About 8 km north of Tanga, these ten limestone caves, formed during the Jurassic age some 150 million years ago, are the most extensive cave system in east Africa.
Bujora Sukuma Museum
Located some 18 km from Mwanza, exhibits commemorate the traditions and culture of the Sukuma, the largest tribe in Tanzania.
Kondoa Irangi Rock Paintings
Half way between Dodoma and Arusha, near the village of Kolo, are some of the finest example of rock paintings in the world ! These extraordinary paintings depict the animals and customs of the people at the time.
A soda lake, on the border with Kenya 200 km north west of Arusha, which is home to thousands of flamingos.
Located at the southern end of lake Natron, this is the only active volcano in Tanzania. It last erupted in 1966. Known as the “Mountain of God” to the masai, it rises to an elevation of 9,442 feet.