Feast on uncountable varieties of momos from the home of the cuisine itself at the GoBuzzinga Momo Festival
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We have our fingers crossed for November because that's when Air Tanzania will fly direct flights from Mumbai, India to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The aim of this new flight is to help Indian travellers spend more time in Tanzania. Air Tanzania will reduce the total flight time to six hours, helping travellers to avoid those long connecting flights and pesky layovers. Less travel time means more time in hand to spend exploring the cities, culture and the wildlife in Tanzania. There has been an increase in the number of Indian tourists travelling to Tanzania in the past years. And why not? With Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, sixteen national parks, world's largest game reserve—Selous, 120 tribes that speak one language—Swahili, the great annual migration of wildebeest, Tanzania has so much to offer to the discerning travellers, and soon all these will be just six hours away!
When in Tanzania, listen to the call of wild because believe it or not, that's where the most fun is. This is not only for wildlife enthusiasts but also for those who are always in the look-out for new things while travelling. Trekking up to Mount Kilimanjaro should be on every adventure and thrill seeker's list of things to do and also, the annual migration of animals big and small (the main attraction is the wildebeest migration) from the Tanzanian part of the Serengeti to the Kenyan part, also known as the Masai Maara, and back to Tanzania—everything is big and exciting in Tanzania.
We don't see any reason why Tanzania should not be our next great holiday destination.
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