Although Zanzibar is famous for its turquoise waters and crystal-white sand, Tanzania’s southeastern seaboard has everything that the beach paradise can offer -- minus the crowds.
Stunning scenery and rugged terrain combine with a fascinating cultural backdrop to create challenging and adventurous routes.
With magnificent Swahili ruins, flower-clad meadows and tropical islands waiting to be explored, this East African country has far more to offer than just busy safari circuits.
The Usambara Mountains are a quiet, peaceful corner of the country, rarely visited by tourists and best seen on village-to-village treks.
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Dar es Salaam