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  • Capital: Dodoma
  • President: John Pombe Magufuli
  • Prime minister: Kassim Majaliwa
  • Climate: Temperatures range between 10 and 20 °C (50 and 68 °F) during cold and hot seasons respectively
  • Currency: Tanzanian shilling
  • Langage: Swahili and English are Tanzania's official languages
  • Area: 947,303 square kilometres
  • City: Dar es salaam
  • Local Time:GMT+3
  • Tanzania's population: 51.82 million
  • Always enjoyed my stay with Hilton Hotel and Resorts, top class room service and rooms have great outside views and luxury assessories. Thanks for great experience.

    Jessica Brown
  • Always enjoyed my stay with Hilton Hotel and Resorts, top class room service and rooms have great outside views and luxury assessories. Thanks for great experience.

    Lisa Kimberly
  • Always enjoyed my stay with Hilton Hotel and Resorts, top class room service and rooms have great outside views and luxury assessories. Thanks for great experience.


General Information About Tanzania

Tanzania is an East African country known for its vast wilderness areas. They include the plains of Serengeti National Park, a safari mecca populated by the “big five” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), and Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain. Offshore lay the tropical islands of Zanzibar and Mafia Marine Park, where whale sharks swim through reefs. Tanzania became known to the world through explorers such as Dr Livingstone and Henry Morton Stanley. They discovered the wonders of this amazing country and brought the news of the high mountains and vast lakes back to their homeland. The swahili word Safari came to mean the adventure of a lifetime, a guided journey into some of the most spectacular natural places on the planet. But a trip to Tanzania is no longer the colossal undertaking it was in days gone by. Today’s visitors can choose from safaris undertaken by vehicle, on foot, on horseback … and even by hot air balloon. The wilderness never fails to fascinate and there are more animals roaming on the plains of Serengeti alone than anywhere else in the world. So, whichever method you choose we can promise you a great safari. Africa's highest mountain, is in north Tanzania

Sports Played in Tanzania

Football is very popular throughout the country. The most popular professional football clubs in Dar es Salaam are the Young Africans F.C. and Simba S.C. The Tanzania Football Federation is the governing body for football in the country. Other popular sports include netball, boxing, volleyball, athletics, and rugby. Tanzania competes in the Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games, the All-Africa Games, the Africa Cup of Nations, the CAF Champions League, the African Women's Championship in football, the CAF Confederation Cup, and the African Championships in Athletics.


The indigenous populations of eastern Africa are thought to be the click speaking Hadza and Sandawe hunter-gatherers of Tanzania. The first wave of migration was by Southern Cushitic speakers, who are ancestral to the Iraqw, Gorowa, and Burunge and who moved south from Ethiopia into Tanzania.  Based on linguistic evidence, there may also have been two movements into Tanzania of Eastern Cushitic people at about 4,000 and 2,000 years ago, originating from north of Lake Turkana. Archaeological evidence supports the conclusion that Southern Nilotes, including the Datoog, moved south from the present-day South Sudan / Ethiopia border region into central northern Tanzania between 2,900 and 2,400 years ago. These movements took place at approximately the same time as the settlement of the iron-making Mashariki Bantu from West Africa in the Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika areas. They brought with them the west African planting tradition and the primary staple of yams. They subsequently migrated out of these regions across the rest of Tanzania between 2,300 and 1,700 years ago. Eastern Nilotic peoples, including the Maasai, represent a more recent migration from present day South Sudan within the past 1,500 to 500 years. The people of Tanzania have been associated with the production of iron and steel. The Pare people were the main producers of highly demanded iron for peoples who occupied the mountain regions of northeastern Tanzania. The Haya people on the western shores of Lake Victoria invented a type of high-heat blast furnace, which allowed them to forge carbon steel at temperatures exceeding 1,820 °C (3,310 °F) more than 1,500 years ago. Travellers and merchants from the Persian Gulf and India have visited the east African coast since early in the first millennium A.D. Islam was practised by some on the Swahili Coast as early as the eighth or ninth century A.

Culture and History



The music of Tanzania includes traditional African music, string-based taarab, and a distinctive hip hop known as bongo flava. Famous taarab singers include Abbasi Mzee, Culture Musical Club, Shakila of Black Star Musical Group. Internationally known traditional artists include Bi Kidude, Hukwe Zawose, and Tatu Nane. Tanzania also has its own distinct African rumba music, termed muziki wa dansi ("dance music"); important artists include Simba Wanyika, Remmy Ongala, and Orchestra Makassy. Freddie Mercury, of the band Queen, was born in Tanzania.


Tanzania is a one party dominant state with the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) party in power. From its formation until 1992, it was the only legally permitted party in the country. This changed on 1 July 1992, when amendments to the Constitution and a number of laws permitting and regulating the formation and operations of more than one political party were enacted by the National Assembly. Elections for president and all National Assembly seats were last held in October 2010. The CCM holds approximately 75% of the seats in the assembly. In October 2015, Tanzania announced that John Pombe Magufuli won the presidential election, securing a two-thirds majority in parliament.

