Karibu means welcome in Swahili. And there is no better place to enjoy an enriching cultural and wildlife experience than Tanzania.

The magical names trip of the tongue – Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge, Selous, the Serengeti and exotic Zanzibar.

In the year 2009, Oludvai Gorge celebrated the Golden Anniversary of the discovery, 50 years ago, of Zinjanthropus boisei or “nutcracker man”.

Tanzania’s new and enlarged national parks mean it is now the only country in the world to protect more than 25% of its land so game viewing experiences are widely regarded as the best in Africa.

It is the place to see seemingly endless herds of wildbeast and zebra trekking across the plains on their annual migration – followed by the predatory lions, leopard, cheetah and hyena.

It is elephant country, boasting some of the largest populations in the world.

While at Gombe and Mahale Mountains National Parks, it is home to groups of chimpanzees now so rarely seen in the wild.

Both the Tanzania mainland and, of course, Zanzibar boast beautiful beaches – hundreds of miles of palm-fringed sands overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Its cities are relaxed and friendly. Its huge lakes, Victoria, Tanganyika and Nyasa, are bountiful with fish. Its mountains are massive and mysterious and include Mount Meru, Ol Doinyo Lengai and the Usambaras in addition, of course, to Mount Kilimanjaro – the ‘Roof of Africa’ and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world.

Yet this, the largest country in East Africa, is untouched by the holiday making hordes of mass tourism.

It was in Tanzania that Stanley uttered those famous words – “Dr Livingstone I presume” – when he tracked down the Scottish missionary and explorer after a long trek into the interior.

Indeed Tanzania was a magnet for several Victorian explorers who made epic journeys of discovery in search of the source of the Nile.

Today’s visitors are able to explore the largest country in East Africa, and see its remarkable seven UNESCO World Heritage sites, with none of the hardship but all of the adventure of those early pioneers.


Contact Media 2 Solution (M2S) to recommend the best company to handle your trip to Tanzania.

M2S have the knowledge, understanding and know the capacity of more than 500 companies involved in the tourism industry, making it the best and largest organisation to recommend you to the best company according to your budget.

Those companies include safari operators, mountain specialists, hotels, airlines, and a range of other suppliers on this industry.

M2S headquarter is in the tourist town of Arusha in northern Tanzania and the contacts are as follows:

Media 2 Solution

Arusha City complex 4th floor Swahili Street.

P. O. Box 611,


Tel: – 0716 079 339 or 0683722171

E-mail:- media2solution@gmal.com