Tanzania
Presentation of Letters of Credentials for the new Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania in

Mr. Philip S. Marmo, the Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania in Germany, – who is also accredited to Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary -, presented his letters of credentials to President Joachim Gauk on the 13th January 2014. ambasador marmo presenting credentials germany 2014
The diplomat Philip S. Marmo was nominated by President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete as Ambassador to the Republic of Germany last year. On the group picture are the ambassador together with offcials from the Embassy of Tanzania in Germany as well as officials from presidents office.

 
Welcome - Karibu!
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the official WEBSITE of the Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in Berlin.
This WEBSITE is intended to serve as a continuous source of information on Tanzania as a country of unfolding and unlimited opportunities for business, investment, tourism and for those interested in Tanzania in general.

Welcoming Remarks by H.E. Philip S. Marmo
Tanzania is currently reforming its economy and restructuring its institutions. Together with these economic reforms are the necessary political reforms aimed at making the management of economic reforms effective. As a result of these reforms, a solid macro economic foundation has been laid down upon which a stable environment for the growth and expansion of the economy is taking place. ... more

The ongoing economic reforms and institutional restructuring are the basis of the current favourable business environment in Tanzania. Liberalisation of the economy has opened many opportunities for both local and foreign firms in the export and import business as well as in other related business activities

 Export Processing Zones (EPZ)

Tanzania is basically a producer of tropical agricultural commodities for its export trade. Imports are basically machinery, oil and related products, as well as, manufactures. ... more

Tourist's sites in Tanzania are indeed God sent gifts. Visitors to Tanzania do not only encounter the overwhelming force of nature but also enjoy a serene contact with it.

Mikumi National Park

They observe it and feel it at work in almost all the national parks and game reserves. Mountain climbers can also have a field training trying to reach the top of the highest mountain in Africa. For beach lovers, the palms on the sandy beaches of marking the western shores of the Indian Ocean do offer the peace and comfort for relaxation, while the Indian Ocean offers all sorts of opportunities ranging from swimming, angling, sailing and other water sports, as well as the opportunity to view its treasures, the colourful living and non-living resources. All this can be enjoyed in welcoming atmosphere of the friendly and hospitable Tanzanians. ... more

 

Tanzania Voted the Best Safari Country of Africa

THE NETHERLANDS - SafariBookings.com conducted an in-depth analysis of 3,061 reviews of safari tourists and acclaimed experts and concluded that both have voted Tanzania as the best safari country of Africa.

Over the past two years a distinctive SafariBookings taskforce searched for those who have been on safari and invited them to write a review. As a result, over 1,000 people from 53 nationalities wrote more than 2,300 user reviews.

To complement these user reviews, reputable guidebook authors -working for Lonely Planet, Rough Guides, Frommer's, Bradt and Footprint- teamed up in the SafariBookings Expert Panel and wrote 756 expert reviews.

The overall average rating of Tanzania in both the user and expert reviews is 4.8 out of 5 stars: the highest score of all 8 major safari countries.

Full article:   Tanzania Voted the Best Safari Country of Africa