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Livan Tanga Times & Investment Company-Tanzania

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Tanga, Tanzania
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About Livan Tanga Times & Investment Company-Tanzania
We provide various kinds of Transportation Services, Tour Operation, Promotion (Periodicals, Journals & Newspaper publications), Hospitality Training, and Product/Route development in the United Republic of Tanzania.
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6 Days KilimanjaroTrekking via Machame Route

Machame is an area on the south-western slope of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Historically, she was in 1889 referred by Hans Meyer as a great African giant,[1] also the largest and most populous of all the Chagga states in Kilimanjaro,[2] whose ruler as early as 1849 was reckoned as a giant African king with influence extending throughout all Chagga states except Rombo.[3] By the 1860s, a German explorer Von der Decken (popularly known to the Chagga as Baroni), presented Machame as a confederation of western Chagga states comprising Narumu, Kindi, Kombo, to as far as the Western end of Kibongoto, each with their own chiefs under the king of Machame.[4] ‘Baroni’ observed that by that time only two of the Chagga states had some autonomy from the king of Machame, namely, Lambongo (later Kibosho under powerful chief Sina) and Kilema. The rapid and certain disintegration of its influence over other Chagga states after an atrocious attack and her subsequent subjugation by Sina of Kibosho.
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6 days
from $2,256.42

3 Days 2 Night West Usambara Mountains

The Usambara Mountains. Are home to an unspoiled tropical forest that is rare in East Africa and of great ecological interest. The valuable ecology of the Usambara is seeking increasing protection by conservation organizations and some donor countries like Norway.

The tropical forests are home to endemic bird species including the Naduk eagle owl (Bubo vosseleri), the Usambara Akalat (Sheppardia montana), Amani sunbird, green-headed oriole, southern banded snake eagle and the Usambara weaver (Ploceus nicolli).

In addition to learning about the conservation needs of this mountain range and doing some spectacular birding, there are ample opportunities for hiking with stunning viewpoints over the forested mountains.
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3 days
from $769.24
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