzania
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The snow cap of Mt Kilimanjaro Tanzania
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The Serengeti (endless plains) Tanzania
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Udzungwa water falls Tanzania
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Kalambo waterfalls Tanzania
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Ngorongoro crater Tanzania
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Ngorongoro crater Tanzania
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Bismack Rock Mwanza Tanzania
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READERS CHOICE AWARDS2018 READERS CHOICE AWARDS
Destination Finalists

Tanzania

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2018 Destination Finalist Nominated
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Home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater, almost 25% of Tanzania is designated as national park and game reserve. A little larger than Texas, Tanzania is an increasingly popular safari destination. It also boasts white-sand beaches along the Indian Ocean coast and the exotic islands of the Zanzibar archipelago.

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kahaba housemaid acha wivu. stop whining, instead post natural attraction photos from kenya that can compete with tanzania.
you are entitled to do so.
 
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Zanzibar welcomes Dubai firm to invest in tourism industry
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December 4, 2018
04Dec 2018
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Zanzibar welcomes Dubai firm to invest in tourism industry
ZANZIBAR President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein has welcomed the Al Nakhil company from Dubai to invest in the Isles’ ever growing tourism sector guaranteeing them of full support, peace and safe investments.

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Dr Shein made the call when he met the chairman of the Al Nakhil the largest construction company Sheikh Ali Rashid Lootah who paid a courtesy call at Zanzibar’s State House.

He assured him that Zanzibar government was ready to provide all the needed support with an enabling investment environment in ensuring that the company’s purpose is achieved for mutual benefits.

“Zanzibar has many investment opportunities in the tourism industry which are yet to be exploited, so investors are welcomed to utilise the opportunities available,” he said.

According to him, tourism is among the sectors which the government of Zanzibar was putting all of its efforts to improve it as it is a key in economic growth sector.

“We now focus much in strengthening the tourism sector in line with the steps reached to ensure the number of tourists has increased.”

He also underscored the need to look for commencing air transport, especially by using the Emirates Airline between Zanzibar and Dubai, where the move will strengthen and increase the number of tourists and assist entrepreneurs and other travellers.

Dr Shein explained that several aircraft companies from different parts of the world had already been making Zanzibar trips thus helping to boost tourism industry of the Indian Ocean archipelago.

On his part, Sheikh Ali Rashid Lootah applauded Isles’ government for its efforts in promoting and strengthening tourism vowing to market Zanzibar’ attractions in the United Arabs countries.

“I have also received the idea of Dr Shein and his negotiations with the Emirates Airline management team to undertake the flights between Zanzibar and Dubai…This will increase the number of tourists while also making it easier for entrepreneurs and traders to travel between the two countries.

The chairman further highlighted the existence of conducive investment environment as well as peace and security, the government’s strategies and policies in strengthening tourism sector, were among the things that attracted the company to think on investing in Zanzibar.

He also assured Dr Shein that his company will continue extending its support to the people of Zanzibar as more mosques are set to be built.

Nakhil’s company is one of the largest company in Dubai which engages in construction of residential houses as well as the hotels, also works in restoring land washed into the sea. The company has been able to create a number of projects including Palm Island, Dubai Waterfront, The World Islands, the Universe Islands, Jumeirah Islands, ‘Jumerah Lake Tower’, ‘Dragon Mart’, ‘Ibn Batuta Mall’ and other projects located in various parts of the country.
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New Luxury Safari Camp set to open in the heart of the #Serengeti
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WELLWORTH HOTELS ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW CAMP AT MAKOMA HILLS / SERENGETI
(Posted 08th December 2018)
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The Wellworth Safari Portfolio just announced the opening of its newest 5* Luxury Camp called the “Ole Serai Luxury Camp – Makoma Hills” due to go into operations during the third week of December 2018.

This Camp will be yet another addition to the Wellworth Collection of Luxury camps, adding onto the list of the 3 already operational Luxury Camps, and a further 5 which are all to be built in the most sought-after locations in and across the vast Serengeti National Park, Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA).

The “Ole Serai Luxury Camp – Makoma Hills” is located 14km from Seronera HQ / Airstrip, and lies right in the heart of central Serengeti. It is located on a spectacular and secluded location perched atop the slopes of Makoma hills overlooking the magnificent Makoma Plains (which is famous for its large numbers of resident Cheetahs) and the Thatch Kopjes (famous for the its large Makoma prides of resident Lions). The location also boasts all-year- round game and a large population of wildcats – who are drawn to the huge concentration of prey in and around the area.

Another unique advantage this site offers is the expansive and unobstructed views over the vast grassy Makoma plains – from where you are sure to see a wide range of wildlife passing through the open grasslands all year round. Even more spectacular is the view during the famous annual migration – where thousands of wildebeest can be seen passing though the Serengeti plains right from the comfort of your plush rooms or the guest areas.

The guest rooms and facilities have been thoughtfully and sparingly placed to take full advantage of the views as well as privacy of the guests.

Wellworth Hospitality continues to make huge strides in the Tanzanian Hospitality sector with the launch of its various properties that aim to redefine the Luxury experience in Tanzania. The company believes in taking up innovative challenges to set new standards and trends in Luxury Camping. Greater emphasis is given to green initiatives whilst simultaneously offering 5* facilities including: fine dining experiences, luxurious and comfortable beddings and furnishings, running hot/cold water, free wifi, 24 hour solar power through out the camp, room safes, radio calls and more. All these as standard options.

The “Ole Serai Luxury Camp – Makoma Hills” will consist of 9 Luxury Guest Tents set out and designed with maximum guest privacy in mind and all the facilities expected out of a 5* luxury camp with it’s unique tent designs which offer 180˚ degree clear views from the rooms.

The Camps will offer the same quality service standards, facilities as well as features experienced in our other “Ole Serai Luxury Camp” branded Campsites.
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