PICTURES FROM TANZANIA
Nepali girls climb Mt. Kilimanjaro
Mrs Maimuna Tarishi, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism with Dr. Ezekiel Dembe of TANAPA met the 7 girls from Nepal who recently climbed Mt Kilimanjaro, in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Maonyesho ya utalii ya cotmm 2013 yamalizika rasmi Beijing China
Balozi wa Tanzania nchini China Philip Marmo (wa pili kushoto) akisalimiana na Mtanzania Egidius Kabitura katika banda la Tanzania kwenye maonyesho ya utalii ya COTMM 2013 yaliyomalizika jana jijini Beijing China. Wengine kutoka kulia ni Naibu Katibu Mkuu Wizara ya Maliasili na Utalii Bi. Nuru Millao na Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Utalii Ibrahim Mussa.
Naibu Katibu Mkuu Wizara ya Maliasili na Utalii Bi. Nuru Millao akisalimiana na mdau wa utalii Henry Ngotty katika banda la Tanzania.
Naibu Katibu Mkuu Wizara ya Maliasili na Utalii Bi. Nuru Millao akisalimiana na wakalimani katika katika banda la Tanzania
Kutoka kulia: Mbunge wa Ngorongoro Mhe. Kaika Telele; Naibu Katibu Mkuu Nuru Millao; Balozi Philip Marmon a Mkurugenzi wa Utalii Ibrahimu Mussa katika banda la Tanzania. Aliyesimama nyuma ni Meneja Huduma za Utalii wa TANAPA Bw. Johnsone Manase.
Wadau katika banda la Tanzania
Balozi Marmo akijadiliana jambo na wageni waliofika katika banda la Tanzania
Mgeni huyu alifurahishwa na vazi la kimasai kutoka kwa Egidius Kabitura na kuamua kupiga naye picha katika banda la Tanzania.
TANAPA staff with Andrew Evans of Digital Nomad of National Geographic of USA at Kibo Palace after descending from Uhuru Peak on 16.12.12. Andrew had visited 9 parks and shared with thousands of people in the world. National Geographic is promoting Tanzanian parks through different medias including social networks (picture by Victor Kentansi)
A belly bridge across Wami River has now shortened the Dar es Salaam-Bagamoyo road to Saadani National Park. Earlier visitors to the Park had to use a longer route via Mandela junction.
The park is gearing up for tourism in the park! (Picture by Dr. Ezekiel Dembe)
A pack of wild dogs recently seen during a hot air balloon flight in Serengeti.
Members of the Board of Trustees enjoying a boat ride to Saanane Island National Park, Mwanza (picture by Dr. Ezekiel Dembe)
Domminique Veranni Colas (51),
Laurence Aclocque (50) and
Roman Soler (28) are disabled tourists climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro through Marangu route for seven days. Started on 10/09/2012, they will discend through Mweka route on16/09/2012. Under determination everything is possible! Everybody can climb Mt. Kilimanjaro.
A tourism working group at Shira Plateau (Shira I) during a field visit in Kilimanjaro National Park.
Panaromic view of the Shira Plateau where you can easily view the Kibo peak, Shira peak and Mount Meru on a clear day. The plateau is a haven for day and summit bound visitors.
Tourists flying Regional Air to Serengeti National Park (picture by Dr Ezekiel Dembe).
Students from Olympus Pre and Primary School of Bunda at Ikoma Gate are visiting Serengeti National Park in 3 buses. Such visits are meant to create awareness to young Tanzanians on our national heritage!! (Picture by Dr. Ezekiel Dembe)
Machame Gate Climbers are preparing to hike Mt. Kilimanjaro through Machame Route (Picture by Erastus T. Lufungulo)
Climbers pitched their tents at Shira Cave while enjoying the scenery of Western side of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the plains of Kitendeni, Sinya and Ngasurai (Picture by Erastus T. Lufungulo)
It is lunch time at the Serengeti Visitor Centre!! Visitors come to this 'must visit place for information, picnicking, shopping, watching wildlife videos and use of restrooms. Park Management have increased the parking space to accommodate more vehicles
(picture by Dr. Ezekiel Dembe)
The Board of Survey (BoS) visited Mikumi National Park and had an opportunity to inspect the on going rehabilitation of the road that will link Mikumi and Selous Game Reserve. The BoS and Park Management drove 112km from Park HQ via Vuma Hill to Mahondo, Pwaga and Lumanga Ranger Posts with ease. This road has been difficult for many years and forced park rangers to use Mikumi-Kidatu road which longer than the one inside the park (picture by Dr. Ezekiel Dembe).
Tourists are increasing in Udzungwa National Park. Some of the tourists staying at TANAPA owned Twiga Hotel enjoying their dinner in the restaurant (picture by Dr. Ezekiel Dembe)
Tourists leaving Ruaha National Park at the busy Msembe airstrip (picture by Dr Ezekiel Dembe)
Group of Buffalos at Katavi National Park
Group of Elephants in Seronera, Serengeti