Local Development & Tourism in Tanzania

Local Development & Tourism in Tanzania
The United Republic of Tanzania is located in East Africa and is made up of 26 mikoa, or regions, that include Dar es Salaam and Dodoma. Local activities include safari hikes and water sports such as snorkeling and fishing.

United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)

United Nations Capital Development Fund is a part of the Gender Equitable Local Development project, or GELD, and its primary goal is to promote gender equality and justice through improving the status and well-being of women in five African countries that include Tanzania.

United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)
Two UN Plaza
New York, NY 10017
United States of America

Saandani Safari Lodge

The Saadani Safari Lodge is an eco-friendly destination that concentrates on the generation of power, its treatment of waste, and using bio-degradable products. This safari lodge is situated in its own 100 square mile national park that is comprised of a unique eco-system that is a combination of beach, bush, and river. Game, elephants, and dolphins can all be seen from this African wonderland.

Saadani Safari Lodge
P.O. Box 105854
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Saandani Accomodations

Accommodations at the Saandani Safari Lodge come in the categories of twin or double rooms and the Siri luxury suite that is complete with a private swimming pool, al fresco shower, private beach, and game viewing deck. Activities at the Saandani Safari Lodge include river safaris, fishing, game drives, fly camping, and snorkeling.

Geographical Wonders

Tanzania is home to many significant geographically and ecologically significant attractions such as Mount Kilimanjaro, which is the highest peak on the entire continent of Africa. Also, Lake Victoria and Lake Tananyika, Africa's largest and deepest lake, are in this country.

Other Attractions

Other attractions in Tanzania include The Ngorongoro Crater that was formed two to three million years ago, the Serengeti National Park which is famous for its annual migration of over one million wildebeest, and the Gombe National Park that is the site Dr. Jane Godall studied the behaviors of chimpanzees.

Article Written By Dionna Harding

Based in St. Louis, Dionna Harding has been writing professionally since 2009, penning articles and information for various websites. Harding holds a Master of Educational Administration from the University of Missouri-St.Louis.

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