African ACRP Workshop/AGM 2009 Hosted by
Tanzania Network Information Centre
13th - 17th April 2009 ,
Africa's Internet Infrastructure"
Lying just south of the equator, Tanzania is East
Africa's largest country, and an immensely rewarding
place to visit. Tanzania has the world-famous attractions;
the plains of the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, snowcapped
Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa's highest mountain) and
Zanzibar, with its idyllic palm-fringed beaches and
historic Stone Town. Yet there's a whole lot more
to Tanzania than these obvious highlights.
Almost everywhere you go you'll find interesting
wildlife and inspiring landscapes (over forty percent
of the country is protected in some form or other)
ranging from forest-covered volcanic peaks to dusty
savanna populated by elephants, antelopes, lions,
leopards and cheetahs. Tanzania is one of the four
most naturally diverse nations on earth: it contains
Africa's second-largest number of bird species (around
1500), the continent's biggest mammal population and
three-quarters of East Africa's plant species (over
ten thousand). Add to this the country's rich ethnic
diversity, some superb hiking and other activities
like snorkelling and diving, and you have the makings
of a holiday of a lifetime.....
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Tucked at the foot of Mount Meru, the town of Arusha
is the first stop on the northern safari circuit and
is the undisputed safari capital of East Africa. The
streets of this vibrant town are filled with 4x4 game
viewing vehicles criss-crossing the potholed roads.
Maasai warriors in full regalia walk around, mingling
with tourists in crisp khaki, fresh off the plane
from Europe or the United States.
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In Tanzania, visas are required by most foreign nationals
whether visiting for a holiday or to conduct business.Tanzania
does permit visa free travel for a period of up to
three months to some foreign nationals, mainly those
from African and Asian countries however in most cases,
with the exceptions of Kenya and Uganda, these visitors
will still to obtain entry permit clearance. A Global
Visas immigration will be able to advice you of the
exact visa requirements for citizens of your country
of residence travelling to Tanzania.
To know more about visa requirements for Tanzania,
To know whether you require a visit to travel to
Tanzania, please click
Despite its proximity to the equator, Arusha's elevation
of 1400 m on the southern slopes of Mount Meru keeps
temperatures down and alleviates humidity. Cool dry
air is prevalent for much of the year. The temperature
ranges between 13 and 30 degrees Celsius with an average
around 25 degrees. It has distinct wet and dry seasons,
and experiences an eastern prevailing wind from the
Indian Ocean, a couple of hundred miles east.
Arusha is considered to be one of the best African
cities when it comes to great weather and tourism
combined. Almost within the entire city; if you go
north you will be going up hill, and going south is
always down hill.
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over eleven direct flights from to the Arusha regionincluding
six from European destimation anf five from African
destination. For those who may fly to Dar es Salam,
there are five domestic flight in Tanzania which
can operate across Tanzania.
find our the airline that travel into Tanzania and
the domestic airlines, please click
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