Tanzania :: Tanzania
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Tanzania is situated in East Africa and known for its vast wilderness areas. Some of the plains include the well known Serengeti National Park, it is a safari magnet for tourist, it has the “big five” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), another key tourist park is the Kilimanjaro National Park, it is home to Africa’s highest mountain. Just offshore in Tanzania lies the tropical islands of Zanzibar, with a marine park home to whale sharks and coral reefs.
The capital of Tanzania is Dodoma and currency is Tanzanian shilling.
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As in all towns and villages in Tanzania, there are speed humps before and after each, and one has to reduce speed to 50km/h and the 30km/h. There are also traffic officers who often stop you to see your drivers licence. (Apr-2018)
Fuel price: TZS2,315 p/litre. Diesel price: TZS2,205 p/litre. (Apr-2018).
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“Riaan Marais commented on the T4A Forum: We’re having a big problem with dirty (mixed with anything from water to kerosene) fuel in Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania. The small in-between petrol stations are usually the culprits. We had a dead vehicle in the convoys yesterday because of dirty fuel. Personally, I will only fill up at BP, Total, Engen, Gapco, Oilcom. (28/02/2012)” - Karin Theron, 2012/02/29