Economy & Infrastructure

Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world. As of 2014, Tanzania's gross domestic product (GDP) was an estimated $43.8 billion or $86.4 billion on a purchasing power parity (PPP) basis Tanzania is a middle-power country, with a per capita GDP of $1,813 (PPP), which was 32% below the average of $2,673 for the 45 sub-Saharan African countries and ranked 23rd among those countries. From 2009 through 2013, Tanzania's per capita GDP (based on constant local currency) grew an average of 3.5% per year, higher than any other member of the East African Community (EAC) and exceeded by only nine countries in Sub-Saharan Africa: the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Lesotho, Liberia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Tanzania's largest trading partners in 2012 for its US $5.5 billion in exports were South Africa, Switzerland, and China. Its imports totalled US $11.7 billion, with Switzerland, China, and the United Arab Emirates being the biggest partners. Tanzania weathered the Great Recession, which began in late 2008 or early 2009, relatively well. Strong gold prices, bolstering the country's mining industry, and Tanzania's poor integration into global markets helped to insulate the country from the downturn Since the recession ended, the Tanzanian economy has expanded rapidly thanks to strong tourism, telecommunications, and banking sectors. According to the United Nations Development Program, however, recent growth in the national economy has benefited only the "very few", leaving out the majority of the population. Tanzania's 2013 Global Hunger Index was worse than any other country in the EAC except Burundi. The proportion of persons who were undernourished in 2010–12 was also worse than any other EAC country except Burundi.

Dar Nightlife

In Dar there are so many nightclubs that visitors have a good choice of places to go to. However, the clubs change regularly and locals in Dar seem to change their preferences for different clubs. Dress Code: Just look Cool Man! Address: Various Directions: All the places I have mentioned are well known to all taxi drivers. Be prepared to pay a maximum of TSh5000-TSh30000 to go anywhere in Dar. Any more than that and you will be ripped off.

Popular Bars in Dar

Samaki Samaki
17, Rue des Archives - 75004 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 1 42 72 26 18
30, Rue du Roi de Sicile - 75004 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 1 42 78 49 36
High Spirit Lounge & Bar
16, Rue Sainte Croix Bretonnerie - 75004 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 6 10 38 46 51
La  Chaz
15, Rue des Archives - 75004 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 1 42 72 26 18

Famous Clubs in Dar

Next Door Arena
65-67, Rue Pierre Charron - 75008 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 1 58 56 20 50
Maisha Club
76, Avenue des Champs-Elysées - 75008 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 1 56 69 16 66
Life Park
6, Avenue Marceau - 75008 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 1 47 20 04 01
Extra Mile
114, Avenue des Champs Elysées- 75008 Paris Tel. : +33 (0) 1 42 89 98 89

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Dining Seafood Restaurants In Dar Es Salaam With culinary offerings ranging from fresh caught seafood to Indian and African specialties, Dar es Salaam Serena Hotel is renowned for its rich fusion of flavours. Dine on gourmet cuisine bursting with creativity in the hotel’s distinctive restaurants – Serengeti and Jahazi. Guests also enjoy more casual settings to meet any taste and occasion, including Kibo Bar, the Pool Bar and the charming Bakers Basket Patisserie and Coffee Shop. In addition, the hotel features a dedicated Executive Lounge, which offers a café service, newspapers and private seating throughout the day for guests staying on our Executive Level floors.

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What to do around here Select the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - Dar es Salaam and be close to shops, restaurants and boating. Our hotel offers beautiful bay views and tropical, lush gardens. Enjoy staying in the most affluent area of Dar es Salaam when choosing our hotel. We are within walking distance of restaurants, shops and clubs. Spend a day on the beach. Go snorkeling, fishing and diving. Tee off at the Gymkhana Golf Course, only three miles away from the hotel. Take a 20-minute flight to Mikumi Wildlife Reserve. Visit the Dar es Salaam Yacht Club and go sailing. Visit the Slipway Arts and Crafts Center only two minutes away from the hotel. This popular recreation area offers bookshops, open-air restaurants and pubs. Be sure to visit the Village Museum, Sea Cliff Village and Shoppers Plaza. Stay at the hotel and enjoy ocean views, swimming and eclectic food from our on-site restaurants.

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Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro, is a modern oasis in the heart of the largest Tanzanian city. The five-star hotel’s superb waterfront location, spectacular views of the harbour and Indian Ocean, and proximity to the city’s International Airport ensure it is among the best-situated luxury hotels in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Dar es Salaam is the economic and commercial hub of Tanzania and the most important port in East Africa and there can be no better base from which to explore the highlights of this exciting and historic city than our harbourside hotel in Dar es Salaam.

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