Located on the eastern edge of the African continent and facing the Indian Ocean, Tanzania is home to amazing wildlife, spectacular landscapes and rich history. From diving to mountain climbing, wildlife safaris to archaeological sites, choose your adventure in Tanzania.

Snow-capped Kilimanjaro is the highest peak on the continent and invites climbers with several enticing routes to the top. The magnificent plains of Serengeti National Park are witness to the annual Great Migration of wildebeest and the location of some very exciting archaeological finds. Here you will find the impressive Ngorongoro Crater where the Maasai herdsmen graze their cattle on the floor of one of the largest calderas in the world. The views from the rim are stunning and the wildlife within enchanting. Just off the coast the exotic Zanzibar Archipelago beckons. Enjoy pristine white beaches, turquoise water and fascinating history, not to mention excellent diving.

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Zanzibar and Pemba are endowed with some of the best and most varied dive sites in the world with spectacular diversity of marine life. Steep wall dives, drift dives and world-class coral formations make this area a prime location for experienced divers. Largely undiscovered, you will find pristine reefs and few other divers.

Diving the clear blue ocean off the Zanzibar Archipelago can bring exhilarating sightings such as whale sharks, huge schools of barracuda and manta rays. Shoals of tropical fish cruise past the reef where nudibranchs, leaf scorpionfish, octopus and shrimp can be spotted with a keen eye. The protected Marine Park at Mafia Island is known for large pelagics who take refuge there. The visibility is variable, but normally between 60-100 ft and water temperatures average at 80F.