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Tanzania Tourism & Travel Sector

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In spite of the unique beauty that is Tanzania has to offer, the tourism sector within the country remains relatively untapped.

Roughly 600,000 visitors per annum enter the country, compared with neighboring Kenya, which receives over a million visitors.

Tanzania is situated on the East African peninsula and boasts sites such as the world renowned Mt. Kilimanjaro, which is the highest point in Africa, as well as three of the largest lakes on the continent.

Formed in 1964 by the union of the republics of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, Tanzania also has a stunning coastline and an abundance of wildlife.

Tanzania has more land that has been devoted to national parks and game reserves than any other wildlife destination in the world.

In addition, the country boasts an extremely rich wildlife as well as game viewing that has widely been regarded as the best in Africa.

Combined, these natural resources within the country help to make Tanzania the true home of the safari, which is the Swahili word for journey.

In the past, despite Tanzania's record of political stability, the unattractive investment climate discouraged foreign investment.

However, this is no longer the case and Tanzania is now an extremely viable and appealing market for investment because of the combination of the Government's determination to create an environment that is conducive to private investment along with Tanzania's natural beauty and the potential of its tourism sector.

"Investment opportunities are in all sub sectors of tourism in Tanzania, such as hotels construction, restaurants, air operations, ground operations to mention a few," says Saleh A. Pamba, Director of Tourism for the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism.



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