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With the mighty Kilimanjaro in the north-east, the vast Indian Ocean to the east, Lake Victoria in the north, Lake Malawi in the south and Lake Tanganyika in the west, Tanzania certainly is a country of great geographical wonders. Apart from the fact that it is the deepest lake in Africa, Lake Tanganyika's waters boast more that 2,000 species of plant and animal life, about 30 percent of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Off the coast of Tanzania lies beautiful, vibrant Zanzibar. The country also has numerous national parks; these include the Serengeti, where part of the Great Wildebeest Migration takes place, and the Gombe Stream National Park – the site of Jane Goodall's inspiring research on chimpanzees. 

June to August is ideal to experience the Great Wildebeest Migration but to watch the wildebeest calving, you have to visit during January and February. To catch Tanzania at it's finest climate-wise, June to October is the best time.
The people of Tanzania mainly follow traditional African religions, Islam or Christianity and different religious groups are quite accepting of each other. The official languages are Swahili and English. US dollars and Euros are the best currencies to carry as they can be easily exchanged for the local currency – the Tanzanian Shilling.

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