31 May-1 Jun
31 May-1 Jun
31 May-1 Jun
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It lies 450 miles to the northwest of Dar es Salaam, the capital city of Tanzania.
Keep all members of the family happy with a visit to Serengeti Hippo Pool.
Want to venture out a little bit? Mugumu is 18 miles to the north of Serengeti National Park and Nyanungu is 50 miles to the north. Hop in the car and discover what's happening out there!
Transform your holiday in this region into a memorable adventure with a day of rock climbing or mountain climbing. They're both very popular pastimes here.
When it comes to relaxing pursuits, hardly anything beats heading out into the fresh air and going bird watching or wildlife watching.
Don't know where to start first? Often the best way to see a place is to sign on for a couple of tours. The region offers some interesting guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris.
Whether you're splashing in it, drifting on top of it or zooming across it, nothing beats spending time around the water. You can select from various watersports here, such as swimming and snorkeling.
We aren't quite sure how they managed to fit so much into the region's craft workshops. Step through the doors and see what they've got to offer.
Clear the cobwebs from your mind at some lovely outdoor attractions. The surrounding area offers a wide range of open-air markets.
If you're eager to get a glimpse into the region's past, why not swing by one or more of its ruins, traditional villages and archeological sites? It pays to do a little research beforehand to get some insight into their historical importance.
Ready to nibble, gnaw, crunch, munch and sip your way across Tanzania? A world of decadent flavours awaits you, so slip on your stretchiest jeans and bon appétit!
Keen to know some of the typical ingredients used in cooking here? Get ready to taste ugali (maize porridge) and fish in quite a few of your meals.
Don't miss your chance to try out ugali (cornmeal) or vitumbua (rice cakes). These signature meals are highly recommended by the locals.
You won't need too much convincing to indulge in some kashata ( made from coconut and ground nuts), a sweet treat that'll make you want to pack everything up and settle down here.
If you really want to see the big pitcher, grab the hopportunity to toss down a beer. Schooner rather than later! Bad beer puns aside, be sure to order tusker beer, one of the best local brews.
If you're lucky enough to be in Serengeti National Park on the 26th of April, get ready to party! Union Day sees crowds of people heading out and celebrating.
When it comes time to say goodbye, don't leave your spare Tanzanian shillings rattling around in your pocket. Why not buy some souvenirs as a reminder of this stunning region?
If you'll be travelling via air, you'll likely be using Mwanza Airport (MWZ). It's 130 miles to the west. Pack up your suitcase, plan a route and set that alarm!