Lake Victoria Vacation Packages
Lake Victoria isn't the only spot in Tanzania worth experiencing; those with enough time should also rent a vehicle and set off to explore the charms of the surrounding scenery, communities and cultural attractions.
Each place has a specific history and Tanzania has plenty of its own stories to tell. The ruins in these parts provide a great snapshot to the past.
Those adventurous souls searching for some fresh air and thrills should get their heart pumping by signing up for a hiking or rock climbing adventure. Pack a camera and water bottle and join one of the fascinating guided nature walks, wildlife safaris and wildlife spotting tours.
Enjoy the Tanzania food culture by visiting regional restaurants or cafés. Cooks in this area frequently include ugali (maize porridge) and fish in the food they cook. Popular menu items include ugali (cornmeal) and vitumbua (rice cakes), but there are many other interesting dishes to choose from. And no meal is over until you have tried kashata ( made from coconut and ground nuts), a common dessert. If you enjoy sampling the worlds' beers during your travels, try. While you're in Tanzania. This is one of the region's most beloved beers. Have a try of one of the most popular drinks in the Tanzania area; tamamrind nectar.
Wherever you are coming from and no matter how long you stay, wonderful memories of Lake Victoria will remain with you for a long time.
Accommodation in Lake Victoria
Expedia recommends that you secure a hotel room as soon as your dates are confirmed, because Expedia's Lake Victoria hotels guide currently doesn't show a huge range of accommodation.
Lake Victoria accommodations include: the Malaika Beach Resort by Royal Orchid Hotels, Isamilo Lodge, New Mwanza Hotel and Rubondo Island Camp - All Inclusive.