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Dar es Salaam, the country's capital, lies 260 miles to the east of Iringa.
Get to know the area's history with a visit to Isimila Stone Age Site.
Only here for a few days? Check out Ruaha National Park for something local.
Tanzania offers a variety of fun ways to take in its alluring landscapes. Those who don't stay seated for too long might like to try rock climbing or mountain climbing.
Fill your lungs with fresh air and let your worries drift away as you try out some of the area's more peaceful activities, such as bird watching or wildlife watching.
Looking to do something different? Guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris are recommended ways to experience the region.
Water activities are a much-loved pastime here. Take the plunge and go swimming or snorkeling because and you'll definitely have a blast.
Take in some local culture at some of the region's inspiring craft workshops.
Keeping your eyes peeled for an outdoor activity that will please the whole family? This region boasts some lovely open-air markets.
If you're not already a history nerd, you probably will be after touring the region's fascinating ruins, traditional villages and archeological sites.
Trying out traditional cuisine is about more than just sustenance. It's a window into a region's personality.
You mightn't have paid much heed to the intricacies of ugali (maize porridge) and fish before, but you're sure to be an expert on these popular ingredients by the end of the trip!
Follow the locals' lead and try ugali (cornmeal) and vitumbua (rice cakes).
Once the main course is done and over with, treat yourself to some mouthwatering kashata ( made from coconut and ground nuts).
If beer is what you're after, head down to a local watering hole and ask the bartender to pull you the region's best. If they know their stuff, you'll be served up a pint of tusker beer.
If you're not much of a drinker, tamamrind nectar is a good choice.
Being here on the 26th of April will give you a front-row seat for Union Day.
Tanzania is a bewitching place that will linger in your memories forever. This may make leaving hard, but just remember that you can always come back!
When it's time to head to the airport, you might like to know that Julius Nyerere International Airport is 250 miles to the east.