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Travelling along the Rift Valley: Geography of Tanzania
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The biodiversity of Tanzania is among the highest
on earth: there are over 1500 species of birds, the largest population of big mammals of Africa and over 10.000 plant species.

The landscape varies dramatically moving across the Rift Valley:
desert expanses and depressions, fertile plateaux, the highest peaks of Africa, soda lakes and large rivers. The coast, Pemba Island, Zanzibar and Mafia archipelagos have become the most popular beach destination in East Africa not counting the miles of barrier reef and superb diving offered.

Culturally it is an ethnic mosaic of people living together without desire to prevail over one another.

  THE NORTHERN PARKS
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  THE SOUTHERN PARKS
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  THE WESTERN PARKS
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  ISLANDS
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  COAST
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  LAKES
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  MOUNTAINS
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Serengeti National Park Ngorongoro Conservation Area Lake Manyara National Park Tarangire National Park Kilimanjaro Arusha Natiional Park Mkomazi National Park Saadani National Park Ruaha National Park Mikumi National Park Udzungwa Mountains Selous Katavi Mahale Gombe Lake Eyasi Lake Natron