“I love Tanzania because of the light, colours and life in almost every scene, especially at dawn, when the rising sun floods the grasslands with gold, schoolchildren walk along the roadsides and vendors set out their wares. Nature surrounds you with all its exuberance: the largest animals mingle with the most minute; bird calls fill the air; trees blossom with flowers; hills roll into the horizon; and fishing dhows set sail in coastal waters. Mostly, though, the highlight is Tanzanians themselves, with their equanimity, charm, dignity and warm welcome.“ Thanks to Lonely Planet for this quotation.
Situated in East African Great Lakes area Tanzania boasts the Serengeti, sandy beaches, Lake Victoria and Mount Kilimanjaro. The country is politically safe and relatively trouble free. The country offers great sailing and extensive Safari experiences and is also a member of the British Commonwealth. To enter, from most countries (Britain, US, EU included), only […]
The 50+ million population of Tanzania consists of several ethnic groups, the vast majority are Bantu-speakers; the largest is the Sukuma, with others including the Nyamwezi, the Makonde and the Chaga of the Kilimanjaro region. Most Tanzanians, unlike many African people, consider themselves as Tanzanian and most speak Swahili with English being the language of […]
AoteA has chosen Tanzania for many reasons including the people. language, stability and safety (see our document Why Tanzania by clicking here.) . Aotea’s Aim is to help grow the life quality of the people by providing secure employment and career growth for the many graduates and skilled IT resources there but also Aotea is […]