Tanzania, it is a country in East Africa. The capital of Tanzania is Dodoma.
The coast of the Indian Ocean and the main islands of the Mafia, Pemba and Zanzibar are protected by coral reefs. The mainland is dominated by the central plateau, which is covered with meadows, plains and rolling hills. The Serengeti Plain is a large geographical area with an area of approximately 30,000 km2. Tanzania is located in the northeastern mountain region, where Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. The mountain is 5,895 m high. The Rubejo Mountains are much lower and have a group of closely connected peaks. The Ngorongoro Crater is the largest full caldera in the world and forms a spectacular bowl with an area of approximately 265 square kilometers and a side length of 600 m. The country borders the largest lakes in Africa, including Lake Nyasa (Lake Malawi), Lake Victoria (Africa's largest lake) and Anyyika (Africa's deepest lake). The Rufiji River is the largest river in Tanzania and flows through most of the southern part of the country. It is formed by the confluence of the Kilombero and Luwegu rivers and flows into the Indian Ocean (the lowest point in Tanzania) approximately 175 miles northeast and east. Its main inflow is Grand Ruaha.
The political map shows the main cities, capital, main roads and neighboring countries.
Tanzania has many attractions to offer its visitors. It is famous for its vast wilderness and wonderful wildlife, which makes it an ideal place for a wildlife safari. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Tanzania, has attracted a lot of attention, but few people recognize the second highest mountain in the country: Mount Meru. In northern Tanzania, near the Kenyan border. Mikumi National Park is part of the so-called Southern Circuit, a collection of famous places in southern Tanzania. Most of the park has flat meadows, making it easy to see animals up close in the distance.