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Tanzania is probably one of the oldest known continuously inhabited areas on Earth.
Hike the highest freestanding Mount Kilimanjaro, the popular Masai Mara National park of Kenya, the Serengeti and the swampy Amboseli National Park.
The country has existed in its present political form since 1964 when the former British protectorate, Tanganyika merged with the Indian Ocean archipelago of Zanzibar.
More about Tanzania
Official languages: English and Swahili
Population: Estimated population of 44.8 million
Ethnicity: The native population of Tanzania consists of more than 120 ethnic groups, of which the Sukuma, Haya, Nyakyusa, Nyamwezi, and Chagga have more than 1 million people.
Currency: Tanzanian shilling
Entry and exit requirements: Entry/Exit Requirements for Tanzania require travelers to have a valid passport and to obtain a visa. Although you can purchase a visa upon entry into Tanzania, in order to circumvent long lines and delays, it is suggested that you obtain your visa prior to your arrival.
When to visit: June to October is the best time to visit national parks.