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Fascinating wildlife, exuberant beaches, intriguing culture, and friendly people – Tanzania has all of these summed up in one adventurous package. When you close your eyes, the image which is conjured by your imagination is most likely to be of Tanzania. The country has become famously known for Mount Kilimanjaro, Serengeti, and Zanzibar.

If you are a wildlife freak, Tanzania should be at the top spot of your halal travel list. It is home to some of the most impressive game reserves and national parks in Africa with Serengeti National Park bagging the top spot in the entire continent for providing the ultimate safari experience. It is a paradise for Muslim travellers who want to immerse themselves in the African bush.
With pearly white beaches, magnificent mountain ranges, and unbelievably large game reserves, Tanzania is an absolute delight to explore. You can quench your wanderlust by following the huge herds of Katavi National Park and viewing the migration of the wild beasts across the Serengeti.
Home to over 120 different ethnicities and cultures, it has seen negligible religion-based violence. This marks the country completely safe for your halal holidays. The climate is primarily tropical with more humidity in the coastal areas and heavy rains from March through May. The dry season is the best time to visit Tanzania, especially for game-viewing.

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  • Time Difference: GMT +4 hours
  • Capital: Dar es Salaaam
  • Currency: Tanzanian Shilling
  • Flying Time from the UK: 9 hours direct
  • Visa: Required for UK citizens
  • Our Highlight: The warm friendly locals

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Zanzibar - Being a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania – Zanzibar is a breath-taking archipelago in the Indian Ocean. Located at a distance of 25-50 km from the mainland, the two most visited islands are Unguja and Pemba. The famous and beautiful beaches in Unguja will give you delightful views and a serene environment. There are multiple scuba diving spots, and you can encounter turtles, reefs, and even sharks. While snorkelling, you might be tempted to take a souvenir or two but be careful as this kills the reef.

Kilimanjaro - Mount Kilimanjaro is a favourite of the hikers and adventurers alike, mainly because no technical skills are required to climb it. Scaling the mountain is possible without any harness, ropes, ice axe, or crampons. Apart from this world-famous peak, the Kilimanjaro area also has safaris, national parks, and several opportunities for outdoor activities. You can come across some of the most beautiful views while sight-seeing and the Materuni Waterfall Tour would make you experience the true beauty of nature. The jaw-dropping views are not to be missed! 
Dar-Es-Salaam - The biggest city of Tanzania is home to a very large number of people and exhibits a wide variety of cultures. The city brims because of its wonderful music, friendly people, scenic beaches, and appetizing seafood. While you enjoy the hustle of the busiest city in the country, there are multiple escape points for solitude seekers. Some of the places which should be a part of your Dar-Es-Salaam halal-friendly travel list include National Museum & House of Culture, Mbudya Island, Coco Beach, Oyster Bay, and the Botanical Gardens.

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5 Reasons to Visit Tanzania

Wildlife - You won’t find such splendid wildlife sights in any other part of Africa! You’ll be in awe as you watch these creatures migrate and the way they lead their lives. Home to thousands of animal species, Tanzania is nothing less than a scene from a wildlife documentary.  

Adventure - There is no ending to adventure here. Tanzania should be on the wish list of every adventurer who wants to live life to the fullest. You name any land or water activity, and Tanzania has it!
Food - The Tanzanian cuisine is African but carries a strong influence from the Indian and Arabic flavours. Zanzibar offers the most exquisite seafood options with the restaurants having a wide range of dishes on their menus.
Outstanding Accommodation - There is an array of choices available for the visitors and they can choose as per their taste, budget, or location of the hotel. There are resorts which offer the ultimate luxurious experience whereas there are camping spots which let you be close to nature and breath the fresh air.
Culture - Tanzanian culture is unique, especially the Maasai people are quite intriguing. Your halal-friendly tour is going to be filled with fun as you discover a lot about the history and traditions of the locals.

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Best for Halal Dining

Langi Langi Beach Bungalows - The Marhaba Restaurant at the Langi Langi Beach Bungalows serves the local as well as international cuisine. This restaurant is considered as one of the best offerings of the area because of its wide variety of seafood which is freshly caught from the ocean. The highlight of this resort is that it is the only one where the hotel owner offers cooking classes to the guests. 


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Best for Private Pools

Zanzi Resort - For some people, vacations are all about doing nothing. Late mornings, beautiful sights, and some tasty food are all they want in their getaway from the monotonous routine. When you are on an Islamic holiday, you would also like to indulge in a leisurely swim but that is only possible in the presence of private pools. The Zanzi Resort is the best choice as they provide you complete seclusion for your pool experience.


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Best for Muslim Honeymooners

Baraza Resort and Spa - The prestigious Conde Nest Traveller magazine named the Paje beach as one of the top 30 in the world, and Baraza is the most exclusive resort near its shore. Considering the amenities available along with the wonderful sights, your halal honeymoon is going to be a spectacular experience in Tanzania. They have the most romantic locations for couples who can have some quality time in complete solitude.


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Best for Muslim Families

The Residence Zanzibar - With 4 different restaurants each having a unique ambiance and a special kids club, this resort is a heaven for families. There are multiple activities at your disposal with some of them being completely free while you have to pay a very reasonable price for the remaining. You can have a go at tennis, cycling, snorkelling, kayaking, kite surfing, deep-sea fishing, dolphin safari, scuba diving, and cruising.