Tanzania has practically everything to offer: superior nature and wild life reserves, beautiful coast, coral reefs, the snow capped Kilimanjaro, Lake Victoria and spectacular topography like the Great Rift Valley.
Culturally Tanzania is a blend of African, Arab, Indian and European influences and is home to more than 100 different ethnic groups. Nearby a church you'll hear the mosque call while you watch the proud and colourful Masaai pass by on a bike. This resembles the remarkable contrast of Tanzania.
The country also has a fascinating history. Some of the world's oldest hominid fossils are found here and the country has been a main point for trading, including slave trade.
Many travellers and foreigners claim it to be one of Africa's most low-key and friendly destinations - an ideal choice if you're a first-time visitor to the continent.