TANZANIA: PHOTO GUIDE
From Tanzania's infamous exotic animals to recommendations of what to do in the archipelago of Zanzibar, this is your photo guide of the East African country's vast wilderness
Words: Aleksandra Georgieva
Photography: Maurits Bausenhart
03 September 2020
Tanzania lays between Uganda and Kenya to the north; Mozambique, Zambia and Malawi to the south; and Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west. If you are an outdoor enthusiast with appreciation for the wild side of nature Tanzania is the place for you. The land is infinitely famous for its vast wilderness so visitors must make sure they know what to pack ahead of their African trip. Over 2 million animals visit the East African country during The Great Migration period. Tanzania is home to the great five and Africa's tallest mountain - Mount Kilimanjaro raising to 5,895 metres.
The local culture across Tanzania values slow living and travellers gain much knowledge of this lifestyle from the natives. There you can glimpse at historic archipelagos, visit coastal villages, mingle with other tourists in various national parks or even take a boat trip across the shores of the Indian Ocean.
Explore our photo guide of Tanzania's vast wilderness, captured in these stunning images that will make you dream of witnessing the country's natural gems with your own eyes. NOMADSofORIGIN aims to inspire all nomadic travellers to book sustainable trips.
If you are thinking of booking a trip to Zanzibar, make sure to read our guide of the archipelago.
From the herb plantations to the palm tree covered beaches and tranquil tucked-away towns, we explore Zanzibar through the lifestyle of the locals and their cultural identification.
We explore some of the cool things to do in Tanzania that should be included in your travel guide. Boat trips, herbal infused baths and tasting the local cuisine – this is the cultural mishmash that Tanzania has to offer