"I found that Tanzania had a..." Tanzania Off The Beaten Path Tip by Imbri

Tanzania Off The Beaten Path: 47 reviews and 62 photos

I found that Tanzania had a lot less tourists than some of the other countries I visited. We often
went weeks at a time without meeting another foreigner. The exception to this is Stone Town, on Zanzibar Island.
Prices there are higher, and there are many tourists wandering the streets. But that doesn?t
change the fact that Zanzibar is a fabulous, friendly place with a sleepy, laidback atmosphere! It?s
definitely worth going, and there was enough there that I was sad to be leaving after a week and a
Getting off the beaten path (oh, how I <i>hate</i> that pretentious-sounding term, but I don't know how else to put it!) is very easy. Just open your eyes and your heart and take a few steps away from the 'must-see' places. Less than an hour from Stone Town, I had the honour of participating in one of the most amazing and memorable experiences of my life. You can read about it in my travelogue, <a href='http://www.virtualtourist.com/m/.143217/article/58/5/?s=K'>Karibu Kizimbani</a>.

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  • Written Aug 25, 2002
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