A land of geographical extremes, Tanzania houses the highest peak (Mount Kilimanjaro), the lowest point (the lake bed of Lake Tanganyika), and a portion of the largest lake (Lake Victoria, shared with Uganda and Kenya) on the African continent.
You should seek shelter from the sun during the midday heat and use copious amounts of sunblock, SPF 30 .Islam was practised on the Swahili coast as early as the eighth or ninth century CE.In the late 19th century, Imperial Germany conquered the regions that are now Tanzania (minus Zanzibar), Rwanda, and Burundi, and incorporated them into German East Africa.A large central plateau makes up most of the mainland, at between 900 m and 1800 m.The mountain ranges of the Eastern Arc and the Southern and Northern Highlands cut across the country to form part of the Great Rift Valley.Only do business with the immigration offices and adjacent banks, located in established government buildings.Do not stop or interact with people in the no-man's land in between.Visas are valid for the duration from the date of issuance. passport can only obtain a US0 multiple-entry visa. Any sort of business visit requires a temporary work permit called a CTA (Carrying on Temporary Assignment). Up to 6 passport sized photos will also be required. Entering Zanzibar for example will be difficult without it if you are not a tourist.However, obtaining a visa before arrival is highly recommended. See the Tanzania Immigration Service web site for more details.From the mid-1980s, the regime financed itself by borrowing from the International Monetary Fund and underwent some reforms.From the mid-1980s Tanzania's GDP per capita has grown and poverty has been reduced.