Tanzania is endowed with abundant natural resources and business opportunities in various investment areas like Mining, Tourism, Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry. Potential investors can pick out of various options available to suit their investment and business goals. Tanzania is considered to be the friendliest nation in the world, thanks to her warm and charming citizens.
Tanzania features a wide a range of natural beauty and splendor which attracts tourists from all over the world. They include:
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, the highest free-standing mountain and the fourth most prominent mountain in the world. Its distrinctive snow capped peak has become a global symbol of the beauty of East Africa region.
Zanzibar is an archipelago made up of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands as well as several other small Islands. Zanzibar is characterised by beauty sandy beaches with fringing coral reef as well as the historic Stone Town which is said to be the only functioning ancient town in East Africa and which is visited by tourists from all over the word.
The Great Rift Valley
The Great Rift Valley is a long crack in the earth's crust stretching from Lebanon to Mozambique. It offers some most spectacular and stunning scenery in East Africa. In Tanzania, it has produced the volcanic Mount Kilimajaro and Mount Meru, as well as Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika. The Rift Valley system has been a great source of archaeology and anthropology discovery including the Crandle of Manking at Olduvai Gorge.
Tanzania has 15 national parks. Some of them are among the most famous wilderness areas in the world. Some of the parks include Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Manyara, Mikumi, Tarangire and Selous national parks.
Tanzania has a 1,400 kilometer coastline on the Indian Ocean, featuring many beautiful unspoilt beaches.
Tanzania's equatorial climate results in pleasant weather throughout the year with the hottest months occurring from November to February (25oC to 31oC) and the coolest period between May and August (15oC to 20oC). In the highlands, temperature ranges between 10oC in the cold season and 20oC in the hot season, while the rest of the country rarely sees temperature lower than 20oC.