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Monday, May 28, 2012

TOURISM IN TANZANIA THE MAGIC SITE AND PARKS.


    
Tanzania is truly a safari destination without peer. The statistics speak for themselves: an unparalleled one-quarter of its surface area has been set aside for conservation purposes, from the world-renowned Serengeti National Park and the incomprehensibly vast Selous Game Reserve to the tiny Arusha National Park, Tanzania’s wildlife resources represent a rich mosaic of protected areas that collectively harbour an estimated 20 percent of Africa’s large mammal population.

And yet there is more to Tanzania than just safaris. There is Mount Kilimanjaro and Meru, respectively the highest and fifth highest peaks on the continent for mountain climbers, the Udzungwa and Usambara ranges for hikers, Lake Victoria (Africa’s largest lake), Tanganyika (Africa’s deepest lake) and Nyasa (located along Africa’s Great Rift Valley).

These three largest freshwater bodies in Africa are ideal spots for watersports and fishing enthusiasts.


The magical ‘spice island’ of Zanzibar is gem nestled on the vast Indian Ocean coastline, studded with picture perfect beaches, stunning offshore diving sites, and mysterious mediaeval ruins for the romantic at heart, the history buff and the culture enthusiast.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Ngorongoro Crater)
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Referred to as the 8th Wonder of the world, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in northern Tanzania stretches across some 8,300 sq km and is a unique blend of landscapes, wildlife, people and archaeology, unsurpassed in Africa.

The Ngorongoro Crater

Rhino in the Ngorongoro crater
Host to a pioneering experiment in multiple land use, pastoralism, conservation and tourism co-exist in carefully managed harmony.
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The centrepiece of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater, which is a caldera. Ngorongoro area is also home to the famous Maasai.


It provides a natural sanctuary for thousands of animals and many species of insects and birds. Lush highlands surround the Crater, falling away to the tawny plains and alkaline lakes of the Great Rift Valley.


The sheer magnificence of the area captivates the mind and whets the appetite for more, a perfect kickoff point for any visitors’ journey into Tanzania.

Selous Game Reserve
The largest protected wildlife area in Africa, larger in size than Switzerland, the Selous Game Reserve boasts the largest population of elephants as well as large numbers of lions, leopards, rare African wild dogs, buffalos and hippos.

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Hippos in tthe Selous Game Reserve
No where else than the Serengeti National Park, will visitors see a greater concentration of wildlife the Selous Game Reserve

Well-watered, Selous is also home to the ferocious yet attractive tiger fish and vandu catfish, the latter equipped with a primitive set of lungs which allows it to migrate from one landlocked pool to another.

Saadani National Park
Tanzania’s first coastal wildlife sanctuary, Saadani hosts a wide variety of small game, extensive bird life, bottle nose dolphins, whales and a valuable green turtle breeding ground at Madete Beach.

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Wami River across Saadani National Park
Surrounded by one of the oldest fishing communities on the East African Coast, its pristine white sands and blue waters provide an idyllic and restful setting for the weary traveller.

Manyara National Park
Lake Manyara National Park

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Lion climbing trees in the lake Manyara National Park
Stretching for 50 km along the base of the rusty 600 metre high Rift Valley escarpment, the park is home to the scenic gem, Lake Manyara extolled by Hemingway as ‘the loveliest I had ever seen in Africa’.

The park is a sanctuary to over 400 species of birds including the pink flamingo, sacred ibis and Egyptian geese; huge herds of buffalo and elephant and numerous hippopotamus, fondly referred to as ‘water cattle’. Manyara is also home to unique tree climbing lions.

Serengeti National Park
Arguably the best known wildlife sanctuary in the world “Serengeti” which means “endless plains” in the Maasai language, is home to an unparalleled smorgasbord of wildlife, flora and fauna, more than three million mammals can be found at one time in the Serengeti.

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Wilderbeasts in the Serengeti national park
The most spectacular sight in the Serengeti is the Wildebeest migration. Imagine a 1,000 km (600 mile) frenzied migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra, each one driven by an ancient instinct to migrate north in search of fresh pastures and to mate.

Envision a replenishing of the species in a brief population explosion of 8,000 calves daily, imagine over 100,000 animals scrambling to cross a crocodile infested river, its banks lined with predators primed for the hunt, imagine the carnage and the fight for survival. A must see sight, the Serengeti migration elucidates like no other spectacle, the Darwinian theory of Survival of the fittest. A novel way of seeing the Serengeti, from the air, by hot air balloon, is an opportunity not to be missed.

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park
Described by Ernest Hemingway as the roof of Africa and “as wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white.” Mount Kilimanjaro stands in isolated glory, the tallest free-standing mountain in the world at 5,895m.

