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According to shoppingpicks, January in Tanzania is usually warm and dry, with temperatures averaging around 25 degrees Celsius during the day and 15 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall is rare during this month, with occasional showers occurring every now and then. February brings slightly warmer temperatures to Tanzania than in January, but it still remains quite hot during this month as well. The average temperature during the day is 30 degrees Celsius and at night it drops to about 22 degrees Celsius. Rainfall continues to be rare throughout February, but there are days with occasional thunderstorms occurring every now and then. March sees a slight decrease in temperatures as well as more rain, with an average temperature of 28 degrees Celsius during the day and 19 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall increases significantly during this month making it feel much wetter than previous months despite higher temperatures. April marks the start of summer season in Tanzania with temperatures rising to around 32 degrees Celsius during the day while dropping to 25 degree Celsius at night on average. Thunderstorms become more common as rainfall increases significantly making it feel much warmer than previous months despite higher temperatures. Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa. It lies just below the equator and has a tropical climate for the most part. On the coast and on the island of Zanzibar it is always humid and warm. Temperatures fluctuate between 27 and 32°C. The best travel period is from June to October: it is then dry and least warm. In the southern and northern highlands, where Kilimanjaro is located, the mercury can drop to 12°C. Tanzania generally has two rainy seasons: the short rainy season in November and December, and the long rainy season in March to April. Check businesscarriers for Tanzania Economics and Business.

Tanzania Geography and Population

Tanzania – Geography Tanzania – geography, the country consists of a coastal plain, the central plateau 750-1500 m altitude and highlands against SV, west, and north NV 1500-2300 m asl in the highlands and especially around the Rift Valley are numerous volcanoes (including Kilimanjaro, 5895 m, Africa’s highest mountain). Over 53,000 km2 are covered by… Read More »

Sights of Tanzania

You can enjoy a fantastic holiday in the sun-drenched African country of Tanzania. Tanzania is bordered on the north by Kenya, on the east by the Indian Ocean, on the south by Mozambique and on the west by Congo. Most tourists are drawn to the west coast of Tanzania, because that is where you can… Read More »

Tanzania Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data After the death of President Magufuli and under the leadership of President Samia Suluha Hassan, Tanzania finally took measures against covid and focused on realizing economic growth and development. The tourism industry, which used to be the country’s main source… Read More »

Tanzania Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Tanzania Before traveling to Tanzania, you must apply for a visa at the Embassy of the country. To do this, provided: -passport, valid for at least 6 months from the end of the planned trip; -2 photos 3X4 cm; -2 completed questionnaires. Import and export of foreign currency is… Read More »

Tanzania Resorts and Attractions

Tanzania is a country in East Africa. Common borders with Kenya and Uganda in the north, with Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the west, with Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique in the south. According to smb, the capital is Dodoma (Dar es Salaam). Currency – Tanzanian shilling. The official language is… Read More »

Tanzania History

According to localcollegeexplorer, Tanzania was born on April 27, 1964 from the union of Tanganyika with the islands of Pemba and Zanzibar. The birth of the new state was preceded by a bloody revolution, which broke out in Zanzibar in January 1964 and led by the leader of the Afro-Shirazi party (ASP) AA Karume. With… Read More »

How to Get Around Tanzania

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, Air Tanzania (TC) operates domestic flights between the country’s major locations. Precision Air (PW) serves major cities and other domestic destinations via Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar. All national parks and some of the luxury lodges have airstrips served by Coastal Aviation (CQ) from the main airports… Read More »

Landmarks of Tanzania

According to Itypeusa, Tanzania is home to world-famous eco-tourism centers. These are the national parks of Kilimanjaro, Ruaha, Tarangire, Serengeti and others. Safaris in the parks are held during the migration of animals in the Serengeti Valley: wildebeest, lions, giraffes, rhinos, ostriches, birds and many other animals. Hot air balloon tours at low altitude are… Read More »

Tanzania Geography and History

Tanzania. East African state formed by the union of Tanganyika and the island state of Zanzibar. It borders Uganda to the North, Kenya to the Northwest, the Indian Ocean to the East, Mozambique and Malawi to the South, Zambia to the Southwest and with Zaire, Burundi and Rwanda to the West. The State includes, in addition to the mainland, the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia located off the coast. Dodoma is the capital city of Tanzania according to babyinger. History Prehistory The hunting activities of the Palaeolithic man made him occupy… Read More »

Tanzania Economy

ECONOMY Like what has happened in many other African countries, even in Tanzania the economy underwent profound transformations in the period of colonial domination, which among other things was twofold, first German, then English. During these years the plantation economy was introduced and subsequently strengthened (however entrusted to foreigners, Europeans and Indians); the village economy… Read More »

Tanzania Travel Advice

General travel information about Tanzania Continent: Africa Geographical location: East Africa, south of the equator Highest elevation: Kibo (Kilimanjaro) 5895 m Longest river: Great Rovuma (approx. 780 km) Form of government: Federal Republic System of Government: Presidential system Languages: Swahili (official language) and approx. 128 regionally different languages, mostly Bantu languages Neighboring countries: Kenya, Uganda,… Read More »