Visiting just one town or city, no matter how popular, usually only offers you a narrow glimpse into the broader rhythms and life-ways of a region. So be sure to savour Tanzania's other cultural and natural attractions.
Spend a few hours exploring Tanzania's craft workshops. These are excellent spots to hang out, particularly when the weather is less than perfect.
Visitors searching for outdoor thrills shouldn't miss the chance to get their fix by signing up for a mountain climbing or rock climbing adventure. For those who like to get wet, include some watersports in your itinerary. Sailing is popular with the locals and another great outdoor sport is scuba diving.
The culinary arts are an integral part of any culture and a great way to get to know an area. Among the many ingredients commonly used here are ugali (maize porridge) and fish. No journey through this region is complete without tasting ugali (cornmeal) and vitumbua (rice cakes). Tanzania is also the perfect place to enjoy kashata ( made from coconut and ground nuts). If you enjoy a nice cold beer or two, see what you think of tusker beer. It's widely available in Tanzania. Taste a tamamrind nectar, an alcohol-free Tanzania beverage that is very common in this region.
There is no doubt that Tanzania an extremely special place that you will linger in your memories for a lifetime.