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Three majestic peaks Shira in the west, Mawenzi in the East and the snow capped Kibo in the centre provide ample challenge for mountain climbers and adventurers.

With a wide variance in climates, from tropical; where lush rainforests exist that are home to elusive elephant, leopard, buffalo, bushbuck, the endangered Abbott’s duiker, and numerous other small antelopes, primates and rodents; to heather and open moorland where giant lobelia and huge, cactus-like groundsel grow; moorland to an almost lunar landscape of an alpine desert stretching closer to the peaks of the mountain where herds of eland thrive. A fine example of co-existing contrasts, the Kilimanjaro National Park has everything for everybody. (
news of Mount Kilimanjaro in detail looking at this blog News Archive )

There are so many tourist centers as follows and you would also know about the details in all contact centers so I centers are Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Ngorongoro ...

     Selous Game Reserve
     Mkomazi Game Reserve 
     Saadani National Park 
     Rubondo Island National Park 
    Whale Mountains National Park
     Kitulo Plateau National Park 
     Katavi National Park
    Gombe Stream National Park 
     Udzungwa National Park
     Ruaha National Park
     Mikumi National Park
     Tarangire National Park
     Serengeti National Park
     Mount Kilimanjaro National Park
     Manyara National Park
     Arusha National Park
there is also a very unique place where you can visit and you feel that this is a completely different world, for example
Usambara Mountains
 
This little known mountain range is one of the gems of Tanzania. Located to the west of the coastal town of Tanga, the Usambaras offer incredible natural biodiversity, great hiking opportunities and a bird-watching paradise.

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Waterfalls in Usambara Mountains

Usambara Forest
Irente Viewpoint: From this famous viewpoint you can see the village of Mazinde almost 1000 meters below the vast Maasai plains beyond. On the return trip to Lushoto you can visit the Irente Farm cheese factory and the royal village of Kwembago . You can enjoy a whole meal picnic at Irente Farm.

Usambara Farm and Flora Tour:
This walk takes you trough the fertile farmlands of Jaegertal to a fruit tree nursery where you can learn about different varieties of fruit trees and their propagation. You can continue uphill to the village of Vuli to learn about local soil conservation, irrigation projects and farming methods. You can return to Lushoto via the Arboretum.

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Growing Rock:
From Soni you walk to the top of Kwamongo Mountains Peak , famous for its multicoloured butterflies, via the villages of Shashui and Kwemula. From Kwamongo you have views of Soni, Lushoto and the Handeni Plains. You descend to the village of Magila at the foot of the "Growing Rock" to visit a soil conservation project and learn why the rock is growing.

Magamba Rainforest:
This tour begins with an uphill walk from Lushoto to the royal village of Kwembago , where you can learn about the cultural history of the traditional ruling clan, the Kilindi. From Kwembago you have a beautiful view over Lushoto and the Maasai plains. You proceed to the lush Magamba rainforest, home of black and white colored monkeys. The return to Lushoto passes via the old German Middle School and the village of Magamba

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

specific features of tourism in Tanzania is almost completed after conducting an analysis


specific features of tourism in Tanzania is almost completed after conducting an analysis of reviews is ready this is a very small beginnings do not miss the great wonders of Tanzania through this important article of tourism .. stay ready.....................

Tanzania, a country endowed with abundant wildlife, great and unique natural features, friendly and hospitable people and a superb climate, has gradually become a favorite destination for international tourism.
ZebraTanzania embodies all the attractions of Africa. With 14 National parks, numerous Games and Forest Reserves taking 38% of its landmass, it is truly a Garden of Eden on this earth; hence it invoked awe to many international tourists. From the fabled snow-capped highest free standing mountain in the world – Kilimanjaro, Game Park, historical and archaeological sites to virgin unspoilt beaches, the country has made positive gains in its approach to low impact/high yield sustainable tourism policy. This has led to the protection of environment from irreversible damage while at the same time creating a top-class Eco-tourism destination.
Given improved services in the tourism industry, the visitor can enjoy all the comforts and amenities of modern life, making the adventure of exploration to Tanzania, comfortable, enjoyable and extremely rewarding. There are so many ways to enjoy what our country offers that will make visitors never regret.
Following government’s liberalization policy, The National Tourism Policy was reviewed in 1999. The policy has clearly slept out vital and key essential elements that are aimed at promoting the country’s tourism industry by optimizing the private sector. The government will only play a regulatory role in policy formulation monitoring, regulating and collection of government revenue derived from the industry.
The policy also charts out the need for creation of new tourist products where the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism is now promoting the North Eastern Zone, Coastal Belt, Southern and Southern Highlands Zones as well as the southern extensive beaches along the Indian Ocean for investment. Emphasis is also placed on cultural tourism, which is now rapidly picking up water sports, historical and archaeological sites. Conference tourism is another new product being targeted.
To be continue......................... soon.

