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Welcome to Tanzania

Welcome to the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB)'s official website for Tanzania, with everything you need to know about our beautiful country in one easy location. From learning more about Tanzania's extensive array of game reserves and national parks, to finding out more about the numerous cultures found in our country, the TTB official website provides up-to-date and accurate information for the traveller interested in exploring Tanzania. You will find links to specific locations, travel advice,historical and cultural background on our diverse country. Looking for the best dive sites on the Swahili Coast? Want to find out more about trekking trips through the Ngorongoro Highlands? You've come to the right place.As we say in Swahili, karibu sana, and enjoy!
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By: Hazi Omary, Daily News Tanzania The government is focused to boost the Meetings, Incentives, Conference and Exhibition (MICE) industry baking on the country’s conducive environment, good weather, decent accommodation, modern meeting facilities and improved communication infrastructure. It emerged during a conference organized in Arusha by The Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) in association with African [...]

From the most humble of beginnings, Edward Saidi Tingatinga, the founder of the famous Tinga Tinga Art, born in 1932 in a tiny village called Namochelia in Mindu area, near the village of Nakapanya in the South of Tanzania slowly and subtlety began a movement in Tanzania that would subsequently revolutionize the way art in [...]

By Shayan Mallick     Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), the national tourism organization of Tanzania, is currently visiting India on a three-city road show (Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad) along with a number leading Tanzanian suppliers to showcase the country’s diverse tourism offerings in the Indian market after a gap of ten years. It concluded its [...]

Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) has entered an agreement with Miss Journalism 2018, Witness Kavumo to be a goodwill ambassador of promoting Selous Game Reserve as a tourist destination. Miss Kavumo was earlier this year nominated by the Minister for Tourism and Natural Resources, Dr Hamisi Kigwangalla to support government efforts in promoting tourist destinations to [...]


Contact Information

Contacting us by post Tanzania Tourist Board
Utalii House - Laibon street/Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road - Opposite French Embassy
P.O.Box 2485
Contacting us by email md@tanzaniatourism.go.tz
Contacting us by telephone
General: +255 22 2664878/9
Marketing:+255 22 2664875
Tourism Services:+255 22 2664873
Information Center:+255 22 2131555
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    Did you know!

    The Amboni Caves are the most extensive limestone caves in East Africa.It covers an area of 234 km² in Tanga Region.