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If you have never visited Tanzania Babati Town Attractions, here is your chance. Allow us to guide you to all the best of Babati area attractions. Few people I know have ever visited tourist places in Babati area but I want to assure you that, no place in Babati area has no attractions.

This area in Tanzania has some world famous natural attractions . They include Mining, Tourism, Agriculture, Fishing and Forestry which are the most lucrative economic sectors. You can take your pick from various options available which can suit yourself.

Tanzania is also considered to be the friendliest nation in the world because of its warm locales.

You must visit Managhat village, original home of the Gorowa tribe, to see dairy farming activities, farming with ox ploughs, a bio-gas system, local Gorowa huts and optionally a Killer Bee-keeping project at the bottom of Mount Kwaraa.

Don’t miss a walk to Managhat village and climb Bambaay Hill from where you see beautiful Rift Valley landscape with Lake Babati and Lake Manyara and the Maasai Steppe to the east.

Culture tour near babati Town. This tour enables you to mix with the Barbaig tribals and gain cultural insight on their marriage procedures, burial rites, local taboos, way of making ornaments and goatskin dresses, and their daily activities. Try to herd cattle or fetch water the Barbaig way and take pictures with them.

If you are interested in bird watching, 400 bird species will welcome you on your walks in the area.


The Serengeti, Northern Tanzania The Serengeti National Park offers the absolute classic African safari setting.

Mount Kilimanjaro, Northern Tanzania Africa is known as one of the best destinations for adventure travel, and what can be more adventurous than hiking up the world's tallest free-standing mountain?

Zanzibar, East CoastZanzibar is one of Tanzania's top destinations because of its fascinating past and its incredible beaches.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Northern Tanzania The Ngorongoro Conservation area borders the Serengeti in northern Tanzania and includes the world's largest crater which acts as a natural enclosure for almost every species of wildlife found in East Africa.

b>The Selous, Southern Tanzania The Selous is Africa's largest reserve, a world heritage site, and not as crowded as the Serengeti.

Mahale Mountains, Western Tanzania Mahale was the research base for a team of Japanese anthropologists for several decades.

Tarangire National Park, Northen Tanzania Tarangire is a popular day trip for those following a standard northern safari itinerary, but its baobab dotted landscape and numerous dry river beds are worth much more time.

Katavi, Western Tanzania Katavi has all the credentials of being a top wildlife destination in Africa. It is teeming with animals, beautiful and unspoiled.

Ruaha National Park, Southern Tanzania Ruaha is remote, large, and full of wildlife -- especially elephants. There are also lions, cheetah, leopard, lots of kudu and almost every other African mammal you'd like to see.

Mafia Island, East Coast (Indian OceanWith less than 1000 visitors per year, Mafia Island is an undiscovered Tanzanian gem. It has a rich history, and a strong Swahili culture unspoilt by tourism.

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