Monday, May 21, 2012

HABARI ZA MICHEZO ZA WIKI: AFRIKA MAJONZI, ULAYA CHEREKO. R.I.P. Mafisango Halaaa Chelsea.


                  
wakati hali ya tanzania ikiwa ni majonzi huko ulaya hali ya furaha imewatala mashabiki pamoja na timu nzima ya chelsea baada ya kufanikiwa kwa mara ya kwanza kutwaa taji la Uefa C. league baada ya kuizamisha Bayern Munich kwa Penalt 4 KWA 3 baada ya dakika 120 kumalizikwa kwa sare ya 1 kwa 1 baada ya Didier Drogba kusawazisha bao dakika ya 88. chelsea ni mara yake ya kwanza kutwaa taji hili huku kikosi hicho kikikikabiliwa na matatizo mengi sana ikiwamo ya kumtimua aliekuwa kocha wa timu hiyo Vilas Boas na kushilkiliwa na kocha msaidizi Di mateo na bado ikionekana kama si kitu lakini imedhihirishia ulimwengu kuwa ni moto wa kuotea mbali.


Mnamo tarehe 17 mwezi huu mchezo wa soka ulikumbwa na giza nene na simanzi kubwa baada ya kutokea kifo cha ghafra cha aliyekuwa mchezaji wa simba kiungo mahiri Patrick Muttesa Mafisango kilichotokea kwa ajali ya Gari maeneo ya chang'mbe jijini dar-es- salam mafisango ambeye amezikwa jana huko kwao kongo kinshasa amekumbwa na umauti siku chache kabla ya kuondoka yeye na Niyonzima Kuelekea kwa Rwanda katika timu ya Taifa aliyokuwa akiichezea kama timu yake ya taifa japo kuwa ni mzaliwa wa kongo. nikiwa katika pilikapilika za kazi na mambo mengine nilishtushwa sana na taarifa za msiba huo nilikuwa mbali na kwakweli ilipunguza hata ufanisi wa nlichokuwa nakifanya... alale pema peponi Petii mkambo Mutesa Mafisango..

Saturday, May 5, 2012

LIJUE BARAZA JIPYA LA MAWAZIRI NA MANAIBU WAZIRI: Sura mpya zatawala kidogo.


Hili ndilo baraza jipya la Mawaziri na Manaibu Waziri aliowatangaza jana Raisi wa Jamhuri ya muungano wa Tanzania Raisi Jakaya M. Kikwete

OFISI YA RAIS
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Rais (Mahusiano na Uratibu)
Ndugu Stephen M. Wasira, Mb.,
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Rais, (Utawala Bora)
Ndugu George Mkuchika, Mb.,
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Rais (UTUMISHI)
Ndugu Celina Kombani, Mb.,
OFISI YA MAKAMU WA RAIS
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais (MUUNGANO)
Ndugu Samia H.  Suluhu, Mb.,
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais (MAZINGIRA)
Dr. Terezya P.L. Huvisa, Mb.,
OFISI  YA WAZIRI MKUU
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Waziri  Mkuu (Uwekezaji na Uwezeshaji)
Ndugu Mary M. Nagu, Mb.,
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi  ya Waziri Mkuu (TAMISEMI)
Ndugu Hawa Ghasia, Mb.,
Waziri wa Nchi, Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu (Sera, Uratibu na Bunge)
Ndugu William V. Lukuvi, Mb.,
WIZARA
Waziri wa Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki
Ndugu Samuel J. Sitta, Mb.,
Waziri wa Ulinzi na Jeshi la Kujenga Taifa
Ndugu Shamsi Vuai Nahodha, Mb.,
Waziri wa Ujenzi
Dr.  John P. Magufuli, Mb.,
Waziri wa Afya na Ustawi wa Jamii
Dr. Hussein A.H. Mwinyi, Mb.,
Waziri wa Elimu na Mafunzo ya Ufundi
Dr. Shukuru J. Kawambwa, Mb.,
Waziri wa Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia na Watoto
Ndugu Sophia M. Simba, Mb.,
Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa
Ndugu Bernard K. Membe, Mb.,
Waziri wa Katiba na Sheria
Ndugu Mathias M. Chikawe, Mb.,
Waziri wa Mambo ya Ndani ya Nchi
Ndugu Emmanuel Nchimbi, Mb.,
Waziri wa Maendeleo ya Mifugo na Uvuvi
Dr. David M. David, Mb.,
Waziri wa Kazi na Ajira
Ndugu Gaudentia M. Kabaka, Mb.,
Waziri wa Mawasiliano, Sayansi na Teknolojia
Prof.  Makame M. Mbarawa, Mb.,
Waziri wa Ardhi, Nyumba na Maendeleo ya Makazi
Prof.  Anna K. Tibaijuka, Mb.,
Waziri wa Maji
Prof. Jumanne Maghembe,  Mb.,
Waziri asiyekuwa na Wizara Maalum
Prof. Mark Mwandosya, Mb.,
Waziri wa  Kilimo, Chakula na Ushirika
Eng. Christopher Chiza, Mb.,
Waziri wa Uchukuzi
Dr. Harrison Mwakyembe, Mb.,
Waziri wa Habari, Vijana, Utamaduni na Michezo

