Webcamtaxi takes you to Tanzania, situated in Eastern Africa, within the area of the African Great Lakes, with borders with Kenya and Uganda (north), Zambia, Malawi (west), Mozambique and the Indian Ocean (east). Tanzania is a country with impressive wilderness, home to large protected areas (close to the 38% of the country) with 16 national parks and a rich animal life including the "big five" - buffalo, elephant, lion, rhino and leopard that may be seen on a safari! To the north, the Serengeti National park is the most visited park in the country, an area of animal migration such as the zebra and the cheetah. Other attraction is Lake Manyara National Park with landscapes of forest, savannah and marsh with plenty of wildlife such as birds and the famous tree-climbing lions. The archipelago of Zanzibar is one of the most visited regions in the country. In the capital, Dodoma, the main attractions include the Bunge - the Tanzania Parliament and the Ismaili Mosque. 

Population: over 55.57 million

Capital: Dodoma

Other major cities: Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Mbeya, Morogoro, Tanga, Zanzibar City, Tabora, Songea, Kigoma

Religion: Christianity (61.4%), Islam (35.2%)

Climate: tropical, hot and humid in the coastal areas, cool and temperate in the highlands, dry in the central plateau, short rains from October to December, long rains from March to June.

Main attractions: Kilimanjaro National Park - with Africa's highest mountain peak, beaches of Zanzibar and Pemba, Ngorongoro Crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Lake Manyara National Park, Serengeti National Park, Selous Game Reserve, diving and deep-fishing in Mafia island, Prison Island, Lake Victoria, Kikuletwa hotsprings, Mnarani Marine Turtles Conservation Pond, Cultural Heritage Centre, National Museum

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