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Tanga Cultural Tourism Enterprise /Tanga Tourist Information Center|Tanzania

Tanga, Tanzania
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About Tanga Cultural Tourism Enterprise /Tanga Tourist Information Center|Tanzania
Tanga Cultural Tourism Enterprise (TANGA CTE) It is serving as a facilitator between the local community and tourists in order to dispense the economical profits of Tourism amongst the local population,registration number CTP/REG.012 and approved by Tanzania Tourist Board,the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism.TANGA CTE is owned and Managed byLivan Tanga Times & Investment Company-Tanzania
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charjelier wrote a review Jul 2019
Chilliwack, Canada3 contributions1 helpful vote
Our experience in Tanga and with the Tanga Cultural Tourism Enterprise (CTE) was incredible. Imani, our tour guide, was so welcoming when we arrived. He gave us a brief history of the area and highlighted the different programs and tours offered in the area. The first day we were taken on a walking tour of the city. Not only is it a beautiful city that lies next to the Indian ocean, everyone is so friendly and the streets aren't crazy busy, giving the town a relaxed feel. We tried out some coconut wine at the local bar and then ended the tour at Imani's house, where we were lucky enough to share a meal with him and his family. The next day, we went on a bike tour to the Amboni Caves and the Sulphur Hot Springs. Because Tanga is relatively flat, the bike ride was super relaxing, allowing us to take in the sights and city. The Amboni Caves are absolutely stunning and the tour throughout the cave was filled with humour and information about the caves. The next part of the bike ride was through scenic fields, ending at the vibrant blueish green sulphur spring. Through all of this, Imani taught us so much about each attraction as well as the surrounding area. We went back to Imani's families house for lunch, where we went through the entire process of making pilau. This was definitely a highlight for me. It's a lot of work but the end result is delicious! After lunch, we headed to the museum, where we learned about Tanga's history and the German occupations of the area. We ended the evening off with a bike ride down by the ocean. Tanga is a place that should absolutely be on anyone's list when coming to Tanzania. Imani and the Tanga CTE were incredible and we can't thank them enough for our incredible experience in Tanga.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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