MATOKEO YA KIDATO CHA SITA 2011 YALIVYOKUWA.



Haya ni matokeo ya kidato cha sita ambayo idadi ya ufaulu imeongezeka kulinganisha na mwaka jana na sekondari za serikali walau zimejitahidi 

Haya ni majina ya wanafunzi waliofanya vizuri katika mitihani hiyo.
Muhagachi Chacha (Kibaha), Samwel Katwale (Mzumbe), Amiri Abdalah (Feza Boys), Aron Gerson, Shaban Omary wote wa Tabora Boys, Kudra Baruti (Feza Boys), George Assenga (Majengo), Comman Nduru (Feza Boys), Francis Josephat (Tabora Boys) na George Felix (Mzumbe. wengine ni kama ifuatavyo
Doreen Kabuche (Benjamin Mkapa), Rahabu
Mwang'amba (Kilakala), Mary Moshi (Kifungilo Girls) Nuru Kipato (Marian Girls) Zainabu Hassan (Al-Muntazir Islamic),Catherine Temu (Ashira), Anthonia Lugomo (Usongwe), Cecilia Mville (Kifungilo Girls), Mariam Matolwa (Kilakala) na Suzan Makoi (Tarakea).

na hizi ndizo shule kumi bora:
Feza Boys, Kifungilo, Kibaha, St.
Mary's Mazinde, Ilboru Tabora St. Mary Goreti, Mzumbe na Mafinga na kwa upande wa shule zilizofanya vizuri katika kundi la zile zilizokuwa na watahiniwa chini ya wanafunzi 30 ni Uru Seminary, St. James Seminary, Maua Seminary, Same seminary Dungunyi Seminary D.C.T Jubilee St. Joseph-Kilocho Seminary, Mlama na Masama Girls.


 


   Angalia matokeo ya kidato cha sita 2011 kwa ku click hapa

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

YALIYOJIRI KATIKA SIASA MBUNGE HUYU NAYE CHALI.sasa zamu ya CCM.



Katika hali ambayo ilidhaniwa na wengi kabla ya hukumu ya aliyekuwa mbunge wa sumbawanga mjini Aeshi Hillary avuliwa rasmi ubunge na sasa jimbo hilo lipowazi, hii ni kutokana na malalamiko ya mgombea mwenzake katika uchaguzi wa 2010 kupitia CHADEMA kumfungulia mashtaka kwa kukiuka sheria za uchaguzi, ikiwemo kutokea kwa fujo na kashfa mbalimbali za rushwa akiongea kupitia vyombo vya habari mbunge huyo ameahidi kukata rufaa na amesema kuwa anashangazwa sana na maamuzi ya mahakama kwa kumtia hatiani kufuatia wafuasi wake kufanya vurugu ambazo ndizo zimepelekea kuvuliwa ubunge pia amedai kuwa huwezi kumtambua mfuasi wa chama kwa fulana aliyo vaa hivyo mahakama haikuwa na uhakikwa wa kuwa waliofanya fujo hizo walikuwa ni wafuasiwa CCM kwani huwezi kumtambua mfuasi wa chama kwa fulana aliovaa bali utamtambua kwa kadi ya chama na sio vinginevyo, pia mbunge huyo hakubainisha wala kuongelea tuhuma za rushwa ambazo pia zilichangia kumvua ubunge na ikiwemo kutuhumiwa kutoa rushwa ya baikeli pikipiki na vitu mbalimbali kwa sharti la kupigiwa kura. mengi zidi tutayapta hasa baada ya mbunge alievuliwa ubunge kukata rufaa. kwasasa jimbo hilo la sumbawanga mjini lipo wazi huku CHADEMA wakichekelea kwani kunauwezekano mkubwa wa kuchukua jimbo hilp haya yamebainishwa jana katika sherehe fupi ya kushangili ama kupongeza uamuzi wa mahakama kwa kumvua ubunge mbunge huyo.

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