While on safari in Tanzania there is something to do for all ages; you can either go snorkelling or scuba diving off the coasts of mainland Tanzania and the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia; climb the highest peak in Africa; visit a cultural village to learn about the fascinating Maasai; go fishing in ancient freshwater lakes; or discover the unique wilderness areas where huge herds of animals can be seen. And these are only a few of the options mentioned for visitors to experience!'KARIBU' is Swahili for 'welcome', and is the first friendly word most visitors will hear on arriving in Tanzania. Situated in East Africa, bordering Kenya and Uganda, Tanzania is legendary for its wildlife, mountains, sandy white beaches, friendly people and political stability.